Join the California legal aid community! LAAC posts all job openings at our member programs, and we want to help get the word out on amazing opportunities to make a difference in the lives of low-income Californians.

Job postings are free for members of the Legal Aid Association of California (LAAC). Organizations that are not LAAC members may post jobs for $75 each, or $250 for unlimited postings for a year. All postings must be related to public interest legal work. Requests from organizations that are not LAAC members will be considered by LAAC leadership on a case-by-case basis.

Please contact us at JobBoard@LAACOnline.org to arrange for payment and posting. Please provide all postings in Microsoft Word format. Postings will remain active for up to three months, unless otherwise indicated.

 

LAAC believes in salary transparency. LAAC will not post job opportunities that do not include a salary range. Not only is this California law for most employers beginning in 2023, salary cloaking is inequitable and leads to greater wage gaps based on gender and race.

 

Program Evaluator (Full-Time)

Southern CaliforniaLos Angeles Center for Law & Justice (LACLJ)
February 8, 2023

LACLJ seeks a Program Evaluator with a strong commitment to public interest and social justice advocacy to join our team. The Program Evaluator will report directly to the Senior Program Manager. They will be responsible for on-going evaluation and data management efforts. They will contribute to continuous quality improvement and mission-driven outcomes across the organization’s programs. They will work collaboratively with LACLJ’s grants management team and the Senior Program Manager to prepare, submit and provide reports for philanthropic and government funding. Additionally, they will create a review process to evaluate the effectiveness of programs by developing feedback methods, conducting interviews, and recording results for evaluation. In addition, this position offers the opportunity to:

Accountant

Southern CaliforniaLos Angeles Center for Law & Justice (LACLJ)
February 8, 2023

The Accountant will report to LACLJ’s Director of Finance and will be working closely with the administrative team. The Accountant will prepare financial reports to track the organization’s assets, liabilities, profit and loss, tax liabilities, and other related financial activities. The Accountant will also be assisting with general grants management including, but not limited to, grants applications, budget creation/modification, budget tracking, and reporting.

Legal Advocate

Southern CaliforniaLos Angeles Center for Law & Justice (LACLJ)
February 8, 2023

LACLJ seeks a legal advocate with a strong commitment to public interest and social justice advocacy to join our team. This legal advocate will be part of LACLJ’s new project- CASSH. The purpose of the project is to provide legal services to low income survivors of domestic violence who have consumer debt issues. This position will support a senior attorney who will represent clients in a variety of legal actions, including family law, housing, public benefits, consumer debt and other civil legal matters. This position offers the opportunity to:

Community Advocate – Consumer Debt Case Management Coordinator

Southern CaliforniaLos Angeles Center for Law & Justice (LACLJ)
February 8, 2023

The Community Advocate (CA) – Consumer Debt Case Management Coordinator will be responsible for case management for consumer debt clients and help them meet essential needs while they are still facing financial barriers. The CA will also coordinate referrals and outreach with Partner agencies located in Lancaster. The CA will also work with the Pro Bono Manager to support clients and pro bono attorneys.

Supervising Attorney- Bringing Families Home Project (Full-Time)

Southern CaliforniaInner City Law Center (ICLC)
February 8, 2023

The Supervising Attorney of Bringing Families Home will serve clients who are experiencing or are at risk of homelessness and receiving child welfare services; these clients may be experiencing family separation and working towards family reunification. Working in partnership with homeless services, other community service providers, and the project funder, the Supervising Attorney will provide holistic legal services to tackle barriers to our clients becoming and staying housed and related barriers that impact family stability. This focus on providing housing stability and related legal services to vulnerable families fits perfectly with the question that ICLC asks for each of our clients: “What is the pathway to long-term stable housing for this individual or family?”

