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ProfileLaw Clerks - Sacramento Legislation and Public Information Unit â€“ Winter The candidate in the Legislation and Public Information unit will carry a diverse workload which will help develop traditional legal skills and skills in working with the legislature and government agencies. Law clerks will also gain substantive knowledge regarding the systems and laws affecting the lives of individuals with disabilities. Will have the opportunity to draft: Analyses of legislation; Initial position statements and letters on legislation; Amendments to legislation; Language for sponsored legislation; legislative hearing testimony; Comments on proposed regulatory actions. Law clerks will also Conduct legal research; Coordinate legislative advocacy with partners in the community; Perform Other duties as assigned. Clerks work approximately 12 weeks per term. Clerks are expected to work 12 to 15 hours per week.
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Disability Rights California
1831 K Street
Sacramento, CA 95811-4114