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Summer Internship

NHLP is committed to training and nurturing law students who are making a commitment to careers in the public interest and we offer a supportive and rewarding experience. Our attorneys provide supervision, training, and unique work opportunities in the multi-faceted area of housing law and policy. Because our housing work crosses into other areas—domestic violence, predatory lending, racial discrimination, public health, equal access — we offer a broad and dynamic arena in which to learn and grow.

Position Description
The National Housing Law Project seeks law students for summer internships. Recent significant student work projects have included writing amicus curiae briefs; drafting testimony for Congressional hearings; submitting comments on proposed regulations; researching the impact of proposed housing legislation and regulations; drafting amendments to federal housing legislation; summarizing briefs in preparation for oral arguments; providing research assistance in drafting pleadings and motions; and drafting portions of advocacy guides used by housing advocates across the country.

Ideal candidates must possess high-caliber research and writing skills; demonstrate a commitment to working with low-income and underserved populations; and demonstrate an ability to work independently as well as a member of a team. Students will have an opportunity to develop a writing sample as part of their work. NHLP has sponsored several of its former interns for post-graduate fellowships, including Skadden and Equal Justice Works.

NHLP is happy to work with students who will be receiving credit, work study, or a stipend from their schools for their internship.

How To Apply
Applications are generally due by April; check back here for the deadline. To apply, please e-mail or mail a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and 3 references to:

Jessica Cassella, Staff Attorney
National Housing Law Project

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