Echoing Green and Soros Justice Fellowships, Northwest Justice Project joins OPEIU 8, and October On Campus Interviews

Due October 24: 2018 Echoing Green Fellowship 3L Application Dates

“The search for the next class of Echoing Green Fellows will officially begin when the application opens on September 26. To support our 2018 applicants, we will be sharing a series of tips, resources, and opportunities over the next couple of months.

The application timeline:
• Application Opens: September 26, 2017
• Application Closes: October 24, 2017
• Second Round Application Opens: January 2018
• Finalists Interviews in New York: April 2018
• 2018 Fellows Announced: June 2018

To learn about eligibility requirements, Fellowship selection criteria, and to review frequently asked questions, please visit echoinggreen.org/apply. ”

Due December 7:  Soros Justice Fellowships.

The Soros Justice Fellowships fund outstanding individuals to undertake projects that advance reform, spur debate, and catalyze change on a range of issues facing the U.S. criminal justice system. The fellowships are part of a larger effort within the Open Society Foundations to reduce the destructive impact of current criminal justice policies on the lives of individuals, families, and communities in the United States by challenging the over reliance on incarceration and extreme punishment, and ensuring a fair and accountable system of justice.

More information here.

NW Justice Project staff joins together with OPEIU 8

“Northwest Justice Project (NJP) employees voted by an overwhelming margin to form a union with Office and Professional Employees (OPEIU) Local 8 on Tuesday, after a mail ballot election process conducted by the National Labor Relations Board. The group of 163 case attorneys, legal assistants, paralegals, receptionists, screeners and other employees join with thousands of OPEIU Local 8 members in social service and healthcare organizations to improve standards for all non-profit workers.

“Choosing this work and serving our clients have always given me a sense of kinship with my co-workers but never more so than now,” said Abby Goldy, attorney at NJP in Seattle. “Knowing that there was an overwhelming favorable response to the formation of our union has re-energized me for our work. With a union, I am confident we can work together towards a better organization and I look forward to our next steps.”

Northwest Justice Project is Washington’s statewide publicly funded legal aid program that provides critical civil legal assistance and representation to low-income people. These workers help keep families in their homes, advocate for children and adults with disabilities, ensure people get access to medical care, and much more. Each year, their services reach nearly 30,000 people around Washington state.”

More information here.

Due September 4 at noon:  OCTOBER OCI: Thinking about your next move professionally?

Application Deadline:  Monday, September 4, 2017 at noon.

If you haven’t submitted applications to the October OCI employers now is the time to do so. We had two new employers join the session at the end of last week so we have extended the application deadline to Monday, September 4 at noon to give all students a chance to apply for these new additions. You can view all of the October OCI postings, see the application materials requested, and apply for the positions in the OCI portal in Symplicity. The OCI application instructions are attached and can also be found in the Document Library in Symplicity.

Here is the current list of October OCI employers taking part in OCI Session 2 (October 5 & 6):

Thursday, October 5, 2017

Fikso Kretschmer Smith Dixon Ormseth PS (Seattle, WA) – interviewing 2Ls
Senate Committee Services (Olympia, Washington) – interviewing 2Ls
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Worldwide) – interviewing 3Ls
U.S. Army JAG Corps (Worldwide) – interviewing 2Ls, 3Ls, and LLMs

Friday, October 6, 2017

Klarquist Sparkman, LLP (Portland, OR) – interviewing 2Ls
*Lukins & Annis, P.S. (Spokane, WA) – interviewing 2Ls
Southern Poverty Law Center (Montgomery, AL) – interviewing 2Ls
*If you applied to Likins & Annis through the last OCI session, you should not need to resubmit applications again. Applications submitted before the July 18th deadline from Session 1 were moved to Session 2 at the request of the employer.  You can review your submission and make adjustments to it in the OCI portal under Session 2.

Here are the rest of the important dates you will need to know about for participating in this round of OCI.

