King County Public Defense, Public Counsel LA hiring

Due April 18: King County Dept. of Public Defense hiring attorneys

The Department is looking for talented, committed, hardworking advocates with excellent trial, research, and writing skills, and an ability to work in a fast-paced environment. The successful applicant will have a passion for public defense and a demonstrated commitment to helping those who are less fortunate. He or she will also have a demonstrated ability to receive feedback and integrate that feedback into his or her practice. Read more and apply here.

 

Rolling Deadline: Public Counsel hiring summer law clerks in LA

If you are seeking an opportunity to develop your interviewing and legal advocacy skills while also helping to address the growing homeless epidemic in Los Angeles, being a summer clerk with Public Counsel CARES is for you. Public Counsel CARES stands for “Connecting Angelenos to Resources and Essential Services.” As a summer law clerk, you will be able, with the supervision and support of our staff attorneys, to advocate on behalf of impoverished clients, helping them secure desperately needed shelter, food, healthcare, transportation and other social services and benefits and train others to do this work as well. Read more about Public Counsel here.

Rural Summer Legal Corps; Wildlands Network; The Family Advocacy Center

RURAL SUMMER LEGAL CORPS APPLICATION DEADLINE EXTENDED TO MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19 AT 11:59 PM EST!EJW Logo

The Rural Summer Legal Corps (RSLC) program will connect 30 law students with different civil legal aid sites across the country this summer to address pressing legal issues facing rural communities. Students will gain valuable experience and will earn a $5,000 stipend for their summer service.

Each site has a different project focus and students can select up to three sites that they’re interested in with one application. The following sites in particular are seeking additional applications: Nebraska, Oklahoma, Northeastern New York, Mississippi and Louisiana.

Find out more about this program and apply here.

Wildlands Network Summer Interns

To achieve our mission of continental-scale conservation, Wildlands National Network employs a diverse team of scientists, advocates, policy experts, and other talented professionals who share a passion for wild nature. Our summer intern will be counted among these professionals. Wildlands Network is looking to employ 1 to 2 summer interns in our Seattle Office.

For complete job description, apply here.

Kids in Need of Defense, Children’s Coordinating Attorney

Application Deadline: Rolling Basis

Kids in Need of Defense (KIND) is an innovative partnership among the Microsoft Corporation, Angelina Jolie and other interested philanthropists, law firms and corporate supporters. As the leading national organization that works to ensure that no refugee or immigrant child faces immigration court alone, KIND is dedicated to providing pro bono representation as well as positive systemic change in both law and policy to improve the protection of unaccompanied immigrant and refugee children. KIND also engages in programming in Central America and Mexico to promote the best interests and protection of migrant children throughout the region.  Launched in fall 2008, KIND is headquartered in Washington, DC and has 10 field offices across the United States.

POSITION DESCRIPTION

KIND seeks a Children’s Coordinating Attorney to provide representation to unaccompanied immigrant children in Office of Refugee Resettlement custody in King, Snohomish, and Pierce counties.

Apply here.

Due February 21: Tacoma Community College, Executive Director for Equity and Inclusion.

Responsibilities of the Executive Director for Equity and Inclusion
The Executive Director for Equity and Inclusion reports directly to the President and serves as a member of the Leadership Team.  This position provides leadership in the college’s efforts to create an environment that values and demonstrates its commitment to equity and inclusion.   The Executive Director of Equity and Inclusion in collaboration with appropriate staff or units will ensure the development of diversity awareness and training, collaboration in the design of educational materials that enhance awareness of equity and inclusion, and facilitation of initiatives designed to enhance the college’s climate for faculty, staff, and students of all backgrounds.  The Executive Director for Equity and Inclusion serves as a strategic forward-thinking leader.  The position is responsible for aligning and integrating a range of new and existing initiatives at TCC into a cohesive platform of services that will foster a more inclusive, diverse community and to guide the college community to extend the values of diversity and equity broadly through teaching, scholarship, and community engagement.

Apply Here.

