Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada’s Consumer Rights Project helps people who cannot afford an attorney fight back against economic predators. We represent consumers trapped by payday loans, people left without transportation due to illegal repossessions, victims of unlawful car sales or bad mechanics, homeowners on the verge of losing their homes, and the elderly or disabled being victimized by guardians or family.
This position is for current Law School Students only. The Consumer Rights Project is looking for law clerks who have a passion for justice and fairness. Our law clerks work closely with attorneys and clients – they prepare pleadings and research memos, interview clients and present cases at case review, attend hearings if schedules permit, learn how to evaluate cases, and get hands-on experience helping people enforce their legal rights. The time commitment is a minimum of 15 hours per week under public interest grants if applicable, or at the pay rate of $18.00 per hour. Please note that this is an in person position.