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Legal Internship, Summer 2018 The intern will work with the Working Families Project Group and serve as Laurel Rubin Farmworker Justice Intern. Will support litigation and policy efforts to improve wages and work conditions in concert with farmworker groups engaged in self-organizing, and to address systemic civil rights issues for immigrants in farmworker communities. Engage in investigation, legal research and writing and community outreach, primarily to labor camps. Should be committed to advancing systemic advocacy on behalf of low-income communities. Must have dependable computer skills in word processing and legal research. Should speak Spanish. Note: This is a funded position - $6,000 stipend. Application Deadline: February 15
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