Volunteers Help Build Thriving, Just Communities

Thank you for your interest in volunteering at East Bay Community Law Center! If you are passionate about social justice and serving under-served communities, you’ve come to the right place.

We Are Looking for Promoters
of Justice and Builders of Community

Are you passionate about building a thriving, just community in East Bay?

Join us in serving under-served populations in our community.

Current Opportunities

Our opportunities include pro-bono student-initiated law projects, internships, fellowships, and non-academic advocacy.



Be part of the future generation of social justice lawyers and advocates!

See current Internships

Student-Initiated Projects

Be part of student-led project workshops designed for hands-on experience.

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Post-Graduate Fellowships

Expand your education as a fellow while engaging in community lawyering.

See Current Fellowships

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Volunteer to support our organization as opportunities become available.

Volunteer Opportunities

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Future Volunteer Opportunities

“My clinical experience has been foundational to my experience of law school. The law school pedagogy includes relatively little about the practice of law, but EDJY taught me both skills critical to being a lawyer and also how to put my values into practice in order to become the type of lawyer I want to be.”

Kaya McRuer, Class of 2023

“My time at EBCLC has taught me, again and again, that the mission to advocate for our communities and shape more just and equitable systems is a collective one. I will take the lessons they’ve taught me about humility, care, and thoughtfulness to every aspect of my career. I look forward to the work that lies ahead of us.”

Chae Park, Class of 2023

“One of the most special things about EBCLC is that the people there can work inside our legal system every day, learn it extremely well, and yet never give into the idea that its failures are normal, acceptable, or unchangeable.”

Samuel Charles, Class of 2023

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