Volunteers Needed!

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10th Feb 2015


Please note that due to the large volume of inquiries, API Legal Outreach can only respond to inquiries matching our current needs. Please limit all inquiries to e-mail.

40th Anniversary Celebration Event Volunteers

API Legal Outreach’s Anniversary Celebration: This event is a great opportunity to meet lawyers, judges, social justice advocates and community leaders. College and law students are especially encouraged to get involved. The ticket price will be waived for volunteers in exchange for a minimum commitment of 5 hours of service on the day of the event. Areas for volunteer service include dining setup, decorations, silent auction, children’s activities, ushering, post-event duties, and other assistance as needed. For more information or to sign up, please contact volunteer [at] apilegaloutreach.org.

Development and Special Project Volunteers

Social justice organizations like API Legal Outreach depend on the help of volunteers to thrive. Current areas in need of volunteers include social media , web 2.0 marketing, event coordination, community building and outreach, fundraising, and grant research. Those with experience with or interest in Salesforce.com, Quickbooks, and/or design software for web and print are also invited to apply. Please e-mail your CV to volunteer [at] apilegaloutreach.org.

Volunteer Attorneys

Are you an attorney between jobs? Want to get some solid family law, immigration, or elder law experience? Volunteer with API Legal Outreach! Our volunteers have a solid track record for finding employment in the public interest community. For more information, please contact jobs [at] apilegaloutreach.org.

Pro Bono Attorneys

In addition to in-house volunteer placements, we also work with private law firms on pro bono cases in a variety of areas, including domestic violence, elder abuse, and anti-trafficking. Our largest project focuses on obtaining immigration relief for immigrant domestic violence survivors through the Violence Against Women Act and other immigration laws. For more information, please contact Christine Hoang at choang [at] apilegaloutreach.org.

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