Due March 16: The Family Advocacy Center, Summer InternshipeWomen Foundation Grants_Photo of Woman and Kids

The Family Advocacy Center is a joint pilot project between Northwest Justice Project, the Center for Child and Youth Justice, and the King County Superior Court Parents for Parents Program developed to address civil legal issues that could either avoid or end a family’s involvement with the child welfare system. The FAC is comprised of a multidisciplinary team made up of an Attorney, a Social Worker, and a Parent Ally. The team provides legal services, social services, and peer mentorship that help stabilize families with the goal of keeping children out of foster care.

The FAC assists clients with family law, domestic violence, housing, public benefits, and limited consumer law issues. Our intern will assist primarily with family law issues, with options to expand scope of cases based on individual interests and will be based out of NJP’s Seattle office. The internship is open to 1Ls and 2Ls and is unpaid. Applicants should have excellent oral and written communication, attention to detail, compassion, and a sense of humor.  For consideration, please submit a letter of interest, resume, and writing sample to marjieh@nwjustice.org by March 16, 2018.

Due February 25: YWCA Sexual Violence Legal Services, Staff Attorney

Sexual Violence Legal Services (SVLS) aims to improve the legal response to survivors of sexual violence through (1) holistic legal representation in King and Snohomish Counties; (2) consultations for survivors, attorneys and advocates assisting survivors statewide; (3) trainings and education for legal professionals and advocates statewide; and, (4) brief services and resources for survivors, attorneys and sexual assault advocates statewide.

This position has a social justice component that will require critical thinking around how external systems impact the work we are doing through the intersectional lens of racism and poverty. Knowing the core principles of antiracism and grounding those principles in everyday work, as well as working well in non-white environments and championing anti-racism policy, are required job skills and core values. As an equal opportunity employer, we highly encourage people of color to apply.

The Staff Attorney implements the core services provided by SVLS. The ideal candidate will be a solutions-oriented, multi-tasking social justice advocate who is adept at facilitating creative and strategic trauma-informed legal representation and assistance for victims of sexual violence.

This is a temporary position with funding through December 31, 2018, with the possibility of becoming permanent dependent upon continued funding.

Apply here

 

Northwest Immigrant Rights Project; AGO’s Law Clerk Positions

Due March 16: Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (NWIRP), Summer Internships 2018

The internship is open to first, second, and third year law students. Applicants should have excellent written and oral communication skills, an interest in immigration law, an ability to work in a diverse and fast-paced work environment, and a commitment to advancing and defending the legal rights of low-income immigrants and refugees. Spanish-bilingual applicants are strongly preferred.

NWIRP’s Seattle Office serves low-income immigrants and refugees in Western Washington. The office provides direct legal representation, referrals to pro bono attorneys, pro se assistance, and workshops on immigration matters ranging from asylum, citizenship, family petitions, and protections for immigrant children and victims of crimes. The Seattle office consists of the following units:

  • Asylum: Helps persons who face persecution in their home countries in applying for asylum, and assists asylees and refugees in applying for permanent resident status and petitioning for their family.
  • Children & Youth Advocacy: Helps children and youth seek Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, asylum, & DACA
  • Family Services: Promotes family unity and stability by assisting with family visa applications.
  • Impact Litigation: Works for systematic change through individual and class-action lawsuits.
  • Naturalization: Assists immigrants and refugees, particularly elderly and/or persons with disabilities, obtain citizenship, including seeking disability waivers from the required English and civics tests.
  • Removal Defense: Represents individuals in immigration court proceedings against deportation.
  • VAWA: Assists immigrant survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, trafficking, and other crimes in obtaining U & T visas and other immigration benefits derived from the Violence Against Women Act.

The internship is unpaid, but NWIRP will work with applicants to secure outside funding or academic credit.

More info here.

Due February 12:  Attorney General’s Office, Law Clerk Opportunities – All Offices

The Attorney General’s Office is pleased to invite qualified first and second-year law students to apply for summer 2018 volunteer or externship positions. Volunteer law clerks and externs glean worthwhile, enriching and educational experiences working for what we believe to be the best public law firm in the country.

In addition to fully completing a profile and responding to all supplemental questions, you
must upload the following materials by Monday, February 12, 2018.

More info here.

Robert Masur Fellowship; National Employment Law Project 2018 Summer Law Clerk, and more.

Due April 27: 2018 Robert Masur Fellowship in Civil Liberties

Applications are now open for the 2018 Robert Masur Fellowship in Civil Liberties at The Nation Institute. Applications must be submitted by Friday, April 27, 2018, to be eligible for the fellowship.

