Thank you for your interest in helping WomensLaw.org.
Please select one of the following:
I am fluent in Spanish and would like to help translate the site.
We want to help as many Spanish-speaking survivors of domestic violence as possible. If you're fluent in both Spanish and English, you can help! Portions of our site are currently translated into Spanish, but large portions are still not translated.
Spanish translation volunteers can work from our Brooklyn-based office or from home. You can volunteer to work on just one page, or on a continuing basis.
If you're interested, please email Nina@WomensLaw.org. We'll send you a volunteer application and set things up.
I am a law school student interested in an internship with WomensLaw.org.
Right now, we are only looking for a fluent Spanish-speaking, law student intern for the Summer of 2011. You must be fluent in spoken and written Spanish. Please see the link here
for more information.
I am a lawyer or domestic violence expert interested in helping WomensLaw.org.
WomensLaw.org relies heavily on legal and domestic violence professionals throughout the country to make sure our content is as complete and up-to-date as possible. If you can help us:
* Update the content we currently have for your state;
* Create new content for survivors of domestic violence;
* Know more about resources in your community that help survivors; or
* Know more about what content would be useful to you or your clients,
please email Nina@WomensLaw.org and let us know!
I am interested in updating shelter listings for WomensLaw.org.
We need people to help us to double-check the contact information for the resources we list on our site. If you're interested in helping, please email Nina@womenslaw.org.
I have my own website and would like to help direct people to WomensLaw.org.
If you have your own website, please consider linking to www.WomensLaw.org
in a prominent place. If you'd like to place a logo on your website for WomensLaw.org, or if you need further information on the information and services we provide, please contact Nina@WomensLaw.org.
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