Spring 2019 Law Clerk Openings

Law Clerks at Legal Aid Center work closely with the supervising attorney in their chosen practice area, listed below.  Legal Aid Center law clerks work to help low income and vulnerable people in our community, gaining practical, hands on experience through intake interviews, client meetings, and court hearings with staff attorneys either at our main office, or direct customer contact at one of our Self-Help Centers. Law clerks at the main office also draft pleadings and research new areas of law. Law clerks have the opporunity to learn more about other areas of practice within Legal Aid Center through an “out of area” experience during their semester.

Children's Atttorneys Project - law clerk

Children's Attorneys Project, Education Advocacy Program - law clerk

Consumer Rights Project - law clerk

Consumer Rights Project, Guardianship Advocacy Program - law clerk

Consumer Rights Project, Intake - law clerk

Consumer Rights Project, Bankruptcy - law clerk

Family Justice Project - law clerk

Family Justice Project, Immigration Advocacy Program - law clerk

Civil Law Self-Help Center - law clerk

Family Law Self-Help Center - law clerk

 Other opportunities