MALDEF is the nation’s leading non-profit Latino civil rights law firm. Founded in 1968, MALDEF works to safeguard the civil rights of Latinos and to increase the community’s ability to participate fully in American society.
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Reporting to the Grants & Contracts Manager and the Admin Director of Training, Technology and Other Support.
Community Legal Services of Mid-Florida (CLSMF) is seeking an Housing Staff Attorney for our dynamic, non-profit law firm located in Daytona.
Community Legal Services of Mid-Florida (CLSMF) is seeking a versatile Paralegal to join our expanding, non-profit law firm located in Orlando. Funded by a collaborative grant with HSN Orlando through October 2017, this position also serves as the SOAR designee.
Become a leader in the Court of Huntingdon County as an advocate for domestic violence survivors, work with rural survivors to create safer access to legal services in remote or isolated rural population centers and provide education and advocacy about providing justice for survivors of domestic
Staff Attorney – Public Benefits/Veterans Benefits (Orlando)
The Appalachian Research and Defense Fund of Kentucky, Inc. (AppalReD) is recruiting for a staff attorney in its Barbourville Office located at 700 Pitzer Street, Suite 1, Barbourville, KY.
SALA serves 9 counties in Arizona and 11 Indian Reservations. The Casa Grande office is located in a rural environment which covers Pinal and Gila counties. The Managing Attorney will be required to supervise two staff attorneys, one paralegal, two Tribal Court Advocates and two support staff.
Grants and Contracts Associate
Make a Change for the Better…Work with Legal Aid
The Texas Civil Rights Project (“TCRP”) seeks an attorney for its Racial & Economic Justice Program. This position is based in our Alamo, Texas office in the Rio Grande Valley and will focus on impact litigation and other advocacy on behalf of immigrants and their communities.