"Working in the public interest you have a singular ability to
stand up for society's vulnerable and under-represented and pursue the
ideal of equal justice."
- John Keller, Supervising Attorney, LANC-Wilson
"Duke Law Inspires Alumnus to Pursue Poverty
Law Magazine, Spring 2003]
LANC selected for
Balanced Life Workplace Award"
by NC Association of Women Attorneys (NCAWA)
Legal Aid of North Carolina regularly lists job postings to seek
qualified professionals who are interested in and concerned for the
problems of low-income people. Job applicants must demonstrate an energetic
commitment to justice for low-income individuals and an ability to relate
effectively to diverse clients. Interviews are typically performed at
the office for which the position is available; however, preliminary
interviews may take place at remote locations such as during on-campus
Legal Aid of North Carolina also partners with law schools to provide opportunities
for law students and recent law school graduates. Interviews are typically
conducted each year on campus at local and regional law schools.
Fellowships and Internships
LANC also offers various
fellowship and internship
About Legal Aid of North Carolina (LANC)
Legal Aid of North Carolina is
a nonprofit, 501(c)3 law firm that provides free legal services in civil
matters to those whose income falls below 125% of the federal poverty
guidelines. Legal Aid of North Carolina operates in all 100 counties through 24
offices and also operates
units that focus on special areas of the law. As a statewide, diverse
program, Legal Aid of North Carolina's staff includes multiple attorneys with 10+
years of experience as legal service advocates. Legal Aid of North Carolina is committed
to strong support and mentoring of its entire staff. Legal Aid of North Carolina
advocates are encouraged to develop effective working relations with
community organizations and client groups and to pursue issues of special
interest that will strengthen their ability to serve clients.
Aid of North Carolina is an equal opportunity employer.*
Minorities, women, the elderly and the disabled are encouraged
The materials contained on this website
are for information and educational purposes only and do not
constitute legal advice.
Also please note that Legal Aid of North Carolina does not
provide legal assistance by E-mail. Contact your Legal Aid of
North Carolina office or a private attorney if you need to speak
to an attorney regarding your particular situation.
Legal Aid of North Carolina is a statewide, nonprofit law firm that
provides free legal services in civil matters to low-income people in
order to ensure equal access to justice and to remove legal barriers
to economic opportunity.