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Pro Bono Law Clerk

Maslon LLP is looking to hire a volunteer Pro Bono Law Clerk to work under the supervision of Maslon attorneys on a variety of litigation and transactional pro bono matters at the firm. Specific assignments will vary; however, historically the law firm has handled such pro bono matters as: legal research and drafting amicus briefs on civil rights matters, death penalty work, immigration, orders for protection, Wills for Heroes, housing, and legal assistance to small/low-income businesses and non-profits.

This is a volunteer (unpaid) part-time position (approximately 10 hours per week), and candidates must be law students in the 2021-2022 academic year. The position will begin in the fall and continue for the remainder of the academic semester. A year-long (fall and spring semester) commitment is preferred. In the past, some students have been able to convert this position to an academic externship for credit in the second semester.

Interested candidates should submit their cover letter, resume, law school transcript, and a writing sample to Angie Roell, Legal Talent Manager, at angie.roell@maslon.com.

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