We are currently looking for a data entry & basic research volunteer. You will need to be adept at CRM and have a PC, access to the internet, and have references, due to the nature of the data. This is a volunteer-from-home opportunity.
Prospective volunteers are welcome to express interest so that they can be added to our email list, and we will be in touch if we develop an appropriate need in the future.
Please complete the form to the right and include your LinkedIn profile in the comments section, if you have one.
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The Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project co-counsels with local attorneys (usually from law firms) in our cases. This involves a substantial commitment of time and resources, as you will be acting as co-counsel of record on behalf of a potentially innocent prisoner. If you are interested in partnering with MAIP by serving as co-counsel on one of our cases, please complete our form.
MAIP also uses local volunteer attorneys to comprise our Screening Committee. Members of our Screening Committee read and consider files from prisoners who are seeking our assistance to determine whether they should be sent to a student group for factual investigation. The files typically consist of questionnaires from the prisoners, legal documents including appellate briefs and decisions, and occasionally lab reports and other evidence from the prisoner’s trial. Attorneys on the Screening Committee must attend a mandatory training session and be prepared to devote at least several hours a month to the work.
Our Screening Committee is currently at capacity, with a waiting list. If you would like to be added to our waiting list, please complete our form. And, please stay engaged in our work by signing up for our mailing list.
We also sometimes have pro bono opportunities for lawyers who are interested in policy work, writing amicus briefs, corporate-governance issues, and employment law.
Students are an integral part of our work. Each semester and over the summer, we hire several law students as unpaid interns. Interested students should send a resume, cover letter, writing sample, unofficial transcript, and two references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Unfortunately, we do not have any current internships for undergraduate students.