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The next few questions are about the types of legal work you performed during your PILI Internship.
Direct Legal Services is defined as legal services by an Intern directly to a client or group of clients, typically including long-term engagement by the client for assistance with a legal issue or matter. Direct Legal Services may include representing a client in court proceedings, drafting legal documents as part of a long-term client's case, or negotiating on behalf of a client with another party.
Brief Legal Services is defined as legal services by an Intern who does not represent the client or take over the entire case, but performs specific services such as appearing at one hearing, or providing legal advice at a legal help desk or through a hotline.
Other legal work is defined as legal or policy research/writing, drafting/reviewing legislation, lobbying, class actions/impact litigation, field investigation, and community outreach.
For this section, provide exact numbers if you can, or your best estimate if exact numbers are not available.
Of your direct service clients, how many were (clients may fit multiple categories):
Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact PILI's Attorney Program Manager Arthur Surratt at 312-832-5130 or by email.