Make a difference for low-income Montanans and learn about the legal system as a member of Justice for Montanans serving with the Montana Supreme Court’s Self-Help Law Centers. Members of the public can go to the centers during designated hours to find legal information; download, print and fill out legal forms; get referrals to and applications for appropriate legal services or pro bono programs; and get information about community service agencies that may be able to assist with underlying non-legal issues. The member may travel to designated sites within their assigned service areas to provide one-on-one assistance to self-represented litigants and to provide remote assistance via telephone, video-conferences or online “chat” features. The member does not provide legal advice but only legal information to the customers. Members work one-on-one with people who will be representing themselves in court to make sure they have accurate and complete paperwork and have a better chance to navigate the court system. Positions are available at Self Help Law Centers in Billings, Bozeman, and two positions in Great Falls.
Childcare assistance if eligible, Education award upon successful completion of service, Health coverage, Living allowance, Relocation allowance (if applicable), Stipend, Student loan forbearance, Training
Up to $550 relocation allowance
High School Graduate
Permits attendance at school during off hours
Subject to criminal background check