The fellowship competition is open to first-year law students who intend to carry out significant activities during the summer (in between their first and second years) in the areas of civil rights and/or civil liberties. The fellowship recipients each receive a $2,000 honorarium. Proposed activities may include a writing or research project, work with a public interest organization, work on a law case under the supervision of a faculty member or lawyer, or any other work in the areas of civil rights or civil liberties.

Applicants should submit a proposal, no more than two pages, describing their intended summer project, along with a resumé, a brief letter of recommendation, and the name of their faculty or organizational sponsor HERE  https://nationinstitute.submittable.com/submit/103596/robert-masur-fellowship-in-civil-liberties or send a hard copy application to the address below:

Robert Masur Fellowship
The Nation Institute
116 East 16th Street, 8th floor
New York, NY 10003
For more information, visit www.nationinstitute.org,
or email annelise@nationinstitute.org with any questions

Due February 9: National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL), Diversity Committee Summer Law Fellowship

Location: Various locations

Selected Fellows from historically underrepresented backgrounds will receive a $500 stipend weekly stipend for 8 weeks for work with selected criminal defense offices. Apply for this opportunity here.

National Employment Law Project (NELP), 2018 Summer Law Clerk
Location: Berkeley, CA
Deadline: Rolling

Law clerks will focus on NELP’s fair chance advocacy and assist NELP attorneys in all aspects of this work. Learn more and apply for this position here.

Due February 15: Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Association Volunteer Legal Services, Staff Attorney-Family LawTacoma Pierce County Bar Association

Deadline: February 15, 2018

Salary: Full time, $50,000/year (grant funded and non-negotiable)

Benefits: Medical/dental insurance; vacation, sick leave, paid holidays, flexible schedule

Program Role: The mission of the Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Association Volunteer Legal Services Program (VLS) is to ensure meaningful access to justice for low-income individuals by providing clients with volunteer attorney advice, representation, self-help materials, and paralegal support.

This position will (1) provide legal assistance to clients eligible for services in Pierce County under the South Sound Immigrant Survivor Project (SSIP); will (2) develop and supervise a newly funded Client Follow-Up Program to provide improved access to resources and follow-up assistance for pro se clients.

To Apply:

To be considered for this position, please submit BY E-MAIL ONLY a letter of interest, resume, and 3 professional references to Laurie Davenport, Program Director, at vls@tacomaprobono.org

Due February 19: King County Public Defense Attorney

Salary: 65,109.41 – $98,162.48 Annually

Location: Dexter Horton Building – 710 Second Ave. #200 Seattle

Job: Full, 40 hours/week

Summary: The Department of Public Defense (DPD)  provides legal representation to indigent clients in several practice areas, including felonies, misdemeanors, juvenile offenders, dependencies, involuntary commitment, civil commitment of sexually violent predators, and contempt of court.

The Department is looking for talented, committed, hardworking advocates with excellent trial, research and writing skills. DPD is accepting applications from attorneys possessing between three to five years of experience in either criminal defense or family defense.

Apply online: http://www.kingcounty.gov/jobs

Goodwin 1L Diversity Fellowships; NLRB Externship; Puget Soundkeeper Internship

Due February 26: Goodwin 1L Diversity Fellowships

The Goodwin 1L Diversity Fellowships provide first-year law students from underrepresented backgrounds with awards of $10,000 each, to help cover expenses while working in a public interest law position during the summer after their first year of law school.

A guaranteed callback interview with a Goodwin office of their choice during the interview season after the student’s first year of law school, to allow the student to be considered for a position in our summer associate program during the summer after the student’s second year of law school;

·         As part of the callback interview process, fellows will also be considered for the Wayne A. Budd and Marian A. Tse Diversity Scholarships, providing selected recipients with a paid 2L summer position in one of Goodwin’s U.S. domestic offices during the 2019 summer associate program and an additional $10,000 toward tuition for the third year of law school, paid out upon completion of the summer program. In addition to the selection criteria listed below, those who have overcome obstacles in pursuing a legal career and have demonstrated the tenacity and talent to excel in the legal profession will be considered. Named in honor of diversity trailblazers and champions Wayne A. Budd and Marian A. Tse, these scholarships are designed to help make our workplace and profession more diverse.

