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2017 Gillis Long Public Service Awards At Loyola University New Orleans, the motto is “men and women with and for others.” Service and social justice are part of the university mission. On April 25, the Gillis Long Poverty Law Center … Continue reading
Below is a partial list of job databases for students and graduates looking for jobs. Note, some of these are general databases, not public interest focused. Public Service Jobs Directory Database for public service legal careers. Indeed Public interest attorney … Continue reading
Southern Poverty Law Center is hiring! Please see the job announcements below: SPLC SIFI Direct Services Attorney.Lumpkin.GA SPLC SIFI Lead Attorney.Lumpkin.GASPLC SIFI Project Coordinator.Ocilla.GASPLC SIFI Lead Attorney.Ocilla.GASPLC SIFI Direct Services Attorney.Ocilla.GA
The Lawyers’ Committee is pleased to announced that it is seeking applicants for the 2018-2019 George N. Lindsay Fellowship and the 2017-2019 Jerry Shestack Justice Fellowship. We are also seeking applicants for sponsorship for the 2018-2020 Skadden, Soros Justice, and … Continue reading
ABA Center for Innovation-Microsoft NextGen Fellow March 14, 2017 The ABA Center for Innovation and Microsoft are excited to announce a unique new fellowship opportunity for recent law school graduates. The inaugural ABA Center for Innovation-Microsoft NextGen Fellow will … Continue reading
Congratulations to former Gillis Long Summer Intern, Morgan Moone! Morgan recently accepted a fellowship with Refugee Solidarity Network! She is now fundraising to support her expenses in Turkey. Learn more at https://www.fundedjustice.com/RefugeeAid?utm_campaign=share-campaign&utm_medium=email&utm_source=03-2017.
The Loyola University New Orleans College of Law & the Gillis Long Poverty Law Center will co-sponsor on Saturday a warrant clinic that allows people with warrants for traffic and municipal court or outstanding fines and fees to clear their … Continue reading
The Immigrant Defense Project (IDP) and the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) have prepared a toolkit (Defend Against ICE Raids and Community Arrests) to protect communities. For more information and to download the toolkit, please visit http://www.immdefense.org/raids-toolkit/.
Major Terrance J. Reese USMC manages and provides professional development to all the 500 plus lawyers in the US Marine Corps. A 2005 graduate of Loyola Law, Major Reese is Deputy Branch Head of Plans and Innovations for the USMC. … Continue reading
Visit the Louisiana State Bar Association’s website for more information on this CLE opportunity.