Employment, Volunteer, & Internship Opportunities
Whether you are an attorney, support staff, volunteer, or student intern, being a part of Idaho Legal Aid Services is interesting and challenging work! Feel the satisfaction of helping someone in need, develop new interests and skills, and gain insights into yourself and your community. Current positions are listed below:
~~Full Time Positions~~
Idaho Legal Aid Services (ILAS) is seeking applicants for an attorney based in the program’s Pocatello Office to serve clients in Bannock, Bear Lake, Caribou, Franklin, Oneida and Power Counties. The office also serves the Fort Hall Indian Reservation and provides legal representation in the Shoshone Bannock Tribal Court. The attorney will represent clients in a variety of areas including family law where there has been domestic violence, housing, guardianships, public entitlements, senior, consumer and Indian law. Ability to speak Spanish a plus.
Volunteers are vital for us to serve our client community. Active and retired attorneys, law and paralegal students, as well as concerned citizens contribute invaluable services to our offices each year. We have attached some sample law student internship job descriptions to demonstrate some of the opportunities available to Idaho Legal Aid Services volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering at Idaho Legal Aid Services please contact the office of your choice. Or, You can fill out our volunteer information form.
If you are interested in volunteering or interning for one of our offices, but a position is not specifically listed above, please feel free to contact us.
Note: Because ILAS is a non-profit organization, we are unable to pay individuals interested in an internship, however college credits can be earned.