The opportunity to participate in select summer associate events for 2Ls while working in their public interest law position during their first year summer; and
Attorney advisors to help fellows succeed in their public interest law position, and to help introduce them to Goodwin.

More info here.

Due March 16:  National Labor Relations Board, Law Student Extern PositionNLRB Seal

The purpose of this posting is to notify students of the Region’s decision to offer an extern position to a qualified law student for the 2018 (fall) – 2019 (spring) school year and to provide information regarding that position.

Aside from the extern position, the Board has not allocated, at this time, funding for a paid intern position in Region 19 for the summer of 2018. However, Region 19 will consider sponsoring a qualified law student who is awarded a grant (e.g., by a law school, bar association, and/or by other sponsoring entities) to work during the summer of 2018 with a governmental entity.

The extern will be trained in the Board’s administrative investigative and case handling techniques and procedures and then will be assigned primarily to investigate unfair labor practice charges. Following completion of the investigation, the extern will draft a report containing relevant and material evidence from the investigation, an analysis of applicable Board (labor) law, and a recommendation to Regional management regarding the appropriate disposition of the case (e.g., dismiss the charge, issue complaint absent settlement, etc.).

More info here.

Due May 4: Puget Soundkeeper, Summer 2018 Intern

Puget Soundkeeper seeks a motivated and passionate law student to serve as a summer legal intern in our enforcement program. The intern will perform in-depth legal research and analysis to support Soundkeeper’s Clean Water Act enforcement and assist with investigating potential litigation. Puget Soundkeeper’s mission is to protect and preserve Puget Sound by monitoring, cleaning up and preventing pollutants from entering its waters. The successful applicant will demonstrate a commitment to this work as well as an interest in environmental law and policy and a desire to work in a small, close-knit and collaborative setting.

This is a full-time, unpaid position based in Seattle, WA for 10-12 weeks (duration negotiable) during summer 2018 (approximately June-August). Candidates are to work out of Puget Soundkeeper’s office with the potential to work remotely as needed. To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, law school transcript and short writing sample with the subject “Summer 2018 Legal Intern” to Sophia Ressler at sophia@pugetsoundkeeper.org. We kindly ask that applicant refrain from calling for further details regarding their application; please email with any questions. Deadline is May 4, 2018 (although applications will be accepted on a rolling basis before then as well).

Hiring: Teamchild 2018 Summer Fellow; NWIRP; JustLead

Open Until Filled:  TeamChild, 2018 Paid Summer Fellow working with LGBTQ YouthTeam Child Logo

TeamChild is seeking a full-time Summer Fellow for our Tacoma, WA office, located at 715 Tacoma Ave. South. The fellow will work in partnership with Oasis Youth Center and be co-located at Oasis and TeamChild. Under the guidance of TeamChild attorneys and in consultation with Oasis Youth Center the fellow will advise LGBTQ youth about their legal rights. The fellow will be asked to research various legal issues frequently affecting LGBTQ youth in the community and develop policy responses to those issues. The fellow will also be asked to develop sustainable policy options to create an ongoing TeamChild/Oasis legal clinic partnership. Duties also include community education, outreach to clients and potential referral sources and collaboration on community based projects that serve TeamChild’s and Oasis Youth Center’s client base.

More info here.

The Law Office of William D. Hochberg: 2018 Summer Internship  

The Law Office of William D. Hochberg is looking for a 1L/2L student who wants to work in a small but busy plaintiff practice law office.  We specialize in helping injured people through the workers’ compensation system, as well as representing those injured as the result of someone else’s negligence.  Our office is located in beautiful downtown Edmonds, and this is a paid position with the rate of pay depending on the student’s qualifications and experience.  This intern will have the opportunity to work closely with our attorneys and clients, learn case intake and analysis skills, perform research, draft pleadings and assist with trial and witness preparation, as our practice is litigation-based.  The intern would also have the opportunity to attend depositions and hearings as the opportunities arise over the course of the summer.  Please submit a resume, 2 writing samples and a list of references via email to info@hochberglaw.net.

