The Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless is looking to select up to 5 dedicated and qualified Georgetown Law students to serve as Lane Evans Home Court Fellows during the 2015 spring semester. These students will gain direct experience working with the legal and political issues facing people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness in Washington, D.C. by assisting the Legal Clinic in a variety of cases, projects and initiatives.
Home Court Fellows are expected to dedicate thirty (30) hours during the spring semester working on projects for the Legal Clinic prior to the Home Court game. Each fellow will be matched with a Legal Clinic staff member who will supervise the fellow's work. The thirty hour commitment can be scheduled at the Fellow's and the clinic staff’s convenience, and there is no expectation that Fellows will work during spring break.
All hours of legal work will count towards the Pro Bono Pledge, and all Home Court Fellows will be honored at the Home Court basketball game.
Look for the application in your Law Mail inbox or stop by OPICS to pick up a hard copy. Application deadline is Tuesday, January 20.
Posted by Lauren Dubin at 2:39 PM