PSJD is still looking for part-time Project Assistants to help manage and update the website’s jobs database. PSJD’s Project Assistants get a bird’s-eye view of the public interest law job market, and is a great summer job for any student interested in legal technology, website management, access to justice and/or public interest law in general.

If you will be working in Washington, D.C. over the summer and are looking for a way to help fund their summer public interest work or clerkship, this may be the job for you. Project Assistants are paid $13/hour for a minimum of 8-10 hours per week. Visit the PSJD website for more information (keyword NALP). Deadline to apply is Monday, May 12, 2014.