OCI Interview Invitation (Preselect) Visible: Wednesday, September 20, 2017
OCI Interview Time Request Window: Wednesday, September 20, 2017 at 7:30 PM- Friday, September 22, 2017 at 9:00 AM
OCI Revised Interview Schedule Visible: Monday, September 25, 2017 at noon
If other employers wish to interview on campus in October, we will create a new session for them and share that information with you via email to make you aware of the application deadlines and interview dates related to that employer’s visit. If you have questions about this, email lawpath@uw.edu.

JOBS: Columbia Law Human Rights Legal Fellow; NJP Part-time Attorney; ACLU fellowships and more

Due July 29: The Columbia Law School Human Rights Institute 2017-2018 Legal Fellow

Application deadline: Thursday, July 29, 2017Columbia Law School Logo

The Columbia Law School Human Rights Institute invites candidates for the position of Legal Fellow for the Institute’s human rights in the US work. This position will run from September 2017-May 2018, with the possibility of renewal.

The Legal Fellow will play an integral role in strengthening awareness and implementation of international human rights norms in the United States, with a particular focus on advancing racial and gender justice, equality, and accountability.

Learn more and apply here

Due August 4: Northwest Justice Project Part-time Staff Attorney Kent/Renton

Application deadline: Friday, August 4, 2017NJP Logo

The Northwest Justice Project (NJP) is a not-for-profit law firm whose mission is to combat injustice, strengthen communities and protect human dignity through provision of civil legal services to Washington’s low-income populations. NJP seeks applications from qualified attorneys to work within our King County office on the Family Advocacy Center (FAC) project, a partnership with the Center for Children & Youth Justice, to prevent the unnecessary placement and prolonged stay of children in foster care. FAC’s offices are located at the YWCA South King County Regional Center in Renton.

Learn more and apply here

Due August 15: ACLU of Washington Public Interest Fellowships

Application Deadline: Tuesday, August 15, 2017ACLU of WA

The ACLU of Washington welcomes applications from graduating third-year low students and recent law graduates to work with us under a public interest legal fellowship. As an integral part of ACLU-WA, the fellow will work closely with attorneys in the Legal Department and/or the Policy Advocacy Group to gain practical experience through defending and expanding civil liberties and constitutional rights. The position will provide recent graduates with a unique opportunity to participate in our cutting edge legal work, gaining practical hands-on experience in a supportive and mentoring environment.

Learn more and apply here

Due August 18: 2018-2020 Christine A. Brunswick Public Service Fellowship, American Bar Association/Section of Taxation

Application Deadline: Friday, August 18, 2017

Legal Aid Service of Broward County (Legal Aid), located in South Florida, is interested in applying for a Christine A. Brunswick Public Service Fellow for the 2018-2020 Fellowship term with Legal Aid’s Low Income Taxpayer Clinic (LITC) located in both Broward and Collier County, Florida.

The American Bar Association Section of Taxation is the largest professional association of tax lawyers, with approximately 20,000 members nationwide. Its goals include helping taxpayers better understand their rights and obligations under the tax laws and working to achieve a simplified tax system that is equitable and efficient. The Public Service Fellowship program was developed in 2008 to address the unmet needs for tax legal assistance, and to foster an interest in tax-related public service among those individuals who participate.

Learn more and apply here and here

Rolling Deadline: The Center for Reproductive Rights

ART Human Rights Policy Counsel, USPA Center: The Center for Reproductive Rights (the Center) is the premier global legal organization dedicated to advancing women’s reproductive health, self-determination, and dignity.  Its mission is straightforward and ambitious: to advance reproductive health and rights as fundamental human rights that all governments around the world are legally obligated to protect, respect, and fulfill.  Headquartered in New York City, the Center has regional offices in Bogota, Geneva, Kathmandu, Nairobi, and Washington, DC and a staff of more than 130 diverse professionals.  Its annual operating budget is approximately $23 million, the result of an extraordinary growth trajectory; the Center is now poised for a new phase of significant expansion through its next Strategic Plan.

