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- Career Opportunity: Massachusetts Law Reform Institute, Racial Equity & Justice Attorney
- Career Opportunity: Southeast Louisiana Legal Services, Domestic Violence Project Staff Attorney
- Summer Internship Opportunity: Kids in Need of Defense (KIND)
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- OPD Needs Volunteer Attorneys!
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Root & Rebound Seeks Summer 2020 Law Clerks in California and South Carolina Root & Rebound (R&R) is a national reentry and advocacy organization that addresses racial, economic, and social inequities within the criminal justice system and the reentry process … Continue reading
Administrative Assistant – Louisiana State Bar Association’s Access to Justice Department SUMMARY OF POSITION: Assists the Louisiana State Bar Association’s Access to Justice Department by providing administrative support in all phases of department projects, the operation of the Access to … Continue reading
The American Bar Association is accepting applications for the ABA Law Practice Division (LP) Fellowship. ABA Law Practice Division (LP) Fellowship is a rare opportunity to set yourself on a path to leadership by becoming engaged in LP activities and raise your … Continue reading
The Torture Abolition and Survivors Support Coalition (TASSC International), located in Washington, DC, seeks a licensed attorney to represent asylum applicants and lead outreach efforts to other DC organizations in an effort to educate more DC residents about the asylum … Continue reading
The mission of the Peggy Browning Fund (PBF) is to educate law students about the rights and needs of workers. Since our first Summer Fellowship Program in 1998, the prestige of a Peggy Browning Fellowship has become widely recognized. Students … Continue reading
The New Orleans Workers’ Center for Racial Justice’s legal department seeks Spanish speaking volunteers to assist in trial preparation. The New Orleans Workers’ Center for Racial Justice (NOWCRJ) defends the bedrock constitutional, civil, and labor rights of immigrant workers and … Continue reading
Loyola’s long history of fostering well-rounded students devoted to serving others continues at the College of Law. Each spring, the Gillis Long Poverty Law Center invites members of the Loyola community to submit nominations for the prestigious Public Service Awards. … Continue reading