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Community Veteran Justice Project (CVJP) Seeking Law Clerks to assist with project that provides support to justice involved veterans and their defense attorneys. CVJP’s primary mission is to assist veterans in receiving alternative sentencing rather than incarceration for some felonies and diversion for all misdemeanors, resulting in some cases being dismissed and records sealed. Flexible volunteer work shifts (SEE website WWW.CVJP.ORG for sites/days/hours of operation) and some work can be done remotely. Depending on amount of hours volunteering may be able to help with briefs/research etc as needed.
11303 Wilshire Blvd b.257, Los Angeles, CA 90073, US
CVJP is dedicated to supporting current and former service members receive the support, information, and services they need to utilize the California Veteran Statues to achieve alternative sentencing, diversion, and an overall better quality of life.
CVJP is a project of Community Partners who has helped over 450 veterans get the services they need to live better lives. We have a holistic approach to provide free, one-on-one support to veterans by helping them utilize the California Veteran Statutes in their criminal cases as well as connect them with the mental health, housing, employment, and medical services they may also need. CVJP is a dynamic project that represents a 'paradigm changing model’ for Los Angeles County.
We'll work with your schedule.
VA Medical Center - WLA and Sepulveda11303 Wilshire BLVD B. 257Los Angeles, CA 90073
April 9, 2020