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All currently open positions are hybrid/local; work must be performed must be performed in or near Los Angeles, California. 



DRLC’s Civil Rights Litigation Program accepts law clerks during the school year and the summer. Law clerks in the Civil Rights Litigation Program primarily assist attorneys with investigation, research, and drafting in current and prospective cases in all areas of disability discrimination. This is a volunteer position. To apply to be a law clerk in the Civil Rights Litigation Program, click here.

Attorneys seeking to assist with civil rights cases and advocacy are welcome to apply. To learn more about pro bono opportunities for attorneys within DRLC’s Civil Rights Litigation Program, click here.

Cancer Legal Resource Center (CLRC):

CLRC welcomes students interested in working in a dynamic legal team to serve those affected by cancer. Volunteers gain hands-on experience, enhance their research and writing skills, and directly assist people with cancer and their families. To apply for CLRC internship/externship and summer law clerk opportunities,

click here.

Through the Professional Panel, CLRC offers attorneys the opportunity to help people navigate their cancer-related legal concerns. Common issues affecting those with a cancer diagnosis include insurance, housing, workplace rights, and advance planning. For information about joining the CLRC Professional Panel, click here.

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