NWCLC's staff attorneys are on the front lines in the fight for justice for consumers, but they cannot do what they do without a lot of  support. That's where our volunteers come in. Whether it's processing the daily mail or conducting initial intake interviews with potential new clients, they keep our organization running - which keeps the fight for consumer justice alive.

Volunteer Opportunities

Our volunteers enjoy the satisfaction of making a difference to Washington consumers. They can also gain invaluable office experience and connections in the legal world. Those interested in a volunteer position should email us with a cover letter and resume.

We are currently developing our pro bono program for lawyers - please check back soon!

Work-Study Program

NWCLC has partnered with the Washington State Achievement Council (WSAC) and is a participant in their State Work Study program. If you are a student at one of the participating colleges and universities, NWCLC may be able to offer you a paid position under this program.

For more information, contact the Student Employment or Financial Aid office at your college or the visit WSAC website.