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Internship Program, Summer 2018 The intern will work in the Welfare Law Unit. The students handle or assist with direct representation of families and individuals wrongfully denied subsistence cash, child care, education and training, and food stamp benefits; to help investigate and document the problems faced by individual clients relevant to our systemic advocacy; and, depending on strategy decisions and timing, to provide litigation support. Help with legislative work also may be needed, such as working with clients on testimony, investigating cases to work up as compelling examples for legislators, and assisting with such activities as lobby days at the State House. Courses in Administrative Law and Welfare Law are helpful. Spanish fluency is extremely desired.
Ref. #: 2018 Summer Internship Program. Send resume and cover letter.
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