Check Out These Positions Open to Recent Grads, Post-Grads, and Current Law Students: Early February Deadlines

Attention 3Ls and Recent Grads!  King County Bar Association Seeking Volunteer Legal Services Coordinator, Deadline 2/5

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Work as a member of the Pro Bono Services team at the King County Bar Association, and manage the VLS program including program development, daily operations, and community outreach. This position is responsible for placing cases for ongoing representation with volunteer attorneys in priority legal subject areas, overseeing public education programs (currently Make Change!), and supporting the Bailey Boushay Wills Clinic.

For a full description of the job position, please download here.

Applications will be accepted through February 5, 2014.

Attention Recent Grads!  SCLC Seeking Development Coordinator, Position Available Immediately

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The Seattle Community Law Center (SCLC) is a specialty civil legal aid organization that provides accessible legal advocacy to people living with physical and mental disabilities so that they may obtain the resources necessary to overcome barriers to financial and medical stability. We further our mission through targeted advocacy projects that help people with Social Security disability issues.

SCLC is seeking to hire a passionate Development Coordinator to stand with us as we work with people who are living with disabilities and fighting for their economic and medical security. We are seeking an inclusive team player to accelerate the organization’s fundraising success and public presence through the development and implementation of a strategic and targeted development and communication plan. The Development Coordinator will be chiefly responsible for coordinating our delivery on key fundraising strategies to achieve the short-term
and long‐term goals of the mission.

For a full description and instructions on how to apply, click here.  This position is available immediately.

Attention 1Ls, 2Ls, and 3Ls!  World Bank Seeks Law Student Public Interest Fellow in DC, Deadline 2/7

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The World Bank Group’s Integrity Vice Presidency (INT) offers qualified law students with funded summer-public-interest fellowships the opportunity to work with INT’s Investigations Unit and Special Litigation Unit.

We are interested in candidates with strong critical thinking, writing, and communication skills. Fluency in a foreign language, demonstrated interest or experience in international law and development, and past experience working in a multicultural environment are pluses, but are not required.

For a full description, click here. Application deadline is February 7, 2014.

Hawaii Appleseed Center for Law and Economic Justice Seeking Summer Clerk, 1Ls, 2Ls, and 3Ls Encouraged to Apply, Deadline before 2/15

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Hawaii Appleseed Center for Law and Economic Justice (LEJ) is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) law firm created to advocate on behalf of low income individuals and families in Hawaii on civil legal issues of statewide importance and to complement the assistance provided by existing legal services providers in the state.

Each summer LEJ recruits between 6 and 8 summer clerks to help advance our work. Summer clerks are primarily attending law school but undergraduate student are also considered depending on their particular interests, skills and backgrounds. Summer clerks engage in a variety of activities including research, assistance with class action litigation, outreach and legislative advocacy. To learn more about our summer clerks program click here.  Interested applicants should contact our program before February 15th to express interest and ask about the application process.

Post-Grad Positions in Indian Child Welfare Law for Puyallup Tribe of Indians, Closes When Filled

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Indian Child Welfare Attorney (2+ Years Experience)

The position is for an attorney to advise and represent the Tribal government on various issues regarding Indian child welfare and the Indian Child Welfare Act.

For a full description and information on how to apply, download here.

Assistant Prosecutor/ICW Child Welfare Prosecuting Officer (2+ Years Experience)

Responsible for planning, organizing, and directing assigned ICW/Child Welfare cases within the Prosecutor’s Office and serves as the Assistant Prosecutor/Juvenile/ICW and Child Welfare Presenting Officer for the Tribe.

For a full description and information on how to apply, download here.

Attention Post-Grads, Arctic Law and Policy Institute Seeks Legal Fellow, Deadline 3/31

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The University of Washington Arctic Law and Policy Institute is committed to developing future leaders and subject matter experts in the fields of Arctic law and policy and the intersection of both with natural and social sciences and international and intergovernmental affairs. To achieve that goal, the Institute has established a research fellowship program for recent law school graduates who aspire to provide the critical leadership and analytical skills needed to address emerging Arctic opportunities and challenges.

Duties will include conducting assigned research in current Arctic law and policy issues, distributing Institute research via the Institute web site and by other methods, organizing conferences, workshops and webinars, and preparing and administering grant proposals. This is a non-teaching position; however, the Fellow will assist faculty in preparing and delivering courses and seminars (live and online) and may be asked to provide advice to the university’s law, graduate and undergraduate students in their Arctic related studies and research.

Download the full description here.  Applications due March 31, 2014.