Legal Aid of Nebraska Research Assistant Program
The Research Assistant Program offers students the opportunity to participate in meaningful research being conducted in a real-world setting. The goal of the program is to provide substantial experiences, with mentoring and inclusion in the research process as key elements. Simultaneously, students contribute to research and program evaluation that will improve legal services to low-income people.
Current student (undergraduate or graduate level), with
Students begin work during the first week of their academic term and will be expected to commit to participation for the full term. Time commitments and schedules may be worked out betwe
LAN does not offer compensation for student assistants, but accepts students who are able to receive academic credit from their University or who have obtained other funding.
LAN will provide desk/office space, phones, and computers to student participants.