Public Interest Practicum | Apply by December 17
The deadline to apply for the Public Interest Practicum is Thursday, December 17th. The Public Interest Practicum is a field placement program through which School of Law students earn academic credit for their work with Neighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles (NLSLA) in its practice representing individuals in its various practice areas, including Housing, Bankruptcy, Family Law (focusing on domestic violence practice), Public Benefits, Immigration, Disaster Relief, Self-Help, and Clean-Slate advocacy. Under supervision of NLSLA attorneys, students' work includes client intake and evaluation, interviews, advice and counsel, advocacy and representation, policy and legal research, and legal writing.
See the Symplicity posting for more information about how to apply.