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The Justice & Diversity Center

Education Program Volunteer Opportunities for Attorneys and Non-Attorneys

 

The Justice and Diversity Center’s education programs work year-round to provide opportunities and advice for students and new attorneys.

Volunteer opportunities for attorneys:

  • Facilitate legal-theme projects in public schools and community based youth programs
  • Mentor first-generation high school students on the college application process
  • Coach or score high school students for mock trial competition
  • Prepare students for legal internships
  • Share law school and professional experiences with undergraduates
  • Advise law students and young attorneys as they build their careers
  • Help create legal-theme curriculum for public schools     
  • Be a court tourguide for elementary and middle school students

Volunteer opportunities for non-attorneys:

  • Share law school experiences with undergraduates
  • Mentor first-generation college-bound high school students
  • Help create legal-theme curriculum for public schools    
  • Mentor first-generation high school students on the college application process
  • Plan college campus events

Time Commitment
The time commitments range from one hour total, to mentoring weekly over a threemonth period.

Learn more

To learn more about these volunteer opportunities, read more about the following programs:

Contact

Contact Yolanda Jackson at yjackson@sfbar.org for more information about volunteering.