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Summer Associate Internship
The candidate will be given a unique insight into how the firm operates, working closely with internal and external clients on live projects. This program is open to students currently working towards an advanced degree such as an MBA, JD, MD, or LLM and is usually undertaken during the second or penultimate year of study.
Disability Law Project Clerkship, Summer 2017
The Project seeks 2L students to assist in the representation of individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities in a wide range of cases including guardianship, disability-based discrimination, access to health care including long term services and supports, and special education. The clerks will assist project attorneys in their case work, including legal research and writing, reviewing and analyzing documents, and in...
Housing Discrimination Law Project Clerkship, Summer 2017
The clerk will assist with housing discrimination cases. The clerk will have the opportunity to do research and writing and assist in interviewing clients, investigating and preparing cases for trial. May also have the opportunity to represent a client, with supervision, in an administrative hearing. There may be an opportunity to work on cases or research where the basis of discrimination is gender identity, receip...
Clerkships may include client and witness intake and interviews, bail review, discovery analysis, legal research and writing, analysis of evidence, motion practice, and assisting with plea agreements, trial preparation and sentencing argument preparation. All work is supervised by public defender staff attorneys.
Elder Law Clerkship, Summer 2017
The Senior Citizens Law Project and the Medicare Advocacy Project seek a 1L or 2L student to assist in the representation of seniors in a wide range of cases, both direct service and impact litigation, including housing issues, consumer law, and health care issues, particularly Medicaid and Medicare. The student will assist project attorneys in their case work, including legal research and writing, reviewing and analyzing documents and medi...
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The candidate will perform tax-related tasks including tax compliance and advisory services to a variety of clients including partnerships, corporations and S-corporations, from Fortune 100 to emerging businesses. Participate in a full spectrum of assignments and receive hands-on experience in a collegial environment. Work as part of a multi-disciplinary team to develop and sustain excellent client relationships. Keep up-to-date on current tax practices. Candida...
The intern will work on a broad array of cutting-edge legal issues and technology trends. Will gain experience in a wide variety of practice areas while supporting internal client base by providing legal and business guidance to internal clients. Drive projects designed to enhance the department's ability to carry out mission of providing excellent client service while enabling the business to develop and sell products in a legally appropriate manner. Should b...
The students will join an organization committed to the use and promotion of peaceful dispute resolution.
Areas of Law: Civil Rights, Community Development, Consumer, Dispute Resolution, Special Education, Vocational Rehabilitation, Lemon Law, Agricultural, Workplace, Small Claims, Family Court
Hours for Pro Bono Opportunities: Evenings, Monday-Friday 9 am - 5 pm
The students will join an organization that provides high quality, effective legal representation and assistance to indigent prisoners, to help them to secure their civil and human rights and to advocate for more humane prisons and for a more humane criminal justice system.
Areas of Law: Civil Rights, Disability, Family and Juvenile, Health, HIV/AIDS, Immigration and Naturalization, Prisoners, immigration- specifically removal defense, and mental health
Law Students, Summer Semester
The students could work in the following areas of law: Disability Advocacy; Domestic Violence and Matrimonial Law; Housing; Eviction Defense; Foreclosure and many more. Students will receive direct supervision from an attorney, develop networking contacts, and research and writing skills. Law students may do: client intake and interaction, research, drafting letters and court documents, calling witnesses and otherwise developing cases. Student...