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Everett Fellowship

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Public Interest

Fayetteville, NC, United States

Everett Fellowship

Attorney

Full-time

No

Everett Fellowship
The Fellowship offers one-year staff attorney positions for recent law school graduates who are committed to serving low-income North Carolinians in rural areas. Will be responsible for handling a general caseload in the traditional areas of poverty law practice on behalf of clients who live in rural areas. Types of cases usually involve housing, employment, consumer, domestic and/or public benefits. The Fellows begin their service every year in September, after they have graduated law school and passed the N.C. Bar Exam. Fellows are selected based on their legal abilities and demonstrated commitment to social justice. Must be dedicated to making the legal system responsive to those who have been marginalized by both poverty and geography. Must be ready to accept the challenging and rewarding tasks of a full-fledged attorney who serves rural communities. Law students must be a 3L to apply.

Submit a resume, cover letter indicating fellowship preference, writing sample, and references.

Legal

May 04, 2023
Jan 19, 2023
Mar 01, 2021
Company info

Hiring Coordinator
Legal Aid of North Carolina
327 Dick Street
Suite 103
Fayetteville, NC 28301


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Public Interest

Attorney

Full-time

Legal

Jan 19, 2023

May 04, 2023

Mar 01, 2021

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Everett Fellowship
The Fellowship offers one-year staff attorney positions for recent law school graduates who are committed to serving low-income North Carolinians in rural areas. Will be responsible for handling a general caseload in the traditional areas of poverty law practice on behalf of clients who live in rural areas. Types of cases usually involve housing, employment, consumer, domestic and/or public benefits. The Fellows begin their service every year in September, after they have graduated law school and passed the N.C. Bar Exam. Fellows are selected based on their legal abilities and demonstrated commitment to social justice. Must be dedicated to making the legal system responsive to those who have been marginalized by both poverty and geography. Must be ready to accept the challenging and rewarding tasks of a full-fledged attorney who serves rural communities. Law students must be a 3L to apply.

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Submit a resume, cover letter indicating fellowship preference, writing sample, and references.

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
Legal Aid of North Carolina
327 Dick Street
Suite 103
Fayetteville, NC 28301

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