Legal Outreach is an organization that uses the
law as a tool to foster skills and inspire vision among students from
underserved areas around New York. Students participate in four debates
per year on topics that range from Search & Seizure and Freedom of
Speech to Equal Protection and Miranda Rights.
are needed to assist volunteer attorneys to provide representation of
unaccompanied minors in the immigration process. Safe Passage
provides free naturalization and SIJ status trainings for volunteer
attorneys and students.
- Who may apply? 1Ls, 2Ls, 3Ls, and
- When do I apply? Student volunteers are accepted on a rolling
- Whom do I contact with questions? Lenni Benson (email@example.com)
information is also available at the Safe Passage homepage: www.nyls.edu/immigration
Introduce middle and high school students to their
constitutional rights. Instruct on topics such as search and seizure laws,
police interaction inside and outside of school, the 14th Amendment and the
equal protection of the law, reproductive rights, and terrorism. Students
also prepare a moot court exercise, and the program culminates when
students present their arguments before a panel comprised of associates
and partners at the respective offices of Fried Frank; Harris, Shriver,
and Jacobson LLP; and Mayer Brown.
- Who may apply?
1Ls, 2Ls, 3Ls, and 4Ls.
- When do I
apply? At the beginning of the fall semester of each academic
- Whom do I contact with questions? Xusana
Davis or Amanda