The Washington Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs D. C. Prisoners’ Project seeks a talented law student committed to social justice to work a part-time internship during summer 2015. The intern may work remotely with occasional in office meetings. Please see the attached job description.

The ABA Commission on Domestic & Sexual Violence is seeking a staff attorney for its training and technical assistance team.  the full job description can be found here.

WWH seeks an attorney dedicated to its mission and passionate about serving our clients, specifically the LGBT community and people living with HIV. The applicant must have a minimum of five years of legal practice experience. Candidates with expertise in our practice areas are strongly encouraged to apply and are preferred. The applicant must also have at least one to three years of supervisory experience. Applicants must be a member of the District of Columbia Bar or eligible to waive in immediately. Additional membership in the Maryland and/or Virginia Bar is preferred. See the full announcement here.

Berkeley Law School’s Samuelson Law, Technology, and Public Policy Clinic is seeking a teaching fellow to begin on July 1, 2015.

The fellow will have the opportunity to gain experience teaching and supervising law students while also providing representation to a variety of public interest clients in the law and technology arena.

The official posting and instructions on how to apply are here:

Please email any questions to Catherine Crump, who is associate director of the clinic (ccrump@law.berkeley.edu).

Judge Amy Berman Jackson of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia is accepting applications for judicial internship positions for fall 2015.

Interns will research substantive and procedural legal issues and draft written recommendations for resolving those issues. They will also be responsible for detailed editing and citation checking. Additionally, interns will have regular opportunities to observe court proceedings.

This unpaid internship is open to all law students. Interns during the semester are expected to work a minimum of 15 hours per week, preferably over two full days a week.

Applications should contain a cover letter, resume, transcript (unofficial is accepted), three professional or academic references, and a short writing sample of 15 or fewer pages that reflects the applicant’s research and analytical skills.

Please send all applications by email to Judge_Jackson_Internships@dcd.uscourts.gov. Please title the subject line as follows:

Fall 2015 Intern Application: [applicant’s name]

Please do not mail applications. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

Questions may be directed to chambers by phone at 202-354-3460 or to the above email address.

The University of the District of Columbia, David A. Clarke School of Law anticipates adding four or five clinical teaching fellows in the 2015-2016 academic year.  The announcement can be found here.

University Legal Services, the protection and advocacy program for people with disabilities in D.C., is seeking a staff attorney to work in its Client Assistance Program. The posting is attached.

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