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How to Find Volunteers and Research Assistants

Attorneys working in pro bono, public interest, or with low-income or disadvantaged clients may request the assistance of law students through MJF.

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Find A Volunteer

Through MJF public interest and pro bono attorneys can find law students to help with client intake and interviewing, community legal education, courtroom representation, fact investigation, legal research and writing, government paperwork, or special projects.

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Find a Research Assistant

There are two programs in place for research assistance. One is the Volunteer Independent Research Project (VIRP), and the other is Legal Scholarship for Equal Justice (LSEJ).

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2017 Summer Clerk Agency Applications

Since 1983 MJF has been raising funds and placing law students in full-time, paid, summer clerkships with public interest and poverty law agencies throughout the state. If your agency received an MJF clerk in 2016, MJF must have your evaluation of the 2016 clerk before you will be eligible for a 2017 clerk.

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