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Summer Legal Clerk

The Organization

The Advocacy Center of Louisiana protects, empowers, and advocates for the human and legal rights of people with disabilities and seniors living in Louisiana, in order that they may live an integrated life in the community, free from abuse, neglect and exploitation. The Advocacy Center assists with a variety of legal issues including, public benefits (Medicaid), special education, advocacy for rights of residents of institutions including nursing homes and prisons, cases involving issues of inaccessibility or discrimination, community integration, and issues related to self determination.

The Position

Legal Clerks will provide assistance on to Advocacy Center attorneys.  Legal Clerks will assist attorneys on matters including legal research, investigation, advice to clients, negotiation on behalf of clients, and representation in court and administrative proceedings. We can usually arrange for some client contact and attendance at administrative or court hearings with our attorneys if this is of interest to the student.

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