IowaCASA is hiring for 2 law clerk positions

IowaCASA has a need for up to two part-time Law Clerks to begin work in the summer of 2020. These are paid positions. Duties will include research, writing, and client interviewing in the areas of education law, administrative law, housing and employment law, with some family law, immigration and civil rights. Clerks will have the opportunity for client contact and the opportunity to assist with the legal needs of survivors of sexual assault, focusing on victims of sexual assault on college campuses or in secondary schools. Currently, the IowaCASA staff is working remotely. The law clerk will be working remotely as well until otherwise determined.

About IowaCASA:

  • IowaCASA is a statewide nonprofit that provides a friendly, fast-paced work environment.

  • IowaCASAs legal assistance provides civil legal representation to both adult and child victims of sexual assault.

  • IowaCASA maintains an agency commitment to promote a society free from sexual violence.

Position open until filled by qualified applicant(s).

Please send cover letter and resume to

Additional Information: The Iowa Coalition Against Sexual Assault is a vibrant organization working to unite people and organizations to promote a society free from sexual violence and to meet the diverse needs of survivors. IowaCASA is a progressive organization, and works towards goals that will improve the well-being of survivors in many aspects of their lives. We support disenfranchised groups and actively work on anti-racist initiatives. IowaCASA is a small, statewide non-profit organization that provides a friendly, fast-paced work environment.

IowaCASA’s continuing success depends upon the qualifications of the individuals the agency employs. IowaCASA is an equal opportunity employer. In accordance with state and federal law or local ordinance, the agency will ensure that the following personnel matters will be administered without regard to age, race, creed, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, religion, or disability.


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