Application Deadline: February 21, 2017
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The law student will be supervised by MLSA’s Litigation Director and will provide litigation support to MLSA attorneys, as well as direct telephone advice to clients.
For 50 years LAF has provided people living in poverty in metropolitan Chicago with comprehensive free legal services to resolve non-criminal issues.
Reporting to the elected Board of Supervisors, the Public Defender directs the work of over 1,150 employees, including 700 attorneys, and provides free legal defense for those who cannot afford counsel.
The Earl Carl Institute (ECI) at Thurgood Marshall School of Law on the campus of Texas Southern University, is seeking a full time and a part-time attorney for its Opal Mitchell Lee Property Preservation Project.
The Maryland Office of the Public Defender (OPD) seeks a dedicated attorney for the Post Conviction Defenders Division. OPD provides superior representation to indigent defendants throughout the State of Maryland. The Agency’s vision is for Justice, Fairness, and Dignity for All.
New Mexico Legal Aid seeks a staff attorney to be based in Hobbs, NM. The attorney will handle a variety of cases in Hobbs and Lea County in southeastern New Mexico. Case work will include family law, housing law, consumer issues, public benefits cases and other issues.
The Maryland Office of the Public Defender (OPD) seeks an experienced and dedicated litigator to serve as an Assistant Public Defender in Dorchester, Somerset, Wicomico, and Worcester Counties located in the Eastern Shore of Maryland.
Job Summary: In partnership with the Syracuse Housing Authority, the Reentry Clinic is providing legal services through the Juvenile Reentry Assistance Program (JRAP), a multi-state program funded by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development.