Job Details

Summer Legal Internships **

Company name

Legal Services For Children

Organization Type

Public Interest

Job Type

Law Student


San Francisco, CA

Date Last Verified

Feb 01,2018

Posted on

Jan 25,2018
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Summer Legal Internships Interns will be responsible for conducting intake interviews with callers. Will assist our staff attorneys with all aspects of client representation, including: Client interviews, Legal research and writing, Drafting of declarations and other pleadings, Attendance at court hearings, Engaging in advocacy and education efforts. Assist staff with outreach to underserved youth populations, such as queer youth, homeless youth, immigrant youth, young women, and youth involved in the juvenile justice system. Will provide close supervision to each intern. In addition to weekly supervision meetings between the intern and supervising attorney, interns are provided with a series of training seminars on legal and social work issues affecting children and youth. Law students (going into their 2nd or 3rd year of law school) are welcome. Duration: 10 weeks Deadlines: December 15

Additional info

Send a resume, cover letter, and writing sample.

Company info

Catherine Seitz
Legal Director
Legal Services For Children
1254 Market Street, Third Floor
San Francisco, CA 94102-4801

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