One Justice's Justice Bus Project is traveling to Fairfield, California, USA to hold a free immigration legal clinic for low-income Californians in need. During the clinic, GGU law student volunteers will work one-on-one with clients to complete their applications for US citizenship and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) one-hundred percent free of charge (public interest/pro-bono).
***NO PRIOR EXPERIENCE IS NECESSARY TO PARTICIPATE
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Please include (1) your full name, (2) your law school class year, (3) any language capabilities, and (4) a brief statement of interest (not more than one paragraph).
The Justice Bus Project takes teams of attorney and law student volunteers from urban areas to set up free legal clinics for low-income Californians living in rural and isolated communities. These clinics provide life-changing legal assistance to low-income veterans, vulnerable seniors, children with disabilities, low-wage workers, immigrant youth, and families.
Our team works closely with law schools, law firms, and in-house legal departments to carefully match volunteer interests with the regions and communities we serve with the Justice Bus Project. Trips are usually one full day in length, although we also offer longer trips for law schools as part of alternative spring and winter holiday breaks. Justice Bus trips are coordinated through both our San Francisco and Los Angeles offices, allowing convenient departure from urban areas in both Northern (San Francisco) and Southern California (Los Angeles): http://one-justice.org/justicebus
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