3063Fwd: [chiTUPOCC] Civil Rights Law Clerk position
- May 21, 2014Casting a wide net here-- Council for American Islamic Relations- Chicago (a great group that I work with a lot) - is looking for a summer law intern, and still accepting applications. See Rabya's email below. CAIR is an excellent group and I would highly recommend applying if you are looking, or forwarding if you know someone who's looking! They're super organized, which is sometimes more than other law nonprofit summer internships.-Nebula---------- Forwarded message ------------
From: Rabya Khan <rabya.khan@...>
Please forward to your networks- we are still accepting applications for our Summer Civil Rights Law Clerk Program:
CAIR-CHICAGO CIVIL RIGHTS SUMMER LAW CLERK POSITION
CAIR-Chicago Civil Rights Department is seeking a Civil Rights Summer 2014 Law Clerk. This is open to law students and law graduates, and is a volunteer position based in Chicago.
The law clerk will work on a range of projects and issues relating to national security/FBI, employment discrimination, racial profiling while traveling, know your rights trainings, citizenship/green card delay, prison project and other related civil rights issues.
This is an exciting experience for students who are seeking to get more hands on experience with federal court litigation, client counseling, legal research and advocacy.
Further details can be found here: http://www.cairchicago.org/intern-center/
Interested applicants should send a resume, cover letter and legal writing sample as soon as possible to rabya.khan@....
Questions- please email Staff Attorney Rabya Khan at: rabya.khan@...
Please circulate with your networks- thank you!
Council on American-Islamic Relations,
Chicago Office (CAIR-Chicago)
17 N. State Street, Suite 1500
Chicago, IL 60602
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