Hawai?i Appleseed Center will host law students in their second or third year of law school, graduate students and some undergraduate students as an extern/intern earning academic credit. Under the direct supervision of one of our attorneys, students will conduct research on issues affecting the low-income population of Hawai?i, help prepare potential litigation as well as participate in pending cases. Assignments may include drafting policy briefs, legal manuals, litigation memos and pleadings. Students may also be assigned projects that involve discovery and trial preparation.
Interested law students, graduate students, and undergraduate students should contact Hawai`i Appleseed Center to express interest in working with us for a time frame adequate for projects to be developed and required paperwork from academic institutions completed.
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Law students from William S. Richardson School of Law at the University of Hawai?i-M?noa interested in fulfilling their 60 hour pro bono requirements are encouraged to consider Hawai`i Appleseed as a hosting agency. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.