Webinar:  Equal Justice Works, Student Debt Relief BasicsEJW Logo

Date:  December 29, 2018

Time:  8:00 am

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!

Rolling: Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, Staff Attorney, Central and Eastern Washington

The Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (NWIRP) seeks a Spanish-speaking third-year law student, law graduate (including those pursuing a judicial clerkship) or attorney to provide direct representation, community outreach and education to individuals seeking legal assistance in a variety of immigration matters. This position would begin after the February or July 2018 bar exam.

This position is expected to be based in Eastern Washington, in either NWIRP’s Granger or Wenatchee Office. These offices serve a client base consisting largely of farmworkers and their families.  The successful candidate will be informed of the placement by May 1, 2018.

More info here.

Due January 10:  JustLead Washington:  Director of Equity & Community Partnership

The Director, reporting to JustLead’s Executive Director, will design and implement JustLead’s anti-racism work in partnership with the Executive Director and Senior Education Consultant and with guidance from the volunteer-led Washington Race Equity & Justice Initiative. In 2018, this work will largely focus on supporting Alliance for Equal Justice (civil legal aid) organizations that are developing and enhancing equity strategies and practices within their organizations and inter-organizationally; the Manager will also work with other justice system and community partners.

Services will include trainings on topics such as implicit bias, structural racism, and managing conflict and organizational change; consultation to support creating and implementing organizational equity initiatives; and the development of and connection to racial justice resources and accountability measures for organizations and advocates. The Manager will directly provide services and engage volunteers and external organizations and consultants to help identify and advance our community’s collective priorities around racial justice.

More info here.

Summer fellowships, clerkships and internships: Peggy Browning Fund, KCPA, Institute for Justice, Pacific Legal Foundation, Legal Voice, ACLU, and more!

Due January 12:  Peggy Browning Fund 2018 Summer FellowshipsPeggy Browning Fund

Funded positions for 1Ls & 2Ls in labor-related organizations throughout the United States and 1 funded part-time position in Chicago.

The Summer Fellowship Program provides stipends to 1st and 2nd year law students who dedicate this time to advancing the cause of workers’ rights.  We routinely collaborate with over 150 participating law schools and selected mentor organizations nationwide.

Summer Fellowship stipends will be a minimum of $6,000 per student for the ten-week employment period.  In many cases, mentor organizations will supplement the stipend. (See each fellowship description for details)

We recruit interested students and work closely with our mentor organizations to ensure that each fellow will experience unique and challenging work assignments.   Our strong relationships with leading national labor leaders, labor attorneys and labor law professors make our fellowship program the preeminent one of its kind.

More info here.

Due January 12:  King County Prosecuting Attorney Summer 2018 externships

This is a 10-week program for students during the summer between their first and second years of law school.  Externs must be able to work full time, 8:30 to 4:30 p.m. for a minimum of ten weeks.

The externship program is designed to give students a meaningful experience and exposure to our law practice. It is an excellent way to become acquainted with the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, pursue an interest in criminal law, and determine whether trial practice is a future career path. The extern positions are unpaid, but many law schools offer credit for externship programs.

More info here. 

Due January 12: Institute for Justice Summer 2018 Clerkships

The Institute for Justice’s summer clerkship program provides an unparalleled opportunity for select law students to substantively contribute to IJ’s cutting-edge civil-rights litigation. Clerks conduct legal research; help develop litigation strategies for active and potential cases; and draft discovery requests, motions, and briefs filed in both state and federal court.  Clerks have been involved in projects as diverse as:

  • Researching and preparing a United States Supreme Court cert. petition regarding just compensation in an eminent domain action.
  • Participating in moots for dispositive-motion hearings in a challenge to protectionist mobile vending regulations.
  • Analyzing discovery objections in a civil forfeiture class action lawsuit.
  • Assessing how to certify a new class and add new plaintiffs to an existing class action.
  • Developing litigation strategies for potential challenges to licensing requirements in several states across the country.
  • Helping prepare motions to exclude expert witness testimony and reports.
  • Drafting portions of opposition briefs to motions to dismiss and for summary judgment in both state and federal court.

More info here.

