The National Legal Aid & Defender Association (NLADA), founded in 1911, America’s oldest and largest nonprofit association devoted to excellence in the delivery of legal services to those who cannot afford counsel, seeks a Major Gifts Officer.
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Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid (MMLA) is seeking an attorney to work with victims of sexual assault and domestic violence, including student victims.
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CHILD ADVOCACY UNIT
Maryland Legal Aid announces the availability of two staff attorney positions at the Baltimore City Child Advocacy Unit for qualified applicants.
NMLA is seeking a Staff Attorney for our office in Silver City. The Silver City Staff Attorney will play a vital role in NMLA’s advocacy efforts throughout southwestern and south central New Mexico.
For over twenty-five years, TCRP has used legal advocacy to empower Texas communities
and create policy change. Today — with dozens of high-caliber attorneys and professionals
NAPW seeks a Staff Attorney with substantial impact and complex litigation experience at the trial and appellate levels to assist in legal advocacy and litigation activities for the organization. The focus of the Staff Attorney position will be on advancing reproductive justice.
Two Elder Justice AmeriCorps members will work alongside MLSA’s Elder Justice Legal Fellow in our Victim Rights Practice Group to provide civil legal assistance to elder abuse victims across the state of Montana, as well as education to service providers, stakeholders, and community members.
The Tech Fellow will work on various technology initiatives for client service delivery at MLSA. This is a 10-week, 400 hour commitment during the summer of 2017, based in MLSA's Missoula office.
For 50 years, LAF (formerly Legal Assistance Foundation) has provided free civil legal aid to people living in poverty in metropolitan Chicago. Each year LAF’s attorneys, volunteers, and staff help resolve legal problems, including domestic violence, consumer fraud, and unfair evictions.