Learn more and apply here

Due October 18:  U.S. Department of Justice Executive Office for Immigration Review Legal Interns-Immigration Court Seattle Application Deadline: October 18, 2017

The Seattle Immigration Court has openings for Winter 2018 volunteer legal interns.

Projects assigned vary depending on the court’s docket but will include:

• Research and preparation of memoranda on complex legal issues;

• Drafting decisions on motions pending before the court; and

• Drafting decisions on applications for relief from removal, such as asylum, withholding of removal, and protection under Article 3 of the U.N. Convention Against Torture.

Eligibility & Qualifications:

Students who are entering their second or third year of law school are eligible and encouraged to apply. Applicants must be in current student status. Prior knowledge of immigration law is helpful but not necessary. Strong research and writing skills are required.

All applicants must be United States citizens and must successfully complete an FBI background check before beginning their internship.

Application Instructions:

Interested students must submit a cover letter detailing their interest in the internship, résumé, 5-10 page writing sample, law school transcript (unofficial acceptable), and contact information for three references by Wednesday, October 18, 2017.

Please submit all direct inquires and application materials to Anna Cleveland via email at Anna.Cleveland@usdoj.gov.

 

WA Supreme Court on domestic violence, 2017-2019 Gault Fellowship, Legal Checkup for Veterans.

Supreme Court recognizes harm to children exposed to domestic violence – parents can petition for Protection OrdersNJP Logo

The scourge of family and intimate partner violence plagues every community and causes long-term physical and emotional injuries to victims and children. Despite strong legislative safeguards, judges across the state have been unwilling to grant the full protections of the Domestic Violence Prevention Act (DVPA). NJP’s statewide campaign to ensure families and children receive the full protections of law resulted in several court rulings that dramatically improve protections for Washington families. For complete article click here.  

Due July 17: National Juvenile Defender Center: 2017-2019 Gault Fellowship

Application Due:  Monday, July 17, 2017

Recent law school graduates (Class of 2016 or 2017) are invited to apply for a two-year juvenile defense fellowship at the National Juvenile Defender Center (NJDC) in Washington, D.C. starting in September 2017.

The Gault Fellowship is in honor of the U.S. Supreme Court case In re Gault. The Gault decision extended to children many of the same due process protections afforded to adults accused of crimes, including the right to counsel. Learn more and apply here.

New online tool helps veterans identify legal issues and take action to resolve them 

The American Bar Association, ARAG® legal insurance and CuroLegal announced the launch of a new online tool, Legal Checkup for Veterans. The free web-based application helps veterans identify legal needs in their lives – and provides them with straightforward suggestions and resources to help resolve their legal issues.

The online tool is part of a signature initiative by ABA President Linda Klein to improve legal services for veterans, and will complement other resources being developed by the ABA Veterans Legal Services Commission .

“Legal Checkup for Veterans is a much-needed tool that offers a necessary first step in solving this important group’s access to justice issues,” Klein said. “It provides veterans with free and fast help in identifying their legal needs and clear paths to resolution.” Further information here.

Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, NJP, ACLU, and OCI

Due July 1: Bilingual Staff Attorney – Northwest Immigrant Rights Project – Seattle, WA

Application Deadline:  July 1, 2017, or until filled.

Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (NWIRP) seeks a full-time bilingual staff attorney to work in our Family Services Unit (FSU) in Seattle, WA.

The attorney will provide legal assistance to community members through: direct representation; individual consultations; self-help assistance in the form of community workshops and legal clinics; and community education. The attorney will focus on providing legal representation in various matters, but focusing on 1) defending individuals in removal proceedings, and 2) representing community members seeking immigration status through family visa petitions. The attorney may also be assigned work relating to other immigration matters.

Apply and learn more here.

Due July 10: Northwest Justice Project – Staff Attorney & Senior Attorney, Yakima, WA;  Senior Attorney, Pasco, WA.

Application Deadline:  July 10, 2017. 

