Free Migration Project is looking for a legal intern who is passionate about advocating for immigrants’ rights, including the right to migrate freely and remain, and challenging the current immigration system. This position is open to law students or undergraduate students with preferably some background in immigration law or advocacy and Spanish fluency. The position is unpaid and anticipated to last from September to December.

The intern will assist with current client deportation defense cases, including legal research and writing, client interviews, and possible attendance in court; provide campaign support, including engaging with community organizers and elected officials; and assist with public education and outreach to promote open migration policies.

To apply, please email the following items in pdf format to david.bennion at

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • Unofficial law school transcript (undergraduate transcript if you are an undergraduate student)
  • Writing sample
  • List of two references