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Volunteer Law Students **

Company name

Organization Type

Public Interest

Job Type

Law Student

Date Last Verified

Sep 13, 2021

Valid Through

Dec 27, 2021

Posted on

Jan 16, 2018

Location

Colorado Springs, CO, United States

Employment Type

Full-time

Industry

Legal
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Volunteer Law Students
The students will work with the Cortez Family Law Clinic that provides low-income clients from the 22nd JD (Montezuma and Dolores Counties) with advice on family law issues, including help with both new and post-decree family law cases. This includes assistance with divorce, APRs, modifications to parenting orders and child support, enforcement of child support through judgement, garnishment of wages or income reassignment, and motions to relocate. This clinic is the last Tuesday of each month from 4:00-7:00 pm, with drop-in from 4:00 to 5:00, and pre-set appointments from 5:00 to 7:00 pm. This clinic is ideal for a law student who wants to volunteer and wants to learn more about court form preparation, but is not able to commit to a consistent time, or to travel to a specific location.

Additional info

Submit completed application and resume.

Company info

Jennifer Cuesta
Colorado Legal Services
1905 Sherman Street
Suite 400
Denver, CO 80203
Phone: 303-866-9384
Fax: 303-866-9302

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