NJP Logo

NJP pursues its mission through legal representation, community partnerships, and education to combat injustice and promote the long-term well-being of low-income individuals, families, and communities throughout Washington. NJP seeks applications from qualified attorneys committed to supporting our mission through the work of our Yakima office. NJP’s Yakima office serves Yakima and Kittitas counties. This is a full-time position.  Application deadline is July 10, 2017.

Apply and learn more here.

NJP is seeking qualified candidates willing to serve as Senior Attorney for is six-county Southeast Washington regional services office located in Pasco.  Application deadline is open until filled.

Apply and learn more here.

NJP is seeking qualified candidates to serve as Senior Attorney for its central Washington regional service office located in Yakima. NJP’s Yakima office serves Yakima and Kittitas counties.  Application deadline is open until filled.

Apply and learn more here.

Rolling Deadline:  ACLU of Washington – Seattle, WA:  Staff Attorney & Senior Attorney

Application Deadline:  Open until filled.

ACLU of WA

The American Civil Liberties Union of Washington (ACLU-WA) is seeking an attorney with five or more years of litigation experience to build, file, and litigate complex civil actions in state and federal court to protect and preserve civil liberties for all Washingtonians.

Apply and learn more here .

The American Civil Liberties Union of Washington (ACLU-WA) is seeking an experienced attorney to build, file, and litigate complex civil actions in state and federal court to protect and preserve civil liberties for all Washingtonians—work that is important now more than ever.

Apply and learn more here.

Due June 30:  South Asian Bar Association of Washington (SABAW) Public Interest Law Student Scholarship

Application Deadline:  Friday, June 30, 2017

A $4,000 scholarship will be awarded to a law student working on a discrete public interest law projector doing summer/fall 2017 public interest law internship. Applications must show either that they have contributed to the South Asian community, or that the project is connected to South Asia or the South Asian community. All applications will require an essay of no more than 500 words to show suitability to criterion, resume and any other materials the applicant deems relevant. Applications/questions should be sent to scholarships@sabaw.org by June 30, 2017.

Due July 18:  OCI: Thinking about your next move professionally?

Application Deadline:  Tuesday, July 18, 2017 at noon.

OCI isn’t just for private sector employers there are a variety of public service opportunities as well. The following employers will be participating in OCI in August:

Earthjustice
Federal Trade Commission
King County Department of Public Defense
King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office
Pierce County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office
Seattle City Attorney
Snohomish County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office
Social Security Administration
Washington State Attorney General’s Office

Want to make sure that your application materials are ready to go? Before submitting your final resume on Symplicity, ask your coach or another member of the Student and Career Services to review it.  Resumes may be submitted in hard copy to Suite 346 or via email to your coach or lawpath@uw.edu.  Please submit your resume and other application materials for review as soon as possible.  After July 7 we will do our best but cannot guarantee a complete review of your materials.  All OCI application materials must be submitted through Symplicity by Tuesday, July 18 at noon.

Now is a great time to start thinking about references.  As you compile your list, check with each reference to confirm their preferred email address and phone number.

Finally, if you wish to participate in the Fall Recruiting Program through either OCI or Resume Collections, you must complete the 2017 Fall Recruiting Participation Agreement, by noon on Tuesday, July 18.  The agreement requires that you read, understand, and agree to comply with the following three documents:

Please contact lawpath@uw.edu with any questions – we are here to help!

ACLU of Washington hiring staff attorney

Due May 1: Northwest Justice Project hiring Outreach Worker

Application Deadline: Monday, May 1, 2017

The Northwest Justice Project (NJP) seeks applications from interested individuals for the position of Outreach Worker. The Outreach Worker will work in collaboration with NJP’s Farm Worker Unit (FWU). The FWU is based in Yakima and provides legal assistance to low-income agricultural workers throughout Washington. This position is funded by a grant from the federal Office for Victims of Crime (VOCA) and Washington’s Office of Crime Victims Advocacy (OCVA) to serve individuals impacted by labor trafficking and to increase awareness of trafficking and appropriate services in vulnerable communities throughout Washington. This is a full-time position funded for three years.

Read more and apply here.

