Our attorneys provide client-centered, holistic defense through an active litigation practice paired with robust out-of-court advocacy. Attorney collaboration with in-house social work and parent advocate staff furthers our goals to reduce entries into foster care, shorten lengths of stay in foster care, promote frequent and high-quality visiting arrangements, and ensure that families receive services that are well-tailored to expediting safe and lasting reunification.
LSC seeks a proven leader with effective direct practice and managerial experience. Our Legal Director promotes our mission of serving children and youth through LSC’s interdisciplinary legal and social work model and strives to ensure the delivery of high quality, client-focused and culturally competent legal services. Our clients are predominantly children and youth of color who have experienced various forms of adversity including: trauma, abuse, poverty, neglect, abandonment, bullying, discrimination, and education marginalization.
The Human Resources Manager has primary responsibility for the day-to-day management of the human resources operations of the organization, with a focus on improving practices to strengthen EBCLC’s organizational culture.
The Immigration Staff Attorney represents immigrants with a wide variety of immigration matters. The position requires an excellent advocate with strong writing, interpersonal, and organizational skills who works well in a fast-paced collaborative environment, has experience providing immigration services to low-income people, has a strong interest in clinical teaching, and is committed to furthering the mission for racial justice.
The Public Interest Law Project is searching for our next Director. At a critical time for lower-income communities and people of color, the Public Interest Law Project (PILP) seeks a new Director to lead one of California’s premier support centers for local and regional legal services advancing justice and equity. Our work enables systemic, anti-racist advocacy to increase and preserve affordable housing, fight displacement, eliminate discriminatory zoning, support unhoused communities, and protect and expand people’s entitlement to public benefits, income support, and supportive services. The position combines direct involvement in PILP’s law, litigation, and policy advocacy with a leadership role in statewide systemic change.
The Senior Paralegal serves as the backbone of our California legal team, responsible for supporting attorneys working in 5 California regions (Bay Area, Central Valley, Rural & Tribal Communities in Northern CA, Los Angeles, and the Inland Empire) through their own efforts and by coordinating and overseeing volunteers, interns, and pro bono paralegals to do the same. This work includes organizing client matters across the state, entering legal intakes into the client database, ensuring internal compliance with data entry protocols and audits, and supporting robust communication with clients.
LSC seeks a passionate senior level attorney to direct our pro bono program of over 100 attorneys from the private sector, including recruitment, coordination, and mentoring. These volunteer attorneys take on cases for full-scope representation in immigration, guardianship, and school expulsion defense matters, working in partnership with LSC social workers and an LSC mentor attorney/advocate.