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Trans/Nonbinary Law Graduates of Color Grant Fund 

In 2022, the National LGBTQ+ Bar Association and Foundation established a need-based grant available to graduating transgender and/or nonbinary law graduates of color. The 2023 Trans/Nonbinary Law Graduates of Color Grant Fund will award three unrestricted $1,000 grants, to help offset the costs associated with the period of time between graduation and taking the Bar Exam/employment. Accepted grantees will also receive a 1-year free membership with the National LGBTQ+ Bar Association.

2023 U.S. Law School Graduate
Trans and/or Nonbinary
Person of Color
Registered to take a U.S. Bar exam in the summer of 2023 or first legal job does not start until September 1, 2023 or later.

Applications due April 1, 2023 by Midnight Eastern Time.


Law School Scholarships for LGBTQ+ and Ally Law Students 

The LGBTQ+ Bar offers three scholarships of $2,500 each, annually. Students must be accepted or enrolled at least half-time in an ABA-accredited law school to be eligible, and must complete an application. Scholarships will be awarded to one incoming 1L student, one rising 2L student, and one rising 3L or 4L (enrolled in evening or part-time program) student.

The LGBTQ+ Bar’s Scholarship Committee will evaluate each of the applicants by June 1 of each calendar year; decisions will be based, in significant part, upon demonstrated commitment to working though the law to achieve equality for LGBTQ+ people. Funds are granted on an unrestricted basis and may be used for tuition, housing, books, transportation, living expenses, bar application/study expenses, or any other law school-related expense.


2023 Judge Paul G. Feinman Scholarship 

The International Association of LGBTQ+ Judges established the Judge Paul G. Feinman Scholarship in 2021. Judge Feinman exemplified what is best about our nation’s legal community and judiciary. This scholarship is to assist you as you create your own path of passion and commitment to justice, as our friend Judge Feinman always did.

The Judge Paul G. Feinman Scholarship will be awarded annually to a law student who has demonstrated a commitment to the LGBTQ+ community and will be working (as a judicial intern, extern, clerk, etc.) with a judge or judicial officer at some time prior to the student’s graduation from law school. Special consideration will be given to students who will be

working with a member of the International Association of LGBTQ+ Judges.
The scholarship is in the amount of $2,500. Scholarship funds are unrestricted and may be used for tuition, housing, books, transportation, living expenses, bar application/study expenses, or any other law school-related expense.

To learn more about the scholarship, please watch this video announcement or visit our website.


Clinical Fellow

The Harvard Law School LGBTQ+ Advocacy Clinic is seeking a new Clinical Fellow!
The Clinic is looking to sponsor a fellow for the 2023-24 fellowship application cycle. The Clinic will work with the fellow to seek appropriate sources of funding.

Application Procedure

To apply, please send a resume, law school transcript, letter of interest, project proposal, and writing sample to, with the phrase “LGBTQ+ Advocacy Clinic Fellow Application” in the subject line. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

JLI Community Justice Fellow

The Bernstein Institute for Human Rights is looking for a Community Justice Fellow to support the expanding work of the Jailhouse Lawyers Initiative. The Jailhouse Lawyers Initiative (JLI) is a collective of current and formerly incarcerated jailhouse lawyers, law students, lawyers and advocates that provide legal training and support to a growing national network of currently incarcerated people. The JLI’s work centers around three areas of impact:
-Building a national network of current and former jailhouse lawyers
-Co-developing legal education and empowerment trainings and curricula for currently incarcerated people
-Raising the profile of the work of jailhouse lawyers and law clerks to garner recognition by the legal profession, outside advocates, and legal institutions.

There are currently 500 active JLI members working as legal advocates both inside and outside the U.S. prison system. These jailhouse lawyers are able to advocate for themself and others, using their legal knowledge to challenge convictions, defend parental rights, and demand improved conditions from within prison walls.


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In compliance with NYC’s Pay Transparency Act, the hourly rate for this position is $40-$40. New York University considers factors such as (but not limited to) scope and responsibilities of the position, candidate’s work experience, education/training, key skills, internal peer equity, as well as market and organizational considerations when extending an offer.