Due May 1: Staff attorney position in the crime victims unit at Northwest Justice Project

Application Deadline: Monday, May 1, 2017

The Northwest Justice Project (NJP) is a not-for-profit statewide law firm that pursues its mission through legal representation, community partnerships, and education to combat injustice and promote the long-term well-being of low-income individuals, families, and communities throughout Washington. NJP seeks applications from qualified attorneys to fill the Staff Attorney position in our CLEAR/Crime Victims (CV) unit. This position is funded under the federal Victims of Crime Act provided through a sub-contract with the state Office of Civil Legal Aid. NJP anticipates continued receipt of these funds and the positions are not subject to any specific grant or contract term. This is a full-time position. This position is located in Seattle.

Apply and learn more here.

Due May 5: Criminal defense staff attorney position with the Legal Aid Society

Application Deadline: Friday, May 5, 2017

The Parole Revocation Defense Unit has four openings in Fall 2017 for Staff Attorneys. A PRDU Staff Attorney represents clients accused of violating their conditions of release at administrative parole revocation hearings held at the Rikers Island Judicial Center, federal detention facilities, and hospital prison wards throughout New York City. The Staff Attorney also appears on behalf of clients at related habeas corpus proceedings, administrative appeals, and other post conviction proceedings. The practice is fast paced and litigation intensive.

Apply and learn more here.

Due May 31: Staff attorney with the Equal Access to Healthcare Program at the Positive Resource Center

Application Deadline: Wednesday, May 31, 2017

The Staff Attorney of the Equal Access to Healthcare Program provides legal representation and consultation to low-income clients with HIV and/or mental health issues in order to access public disability income, as well as healthcare benefits and programs such as Medi-Cal, Covered California, California’s state office of AIDS programs, Medicare, etc.

Apply and learn more here.

Due May 31: ACLU-WA hiring staff attorney

ACLU of WAApplication Deadline: Wednesday, May 31, 2017

The American Civil Liberties Union of Washington (ACLU-WA) is seeking an experienced attorney for a two-year term to build, file, and litigate complex civil actions in state and federal court to protect and preserve civil liberties for all Washingtonians.  The ACLU-WA is increasing its level of operations in order to fight Donald Trump’s broad attacks on civil liberties while continuing to vigorously move forward our work. Our goal is not just resistance; it is progress. This new attorney position will help us push forward our affirmative agenda as well as engage in fast-moving, defensive battles against the Trump administration’s policies.

Read and learn more here.

Rolling Deadline: Immigration Counseling Service hiring bilingual staff attorney


Application Deadline: Open until filled

For almost 40 years Immigration Counseling Service (ICS) has been dedicated to improving the lives of Oregon’s immigrant communities through access to affordable legal services. In 2016 we expanded our services by opening a Regional office in Hood River, Oregon. The office is located in the heart of the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, an hour east of Portland, and offers leisure activities such as windsurfing, hiking and skiing, has a strong Latino community, and local food and drink.

Apply and learn more here.

Rolling Deadline: Staff attorney position open with HIV Law Project

Application Deadline: Open until filled

HIV Law Project (HLP) believes that all people deserve equal rights, including the right to live with dignity & respect, the right to be treated as equal members of society, and the right to have their basic human needs fulfilled. These fundamental rights are elusive for many people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA). Through innovative legal services and advocacy programs, HLP fights for the rights of underserved PLWHAs.

Apply and learn more here.

Local organizations hiring students for summer externships

Due May 1: Northwest Justice Project hiring Labor Trafficking Attorney

Application Deadline: Monday, May 1, 2017

The Northwest Justice Project (NJP) seeks applications from qualified attorneys to address labor trafficking in agriculture in collaboration with our Farm Worker Unit (FWU). The FWU is based in Yakima and provides legal assistance to low-income agricultural workers throughout Washington. This position is funded by a grant from the federal Office for Victims of Crime (VOCA) and Washington’s Office of Crime Victims Advocacy (OCVA) to serve individuals impacted by labor trafficking and to increase awareness of trafficking and appropriate services in vulnerable communities throughout Washington. This is a full-time position funded for three years.

