11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. AKST
internship/apprenticeship roles & responsibilities
By volunteering your time and expertise to ALSC, you are helping low-income Alaskans and their communities have access to the justice system that they might not have been able to obtain otherwise.
Interns/ Apprenticeship roles and responsibilities may include the following: community outreach and education , partnership presentations, client and witness interviews, legal research and writing, discovery review and briefing.
Due to limited funding, we are unable to pay a salary or reimburse any transportation expenses that may be incurred. An internship with ALSC must be on a voluntary basis or funded by an outside source.
eligibility & position requirements
All client information and case matters are confidential and may not be disclosed. Written documents are to be held in confidence unless otherwise specified by the lawyer handling the case. All employees must assume the highest degree of confidentiality and integrity in the best interest of ALSC's clients and will adhere strictly to all policies that serve to protect the client/ attorney relationship.
number of positions open
ALSC assists clients who are facing critical civil legal issues ranging from consumer law, family law, housing problems, public benefits, healthcare, Alaska Native law, and other areas specific to veterans or the elderly.