Employment & Volunteer Opportunities

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES:

Accepting Applications
The LGBT Bar is always seeking positive, highly skilled, articulate, and motivated individuals. Interested parties should send their information to info@lgbtbar.org.

INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

Internship applications are currently closed. 

The National LGBT Bar Association offers three summer internships at our headquarters in Washington, D.C.

Programs Intern: Assist with our ongoing and conference programming. Each year, we host the Lavender Law® Conference and Career Fair, attended by more than 1,500 law students and legal professionals. As Programs Intern, you will help us prepare for the conference while interacting with some of the top legal minds in the country.

Development Intern: Assist with conference sponsorships and organizing the largest minority legal career fair in the country. Help ensure that law students and attorneys find their dream jobs, while also taking advantage of the opportunity to connect with our vast network of legal professionals.

Legal Intern: Assist with legal research and policy work. Experience the nonprofit world while interacting with pro bono counsel at Am Law 100 firms. Attend multiple events around the nation’s capital related to current policy and legal issues. Please note that this internship is open only to current law students and recent law school graduates.

Law Student Congress Opportunities:

Regional Chairs
The LGBT Bar’s Law Student Congress is the only national LGBTQ+ law student organization in the nation. If you would like more information on leadership opportunities for this group, please email Judi O’Kelley at judi@lgbtbar.org.

Volunteer Opportunities:

The LGBT Bar is always looking for passionate volunteers to help with all aspects of our work. From preparing for our Annual Lavender Law® Conference and Career Fair to taking part in a Lobby Day, there is always something to do at the Bar.

For more information, please contact us at info@lgbtbar.org, with Volunteer Opportunities in the subject line.