University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law - Assistant Professor of Lawyering Skills - Homeless Advocacy Clinic

14 Jan 2021 10:55 PM | Michael Murphy (Administrator)

THE UNIVERSITY OF THE PACIFIC, MCGEORGE SCHOOL OF LAW is hiring an Assistant Professor of Lawyering Skills to direct its Homeless Advocacy Clinic. The clinic will join the three other clinics that form Community Legal Services (CLS): Bankruptcy, Immigration, and Elder & Health Law. CLS has been providing pro bono services to our Sacramento community for over 40 years. CLS has been providing “socially distanced”  in-person services to vulnerable populations during the pandemic, as it has been deemed an essential service.

The Homeless Advocacy Clinic has been operating for the last two years as part of the Elder & Health Law Clinic.  CLS has received a grant to now enable it to spin off the Homeless Advocacy Clinic as a stand-alone clinic.  Please see an application link below, and contact Molly Stafford at for additional information.


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