The Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles (LAFLA) is currently accepting applications for the position of Attorney for its Economic Stability Workgroup (ESWG). ESWG helps people obtain benefits to fulfill basic needs (food, shelter,
medical care, and services to attain self-sufficiency); fights wage theft and denial of unemployment insurance benefits; and advises on wrongful terminations and discriminatory employment practices.
The Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles (LAFLA) is currently accepting applications for the position of Special Projects Manager. This position will Co-manage the implementation of the Los Angeles County Eviction Defense Program along with the Managing
Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles (LAFLA) is currently accepting applications for the position of Managing Attorney for its Right to Counsel Working Group.
Elder Law and Disability Rights Center (ELDR) seeks a full-time staff attorney to join its team. The right person is passionate about closing the justice gap though free and low-cost legal services, excited to join a small but growing organization, and prepared to work both independently and as part of a team.
The Temporary Staff Attorney position is a new full-time position based at Public Counsel’s 610 S. Ardmore office. The Emergency Eviction Defense Program is a County-funded program created in response to the Covid-19 Crisis. This program, and position, will run for six months. It will involve off-site clinics, workshops and may require limited court appearances throughout Los Angeles County as needed.
Public Counsel seeks a full-time staff attorney to join its Consumer Rights & Economic Justice (CREJ) Project. Our mission is to advance economic justice by providing legal counsel for, and advocacy on behalf of, low-income individuals and their families, addressing inequalities in bargaining power, opposing those who take advantage of the vulnerable, and holding wrongdoers accountable.
Public Counsel’s Immigrants’ Rights Project (IRP) seeks a full-time, bilingual (Spanish/English) staff attorney to join its Unaccompanied Children’s team. This attorney will focus on direct representation of unaccompanied children (UCs) and may also have the opportunity to participate in impact litigation on behalf of UCs. The attorney will join our UC team that includes five attorneys, a social worker and four support staff. This position is currently grant funded through March 31, 2021. The grant is contingent on renewal each year.