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Volunteer Spanish Interpreters Needed

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The Immigration Clinic at the School of Law is looking for Spanish speaking volunteers.  The School of Law Clinical Program provides free legal services to low-income clients in the Northwest Arkansas area.  Although volunteers will work primarily with clients seeking immigration benefits, they may also have the opportunity to work with clients in the Juvenile Defense Clinic, Civil Clinic (divorce, custody, landlord-tenant), and Bankruptcy Clinic.

If you are interested in the legal field, this would be an excellent opportunity to be exposed to legal issues.  This is an excellent resume builder, and an opportunity to develop relationships with professors and future attorneys. 

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 The University of Arkansas Law School Legal Clinic was founded in 1975 to give students hands-on skills training by representing real clients in real life legal situation, and to provide a much needed service to the Northwest Arkansas community. Since our founding, the program has grown to encompass seven clinics handling over 900 cases a year. From criminal defense to bankruptcy, immigration to employment law and wage theft, non-profit law to human trafficking issues, students in the clinic are working to provide needed legal services to our local community and to the state of Arkansas.

Spanish Fluency Required
CausesJustice & Legal Legal Services
SkillsCommunications Help w/People Legal Office Work
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Location: Robert A. Leflar Law Center, 1045 W. Maple St., Suite 107, Fayetteville, AR 72701