UCLA School of Law, NW Immigrant Rights Project

Due August 22:  Roddenberry Fellowship

Application Due: Tuesday, August 22, 2017

The Roddenberry Fellowship is a new 12-month program for activists from across the country who are working to protect the most vulnerable and to make the US a more inclusive and equitable place to live. Twenty Fellows will be selected to receive $50,000 each, as well as tailored support, to help implement a project or initiative in one of four areas: civil rights; Climate change and environmental justice; immigration and refugee rights; LGBTQIA and Women’s Rights.

More info and apply here.

Rolling Deadline: Executive Director-David Epstein Program in Public Interest Law and Policy, UCLA School of LawUCLA Law Logo

The UCLA School of Law is seeking a top public interest lawyer to become the Executive Director of the David J. Epstein Program in Public Interest Law and Policy (Epstein Program). The Epstein Program is the leading public interest curricular program in the United States. For two decades, the Epstein Program has trained and mentored future attorneys to become innovative leaders dedicated to public service and advancing justice. The hallmarks of the Epstein Program are its exceptional faculty, cutting-edge curriculum, vibrant community, and deep commitment to student success. The Epstein Program has specialized admissions, teaching, mentoring, and advising for Epstein Program students and alumni. This is a year-round, academic, non-tenure track position with an expected start date of January 1, 2018.

Minimum academic requirements include a J.D. or equivalent advanced degree from a U.S. school and an excellent academic record. The ideal candidate will have at least five years of practice experience, as well as significant leadership capacity and initiative. The salary and level of appointment will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

More information and apply here.

Rolling Basis: Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, Internship in the Granger Office.

Application Deadline: Rolling.

 

The Northwest immigrant Rights Project’s Granger office provides free and low cost immigration legal services to residents in Eastern Washington. Granger is about 30 miles east of Yakima, and within the heart of the agricultural industry in Washington State. Our offices are housed within the Northwest Communities Education Center, which is home to numerous non-profit organizations providing services to farm workers, and Radio KDNA, which is the only public radio station in the state producing educational programming for the Spanish speaking community since 1979.

Learn more and apply here

Due December 11: Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, Internship Summer 2018 with the Tacoma Office.

Application Due:  December 11, 2017

The Northwest Immigrant Rights Project is seeking law student applications for spring and summer internship positions in its Tacoma office. These internships are unpaid, but NWIRP will work with applicants to secure outside funding or academic credit.

For summer, full consideration will be given to applications received by December 11, 2017. No applications will be accepted after March 1, 2018.

For more information here.

EJW 2017 Conference with US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg; Student Debt Relief Basics; Kids in Need of Defense (KIND): How to Prepare for Dependency Review Hearings; Volunteer for Citizenship Day!

Deadline September 13: Equal Justice Works 2017 Conference and Career Fair featuring U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader GinsbergEJW Logo

Application Deadline: Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Date:  Thursday and Friday, October 27 & 28, 2017

Location: Arlington, VA

Students and recent graduates can interview with 165+ public interest employers from across the country including non profits, public defender offices, government agencies and more! Click here for the latest list. The deadline to apply for prescheduled interviews is September 13.. Students may have their résumé reviewed by trained professionals and take part in inspiring conference workshop sessions including this year’s conversation with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday afternoon. We recognize that one of the biggest hurdles to attending the Conference & Career Fair is affording the trip to DC so this year we’re helping students connect for carpooling and hotel sharing and the first 500 registered students will qualify for a chance to receive one of ten $100 travel stipends.

More information and register here.

EJW Webinar: Student Debt Relief Basics.

Date:  Thursday, August 24, 2017

Time:  12:00 pm

Location: Webinar

“On August 24th at 3:00 pm EST, we will have our latest educational free webinar, “Student Debt Relief Basics.” This free webinar will teach you about the various repayment plans, loan cancellation provisions, how to earn Public Service Loan Forgiveness, what to do if you are behind on your payments, and how to lower your loan payments using loan repayment assistance programs. You can join live or watch later. If you register prior to the live event, you will receive a recording in the 48 hours following the live version. Register for a free webinar today!

