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The Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama
Located in Birmingham, HICA assists immigrants with a variety of programs, including assisting victims of crimes in obtaining immigration relief. There are opportunities for legal interns during the school year.
Arizona Legal Women and Youth Services
ALWAYS offers summer and semester internship opportunities to law students. Among other things, legal interns help conduct client intakes, research legal issues, perform record searches for documents needed to assist clients, and help prepare for litigation. ALWAYS represents women and youth in an array of legal matters, including T-Visa applications.
Coalition to Abolish Slavery & Trafficking (CAST)
CAST provides numerous services to trafficking victims, including extensive legal services involving direct representation and training. CAST lists volunteer opportunities on their website, including legal opportunities for persons currently enrolled in J.D. programs.
Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network (RMIAN)
RMIAN’s Human Trafficking Project offers free legal services for detained immigrant adults and immigrant child victims of human trafficking, legal training on T-visas, and holistic support. RMIAN takes legal interns in the fall, spring and summer.
Legal Aid Society of Hawai’i
In addition to other practice areas, Legal Aid Society of Hawai’i represents children and adult immigrant victims of human trafficking, domestic violence, sexual assault, and other victims of violent crimes through applications for immigrant crime victim visas. The Society accepts laws students for externships.
National Immigrant Justice Center
NIJC accepts part time interns for their Counter Trafficking Project. The project provides comprehensive legal services and case management for children and adult survivors of human trafficking.
Among other areas, LAF assists victims of human trafficking apply for T-visas. Over the summer, LAF hosts full time interns for ten weeks.
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The Advocates for Human Rights
The Advocates for Human Rights runs a number of legal advocacy and direct representation programs. Among them is the Worker Protection Project which analyzes, proposes, and advocates for laws against labor trafficking and exploitation. The group accepts interns and fellows for five different sessions throughout the year.
The Urban Justice Center
The Sex Worker Project accepts 2-3 legal interns in the Immigration or Criminal/General practices area. Interns assist with T-visa’s or work in criminal court assisting clients and staff attorneys.
Her Justice works in all 5 NYC boroughs to represent women in family, divorce, and immigration matters. Her Justice offers internships programs for the summer and throughout the school year.
The Volunteer Lawyers Project (VLP)
VLP’s Immigration Program, through the International Institute of Buffalo, is also funded to represent noncitizen survivors of domestic violence (funded by Neighborhood Legal Services) and human trafficking so that they may obtain special relief under U.S. immigration laws. VLP seeks to obtain “T” Visas or other immigration relief for these clients, and continues to handle their cases through the permanent residency application process. Law students can join VLP as volunteers, interns, externs or pro bono scholars.
Empire Justice Center
Among other areas of law, the Empire Justice Center assists immigrant victims of crimes obtain legal status. Empire Justice recruits legal interns to assist in litigation, public policy and advocacy initiatives. Depending on the project and the office location, interns gain hands on experience working with clients, in both the courts and the legislature.
Legal Services of Southern Piedmont (LSSP)
LSSP runs an Immigrant Justice program, which includes providing legal services to victims of human trafficking. LSSP recruits law student volunteers for the summer months.
Community Legal Center, Immigrant Justice Program
The Immigrant Justice Center provides immigrant relief, including T-Visas, to low-income residents of the greater Memphis Region. Community Legal Center accepts both law students and college students.</li></<