OrganizationJames B. Moran Center for Youth Advocacy
The legal work of the Moran Center is carried out in the juvenile court, adult criminal court, civil courts, and in the schools. Three summer law clerk positions are available to support each practice within the Moran Center - criminal, school, and general civil law. Please review the attached description of the three clerk positions for instructions on how to apply or visit the website.
- We will accept applications from law students/grads who have funding.
- We will help law students/grads find external funding if needed.
- We will accept applications from work study law students.
- We will accept applications from law students seeking academic credit or participating in an externship through their law school.
- We will accept applications from law students/grads who do not have funding.
About the Organization
The Moran Center operates as a public/private partnership providing youth law and social work advocacy to the low-income community. The organization’s legal practice involves juvenile and adult court as well as administrative advocacy in special education and school discipline matters. We also help people clear their criminal histories through expungement, if possible.