Our Volunteers Change Lives!
Every year hundreds of volunteers join with our staff to make a difference in the lives of thousands of our low-income neighbors. In 2015, volunteers donated over 10,000 hours at Administer Justice. They are Good Samaritans stopping to provide help in the immediate crisis and hope for the future.Here are some of the ways we can use your help:
Attorneys – We provide regular CLE, malpractice coverage, mentors, varied pro bono service opportunities, and varied time commitments to match your availability with our needs. Please e-mail our Legal Services Director, Judith Miller: email@example.com and sign-up for our newsletter for free CLE notifications. Special Message for Attorneys-Click Here!
Paralegals– We work with area schools for internships and benefit greatly from your skills. Join an exciting team of like-minded people who want to see justice roll on like a mighty river across our communities.
Students and Law Students – We have relationships with most of the area schools for internship credits, law student stipends, and provide a vibrant place to gain experience, learn from experts in the field, and serve people with critical needs. We can especially use students with interest in pre-law, social work, communications, ministry and tax/financial.
Spanish Language Assistance – We serve a significant Hispanic population and while many of our staff speak Spanish most volunteer attorneys do not and we need assistance with both translation and interpretation.
Office, Hospitality, Events, Administrative, Conflict Coaching, Financial Counselors, Client Advocates and others. We have multiple service opportunities from baking cookies for clients and food at events, to event planning, to prayer for and with those in need, to being trained to provide financial or conflict coaching, to strategic planning on justice initiatives, to numerous other ways. Complete an application and explore our multiple opportunities today!
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