Legal Secretary/Client Services/Intake Staff – Full-Time
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Performs advanced technical and consultative services for the Child Support Division’s Family Initiatives Section; work involves planning, developing, and implementing the Noncustodial Parent Choices (NCP Choices) program and other projects in the Father &Noncustodial Parent Involvement Proje
COMMUNITY ACTIVISM LAW ALLIANCE JOB OPENING:
Vacancy Number 300767
Position Type: Faculty position with benefits package
Opens: 03/24/17 Closes: Open Until Filled
Position is open until filled, and applications submitted by April 20, 2017 will receive priority consideration.
The Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network (RMIAN) is a nonprofit organization that provides free immigration-related legal services to individuals in immigration detention and to children. RMIAN has an opening for a full-time Detention Program Senior Staff Attorney starting May 2017.
Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberlands has an immediate opening for the Director of Development based in its Nashville office.
NLS is looking to hire a second community development attorney (0-3 years’ experience) for the Reno office. The community development attorney will represent resident community groups and non-profit organizations in endeavors aimed at revitalizing low-income neighborhoods.
The Department of Public Defense (DPD) provides legal representation and client-centered services to the more than 15,000 clients DPD serves a year. The Department consists of approximately 400 employees and operates one of the largest public defense agencies in the western United States. DPD represents indigent clients in several practice areas, including felonies, misdemeanors, juvenile offenders, dependencies, involuntary commitment, civil commitment of sexually violent predators and contempt of court. The Department also works to address racial disproportionality in the criminal justice system, the collateral consequences of justice involvement and other structural and/or systemic issues that undermine the rights of the criminally accused.
DPD is seeking an Assistant Training Director to work closely with the Training Director in the recruiting, hiring, and training of interns, lawyers, and support staff. This person will act as the liaison between the Department and schools where interns/externs are recruited including forming and maintaining relationships with professors, clinical programs and placement offices. This position will also work with the Training Director in the design and implementation of a comprehensive training program for new staff attorneys and interns and the organization and distribution of training materials, legal manuals, online resources, educational videos, and more. The ideal candidate will be committed to high-quality public defense, have excellent organizational skills, attention to detail and be up to date on national trends in public defense. The Assistant Training Director serves on the Department's Leadership Team and reports directly to the Training Director.
To provide professional legal services for the Law Offices of the Public Defender in representing juvenile and adult indigent clients in areas of litigation, appeal, counsel, research and analysis.