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Volunteer Legal Intern
Interns will assist in litigation, public policy and advocacy initiatives. Depending on the project and the office location, interns gain hands on experience working with clients, in the courts and in the legislature.
Legal Clerk I
The candidate will be responsible to provide clerical support to Legal Processing and Litigation teams. Must have good organizational skills including the ability to sort according to alphabetical and numerical sequences. Should have ability to pick up files from shelves, desk, and floor and transfer to cart. Must have ability to wheel loaded file cart between file locations.
Law Internship Program
Intern will gain experience in legal research and criminal law. Students can earn academic credit through Albany Law School or any participating institution. Law students work on a variety of criminal defense research projects, and participate in the preparation of case summaries for company's publications and databases. During the summer, law student interns are eligible to work along with staff and observe company's Basic Trial Skills Program for n...
Intern will work on brutality, disciplinary and medical neglect cases. Will handle: Legal Research, Observing Court Proceedings, Interviewing Witnesses, Settlement Negotiations, Pre-Trial Discovery, Appellate Advocacy, Correspondence, Trial Practice, Drafting Documents, Administrative Advocacy, Outreach. Areas of Practice Exposure will include: Employment, Public Benefits, Domestic Violence, Housing, Disability Rights, Environmental Justice, Civil Rights,...
Interns will be exposed to a broad range of human rights and tribal governance issues. Will handle: Legal Research, Observing Court Proceedings, Interviewing Witnesses, Settlement Negotiations, Pre-Trial Discovery, Appellate Advocacy, Correspondence, Trial Practice, Drafting Documents, Lobbying and Legislative Advocacy. Areas of Practice Exposure will include: Employment, Public Benefits, Domestic Violence, Housing, Disability Rights, Environmental Justic...
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Special Education/SSI for Children Law Clerk - Fall
The law clerk with assist in Special Education and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) cases for children. Will be responsible for drafting letters to clients, conducting client interviews and contacting clients, sending and following up on record requests, assessing and outlining documents received, organizing files and preparing folders for hearing, and researching and writing legal memos, briefs, etc. Should be a curren...
Unemployment / Social Security Law Clerk - Fall
The law clerk will be responsible for conducting client interviews and contacting clients, requesting medical records, assisting clients with SSI/SSD applications, and researching applicable law. Will also accompany attorneys to court hearings. Should be a current law student with commitment to providing legal services to the poor. Excellent research and writing skills are needed. Prior relevant experience in legal services t...
Housing/Foreclosure Law Clerk – Fall
Responsibilities: Assist staff attorneys with landlord/tenant and foreclosure cases. Assist with completing intakes for tenants who sign up and would work with court personnel to ensure that tenants who sign up are screened for eligibility. Assist with work that needs to be done with the clients after the initial court work has concluded. Responsible for drafting pleadings, conducting client interviews and contacting clients, case dev...
Disability Advocacy Project Law Clerk - Fall
The law clerk will work 10-12 hours a week. Job responsibilities include: calling clients and medical providers; legal research and writing; document review and analysis; drafting various legal documents and letters; assisting staff attorneys in hearing preparation; and attending client interviews and hearings. Should have excellent research and writing skills, attention to detail, and the ability to work independently.