Thanks to a generous bequest from the Stuart M. Biegel Trust, NCLR is pleased to offer the Stuart M. Biegel Clerkship in LGBTQ Law.
The Stuart M. Biegel Clerkship in LGBTQ Law funds a clerkship for law students or recent law school graduates to work at NCLR for 8 to 14 weeks, with a preference for current students or recent graduates of UCLA School of Law. The clerk will assist NCLR’s Legal department with a range of work including litigation, policy, and the helpline, to secure progress for and protect the rights of LGBTQ people and communities. NCLR accepts clerks throughout the year, and both full-time and part-time clerks are eligible for this clerkship. The current wage for NCLR clerks and interns is $15.59/hour.
Stuart M. Biegel was a distinguished academic and steadfast supporter of social justice, including LGBTQ rights. It is NCLR’s hope that these two internships will continue his legacy of advancing civil rights for all. More about his life, research, teaching, and advocacy
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