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Internships, Clerkships, & Fellowships

Gain hands-on experience by working with legal staff to assist clients.

​Development & Outreach Intern

This unpaid position will support the Development Team, including assisting with the annual fundraising dinner and other events. View job announcement here for more information.

Law Clerkships – Fall, Spring, & Summer

Law student clerks will gain hands-on experience working closely with legal staff to assist clients with violence against women, housing, public benefits, immigration, elder law, and elder abuse issues. Assignments may include completing legal research and writing, conducting client interviews, drafting pleadings, assisting our free community legal clinics, and giving presentations on community education and training sessions. If certified, law clerks may represent individuals in court hearings. Preference will be given to applicants who can commit to longer terms of service, who have demonstrated a continuing commitment to social justice legal work, and who are bilingual.

Reach out to jobs@apilegaloutreach.org for more information.


API Legal Outreach invites project proposals from qualified third-year law students or recent graduates for Equal Justice Works, Skadden, Borchard, Abascal, Echoing Green, New Voices, Berkeley, Columbia, Harvard, Stanford Law Foundations, Bridge, or other fellowships.

Contact jobs@apilegaloutreach.org with further questions. Fellowships are associated on a rolling basis.

Youth Advisory Council

YAC is a group of high school interns who collaborate to address issues impacting API communities, such as immigration, LGBTQ issues and identities, and housing.

View our youth project page for more information.

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Founded in 1975, the mission of API Legal Outreach is to provide culturally competent and linguistically appropriate legal representation, social services, and advocacy for the most marginalized segments of the community including low-income women, seniors, recent immigrants, and youth.

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note our new suite as of 5/2021

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Volume 16: May We build A More Just Future For All

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