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JusticeCorps

The JusticeCorps program presents an innovative approach to solving one of the more pressing issues faced by courts around the country today: providing equal access to justice. Each year, through funding provided by AmeriCorps and the California Administrative Office of the Courts, the Los Angeles Superior Court recruits and trains 150 diverse university students to augment overburdened court and legal aid staff who are assisting self-represented litigants in court-based self-help programs. These highly motivated and well-trained students each provide 300 to 1700 hours of service of in-depth and individualized services to self-represented litigants. The program offers outstanding opportunities for students to learn about the law and to provide a much needed service to their community.

For more information, visit the JusticeCorps website.

We recruit for the following year’s programs in late December or early January. Interested applicants can access our online application at the California Courts website. If you would like to learn more about the program, please contact Jennifer Kalish at jkalish@lacourt.org or Sheree A. Valdoria at sandaya@lacourt.org.



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