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Baltimore Neighborhoods, Inc. is a non-profit organization committed to promoting justice in housing for all people in the State of Maryland through fair housing and tenant-landlord programs and public information activities. They are seeking a summer extern to research legislative bills and housing case law before the Supreme Court. Anyone interested should email Kat Oughton at email@example.com ASAP
Want to know more about judicial clerkships? Come learn all about clerkships from those who have the insights. Join moderator, Honorable Marcia Morales Howard, from the United States District Court, Middle District of Florida as well previous federal law clerks, judicial externs, and a Trial Court Staff Attorney for an informative panel discussing the benefits of judicial clerkships. Questions to be addressed include the length of clerkships, how to apply, what qualifications are needed, and MORE!
February 5, 2013 12:00 in Room 550
Pizza and drinks will be provided for those that RSVP.
Want to get PAID this summer and gain great public interest experience? Jacksonville Area Legal Aid is currently accepting applications for summer internship positions through the work-study program. JALA welcomes candidates who are seeking experience conducting legal and factual research, drafting motions, pleadings and memoranda of law, preparing discovery and discovery responses, and assisting with court hearings, depositions and trials and drafting training manuals.
The mission of JALA is to assist low-income neighbors in the community with civil legal problems. With thirty attorneys and a thirty year history of providing high-quality legal representation in a variety of service areas, JALA is an integral part of our community’s infrastructure. Areas of service include consumer law, elder law, family law, employment law, immigration, benefits, and housing rights.
The application deadline is Monday, June 18th. Applicants MUST qualify for the work-study program. (Contact Rita Rosario in Financial Aid (firstname.lastname@example.org) to confirm your eligibility BEFORE applying.) Log on to Symplicity for more information about this position and to apply!