Free Podcast:  FTCA and Other Civil Rights Claims – Immigration Enforcement & Damages Actions Supreme Court Courthouse (c) Stockvault

Date:  Thursday, August 24, 2017

Time:  9am – 12 pm

Location:  Podcast (free)

Increased immigration enforcement is likely to include enforcement practices that give rise to damages action.  Claims under the Federal Tort Claims Act, Bivens, and Section 1983 are important tools to combat abusive enforcement practices and ensuring that federal and local law enforcement abide by their constitutional obligations. This program will give a general overview of each of these claims. PLI will also discuss employing a media strategy, in addition to litigation, to highlight abusive enforcement practices, as an advocacy tool in its own right. PLI will cover the legal standards and procedures to bring an administrative claim and both individual and impact litigation under the Federal Tort Claims Act.  PLI will similarly cover Bivens and Section 1983, as well as the defenses government defendants commonly raise in these cases.  This will include the types of conduct that can be challenged and the life of a damages claim from fact-gathering to judgment.

Register here.

Kids in Need of Defense (KIND): Quick Topic Webinar [Live]: How to Prepare for Dependency Review Hearings

Date:  Wednesday, September 13, 2017 

Time: 12-1 pm

Location:  Webinar.

Zaida Rivera, KIND Seattle Pro Bono Coordinating Attorney -Microsoft Fellow, will be presenting a live webinar on how to prepare for your client’s Dependency Review Hearings. After a client has been ordered a dependent on the State of Washington, the court is responsible for the client’s well-being. To ensure that a client’s needs are met, periodic review hearings are scheduled with the court every 6 months. Attorneys must prepare ISSPs and review hearing orders in advance of the review hearing, and present orders on the date the hearing is scheduled. To learn more about this process and your obligations, please join us for this live webinar. There will be an opportunity to ask questions as well.

Please RSVP online here.

KIND (Kids in Need of Defense): 2nd Annual Back to School Campaign

The campaign aims to highlight attorneys who are heeding the call to help unaccompanied immigrant and refugee children by providing pro bono legal representation to these children as the new school year begins.

As unaccompanied children are getting ready to start school, over 50% of them have no one to represent them in immigration court. With the help of an attorney, they can focus on their education and fulfill their aspirations for their future.  These are children living in Washington State like Otto, who arrived in the U.S. when he was 10 years old, escaping severe child abuse and threats from MS-13.  Otto was granted asylum right before going on a school camping trip with his class.  He went from having a childhood dominated by violence and fear, to living with the fear of being sent back into danger, to the rest of his childhood before him.

More info here.

OneAmerica: Volunteer for Citizenship Day Saturday, September 23, 2017OneAmerica Logo

Date: Saturday, September 23, 2017

Time: 8:30am-5:30pm

Locations: Renton, Renton Technical College; Wenatchee, Wenatchee Valley College; Pasco, Columbia Basin College

Volunteers needed at three Citizenship Day events in Washington in Renton, Wenatchee and Pasco

Citizenship Day  is a free, one-day legal clinic to help legal permanent residents apply for citizenship, and it’s hosted by AILA-WA, OneAmerica, and committed community partners statewide. Demand for naturalization services is higher than ever – in fact, N-400 filings in Washington State have increased nearly 30% on average, compared to the same quarter of last year! For many immigrants, U.S. citizenship is the best defense in uncertain times. Please join us for the day, and help hundreds of legal permanent residents take the first step.

Click here to sign up to volunteer, and more info here.

Civil Rights Lawyers, Radical Movements of the 1960s Podcast, Juvenile Law Center Report, QLaw Judge’s Bench Guide

Civil rights lawyers from the 1960s have lessons for today’s social activistsHong Kong Protests

“When Stephen Bingham and Timothy Jenkins remember traveling to Mississippi in 1964 to take part in the Freedom Summer, with the stated goal of registering African-Americans to vote, they recall being exhilarated. It was an exciting time for the civil rights movement and the two—along with thousands of other volunteers from the NAACP, Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Congress of Racial Equality, Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and the rest of the rich alphabet soup that is part of historical lore—felt energized and inspired by the hurly-burly of protests, marches, demonstrations and organized political activities that made them feel as if they were helping to bring about important social change.