Applicant should submit (1) a cover letter addressing the qualifications described above (2) a resume or curriculum vitae; and (3) the names and contact information for three references.
Submit these materials to:, with subject “JLI Community Justice Fellow” in the subject line of the email.

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis with an ideal start date no later than March 1, 2023.

Tuttleman Legal Empowerment Fellow

The Bernstein Institute for Human Rights at NYU School of Law is excited to announce the search for a Tuttleman Legal Empowerment Fellow. The Fellow is supported through a generous gift from the Tuttleman Foundation, and is for a one year period with the possibility of extension.

The Bernstein Institute is a center at NYU Law committed to challenging legal systems that exclude, marginalize, and oppress. We support and train community justice advocates, law students, and lawyers on legal empowerment methods as a way to actively challenge inequities here in the U.S. and around the world. We are the only U.S. legal academic center dedicated to advancing research, education, and advocacy on legal empowerment in the United States and globally.


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In compliance with NYC’s Pay Transparency Act, the annual base salary range for this position is $70,000-$70,000. New York University considers factors such as (but not limited to) scope and responsibilities of the position, candidate’s work experience, education/training, key skills, internal peer equity, as well as market and organizational considerations when extending an offer.


Applicant should submit (1) a cover letter addressing the qualifications described above; (2) a resume or curriculum vitae; (4) two writing samples not edited by anyone other than the applicant; and (5) the names and contact information for three referees.
Submit these materials to:, with subject “Tuttleman Fellowship” in the subject line of the email.

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until February 18, 2023 with an immediate start date thereafter.

National LGBTQ+ Bar Part-Time Internship

National LGBTQ+ Bar is looking for interns for Spring 2023! If you are interested or know a law student who would be perfect for this internship Have them apply!

The Williams Institute – Daniel H. Renberg Law Fellow

The Williams Institute seeks a law fellow to engage in cutting-edge and high-quality research and analysis related to sexual orientation and gender identity law and public policy. The Daniel. H. Renberg Law Fellow will further the Williams Institute’s mission by conducting legal and multi-disciplinary research on discrimination facing LGBTQ people, LGBTQ health, LGBTQ families, and criminal justice, among other topics. The Law Fellow will provide research and writing support to senior scholars at the Institute and will contribute to self-published reports, academic articles, public comments, amicus briefs, and other Institute work. The position will be for two years and will be based in Los Angeles, California.

Deadline to apply: February 5, 2023

ACLU Arizona – Legal Internship


Interns will gain valuable experience by working with the team on a wide variety of issues. Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to the following:
• Conduct legal research and analysis
• Draft legal memoranda, briefs, or other legal documents as assigned
• Participate in discovery and trial practice as opportunities arise
• Conduct factual research and analysis in preparation for advocacy or litigation
• Attend department, staff, and cross-departmental campaign meetings
• Other projects as assigned


ACLU Arizona – Legal Internship
Roles and Responsibilities:
Interns will gain valuable experience by working with the team on a wide variety of issues. Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to the following:
• Conduct legal research and analysis
• Draft legal memoranda, briefs, or other legal documents as assigned
• Participate in discovery and trial practice as opportunities arise
• Conduct factual research and analysis in preparation for advocacy or litigation
• Attend department, staff, and cross-departmental campaign meetings
• Other projects as assigned
Experience and Qualifications:
The internship is open law students who have completed at least one year of law school. Interns should possess the following:
• Excellent research skills, including internet and legal database research
• Excellent communication skills, both verbal and writing
• The ability to analyze complex legal issues
• Initiative to see projects through to completion
• Attention to detail, excellent organization and time-management skills
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
• Commitment to civil liberties, civil rights, and social justice
• Commitment to the mission of the ACLU of Arizona


Please submit a cover letter that describes your interest, a current resume, a writing sample (no more than 10 pages) and contact information for three references to Gloria Torres at Please note “Summer Internship” in the subject line of your email. No phone calls or walk-ins, please.

The ACLU is an equal opportunity employer. We value a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture. The ACLU encourages applications from all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, disability, veteran status and record of arrest or conviction. The ACLU undertakes affirmative action strategies in its recruitment and employment efforts to assure that persons with disabilities have full opportunities for employment in all positions.