Apply and learn more here.

Rolling Deadline: Seattle Community Law Center hiring summer and school-year externs

Application Deadline: Open until filled

overcome barriers to financial and medical stability. The Disabled Homeless Advocacy Project (DHAP) provides the accommodations, resources, and encouragement necessary to keep clients who are homeless engaged in their disability claim. DHAP delivers legal aid “in the field” at local shelters and sites accessible to the homeless population. The Social Security Advocacy Project (SSAP) helps clients who have a legal problem with disability benefits that they are already receiving.

Apply and learn more here.

Rolling Deadline: Thurston County Public Defense hiring summer externs

Application Deadline: Open until filled

Thurston County Public Defense (TCPD) gives legal representation to people who can’t afford a lawyer, in criminal and dependency cases in Thurston County District Court and Superior Court.

Apply and learn more here.

Rolling Deadline: Summer externship opportunities with the Washington State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction-Equity and Civil Rights Office

Application Deadline: Open until filled

An extern would assist the Equity and Civil Rights Office and Legal Affairs Unit in providing support, information, and dispute resolution to help families and educators understand their rights and responsibilities. This will include: • Conducting legal research regarding civil rights issues affecting students and schools, including discrimination on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, sexual orientation, gender expression, gender identity, and disability; • Drafting guidance materials, tools, and resources to assist schools and families understand their rights and responsibilities; • As needed, assisting with complaint investigations, analyzing potential discriminatory practices, and resolving concerns about discrimination by students, parents, employees, and others; and • Researching other legal issues that arise in the agency, such as public disclosure and allegations of unprofessional conduct by educators.

Apply and learn more here.

Rolling Deadline: Kids In Need of Defense hiring attorney in California

Application Deadline: Open until filled

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 direct and 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 assists children who are returning to their home countries through deportation or voluntary departure to do so safely and to reintegrate into their home communities. In addition, we work to ensure the voices of these children are heard and we help them become their own advocates. Launched in fall 2008, KIND is headquartered in Washington, DC and has 10 field offices across the United States.

Apply and learn more here.

Rolling Deadline: American Immigration Council hiring staff attorney

Application Deadline: Open until filled

The Council’s legal department advocates for fundamental fairness in U.S. immigration law. It is staffed by experienced immigration lawyers who play a leading role in immigration litigation across the country.

Apply and learn more here

Washington State AGO hiring for multiple Assistant Attorney General positions

April 18: AGO hiring for two Assistant Attorney General positions in Agriculture and Health Division

Application Deadline: Tuesday, April 18, 2017

The Attorney General is the chief legal officer for the state of Washington, and the Attorney General’s Office serves more than 230 state agencies, boards, commissions, colleges and universities, as well as the Legislature and the Governor. In furtherance of its mission to deliver the highest quality professional legal services to officials, agencies, and people of the state of Washington, the AGO covers a remarkably diverse legal landscape, including social and health services, consumer protection, civil and administrative litigation, environmental law, torts, tribal law, labor law, appellate practice and criminal prosecution.

There are two positions available within the Washington State Attorney General’s Office’s Agriculture and Health Division. One position is open to all attorneys, regardless of experience, with relevant experience. The second position requires a minimum of four years of experience with litigation experience preferred.

Read more and apply here.

April 20: AGO hiring Assistant Attorney General in Spokane, Torts Division

Application Deadline: Thursday, April 20, 2017

The Attorney General is the chief legal officer for the state of Washington, and the Attorney General’s Office serves more than 230 state agencies, boards, commissions, colleges and universities, as well as the Legislature and the Governor. In furtherance of its mission to deliver the highest quality professional legal services to officials, agencies, and people of the state of Washington, the AGO covers a remarkably diverse legal landscape, including social and health services, consumer protection, civil and administrative litigation, environmental law, torts, tribal law, labor law, appellate practice and criminal prosecution.

