Attorneys: Pro Bono Opportunities
Students: Internships & Post-Graduate Fellowships
Law Students & Undergraduate Students
Students are invited to inquire about volunteer projects and internships with PIRC during the academic year or summer. Opportunities are available for students to work with PIRC's legal staff and administration.
Law school graduates and LLM students interested in applying for a post-graduate fellowships hosted by PIRC should contact PIRC at least three months prior to the particular fellowship proposal deadline.
Prospective fellows are requested to submit a preliminary letter of inquiry to PIRC indicating the particular fellowship sought, requisite deadlines and eligibility requirements, and a brief description of the project you wish to propose in your fellowship application.
To learn more about securing fellowship funding, visit these and other organizations supporting the work of innovative public interest law fellows:
Volunteers: Current Opportunities
PIRC invites community volunteers to assist us with language support, administrative assistance and other special projects.
PIRC maintains a list of volunteers with language skills who are able to provide interpretation and/or translation services on behalf of detainees with limited English proficiency. Volunteers control the types of services and amount of time they wish to dedicate to this project. When language skills are needed, PIRC contacts volunteers directly for assistance. Simply enlisting for the registry in no way obligates a volunteer! To enlist on the Language Registry, download and complete the Language Registry Form.
To get involved please download and complete the Volunteer Application Form.
Current Volunteer Needs