About Justicecorps

JusticeCorps is an AmeriCorps program that places college students and recent graduates in the Bay Area Superior Courts where they assist litigants who cannot afford attorneys. JusticeCorps "members" provide procedural assistance and legal information in the areas of: family law, small claims, housing and restraining orders. Members, serve eight hours a week for the duration of the academic year. They work one on one with customers and do not do administrative work.

One year full-time fellowships are also available for graduates who will have earned a bachelors degree before the start of the program in August.


Access2Justice Intern

June 2019 - August 2019 Hayward, CA
“I liked how you are able to engage with litigants and understand court documents. You are helping low income people who really need guidance. I learned about evictions, landlords, divorce, child custody, child support, parentage, etc... It was a great experience and I got to work with other college students in the Bay Area. ”

JusticeCorps Intern

June 2019 - August 2019 Chatsworth, CA
“Every day was enjoyable because you knew what to expect generally (types of cases) but never knew what to expect with people’s personalities, backstory, and/or goals. Even with some challenges, I loved being at the courthouse.”
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