Job Details

2018 Summer Law Clerk **

Company name

Legal Services of South Central Michigan

Organization Type

Public Interest

Job Type

Law Student

Location

Ann Arbor, MI

Date Last Verified

Feb 16,2018

Posted on

Dec 08,2017
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2018 Summer Law Clerk The candidate will work under the supervision of our staff attorneys on all aspects of our work. Depending on the office, a law clerk’s work may include conducting client interviews, drafting pleadings, legal research, appearing in court hearings under the Michigan student practice rule, assessing legal problems, conveying legal advice through oral and written communication, conducting outreach to migrant labor camps, conducting educational seminars for clients and migrant agency staff, legal research and writing related to individual cases and broader policy issues, legislative tracking and analysis, and other systemic advocacy projects in one or more poverty law areas (housing, public benefits, consumer, foreclosure, and family law). Must have at least one year of law school completed by June 2018. It is helpful if applicants have experience working with low-income persons and a commitment to assisting underserved populations. Application Deadline: 02/28/2018.

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Send cover letter, application form, resume and cover letter.

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
Legal Services of South Central Michigan
420 North Fourth Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48104-1197

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