Attorney and Law Student Volunteers
Stay Housed L.A. is a coalition of legal service providers, and community based organizations, to provide free legal assistance to Los Angeles County low-income tenants in eviction defense. Stay Housed L.A. offers a variety of volunteer opportunities to law students and attorneys to help tenants navigate the eviction process. Please contact our legal service providers to learn more.
Volunteer Opportunity Descriptions
During a limited pre-scheduled timeframe, volunteers provide legal information and assistance in preparing forms to help tenants navigate the eviction process.
50-Hour Volunteer Plan
Volunteers who seek to complete a specified number of volunteer hours on a recurring basis can do so with a legal service provider.
Volunteers can learn about eviction defense law in more depth by volunteering on a regular weekly basis with a legal service provider.
Take on a full-scope eviction case by representing a tenant in court under the supervision and mentorship of a legal service provider.
Contact Legal Service Providers for Available Volunteer Opportunities
Paid Law Clerkships
Stay Housed L.A. offers paid law clerkship opportunities with legal service providers to current law students. Please visit the below postings to apply.
Stay Housed L.A. offers post-graduate fellowship opportunities by hiring law school graduates who are planning to take the upcoming California bar exam and/or awaiting bar results. Please contact a legal service provider to learn more.
Stay Housed L.A. offers a variety of employment opportunities for attorneys, paralegals, case managers and support staff roles through legal service providers. Please visit the below jobs page for each legal service provider.
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