Job Details

Public Benefits Law Clerk Summer **

Company name

Homeless Persons Representation Project, Inc.

Organization Type

Public Interest

Job Type

Law Student

Date Last Verified

Jun 26,2018

Posted on

Jan 18,2018

Location

Baltimore, MD
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Public Benefits Law Clerk Summer 2018 The candidate will assist its public benefits attorneys in the Baltimore City office. Responsibilities include: Legal research and writing, including assisting with motions practice at the Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH) and any appeals to the Circuit Court; Assist attorney with hearing/trial preparation; Client interviews; Maintain client files; Communication with clients, department of social services, courts, and partner agencies; Conduct outreach sessions at shelters, soup kitchens and government agency offices; Assist attorney with legal rights presentations. Must have: Excellent research, writing, and legal analysis skills; Good communication and collaboration skills; Ability and/or interest in working with clients who have low or no income and who lack stable housing.

Additional info

Submit cover letter, resume, writing sample and list of two school references.

Company info

Karen Wabeke
Homeless Persons Representation Project, Inc.
300 Cathedral Street
Baltimore, MD 21201

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