Immigration Law Intern

internship - part time, paid

Immigration Law Office
Los Angeles, CA
Closed
Posted 70 Days ago
Immigration Law Office
Los Angeles, CA
internship - part time, paid
Posted 70 Days ago
Closed

Description

Immigration Law Intern Immigration Law Office - Los Angeles, CA 19 hours agoInternshipEstimated: $23,000 - $31,000 a year Apply Now Education * High School Diploma or GED Busy and fast-paced downtown L.A. immigration law office has internship for motivated and bright candidate seeking experience in immigration law, specifically in the defense of undocumented persons in Immigration Court, as well as family-based immigration cases. This office is across the street from the L.A. Immigration Court, and thus interns will have the chance to not only gain work experience inside an immigration law office, but also obtain exposure to the Immigration Court. The attorney is a sole practitioner with 17 years of immigration law practice, primarily in defending undocumented people from Mexico and Central America. Part-time and full-time hours available. Interns receive no formal wage, but a nominal stipend of $15 to $30 per DAY, depending on hours worked. Upon successful performance, a formal employment opportunity may be available. Interested candidates should submit resume and cover letter explaining: (1) why they are motivated personally to pursue an internship in an immigration law office that is focused on defending undocumented persons in Mexico and Central America; and (2) how they will support themselves while pursuing this internship. Job Type: Internship Job Type: Internship Salary: $15.00 to $30.00 /day Education: * High school or equivalent (Required) Language: * Spanish (Required) Work Location: * One location

Skills

spanish, immigration law, court proceedings, defense, education, general practice of law, employment, lexisnexis, lexis, international law, constitutional law, administrative law, copyright law, legal research, legal writing

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