We encourage applicants with disabilities who may need accommodations in the application process to contact: Correspondence sent to this email address that is not related to requests for accommodations will not be reviewed. Applicants should follow the instructions above regarding how to apply.

Litigation Counsel, Democracy Program and Bernard and Anne Spitzer Fellow

The Brennan Center seeks a talented and experienced attorney with trial litigation and appellate experience to join the Democracy Program for a Fellowship generously supported by the Bernard and Anne Spitzer Charitable Trust. We are deeply involved in the effort to thwart ongoing attacks on voting rights and fair elections and to redress race discrimination in the political process. The attorney will work on a range of democracy-related issues, potentially including voting rights and elections, redistricting and representation, money in politics, and abuse of power. This is a full-time, regular position, and not a term-limited.


The position will focus on trial litigation and appellate advocacy, including managing litigation, developing innovative legal theories, drafting legal briefs and other court filings, and coordinating amicus campaigns. Other work may include legislative and policy advocacy, legal and empirical research, media communications, and public education, based on interest and the Democracy Program’s needs.
Note: this is a hybrid position. Staff are currently working from home 2 days a week. This position is based in New York City or Washington, D.C. It will require occasional travel as well.

Note: this is a hybrid position. Staff are currently working from home 2 days a week. This position is based in New York City or Washington, D.C. It will require occasional travel as well.


The Fellowship is designed to create opportunities for experienced attorneys – mid-level or senior – seeking to shift from governmental, legislative, law firm, or corporate practice to a public interest career. The Fellowship is also open to public interest attorneys in other fields who wish to change focus to the Brennan Center’s issue areas. Those with an interest in pursuing an academic teaching career after the fellowship are also encouraged to apply.

Required: The position requires a J.D. and admission to the New York State Bar (or admission within one year of being hired).

Ideal: The ideal candidate will have some combination of the following experiences and qualifications. We recognize that many excellent candidates may not have all these experiences and qualifications and we will provide support for the successful candidate to acquire additional skills.
Substantial legal work experience, including clerkships and experience managing attorneys and non-attorney legal staff.
Experience with appellate and trial litigation.
Excellent research, writing, and analytic skills.
A creative, problem-solving mindset with demonstrated ability to turn ideas into products or actions.
Strong ability to execute complex research projects and manage projects with significant independence.
Strong organizational skills and ability to take the lead and delegate tasks as needed in a deadline-driven environment.
Strong interpersonal skills and sound judgment, including the ability to work with diverse constituencies both inside and outside the organization.


The salary is highly competitive in the field and commensurate with experience, set according to a published scale for Counsel and Senior Counsel. Senior Counsel appointments will be determined based on level of experience. A generous benefits package is provided as well.


To apply, please visit the Brennan Center and upload a cover letter, resume, references and writing sample. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis, and decisions will be made as soon as an appropriate candidate is identified. We prefer applications to be submitted through our website. If you have difficulty uploading these items as one document, e-mail them to with “Litigation Counsel, Democracy Program and Bernard and Anne Spitzer Fellow” in the subject line.

General Attorney positions


The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) is hiring to fill various Attorney vacancies on an open and continuous basis.
OCR is currently requesting resumes to fill General Attorney positions (GS-0905-11/12).

-Position is remote, however, OCR has regional offices in the following locations: Boston, MA; New York City, NY; Philadelphia, PA; Atlanta, GA; Chicago, IL; Cleveland, OH; Dallas, TX; Kansas City, MO; Denver, CO; San Francisco, CA; Seattle, WA, and Washington, DC.
-Multiple positions are available. -Current vacancies are open through May 2023.
-Applicants must have a professional law degree and have been admitted to the bar.

Next Steps for Consideration:
-Interested and qualified applicants should submit their resume and optional cover letter to ocrjobs@ed.goas soon as possible.
-Within the email, applicants must indicate the position of interest, regional office(s) for which they want to be considered, and their veteran’s status, if applicable.


Assistant County Prosecutor

Licensed New Jersey attorneys of all experience levels are invited to apply for the position of Assistant County Prosecutor.

Assistant Atlantic County Prosecutors are full time attorneys who handle serious criminal investigations and prosecutions at all stages, provide legal advice and training to law enforcement, and engage in victim services and community outreach.