They also remembered being terrified.”

Read more here.

Podcast: How the radical movements of the 1960s changed the law and challenged the status quoSolidarity USAS

“In this episode of Asked and Answered, the ABA Journal’s Victor Li speaks with attorney and activist Paul Harris about his work stretching back to the 1960s. Harris, one of the radical “movement lawyers” featured in the cover story for the August issue of the ABA Journal, talks about his work defending high-profile clients like Huey Newton, Leonard McNeil and others.

Harris also discusses the current political landscape and what today’s generation of aspiring movement lawyers can learn from their predecessors.”

More information here.

Juvenile Law Center Report:  Making a Truly Healthy Transition to Adulthood Relies on a Strong Medicaid Program and Our Commitment to Enhance Access to Quality Care

“Unlocking Potential: The Strength of Our Stories as the Key to Child Welfare Reform was released in July 2017. It is the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute 2017 Foster Youth Internship Program Report and contains 12 recommendations for reforming the child welfare system. The Chronicle of Social Change has been spotlighting each of the 12 recommendations and providing commentary. The 12 recommendations are excellent and present policy responses that reflect the insight and experiences of youth who have been in foster care. Because of the continued activity around the federal health care law—and its importance to the health and well-being of current and former youth in foster care—we wanted to provide a special highlight on Justin Abbasi’s recommendation related to access to behavioral health services and the Chronicle’s commentary.”

Read more here.

The LGBT Bar Association of Washington: QLaw is happy to share the news that the Judges’ Bench Guide is here!

QLaw LogoThe Judges’ Bench Guide on the LGBTQ Community and the Law is a resource of judges, lawyers, the legal community, and anyone else who would like to learn more about some of the legal issues affecting the LGBTQ community.  The guide was prepared to QLaw Fioundation and QLaw Association for the Washington State Supreme Courts Gender and Justice Commission.

More information here.

Job Opportunities: NWIRP; ACLU;Youth, Rights, & Justice

Due August 18:  Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, Staff Attorney Position in Seattle, WA

Application Deadline: August 18, 2017

The Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (NWIRP) seeks a bilingual attorney to work with individuals in removal proceedings in Seattle, Washington. The attorney will provide direct representation in removal proceedings, including representation at the Tacoma or Seattle Immigration Courts, the Board of Immigration Appeals and the Ninth Circuit court of appeals. Attorneys will be managing a high-volume workload with complex legal issues in immigration and criminal law.

This position is located in the Seattle office of the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project.

Learn more and apply here.

Due August 20: NWIRP, Bilingual Legal Advocate/Paralegal in Tacoma, WA

Application Deadline: August 20, 2017

The Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (NWIRP) seeks a bilingual legal advocate/paralegal to work in its Tacoma office. The applicant must be fluent in English and Spanish. The advocate will work mainly with individuals detained at the Northwest Detention Center, a regional immigration detention facility that houses up to 1,575 detainees. The advocate will be part of a team providing immigration legal services to those detained at the detention center and will play a key role in collecting robust data, conducting case tracking, and producing . This will include assisting in case preparation and evidence gathering for high-volume workloads.

This position is located in the Tacoma office of the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project.

Learn more and apply here.

Due August 25:  NWIRP Bilingual Legal Advocate in Seattle, WA

Application Deadline: August 25, 2017

The Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (NWIRP) seeks a full-time bilingual legal advocate to work in our Removal Defense unit. The applicant must be fluent in English and Spanish.

The Removal Defense unit provides direct representation, outreach and education throughout the state of Washington to immigrants in removal proceedings. The unit screens individuals in removal proceedings for various forms of relief, including but not limited to, asylum, cancellation of removal, waivers, various forms of humanitarian relief under VAWA and TVPRA, and termination of proceedings. The legal advocate will also work with other staff members on different types of immigration cases as needed.

This position will be based at NWIRP’s Seattle office.

Learn more and apply here.

Due August 31: Youth, Rights & Justice -Staff Attorney in Portland, OregonChildren's Alliance Logo

Application deadline:  August 31, 2017

Seeking a juvenile or criminal defense attorney to join Youth, Rights & Justice to represent clients in the Multnomah County Juvenile Court, the Oregon Court of Appeals and the Oregon Supreme Court.

