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Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles seeks dedicated volunteers with a strong commitment to social justice who wish to help us provide comprehensive, free legal services to a diverse client population. LAFLA is committed to both providing quality services to clients while ensuring that volunteers gain meaningful experience.

If you are looking to join an organization that is client-focused, promotes access to justice, strengthens communities, and effects systemic change, then Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles is for you! With a diverse staff that includes more than 100 attorneys, paralegals, and support staff, LAFLA is one of the nation’s largest public interest law firms, providing comprehensive legal services to approximately 100,000 people living in poverty each year.

Careers

Make a change in the fight for equal justice. Join us at Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles, one of the largest public interest law firms, providing comprehensive legal services to more than 100,000 people living in poverty each year.

The leadership of LAFLA is committed to a work culture of zealous advocacy, respect, diversity and inclusion, client-oriented defense, access to justice, and excellent representation.

Pro Bono and Volunteer

Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles seeks dedicated volunteers with a strong commitment to social justice who wish to help us provide comprehensive, free legal services to a diverse client population.

Our Summer Law Clerks

Fellowships

LAFLA invites recent law school graduates interested in pursuing a public interest legal career to submit fellowship applications. LAFLA has hosted fellows from various programs, including Skadden, Equal Justice Works, and school-based fellowships.

Associates Advisory Board

LAFLA’s Associates Advisory Board (AAB) is comprised of professionals dedicated to supporting LAFLA’s mission through pro bono service, fundraising, and raising awareness of our work in the greater Los Angeles community.

Your generous support means

People facing eviction can stay housed.

Domestic violence survivors can leave abusive relationships.

Veterans needing health care get the benefits they deserve.