Please considering joining one of New Jersey’s busiest law enforcement agencies as we work to make Atlantic County a safer, fairer, healthier and better place to live, work, and visit!

To Apply
For more information, contact To apply, email your resume and cover letter today!


Deputy Executive Director For Advocacy

The Coalition For The Homeless is currently in the process of increasing and restructuring its Advocacy Department and rebuilding its leadership. As such, they are looking for a passionate and committed individual to work in close partnership with other senior leadership as Deputy Executive Director for Advocacy (DEDA).

The DEDA will be responsible for The Coalition’s advocacy operations at both the state and local levels, including impact litigation, shelter monitoring, policy analysis, lobbying, organizing, public education, strategy, and media relations. The right candidate will have a minimum of ten years of progressively greater responsibility for advocacy, organizing, campaign, government, media relations, and/or direct service experience with homelessness, housing, poverty, public benefits, or related issues. A JD is strongly preferred and litigation experience is helpful in this role.

Salary range for this position is $175,000 – $200,000.


Development and Education Programs Assistant

The Williams Institute seeks a talented professional to help expand our development and educational events programs. The assistant will focus on engaging with annual and special-gift prospects and donors and coordinate all development and educational events at the Williams Institute.

Deadline to apply: February 17, 2023


Staff Attorney

The Williams Institute is seeking a Staff Attorney to conduct research and analysis related to sexual orientation and gender identity law and public policy. The Staff Attorney will be an experienced lawyer or legal scholar with litigation, legislative lawyering, and/or public policy experience. The Staff Attorney will provide legal research and analysis related to litigation, legislation, and regulatory and policy developments concerning issues of sexual orientation and gender identity. The Staff Attorney will also work on independent research projects to inform current issues of law and public policy.

Deadline to apply: February 15, 2023


Senior Staff Attorney or Staff Attorney

TLDEF is searching for a Senior Staff Attorney or Staff Attorney to join its growing Legal Programs Department in the Impact Litigation Project. Reporting to TLDEF’s Litigation Director, the Staff Attorney will develop and litigate cases designed to defend our communities where it matters most. While litigation focused, the person in this position will also have opportunities to participate in TLDEF’s policy advocacy and public education work.
The “senior” title will be based on experience and subject to TLDEF’s collective bargaining agreement.
TLDEF is an equal opportunity employer. Black people, Indigenous people, people of color; lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and intersex people; women; immigrants; people with disabilities, including those living with HIV; formerly incarcerated people; and people with lived experiences of poverty are strongly encouraged to apply.

TLDEF is a unionized office and this position will be part of the bargaining unit; salary range is dependent on years worked post-law school and subject to our collectively-bargained salary scale, likely $90,000 to $115,000 depending on years post law school. TLDEF offers a robust benefits package that includes 100% employer-paid medical, vision, dental, and life insurance; employer contributions to dependent healthcare; employer contributions to 401(k) retirement plan; 15 paid holidays; generous paid time off; sick time; healthcare flex spending account; and pre-tax commuter benefits.

To Apply
Submit a compelling cover letter stating your interest in working at TLDEF and what from your past work or lived experience makes you a good fit for this role; resume or C.V.; and two legal writing samples.

At least one writing sample should demonstrate your ability to research and analyze law in the context of litigation (e.g., a memo or brief of which you are the exclusive or primary author). If it doesn’t cite law or doesn’t apply law to facts, it’s not a great sample. The other can be any of your own law-related writing that shows relevant skills (memo, brief, demand letter, know-your-rights publication, law review article, pleading, public comment, etc.) Neither writing sample should exceed 5,000 words; excerpts are okay. Submissions without all required materials will not be considered.

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled. No phone calls or emails, please, unless you would like to request a reasonable accommodation for the application process. For accommodations, please contact Deputy Executive Director Maxwell Scales.

National LGBTQ+ Bar’s 2023 Virtual Career Fair

As we move forward from another successful and impactful Lavender Law® Conference and Career Fair held this past summer, the National LGBTQ+ Bar would like to inform you about a new complementary program we are launching in spring of 2023.