Learn more and apply here.

Rolling Deadline: American Civil Liberties Union of Washington – Director of StrategyACLU of WA

Application Deadline:  Rolling.

The ACLU of WA is seeking a savvy, dynamic, and seasoned political strategist to help build and lead a new Political Strategies Department and to bring to bear advocacy and political strategies to ensure that work throughout the office takes the most effective approaches to achieve our goals.

Building upon our strong record of policy advocacy, the Director will work with our staff to develop multi-faceted, long-range campaigns, while at the same time, ensuring that we respond quickly to immediate opportunities to make an impact.  Candidates should be experienced enough to bring additional political acumen to an already strong staff. Our lawyers, policy experts, and other professionals work in sometimes fast-changing situations and are able to take advantage of opportunities while adhering to civil liberties principles and treating others respectfully.  We value readiness and reliability, and we pay particular attention to the rights of those who have historically been marginalized.  We seek a leader who shares these qualities and can apply them to gain effective outcomes.

Learn more and apply here. 

 

Events: LBAW/Skagit VLP Free Legal Clinic; Homeless Advocacy 101: Helping Homeless Students; NWIRP Evening of Justice; WA AGO Open House in Spokane

The Latina/o Bar Association of Washington, the Skagit Volunteer Lawyer Program: Free Legal Clinic.

Date: Saturday, August 19, 2017

Time:  9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Location:  Skagit Valley College, Angst Hall RM A125
2405 E. College Way, Mount Vernon, WA 98273

The Latina/o Bar Association of Washington, the Skagit Volunteer Lawyer Program, and Skagit Valley College Dreamers Club invite you to volunteer at our Mt. Vernon Legal Clinic.  We are in great need of immigration attorneys.

If you are able to volunteer or if you have questions, please email the Director of Clinics, Zaida Rivera, at clinics@lbaw.org.

Know someone who may need assistance at our Skagit Clinic? Please distribute our flyer: Mt. Vernon Free Legal Clinic Flyer.pdf

Homeless Advocacy 101/Helping Homeless Students: McKinney-Vento 101Housing and Homelessness Advocacy Day

Date: Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Time:  9:00 am- 1:00 pm.  Check in opens at 8:30 am. Please be prompt.

Location:  Seola Gardens, Community Room (KCHA site) 11215 5th Ave SW, Seattle, WA

Join presenters from Columbia Legal Services, Schoolhouse WA, and national expert Dr. Lenore Rubin to learn about homeless students’ rights under federal law, and how staff and parents can ensure that students register, get to school, and have the supports they need for a successful school experience. Following an overview of the law, participants will work through case examples and discuss common challenges; and develop allies in helping homeless children and youth and their families. Register at www.homelessinfo.org.

This workshop is free, but registration is required, with preference to staff from Coalition Member agencies (see a list here).

Lawn Bowling Fundraiser for the Coalition on Homelessness (SKCCH)

Date: Saturday, September 23, 2017

Time: 5:00-8:00 pm

Location:  Jefferson Park Lawn Bowling Club
4103 Beacon Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108

Please join the Seattle/King County Coalition on Homelessness for our annual Lawn Bowling Party & Fundraiser!  Hosts Speaker Frank Chopp, Representative Nicole Macri & Deb Cayz, Humberto Alvarez, and Tony Lee.

Details: Lawn bowling is either a relaxing game or a fiercely competitive sport. You decide! In either case, please wear flat, rubber-soled shoes or prepare to go barefoot if you will be bowling! The greens are inviting and kids are welcome, but please note that the park is preferred for running around.

Register here.

Northwest Immigrant Rights Project : An Evening of Justice at Wing Luke

Date:  Thursday, October 26, 2017

Time: 5:30 pm

Location:  Wing Luke Museum

At this pivotal time for our country and community, we need an opportunity to come together in our commitment to immigrant rights.

We hope you will join us in doing so at our annual reception. An Evening of Justice at Wing Luke. We’ll enjoy delicious food and drinks from  Green Leaf Vietnamese Restaurant, hear great live music, explore the museum, and share stories about what we are accomplishing together.

