The Rural Summer Legal Corps program connects public interest law students with civil legal aid organizations to address pressing legal issues facing rural communities. Apply for the Rural Summer Legal Corps here!
Selected participants will begin the summer with intensive training from poverty law experts on housing, domestic violence, public benefits, migrant farmworkers, Native American, and family law. After the training, the law students will return directly to their host site to continue their 8-10 week placement.
The Rural Summer Legal Corps is open to law students who have completed their first or second year of law school by the start of their summer.