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Use Ginsberg's Connect to Community portal to search for opportunities to engage in the local community. Community partners from across the area share their one-time, group and on-going opportunities, allowing you to search for the best fit for your interests and schedule.   

Please see below for a sampling of service and volunteer law-related opportunities in Washtenaw County and beyond:

Attorneys
List of law firms based in Ann Arbor/Washtenaw County

Community Service
Center for Independent Living

Dawn Farms (addiction rehab)

Domestic Violence Project, Inc. SAFE House of Ann Arbor

40-hour crisis intervention training

826michigan (tutoring)

Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN) of Washtenaw County (homeless families)

International Institute of  Metropolitan Detroit

Michigan United

Neutral Zone (center for teens)

Ozone House (teen runaways)

Shelter Association of Washtenaw County (single homeless)

Courts
Internship opportunities are available at the Washtenaw County Trial Court year-round. Those interested in a non-paid internship that allows exposure to the judicial process should contact the individual judges’ offices directly.

Court - Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) (Requires 30 hours of training)

Education Outreach Programs in Washtenaw County (includes Summer Sports Camp)

Local Government
Brian L. Mackie, Prosecuting Attorney
prosecutormackie@ewashtenaw.org

Lloyd E. Powell, Washtenaw County Public Defender
powellle@ewashtenaw.org

Internship Program, email Tim Niemann, First Assistant Public Defender, niemannt@ewastenaw.org

ACLU of Michigan Volunteer Opportunities