Alliance for Equal Justice Summer Intern Orientation — Registration now Open!
What is the Alliance for Equal Justice? What should you know to get the most out of your summer internship? Join UW, Seattle U, and Gonzaga law schools on June 21 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Seattle University School of Law or at Gonzaga University School of Law to learn about the Alliance, receive substantive training, and meet students interning at other public service organizations. Register HERE!
20th Annual Access to Justice Conference: Amplifying the Power of Community
This year, we celebrate our 20th Annual Access to Justice Conference! Through interactive workshops, inspiring remarks, and listening sessions, the Conference aims to generate innovative strategies and partnerships that can advance our collective work toward creating a more fair, just, and inclusive community.
When: June 14-16, 2019
Where: Spokane Convention Center, 334 W Spokane Falls Blvd.
The Gates Public Service Law Program is awarding several $250.00 stipends to students that wish to attend. To apply for a stipend, please send a current resume and a personal statement of 50 words or less of why you wish to attend to email@example.com by Wednesday, June 5, 2019.
UW Law Clinics Now Hiring Summer Work Study Interns!
The UW Law School Clinical Law Program provides legal representation, advice and other appropriate legal services to eligible clients on a pro bono basis. During the summer, legal interns provide legal assistance to clients of the Federal Tax Clinic, Tribal Court Public Defense Clinic, and Entrepreneurial Law Clinic. Intern tasks vary from clinic to clinic and generally include legal research, analysis and writing, client interviewing and other communications, court or administrative agency appearances, case management as well as additional tasks assigned.
The UW Clinical Program seeks up to six summer legal interns. Pay is $17/hour for up to 40 hours/week. Applicants should specify if they have a preference for working in a particular clinic.
How to Apply: Send a cover letter (include LARW instructor), resume and brief legal writing sample to firstname.lastname@example.org. Application deadline is Friday, June 7 by 5pm. For questions regarding Work Study eligibility, please contact the Work Study Office of Student Financial Aid (email@example.com) before applying.
Columbia Legal Services seeks Elder Law Adjunct Attorney and Legal Fellow
Columbia Legal Services represents communities facing poverty and oppression, and uses every legal tool available on their behalf. Columbia Legal Services currently seeks to fill the following positions:
- Elder Law Adjunct Attorney (Seattle, WA): Columbia Legal Services seeks a full time adjunct attorney to support its practice on behalf of low income clients and to advance systemic reform on behalf of seniors including public benefits, guardianship, housing, long-term care, and access to medical or mental health services, as well as other areas of practice based upon the attorney’s experience, such as family law. A willingness and ability to learn these areas is critical to success. This is a full‐time, grant‐funded, adjunct position that ends on December 20, 2019. For complete job description and to apply visit here. Priority application deadline is June 12.
- Legal Fellow, Working Families Project (Wenatchee, WA): Columbia Legal Services seeks a full-time Legal Fellow to work in our Working Families Project for a two-year fellowship. This position will provide systemic, multi-forum legal advocacy to advance a broad range of legal issues affecting farm and other low-wage workers and their families in Washington. This position will focus primarily on employment, as well as related civil rights matters and access to equal opportunities in our communities. For complete job description and to apply visit here. Position open until filled.