Tickets will be available soon.  Sponsorship info here.

Washington State Attorney General’s Office Open House

Date: Friday, September 29, 2017

Time: 11:30 am to 1:30 pm

Location: Spokane AGO 1116 W. Riverside Avenue Spokane, WA

Audience: Third-Year Law Students, Second-Year Law Students, Judicial Clerks, Licensed Attorneys

“The Attorney General’s Office is please to invite you to attend the first Open House in the Spokane AGO! This event will provide those who may be considering a career as an Assistant Attorney General or those seeking to serve as a law clerk the opportunity to hear from AG Bob Ferguson and learn about the AGO’s divisions and recruitment programs and meet with AGO representatives. We hope to see you there.”

More information here.

First Amendment and Media Law Diversity Moot Court Competition, Washington Leadership Institute open for applications, and more!

Due September 11:  The Tenth Annual First Amendment and Media Law Diversity Moot Court Competition

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Application Due:  Monday, September 11, 2017

This annual First Amendment and Media Law Diversity Moot Court, now in its tenth year, is designed to introduce minority law students to the practice of media law and to many of the lawyers who are active in the media law bar.

The team with the highest score for the final round of oral arguments will be the winner of the Competition. Each member of the winning team will receive $750. The finalist with the highest score for the final round of oral argument will be deemed “Best Oralist” and will receive $1,500. All students who attend the Annual Conference will have the opportunity to network with practicing media law attorneys from across the country and attend engaging and informative panels.

The ABA Forum on Communications Law invites qualified law students to apply to participate in the Tenth Annual First Amendment and Media Law Diversity Moot Court Competition. Final deadline to apply is Midnight, EDT, Monday, September 11, 2017

Learn more and apply here.

Due September 15: Washington Leadership Institute (WLI) Is Now Accepting Applications

Applications Due: Friday, September 15, 2017

The mission of the Washington Leadership Institute (WLI) is to recruit, train, and develop minority and traditionally underrepresented attorneys for future leadership positions in the Washington State Bar Association and legal community. The WLI is accepting application for the 2018 institute. Applications are due by September 15, 2017.

Learn more and apply here.

The International Trademark Association’s (INTA) Pro Bono Clearinghouse has officially opened to potential clients facing trademark issues in the US and Germany.Networking Image

“The clearinghouse had a pilot soft start on 1 January. In its current form, the clearinghouse offers a host of practitioners in the US and Germany that can help with trademark issues. Eligible clients will be matched with an INTA attorney to help guide them. The intended clients are low-income individuals and directors of non-profit or charitable organizations with low operating budgets that have no other option or don’t have access to legal advice in trademarks.”

Read more here.

Match site launches for progressive lawyers and non-profits

“President Donald Trump has inspired a new online dating service-between lawyers seeking pro-bono work and opposition non-profits in need of help. We the Action,   launching Friday, will be an online portal to connect lawyers with legal work waiting to be done, from reviewing leases and contracts to filing Social Security claims to potentially heading to court in immigration cases. Non-profits will be able to post the services they need, and search through online profiles created by attorneys detailing expertise and availability.”

Read more here.

Education Department delivers a troubling message about its loan forgiveness programImg fr. Oregon Courts: Signature

“In court documents filed late Monday, the federal agency reaffirmed earlier statements that borrowers could not rely on FedLoan Servicing, the company overseeing the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program, to accurately say whether they qualify for debt relief. The department’s position signals that there are no guarantees of loan forgiveness for people who have received assurances from the servicing company, a troubling realization for the hundreds of thousands of people participating in the program.” “‘Though the department’s contractor has made occasional errors in individual notifications to borrowers, it has corrected those errors,’ Education Department attorneys wrote in Monday’s filing.’Moreover, it has provided borrowers … ample opportunities to seek reconsideration of its decisions.’ The attorneys said the final decision on forgiveness is, and has always been, in the hands of the Education Department. That means borrowers will know for sure that their loans will be forgiven only after they have completed the 10 years of payments.”

Read more here.

Jobs! Fellowships! Clerkships! WA AGO’s; U.S. Patent and Trademark Office; EarthJustice; Federal Defenders, and more!

