Law School Student Freedom Opportunities
If you have a passion for justice, we need you in this fight.
Human Trafficking Justice and Freedom International offer third-year law students, and recent law graduates an experience like none other. Students who choose to fight for human trafficking survivors will change lives while building strategic thinking skills, innovative lawyering, and gain leadership skills that are necessary to any area of law you choose to practice. Furthermore, if your application is approved, you can start building a professional identity that merges social impact into daily practice- we help develop skills you will need after law schools, such as legal research, writing, communication, and multi-tasking.
Qualifications For Law Students: We are seeking a third-year law student or a recent law school graduate who has a deep passion for justice and freedom. Must be in good academic standing with no honor code violations.
Other Volunteer Opportunities
Human Trafficking Justice and Freedom International also accept volunteers, including paralegals, private investigators, and student interns, to work with and provide support to our organization with research and writing projects related to our policy advocacy efforts. We also need volunteers to assist with fundraising and marketing efforts. All volunteers must undergo an interview and have a firm time commitment to HTJFI. As such, you should carry yourself in a professional manner at all times and your work be of the highest quality.
How To Apply
Thank you for your interest in becoming a Freedom Fighter with Human Trafficking Justice and Freedom International. Please submit a cover letter along with your resume, recent law school transcript (unofficial) along with a brief writing sample of why you wish to work with HTJFI to defend survivors of human trafficking. Please also provide three-character references, including their email and phone number. We will contact you by phone or email to schedule a zoom interview if we are interested. Please NO PHONE CALLS.
“I didn’t know I could have this kind of impact. But doing something I love is making a difference.”.