nnJob DescriptionnBusy and fast-paced downtown L.A. immigration law office has internship opportunities for applicants seeking experience in the legal field, specifically in immigration law. nnThis law office focuses primarily on the defense of undocumented persons in Immigration Court as well as family-based immigration cases. The office is located across the street from the L.A. Immigration Court, and interns will have the chance to not only learn about the workings of a law office but also acquire valuable exposure, interaction and experience with Immigration Court cases, by assisting in filings and attorney appearances. nnPart-time and full-time internships are available. There is no formal pay, but a nominal stipend not to exceed $10 to $20 (PER DAY) may be provided. Upon successful performance of the intern, a formal employment opportunity may be available. nnPlease apply with: nn-- a cover letter explaining why applicant seeks and merits an internship at an immigration law office focused on defending undocumented persons and aspiring immigrant; and nn-- a resume, including academic credentials (degree, GPA). nnSubmissions lacking a cover letter and resume, or containing spelling or grammar errors, will not be answered. nnJob RequirementsnInterns may perform a wide range of duties typical of a law office, such as: nn-- retrieving and organizing filesn-- photocopying n-- answering phones and taking messagesn-- relaying messages to other staffn-- greeting clients inside the officen-- light cleaning of waiting area, breakroom, and other office areasn-- filing documents at the courtn-- taking mail to post office or couriern-- inputting events on office calendarn-- assisting attorney in office and at courtnnDepending on the skill, progress and performance of the intern, further tasks may be offered to the intern. Successful performance of tasks will lead to consideration for possible future employment.