Due August 14: Patent Experience Externship Program, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

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Application Deadline:  Monday, August 14, 2017

The USPTO is seeking applications for the unpaid Patent Experience Externship Program (PEEP). PEEP offers opportunities in the areas of engineering, science, and law.  The US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) is responsible for granting US intellectual property rights for patents and trademarks and providing inventors exclusive rights over their discoveries. It’s an effort that contributes to a strong global economy, encourages investment in innovation, and cultivates an entrepreneurial spirit in the 21st century.

If you are considering asking for academic credit, please email a copy of your application material to extern@uw.edu.

Learn more and apply here.

Due August 14: Assistant Attorney General (Section Chief): Torts Division in Olympia/Tumwater

Application Deadline:  Monday, August 14, 2017

The Washington State Attorney General’s Office’s Torts Division has an immediate need to fill a managing attorney position, that is, the Section Chief of the Early Resolution Program (ERP) and Investigations Section in Tumwater, Washington.

Learn more and apply here.

Due August 15: Assistant Attorney General: Torts Division

Application Deadline:  Tuesday, August 15, 2017

There is an opportunity to join the Washington State Attorney General Office’s Torts Division in Tumwater as an Assistant Attorney General and thereby doing work that makes a true difference to the people of Washington. The Torts Division’s Transportation team represents the Department of Transportation, Washington State Patrol, Department of Licensing, Department of Health, General Administration, and the Attorney General’s Office. Attorneys on this team regularly defend the state in cases including highway design and maintenance, excessive force, and civil rights.

Learn more and apply here.

Due August 11: Garvey Schubert Barer Diversity Fellowship

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Application Deadline: Friday, August 11, 2017

The Kenneth L. Schubert Jr. Diversity Fellowship will be offered to students who will be in their second year of law school during the 2017-2018 school year. The Diversity Fellow will receive a paid 10-week summer associate position in our Seattle office between their second and third year of law school. After successful completion of the summer associate position and upon acceptance by the Diversity Fellow of an offered attorney position with the firm, the Diversity Fellow will receive an additional $15,000 ($7,500 payable at the start of the first semester of the third year, and another $7,500 payable at the start of the second semester of the third year) upon showing of continued outstanding academic performance.

Learn more and apply here.

Due August 15: EarthJustice Law ClerkEarthJustice Logo

Application Deadline: Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Earthjustice is seeking summer law clerks who share a passion for justice and a healthy environment. Earthjustice is the premier nonprofit environmental law organization.  We take on the biggest, most precedent-setting cases across the country.  We wield the power of law and the strength of partnership to protect people’s health; to preserve magnificent places and wildlife; to advance clean energy; and to combat climate change.

Learn more and apply here.

Due August 15: Federal Defenders Of Eastern Washington And Idaho Fellowship Attorney

Application Deadline: Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Federal Defenders of Eastern Washington and Idaho is now accepting applications for a Fellowship Attorney position(s) in Spokane, Washington. This is a position for Fiscal Year 2018, with the possibility of an extension for Fiscal Year 2019. The primary practice areas will be before the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Washington, the U.S. District Court for the District of Idaho, and United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. This organization litigates cases in four locations: Richland, Yakima, and Spokane, WA (all in the Eastern District of Washington); and Coeur d’Alene, ID (District of Idaho).

Learn more and apply here.

Due September 10: Air Force JAG Corps

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Application Deadline: Sunday, September 10, 2017

The Air Force Jag Corps selects applicants based on the “whole person” concept. Selection factors include: academic performance; work experience; leadership traits; extracurricular activities;  personal integrity; demonstrated elements of core values; awards and honors; adaptability and flexibility; motivational statement; and military records (if applicable).

Learn more and apply here.

Due November 1: Alaska Court System First Judicial District Clerkship Alaska State Seal

Application Deadline:  Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Adventure and opportunity await the few clerks chosen for the 2018-19 year. Summer and winter activities-including sailing, kayaking, canoeing, power boating, fishing, skiing and hiking – abound and law clerks will find that working and living in Southeast Alaska will be a rich and rewarding experience.

Applications are now being accepted from 3L students from August 1, 2017 until November 1, 2017.

Learn more and apply here.