Post an Opportunity

Interested in posting an opportunity to do social justice/public interest work? Email ATJI at atji@seattleu.edu with the following information:

Position: (Intern, Hotline representative, Tutor, etc.)
Open to: (All law students, 3L’s only, recent graduates, whether appropriate for 1Ls, etc.)
Time Commitment: (hours per week and months/semesters)
Location: (where will the student be working?)
Recommended Skills/Prerequisites: (Rule 9 certified, experience with children, etc.)
Type of Supervision and Training: (Direct supervision from an attorney, training offered as needed, etc.)
Application Process: (Submit a cover letter, resume, writing sample, email expressing interest, etc.)
Application Deadline: (it helps to set a deadline unless this is a perpetually open position)
Contact: (your name, email, phone number, etc.)
Tags: (please indicate all of the tags you want on your post from the lists below. This will allow visitors to search by time commitment, location, skill developed, and interest area.)
Legal or Non-Legal:

Description of Activity

Area of Interest 
Administrative Law
Arts
Civil Rights
Community Economic Development
Consumer Law
Criminal Justice
Disability
Diversity Initiatives
Domestic Violence
Education/Literacy
Elder Law
Employment/Labor
Environmental
Family Law
General Public Interest
Government/Regulatory
Health
Homelessness
Housing
Human Rights
Immigration
Indian Law
Judicial/Judiciary
Legislative/Policy
LGBTQ Advocacy
Mediation/Dispute Resolution
Nonprofit Management
Political Activity/Election/Voting
Prison
Public Benefits/Social Security
Public Defense
Real Estate/Land Use
Tax
Trusts/Estates
Unemployment
Women’s Advocacy
Worker’s Rights
Youth Advocacy
Other (Please Specify)
Time Commitment 
1 Time
1-10 Hours per Week (good for 1L’s!)
11-20 Hours per Week
Flexible (good for evening students!)
Summer, Part Time
Summer, Full Time
Post-GraduateLocation
Seattle
Greater Puget Sound Area
Washington State
West Coast
East Coast
Midwest
International
Skill Developed
Administrative
Case Representation
Client Interviewing
Community Education/Outreach
Court or Hearing Observation
Court or Hearing Participation
Cross-Difference Competence
Fundraising/Grant Writing
Intake and Referral
Issue Spotting
Leadership
Legal Research
Legal Writing
Mentoring/Tutoring
Networking
Organizational Management
Organizing/Coalition Building
Policy/Legislative
Suitable for 1Ls
Transactional
Other (Please Specify)Class Level
Open to Public
1Ls
2Ls
3Ls
Rule 9 Eligible
Evening Students
Recent Grads

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