Attorneys in the Tort Section of the Spokane Division work on a wide array of Tort, civil rights and employment cases representing an array of clients: DSHS, Eastern State Hospital, Washington State University, Eastern Washington University and other east side institutions of higher education, WSDOT, and the Department of Corrections are examples of frequent clients. Applicants can expect to litigate in both state and federal courts.

Apply and learn more here.

June 1, paid: National Association for Law Placement hiring summer publications coordinators


Application Deadline: Thursday, June 1, 2017

NALP seeks three to four summer project assistants to help update and maintain database content on its PSJD website. This is an ideal opportunity for law or graduate students who desire to supplement their income while interning or clerking in Washington, DC in the summer of 2017.

Since 2003, NALP has housed and administered PSJD.  PSJD is an online public interest/public sector jobs database for law students and lawyers seeking internships, fellowships, or permanent positions. Over 200 law schools in the US and Canada subscribe to PSJD, which contains profiles of over 14,000 public sector employer organizations and over 3,000 job listings. PSJD offers law students and lawyers the most extensive listing of legal and law-related public service opportunities available anywhere. During the summer of 2017, PSJD will continue its work toward a complete verification and update of content in its database. We are seeking students with an interest in public interest law and the nonprofit world to assist us. Hours are flexible within the parameters of normal business hours, and can be arranged around an internship or other activity.

Apply and learn more here

July 1: Center for Reproductive Rights hiring a staff attorney for their U.S. litigation division

CRR LogoApplication Deadline: Saturday, July 1, 2017

The Center for Reproductive Rights (the Center) is the premier global legal organization dedicated to advancing women’s reproductive health, self-determination, and dignity. Its mission is straightforward and ambitious: to advance reproductive health and rights as fundamental human rights that all governments around the world are legally obligated to protect, respect, and fulfill. Headquartered in New York City, the Center has regional offices in Bogota, Geneva, Kathmandu, Nairobi, and Washington, DC and a staff of more than 130 diverse professionals. Its annual operating budget is approximately $23 million, the result of an extraordinary growth trajectory; the Center is now poised for a new phase of significant expansion through its next Strategic Plan.

Read more and apply here.

Rolling Deadline: Summer Internship with the Northwest Justice Project’s Veterans Project

Application Deadline: Open until filled

Northwest Justice Project’s Veterans Project collaborates with local healthcare and social service providers to identify and address the civil legal needs of our area’s low-income veterans. Interns will collaborate with the two Veterans Project attorneys, who provide direct legal assistance to veterans, engage in community and provider outreach, attend events with local service providers, and attend weekly and monthly legal clinics in the Seattle area. More information about the Veterans Project and the work we do is available on our website, RepWAVets.org.

Read more and find application instructions here

Rolling Deadline: Equal Employment Opportunity Commission summer internship for rising 3L

Application Deadline: Open until filled

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is responsible for enforcing federal laws that make it illegal to discriminate against a job applicant or an employee because of the person’s race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), national origin, age (40 or older), disability or genetic information. It is also illegal to discriminate against a person because the person complained about discrimination, filed a charge of discrimination, or participated in an employment discrimination investigation or lawsuit.

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Seattle Field Office, is hiring for summer internships.

To apply, send an email expressing interest and attaching a resume to john.stanley@eeoc.gov<mailto:john.stanley@eeoc.gov>.

Rolling Deadline: Public Justice Center hiring Employment Rights Attorney

Application Deadline: Open until filled

The Public Justice Center seeks a passionate and committed attorney to join its Workplace Justice team.

The Public Justice Center (“PJC”) is a nonprofit civil legal organization that advocates for social justice, economic opportunity, and race equity. Combining traditional client representation, policy campaign expertise, and community action collaboration, the PJC’s projects are strategically designed to create lasting impact. The PJC uses the full range of lawyering strategies, advocating in the courts, legislatures, and government agencies, in addition to public education and coalition building, to advance its mission of “pursuing systemic change to build a just society.” For more information, visit: www.publicjustice.org

Apply and learn more here