Clinic: Placements - 2011

In conjunction with our Spring 2011 Child Advocacy Clinic, HLS second and third-year students will work at a variety of organizations serving children. Students can register for our Spring OR Winter/Spring clinic option. 

Through our Spring clinical option, students will be placed at the local Massachusetts organizations listed below.

Through our Winter/Spring clinical option, students will placed at the out-of-state organizations listed below during January 2011.  In the Spring, each student will return to Cambridge but will continue working remotely for the same organization during the Spring term.  As indicated below, we are offering one local Winter/Spring placement at the District Attorney's Office in Boston.

Spring Placement Sites

Boston Juvenile Court (BJC)

Cambridge Juvenile Court

Center for Law and Education (CLE)

Children and Family Law Division, Committee for Public Counsel Services (CAFL) – Administrative Office

Children and Family Law Program, Committee for Public Counsel Services (CAFL) – Boston Trial Office

Citizens for Juvenile Justice (CfJJ)

Department of Elementary & Secondary Education (ESE) Legal Office, Massachusetts

District Attorney's Office (DA's Office), Child Protection Unit, Family Protection & Sexual Assault Bureau, Suffolk County

Medical Legal Partnership (MLP) | Boston

Office of the Child Advocate (OCA) 

Office of Councilor John Connolly

Youth Advocacy Department (YAD)

Winter/Spring Placement Sites

Center for Children’s Law and Policy - Washington D.C.

Children's Rights, Inc. - New York City, New York

District Attorney's Office, Child Protection Unit, Family Protection & Sexual Assault Bureau, Suffolk County - Boston, Massachusetts

Equal Justice Initiative - Montgomery, Alabama

Fostering Media Connections - San Francisco, California

Juvenile Law Center - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

National Center for Youth Law - Oakland, California

Youth Advocacy Center - New York City, New York

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