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The Center for the Rights of Abused Children has helped 500,000 children and counting.
Join our mission to protect children, change laws and inspire people – to ensure every abused child has a bright future.
The Center for the Rights of Abused Children is expanding and seeks an entrepreneurial and creative attorney to litigate cutting-edge constitutional cases, in both state and federal courts, to secure the constitutional rights of abused, abandoned, and neglected children.
The Center for the Rights of Abused Children is expanding and seeks an entrepreneurial, creative, and collaborative attorney to advise, support, and represent older foster youth who are transitioning out of the foster care system; work to remove barriers to foster children’s educational success; and represent children and caregivers in dependency cases.
At The Center for the Rights of Abused Children, you will receive hands-on experience working alongside our legal and policy teams to defend children’s rights in Arizona’s juvenile court through our pro bono Children’s Law Clinic, litigate civil rights cases nationally, and develop impactful legislation for Arizona and beyond. The Center for the Rights of Abused Children law clerks work with our associates to research federal and state child welfare laws, draft pleadings and memos, conduct policy research, participate in legal trainings, and attend court hearings and legislative debates when possible.
Our clerkship program offerings vary by semester.
Summer: Paid law clerk opportunities for second and third year students.
For-credit or volunteer externships for first year students.
Fall & Spring: For-credit or volunteer externships to all students.
Contact Kileen Lindgren with questions or to submit an application: firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and must include a letter of interest, résumé including GPA, and a writing sample.
“I am passionate about living out my faith in the service of all children.”
“As a foster parent, my heart ached for what this child had suffered. As an advocate for constitutional rights, I was incensed at the injustices she experienced. ”
Senior Vice President and Legal Director
“You can't outsource love. There is no government program to fix this. You have to get in the game.”
Founder & CEO