We are seeking an Immigration Attorney to provide legal services and programs for a community-based nonprofit legal aid office serving a diverse community. This position reports to the Watsonville Law Center Legal Director. The ideal candidate has experience in immigration law, commitment to equal access to justice and a passion for serving the community.
We are seeking a dynamic, organized and supportive Legal Assistant for a community-based nonprofit legal aid office serving a diverse community. This position reports to the Watsonville Law Center Chief Programs Officer. The ideal candidate has a passion for serving the community, experience in a professional office or law office, and a desire to work as a part of a highly productive professional team.
We are seeking a Staff Attorney to provide legal services and programs for a community-based nonprofit legal aid office serving a diverse community. This position reports to the Watsonville Law Center Legal Director. The ideal candidate has experience in consumer, employment, record clearance, housing, and/or public benefits law
Reporting to the Directing Attorney, the Staff Attorney provides comprehensive legal services to eligible clients in CRLA priority areas in accordance with CRLA program guidelines, the ABA Standards for Providers of Civil Legal Services and the Code of Professional Responsibility.
The CEI Staff Attorney will work with the Program Director and staff to develop and implement a comprehensive legal advocacy strategy to ensure equitable access to infrastructure and services in the northern San Joaquin Valley, particularly in Disadvantaged Unincorporated Communities. Primary responsibilities include legal advocacy/litigation, factual research, community outreach and education, leadership development and permissible advocacy in local and state governmental forums.
Central California Legal Services (CCLS) is accepting applications for a Grants Manager. With minimum supervision, the Grants Manager performs a variety of tasks associated with the Development Office and works co-operatively with both fiscal and program staff to successfully manage all agency grants. Together with our clients and partners, you’ll have an opportunity to help CCLS challenge the systems that breed poverty in the Central Valley, reshaping our Valley’s narratives to support health and prosperity for all who live and work in this most fertile and beautiful region.
The University of California at Davis School of Law invites applications for a Water Justice Clinical Lecturer, who will act as the director of the Aoki Water Justice Clinic, by October 20, 2019 and/or until the position is filled.
The Aoki Water Justice Clinic is a transactional live-client legal clinic that provides technical legal assistance to small disadvantaged communities in California’s Central Valley and beyond, who lack reliable and affordable access to safe drinking water.