While Lavender Law® is the LGBTQ+ Bar’s largest program, with an unparalleled Career Fair hosting over 190 top employers each summer, the Bar has long wanted to provide additional opportunities for students who are interested in recruiting with smaller firms and/or local employers, rather than the larger firms and agencies which typically recruit at Lavender Law®. We are excited to launch an entirely virtual career fair, hosting smaller firms, as well as local nonprofits and government agencies from medium markets around the country.

Our anticipated date for this program is Saturday, March 11, 2023. This opportunity is intended for LGBTQ+ law students who are looking for smaller regional firms, an opportunity to practice in or close to their hometown or school, or a niche area of practice in a boutique firm setting.
Whether you are interested in public interest, private practice, or non-profit sector work, our new virtual career fair is the perfect opportunity to provide access to LGBTQ+ friendly employers and increase diversity within your local legal community, as well as round out career access for those of you not seeking a large firm career.

We look forward to speaking with you more about this virtual career fair as it draws closer, and ask that you share information with your fellow LGBTQ+ students as we send it to you in the coming months. Moreover, please fill out our Pre-Registration Form if you are interested in attending. If you have any questions about this program or any of the LGBTQ+ Bar’s efforts, please do not hesitate to contact Patrick O’Brien at
Saturday, March 11, 2023


The Los Angeles LGBT Center – Attorney Manager- Community Legal Clinics

Position Description
The Los Angeles LGBT Center’s is hiring an Attorney Manager of Community Legal Clinics.
During fixed weekly legal clinic office and walk-in hours at each of the 5 Center sites referenced above, the Attorney Manager, Community Legal Clinics, will meet with community members seeking direct legal services. The Attorney Manager will provide intakes and/or consultations; identify and triage legal and other urgent issues; answer legal questions; assist community members in accessing other Legal Services Department projects, clinics, pro-se workshops, and volunteer attorneys; and make referrals to other service providers inside and outside the Center.

The Attorney Manager will also provide direct oversight and development of the legal clinic office and walk-in hours at each location and remotely, with the focus being on the development of an increased capacity to provide additional legal services that are directly responsive to the current community needs at each site. Important collaborations include working with the Legal Services Operations Manager, who will allocate 40 % of their time to assist the Attorney Manager; the Legal Services Director, who will provide ongoing supervision and mentoring; staff from each project, who will have designated hours in which they provide on-call expertise; and the Volunteer Resources Department.

Qualifications and Experience
See post.

$85,000 Annually


Inner City Law Center (ICLC) – Directing Attorney – Benefits Advocacy

Posted: Janauary 13, 2023

Position Description:

ICLC seeks a dynamic manager and attorney to lead a legal services program focused on increasing disability benefits access for individuals who are experiencing or at risk of homelessness across Los Angeles County. The Director will lead a team of ICLC attorneys and paralegals who are organized into two areas: (1) a technical assistance team supporting the County’s CBEST our partner programs in assisting individuals apply for disability benefits, and (2) a hearings representation team providing direct representation to clients in administrative hearings challenging denials of disability benefits. The Directing Attorney will provide substantive legal support involving Social Security law and procedure to the team, be the lead in furthering relationships with current and new funders, ensuring compliance with grants, and coordinate the various aspects of the entire team’s work. The Director will be responsible for assuring that the Team and our partners meet grant deliverables.

Roles & Responsibilities:
-Lead ICLC’s Benefits Advocacy Team, comprised of supervising attorneys, staff attorneys, paralegals, and administrative support staff;
-Develop the team’s capacity to provide high-quality legal services;
 -Collaborate with current funders on ensuring compliance with current grant requirements and act as the team lead for prospective grant opportunities.
-Ensure that information is shared across the team, and between staff members and the management team.
-Coordinate the overall work of the team and collaborate closely with    Supervising Attorneys on the team to devise solutions to any challenges that arise.
-Serve as an integral part of ICLC’s management team and collaborate with the  Directors of ICLC’s other projects to identify and pursue client-focused solutions to system barriers.
-Serve as an ambassador for ICLC to community organizations, service providers, and government agencies,

Experience & Qualifications

Demonstrated history of building and running successful legal programs. Candidate should have at least six years of experience managing attorneys and legal projects and have a thorough understanding of the provision of legal services to low-income clients, including substantive experience representing clients in the areas of Social Security law. Commitment to ICLC’s mission and values. Excellent communication and negotiation skills. Innovative and solution oriented. Demonstrated understanding of issues affecting low-income communities and communities of color. Ability to assume responsibility quickly and work independently and collaboratively. Ability to use good judgment, multitask, and meet deadlines. Ability to work productively with pro bono co-counsel. Membership in the California Bar or another State Bar required.


Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. Excellent benefits.

Application Procedure

Cover letters and resumes are reviewed upon receipt and applications will be accepted until the position is filled. To apply, please upload your resume and a cover letter detailing interest in the position directly at


ACLU SoCal – Staff Attorney – LGTBQ, Gender, and Reproductive Justice, Los Angeles

The Staff Attorney will work on the full range of LGBTQ rights, reproductive justice, and gender equity issues on which the ACLU of Southern California engages locally, statewide, and nationally. The Staff Attorney will be supervised by the Director of the LGBTQ, Gender & Reproductive Justice Project, and could be based in ACLU SoCal’s Los Angeles, San Bernardino, or Orange offices. We anticipate hiring an attorney with four to eight years of relevant experience for this position.

Skills & Qualifications
-Law degree.
-California bar membership or willingness/ability to take the next California bar exam.
-Four to eight years of legal and/or advocacy experience.
-Hands-on experience with litigation and with policy advocacy and analysis.
-Demonstrated commitment to civil and human rights, including gender and racial justice.
-Familiarity with reproductive justice, gender equity, and/or LGBTQ rights advocacy.
-Excellent research and analytical skills.
-Excellent communication skills: written and verbal English.
-Excellent time-management and project management skills, including a high level of organization, attention to detail and follow-through, and ability to balance and prioritize multiple activities and responsibilities.
-Flexible team player and also comfortable working independently and taking initiative.
-Demonstrated success in building and maintaining relationships with people from a variety of backgrounds, including those most impacted by the work of the ACLU and its allies. Ability to participate in, create, and sustain inclusive and engaging spaces for people of all races/ethnicities, genders, ages, classes, abilities, and geographies.
-Ability to work occasional evenings and weekends.
-Willingness to engage in occasional travel throughout Southern California, to other regions of California, and beyond.

The salary range for this position is $71,500 – $87,500 Benefits include medical, vision, and dental insurance for staff members and their eligible dependents; life and long- term disability insurance; 401(k) plan with employer match; ample vacation and sick leave and fifteen paid holidays.

Application Procedure
Please submit a resume and a cover letter (detailing your interest in and qualifications for the position) to our online recruitment portal.
(NO phone calls PLEASE.)
COVID vaccination and proof of being fully vaccinated (includes booster) is a condition of employment.


Rights Behind Bars – Attorney

Rights Behind Bars is hiring an experienced attorney who will focus primarily on bringing affirmative litigation against jails, prisons, and immigration detention centers. This attorney will work with their colleagues to develop, initiate, and litigate suits on behalf of incarcerated people that seek to both vindicate the rights of individual clients and to further social movements to end particularly abusive practices or close particularly abusive facilities.

Experience & Qualifications
-A law degree and a license to practice law in a U.S. state.
– An unflinching commitment to our values, which are that people in prison, jail, and immigration detention centers should be treated with humanity, care, and dignity.
– The capacity to litigate civil rights cases in federal court with minimal supervision. Absent exceptional circumstances, demonstrating this will require at least five years of litigation experience. Along with local partners, this attorney will also litigate in state court.
– Excellent legal research and writing skills.
– Creativity in contributing to the development of big-picture law reform strategies.
– A temperament to treat colleagues, co-counsel, and (especially) clients with kindness and charity, even in stressful situations.
– Eagerness to support community partners via litigation to further anti-carceral social movements.
– The ability to speak effectively to the public as a representative of RBB, including with the media.
– A comfort level with working directly with clients who are racially diverse, low-income, and at times have serious mental health issues.

Application Procedure

We are located in Washington, DC and currently work together in-person two days a week. We are open to candidates who require more flexibility.
Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, legal writing sample, and list of four references to Applications will be considered on a rolling basis. The cover letter should highlight the applicant’s ability to litigate civil rights cases in trial courts with minimal supervision. We are hoping to find someone to start by February 2023 although we will be flexible for the right person.