How you can get
involved in MLPC!
MLPC Hawai‘i For Law Students:
MLPC Hawai‘i provides externships and pro bono opportunities for law students of the William S. Richardson School of Law.
UH Law School offers the MLPC Clinic course during Spring semester. Check UH Law course info to sign up.
Law students may apply to extern with MLPC by sending a resume and cover letter at least 3 weeks prior to the start of the semester. Externs will be selected after a tour and interview with MLPC staff.
Law students may apply for pro bono or volunteer work by submitting a resume and cover letter at any time during the year. Students may be assigned to projects including research, direct legal services, and advocacy/policy projects.
UH Law Students volunteering at the KPT Community Celebration
MLPC Hawaii for other Graduate-level Students:
MLPC Hawai‘i also provides training and clinical opportunities for graduate students of the University of Hawai'i, including students of Public Health, Nursing, Social Work, Education, and Public Administration.
Non-law students may also register for the MLPC Clinic course. Please contact MLPC for more information.
MLPC is also developing curriculum for pediatric residents and medical students of the John A. Burns School of Medicine.
MLPC featured in MidWeek (Dec. 12, 2012)
KKV staff and
UH Law Students after poster presentation for "Micronesian healthcare in Hawai'i" (Spring 2011)
Contact us at:
Medical-Legal Partnership for Children in Hawai'i
William S. Richardson School of Law
2515 Dole Street
Honolulu, HI 96822
MLPC Hawai‘i For Doctors:
MLPC Hawai‘i provides trainings and presentations about social determinants of health and legal advocacy for hospitals, health clinics and educational settings. We will also provide technical assistance if you are interested in starting a Medical-Legal Partnership at your health facility.
UH Pediatricians and Pediatric Residents working with MLPC at KKV (Winter 2010)
MLPC Hawai‘i For Attorneys:
MLPC Hawai'i invites licensed attorneys in Hawai'i to join us by providing pro bono services to our families and mentoring students at our legal clinic.
Donations are also a vital way to support our work!
MLPC "Know Your Rights" workshop for
public housing residents (Fall 2012)