Category: Goldmark Internship

Thoughts and updates from our work.

We are excited to announce the 2018 Goldmark Equal Justice Intern, Kate Means. Kate, a second year law student at the University of Seattle, will join the Seattle Community Law Center’s Disabled Homeless Advocacy Program (DHAP) for a 10-week internship. With DHAP, Kate will assist people living with disabilities who are homeless with their claims […]

The Legal Foundation of Washington is pleased to introduce the 2017 Goldmark Equal Justice intern, Laura Ferrari-Agudelo, a second year law student from the University of Montana. Laura will intern with the King County Bar Association’s Pro Bono Services Family Law Program assisting children in immigration matters in collaboration with Kids in Need of Defense […]

The Legal Foundation of Washington is pleased to announce that Tarra Simmons, 2017 J.D. candidate from the Seattle University School of Law, has accepted the 2016 Goldmark Equal Justice Internship, a 10-week summer internship with Northwest Justice Project’s Re-entry through Service and Education (RISE) project in Seattle, Washington. Ms. Simmons will assist RISE’s state-wide team […]

The Goldmark Intern for 2015, Seattle University law student, Ingrid Zerpa spent her eight week internship with the STAR project in Walla Walla, WA where she worked to change practice related to how Legal Financial Obligations. The March 2015 Washington Supreme Court ruling, State v. Blazina (.pdf), which allows the sentencing judge to take a person’s […]