Position: Legal Intern/Extern
Open to: All law students
Time commitment: Minimum commitment of 15 hours per week for 10 weeks
Recommended Skills/Prerequisites: Familiarity with and passion for women’s rights as well as excellent research and writing skills are required.
Type of Supervision and Training: Direct supervision from attorneys.
Application Process: Submit a detailed cover letter, résumé, transcript and writing sample to the contact below. Legal Voice is committed to diversity in the workplace. Students of color and students from diverse communities and backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
Application Deadline: Five weeks prior to the start of the semester during which you would like to intern.
Contact: Chloe Phalan, email@example.com, (206) 682-9552 ext. 102
Legal Voice is a regional non-profit public interest organization that works to advance legal rights for women. Legal Voice’s litigation program brings impact cases with the potential to change the law or benefit large numbers of women. We work in the areas of reproductive rights, family law, lesbian rights, civil rights, violence against women, affirmative action, public benefits, prisoners’ rights, employment, health care, insurance and education.
Legal Voice’s Legal Internship Program gives law students a unique opportunity to work in a non-profit legal setting and make a contribution to women’s rights. Interns work closely with staff attorneys on current legal issues in women’s rights law. Generally, interns research legal issues, work on case development, investigate policy issues, and assist in preparing written materials for our website and publications.