Law Clerk Needed — Washington, DC
Just like most other non-profit organizations in Washington, the Center for Law and Education desires a volunteer law clerk. The psychic satisfaction you get from this position won’t keep your landlord at bay for more than three seconds, but the experience will be invaluable. You’ll work with one of the nation’s premiere education advocacy organizations, advancing quality education for all students. You’ll work with experienced, sophisticated advocates who will love you for lightening their loads and who can write sterling letters of recommendation. You’ll do substantial work on substantial issues. You’ll get to test your interest in entering the non-profit advocacy world.
We will put effort into helping you develop your skills as an advocate. We prefer a commitment of at least ten hours per week for at least one semester. These hours do not necessarily need to be spent at our office, but regular visits to the office will be necessary. For summer internships, we need a commitment of full or nearly full-time for at least eight weeks. Some experience with legal research and analysis is necessary for you to do the envisioned work. Some experience in education law or practice will speed your way.
Interested? Submit a cover letter explaining your interest, a resume, and a writing sample via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Law Clerk Needed — Boston
The Boston Office of the Center for Law and Education seeks volunteer law clerks during both the academic year and the summer. Law students will have the opportunity to work on a variety of legal research and writing projects released to litigation and other legal advocacy efforts on behalf of low-income students. Full and part time work is available.
Interested students should submit a cover letter explaining their interest, a resume and a legal writing sample to Kathleen Boundy via e-mail to email@example.com.
Graduate and Undergraduate Student Volunteers Needed — Boston and DC
The Boston office of the Center for Law and Education needs students who can assist us in incorporating education and social science research findings into our legal advocacy on behalf of low-income students and parents. Volunteers with strong research, writing and analytic skills are needed to survey articles and studies in a variety of areas. Students will work with CLE attorneys, and will have the opportunity to gain an understanding of how education and social science research findings can be used in connection with legal advocacy to enforce rights under various laws governing public education.
Individuals interested in interning in Boston should send a letter of interest and resume to Center for Law and Education (Boston) via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Individuals interested in interning in Washington DC should send a letter of interest and resume to Center for Law and Education, (Washington, DC) via e-mail to email@example.com.