Due January 30:  Summer 2018 Pacific Legal Foundation’s Liberty Clerkships

As Pacific Legal Foundation marches toward its 45th anniversary next year, we are redefining what it means to be a public interest law firm. Our attorneys identify and litigate important legal issues to set landmark precedent that will benefit Americans nationwide. Using strategic and principled litigation, communications, and research, we battle for freedom in the nation’s courts and the court of public opinion.

PLF attorneys continue to bring and win cases in the United States Supreme Court. Again this year, PLF will be arguing an important First Amendment case before the nation’s highest court. Simply put, we know how to get cases to the Supreme Court and we know how to win. Sound like the reason you went to law school? Then you ought to apply for our clerkship program.

We seek highly motivated, principled, and liberty-minded law students for paid, full-time summer clerkships, June through August 2018, in each of our offices: Sacramento, California; Palm Beach Gardens, Florida; Bellevue, Washington; and Washington, DC.

More info here.

Rolling:  Legal Voice’s Legal Internship ProgramLegal Voice Logo

Legal Voice’s Legal Internship Program gives law students a unique opportunity to work in a non-profit legal setting while making a contribution to women’s rights! As an intern, you will work closely with staff attorneys on current issues in women’s rights law by researching legal issues, working on case development, investigating policy questions, and assisting in the preparation of written materials.

Summer Internships: 40 hours per week for a minimum of 10 weeks. Applications must be submitted by January 31 of the year in which you would like to intern.

School-year Internships: Legal Voice accepts interns year-round, with a minimum commitment of 15 hours per week for 10 weeks. Please submit your application 5 weeks prior to the beginning of the semester or quarter during which you would like to intern.

Please submit a detailed cover letter, résumé, transcript, and writing sample to CPhalan@LegalVoice.org or by mail.

More info here.

Rolling: U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Pacific District North, Labor and Employment Law Summer InternVA Seal

Portland, OR
San Francisco, CA
Seattle, WA
North Las Vegas, NV

The Office of General Counsel, Pacific District North, of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs seeks students for a volunteer internship this summer 2018. Interns will receive assignments in the area of LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT LAW. There are internship opportunities in our Seattle, Washington, San Francisco, California, Las Vegas, Nevada, and Portland, Oregon offices.

The Department of Veterans Affairs operates the nation’s largest integrated health care system, with more than 1,700 hospitals, clinics, community living centers, and other facilities. It also administers a variety of benefits and services that provide financial and other forms of assistance to service members, veterans, their dependents, and survivors.

More info here on PSJD.

Rolling:  2018-19 ACLU of Washington Legal FellowshipACLU of WA

The ACLU of Washington welcomes applications from third-year law students and recent law school graduates for its Legal Fellowship.  The Fellowship will begin in the late summer/fall of 2018 and is a full-time position in ACLU of Washington’s Seattle office.  It provides recent graduates with a unique opportunity to participate in our organization’s legal work supporting the civil rights of all Washington citizens.

More info here.

Rolling: ACLU-WA Summer Legal Internships

The American Civil Liberties Union of Washington (ACLU-WA) is pleased to offer full-time summer legal internships to interested law school students for the summer of 2018.

At the ACLU-WA, law students gain exposure to a broad range of civil liberties and civil rights issues and the opportunity to improve legal writing and research skills. Students can work in either the litigation department, or in the policy advocacy group. Students will work closely with staff attorneys on active litigation, case development, advocacy with community groups and government entities, and legal research.

More info here. 

Open Until Filled: National Center for Youth Law – Law Clerk, Summer 2018

National Center for Youth Law (NCYL) is a non-profit law firm that has transformed how public agencies support our country’s most vulnerable children, including foster youth, youth with disabilities, child sex trafficking victims, youth in the juvenile justice system, and youth of color. NCYL leads multiyear campaigns to change laws and regulations, redesign government services, and hold public agencies accountable for the well-being of children in their care through litigation and other approaches.

NCYL is currently seeking 7-10 Summer Law Clerks to volunteer for ten weeks in Summer 2018 in their Oakland, CA and Washington, DC offices.  Applications for the summer program are reviewed on a rolling basis and applications from rising 3Ls are encouraged to be submitted as soon as possible.

NCYL is interested in applicants with a strong commitment to social justice. In particular, applicants should demonstrate interest in protecting the rights of low-income children and youth.

Oakland office, more info here; DC office, more info here.