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Shriver Center on Poverty Law – Spring 2020 Legal Interns

Opening/Closing Date:

All application materials will be reviewed on a rolling basis. The Intern Hiring Committee will consider all applications immediately after applications are received.

Position Overview:

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

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