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Law Clerk Program - Economic Justice Project
Law students with a strong commitment to public interest and social justice advocacy to help provide comprehensive legal services to the poor will be considered. Under the supervision of organization's staff attorneys, law clerks will have the opportunity to build cases from the ground-up, including conducting client interviews; initial case assessments; obtaining discovery and other evidence; preparing clients for trials; writi...
Volunteer Law Clerk, Detention Project
The law clerk will with the support of other members of the legal team, assist attorneys in litigating precedent-setting cases in trial courts and on appeal, including developing litigation strategy, managing relationships with co-counsel, performing legal research, and drafting briefs. Will investigate and develop potential new cases, including corresponding with and meeting with potential clients, finding and reviewing records, and ...
Law Clerks – Summer 2017
Law clerks will work closely with attorneys for ten weeks on projects impacting low-income children and youth. Should demonstrate interest in protecting the rights of low-income children and youth. Under the mentorship of their supervising attorneys, clerks will research novel issues within youth law, write legal and policy memoranda, assist in ongoing litigation and legislative efforts, and respond to community requests for assistance.
Law Clerks – Spring 2017
The candidate should have strong commitment to social justice. In particular, applicants should demonstrate interest in protecting the rights of low-income children and youth. Under the mentorship of their supervising attorneys, clerks will research novel issues within youth law, write legal and policy memoranda, and assist in ongoing litigation and legislative efforts.
Deadline: November 1, 2016.
The interns work under direct attorney supervision - interviewing clients, obtaining medical evidence, submitting required forms, writing persuasive letters, and drafting appellate briefs. Interns will have a caseload, write a brief for an ALJ hearing, and have plenty of client contact. Should be comfortable working with mentally ill people. Law students are considered.
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Volunteer Internship, School Year
The interns will work in the Legal division. Should have an interest in working on civil rights investigations and litigation. Practice areas include employment, housing and public accommodation discrimination and hate violence. The Legal Division files administrative accusations and civil complaints, and prosecutes violations before the Fair Employment and Housing Commission and in civil court.
The interns help in all areas of the Representative's office including administrative work. Student experiences include: administrative support, legislative research, constituent services, policy research, and correspondence. Law students are considered.
Application Deadline: May
School-Year Legal Internship (Law Clerk)
The law students get an opportunity to gain a first-hand education in transgender law through providing direct legal assistance to transgender community members and their families, assisting with litigation, conducting legal research and writing, and educating community members about their rights. Will assist in drafting first-line responses to legal questions from transgender community members and their families. Assist in drafting...
Law Clerk Program - Spring 2017
Clerks will conduct legal research and writing. May prepare legal memos, assist with brief writing, prepare filings, investigate new cases and draft official policy comments. May observe court arguments or attend agency hearings.
Spring Legal Intern
The legal interns work under the direct supervision of the executive director and full-time staff attorneys leading the three program priorities: ending racial and religious profiling, strengthening the Muslim charitable sector, and countering anti-Muslim hate. Perform legal research and write on topics, including civil rights, executive power, finance and accounting. Assist with drafting briefs, discovery requests and responses, and correspondence in c...