The ACLU of Montana (founded in 1972) is an affiliate of the national ACLU (founded in 1920) and operates as a private, non-profit organization.  We are the state’s largest and most influential civil rights organization, combining litigation, policy advocacy, communications, and organizing tactics to promote a broad range of individual rights and liberties. Join our team!

2019 General Legal Program Internships

The ACLU of Montana seeks applications from current law students for its Legal Internship Program. A successful candidate would work out of our Missoula office. Our current top priority areas are Indigenous Justice, criminal justice reform, and immigrants’ rights.

2019 Indigenous Justice Legal Program Internships

The ACLU of Montana seeks applications from current law students for its Indigenous Justice Legal Internship Program. A successful candidate would work out of the Missoula office. Our current top priority areas are: Indigenous Justice, criminal justice reform, and immigrants’ rights.

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