Shriver Center on Poverty Law – Spring 2020 Legal InternsComments Off on Shriver Center on Poverty Law – Spring 2020 Legal Interns
All application materials will be reviewed on a rolling basis. The Intern Hiring Committee will consider all applications immediately after applications are received.
Interns support the Advocacy team and should expect to receive assignments in any of our major focus areas – healthcare, housing, economic, and community justice – although occasional efforts may be made to allow interns to take on assignments in areas of their particular interest. Both lawyers and policy professionals supervise interns.
• Currently attending law school. • Excellent oral/written communication skills. • Dedicated, independent, and detail-oriented. • Experience working with racially and economically diverse communities. • Demonstrated commitment to the Shriver Center on Poverty Law’s mission, vision, and values.
Applications: Send cover letter, resume, writing sample, and references to the Intern Hiring Committee at email@example.com.
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