Legal Aid Jobs

California Legal Aid Job Board – Nonprofit, Internship, and Legal Job Opportunities

LAAC’s Legal Aid Job Board connects you to nonprofit, internship, and legal job opportunities across the California. Our job board is specifically tailored for lawyers, law students, legal assistants, nonprofit professionals, and passionate individuals seeking to make a positive impact. LAAC links you with job openings at our member programs, helping you uncover amazing opportunities to make a difference in the lives of low-income Californians.

Law Student Internships and Legal Internships in California

Law students and aspiring legal professionals can benefit from hands-on experience and networking opportunities through a selection of law student internships and legal internships in California. Gain valuable exposure to the legal world while working with experienced attorneys and legal professionals in various practice areas.

If you are looking for broader public interest jobs, or opportunities outside of California, we recommend The Impact Fund job board, which includes a fantastic weekly bulletin.

LAAC Members:

Job postings are free for members of the Legal Aid Association of California (LAAC). 

Follow these instructions to create an account and post your job listings. This streamlined process saves you time and keeps you in control. Jobs are typically approved within 2 business days.

Are you trying to manage your job listings? You can log into your dashboard here.


Organizations that are not LAAC members may post jobs for $75 each or $250 for unlimited postings for a year. All postings must be related to public interest legal work. Requests from organizations that are not LAAC members will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Please contact us at with “Response Requested” in the subject line to arrange for payment and posting.

LAAC believes in salary transparency. LAAC will not post job opportunities that do not include a salary range. Not only is this California law for most employers beginning in 2023, but salary cloaking is also inequitable and leads to greater wage gaps based on gender and race.