- Prisoners’ Rights Internship , USA
Prisoners’ Rights Internship
Washington Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs
The Washington Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs, a non-profit law firm, is seeking talented undergraduate students who are committed to social justice and interested in learning about prisoners’ rights.
The Committee’s work focuses on addressing conditions of confinement for DC prisoners and the rights of and formerly incarcerated people.
Duties and Responsibilities
Responding to prisoner correspondence, including provision of information
Interviewing individuals at DC jail facilities or in our offices
Conducting research on topics related to prisoners’ rights and prisoner reentry
Handling administrative tasks supporting the Committee’s work on behalf of prisoners and formerly incarcerated people
Interns will be responsible for managing their own caseloads and participating as a member of a legal team.
How to Apply
Job posted on 22nd November 2018
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