2023 Spring Law Clerk, TexasLawHelp.org


As a major provider of online pro se legal materials, TexasLawHelp.org strives to host high-quality content and tools that address the wide array of issues low-income Texans face. TexasLawHelp.org offers advice, legal forms, and instructions on how to navigate the courts when Texans need to represent themselves in the civil justice system or learn more about the law. TexasLawHelp.org is a collaborative effort by Texas legal aid organizations and foundations, courts, and nonprofits. It is managed by Texas Legal Services Center. 


You’ll work directly with our team to provide online pro se legal materials for low-income Texans. The law clerk will be responsible for legal and administrative functions such as conducting legal research, creating user-friendly fillable PDF forms, and helping revise website and LiveChat content.  



TexasLawHelp.org law clerks will gain a high-level understanding of the Texas civil justice system. They will gain experience in the public interest law sector, and they will increase access to civil legal services for low-income Texans by improving TexasLawHelp.org's content. By helping improve the site’s legal content and pro se form library, the law clerk will gain a deeper understanding of: 

Family Law

Protective Orders

Consumer, Housing, and Employment Rights

Public Benefits

End-of-Life Planning

Navigating Court

Plain-Language Communication 




Currently enrolled in an accredited law school. Experience with a law journal and willingness to learn Adobe Acrobat Pro is preferred. Software access and training will be provided. Writing samples are required with your resume.  

This is an unpaid internship. Reporting and oversight available for course credit during the 2023 Spring Semester.