Part-Time Executive Assistant

Southern CaliforniaLos Angeles Center for Law & Justice (LACLJ)
February 2, 2023

LACLJ is seeking a part-time Executive Assistant to join our team. The Executive Assistant will report directly to the Executive Director and will provide support to LACLJ’s senior leaders. The ideal candidate will be bright, articulate, people-focused, and highly resourceful. The candidate will have the skills, technical competence, and knowledge expected for an administrative professional.

Spanish-Speaking Homelessness Prevention Attorney- Four Day Week With 100% Pay

Southern CaliforniaMental Health Advocacy Services (MHAS)
January 31, 2023

MHAS seeks to hire an attorney to lead MHAS’ behavioral health legal partnership in which legal services intervention specifically targeting low-income tenants with mental health disabilities at risk of homelessness is holistically integrated in partnership with Via Care Community Health Center. Through this project, MHAS will provide legal advocacy for vulnerable clients to ensure they have the resources and support needed to achieve better mental health outcomes and overall well-being. Because a large portion of the Via Care participants are monolingual Spanish speakers, Spanish fluency (oral and written) is required for this position.

Staff Attorney – Family Law Program

Southern CaliforniaSan Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program (SDVLP)
January 30, 2023

The Staff Attorney for SDVLP’s Family Law Program provides top-quality legal advice and representation to low-income San Diegans in a variety of family law matters, including domestic violence, child custody, and divorce cases. The Staff Attorney is also responsible for mentoring, training, recruiting, and supervising the work of pro bono attorneys providing representation to SDVLP clients; performing community outreach and education to the legal community and local social service providers; and supervising the work of non-attorney staff.

Staff Attorney – Domestic Violence Clinic at One Safe Place

Southern CaliforniaSan Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program (SDVLP)
January 30, 2023

The Staff Attorney for San Diego Volunteer lawyer Program’s Domestic Violence Clinic at One Safe Place, North County’s Family Justice Center, provides top-quality legal advice and representation to low-income San Diegans seeking domestic violence restraining orders as part of a team of service providers addressing the myriad needs of survivors leaving violent relationships. The Staff Attorney is also responsible for mentoring, training, recruiting, and supervising the work of pro bono attorneys providing representation to SDVLP clients; performing community outreach and education to the legal community and local social service providers; and supervising the work of non-attorney staff.

Staff Attorney- Homeless Veterans Project (Full-Time)

Southern CaliforniaInner City Law Center (ICLC)
January 30, 2023

Our Homeless Veterans Project represents individual veterans in complex VA disability benefits and military discharge upgrade matters. Many of our clients have significant mental health disabilities due to trauma such as combat and military sexual violence. These cases require significant attorney involvement so that the veterans we represent can receive the compensation and other benefits they earned through their service to our country.

Legislative Advocate

Sacramento RegionLAUSD
January 30, 2023

A Legislative Advocate assists in the development of proposed legislation, advocacy proposals, and regulations and represents the District in presenting information to state and federal legislators and other governmental officials. There is currently one vacancy based in our Office of Government Relations in SACRAMENTO, CA. Travel to our Los Angeles Headquarters is required approximately half a dozen times per year or as often as necessary.

Accounting Clerk- Accounting Unit

Southern CaliforniaDisability Rights California (DRC)
January 30, 2023

This position is responsible to and supervised by the A/P Supervisor or designee, provides administrative and clerical assistance to the Accounting Unit, and performs Accounts Payable duties as outlined below.

Advocate or Senior Advocate- Housing Stability Project

California StatewideDisability Rights California (DRC)
January 30, 2023

The Advocate (or Senior Advocate, depending on experience) will handle client cases from intake to case conclusion in close partnership with the attorneys and social workers on the team. The direct client work will range from providing advice (under the supervision of an attorney) to representing clients in administrative hearings/complaints. Non-client work includes community outreach, Know-Your-Rights trainings, legal clinics, and policy advocacy. The goal of our work is to provide individualized help to prevent homelessness and combat systemic housing stability issues while meeting federal and state grant requirements.

Certified Work Incentives Coordinator (30 Hours)

California StatewideDisability Rights California (DRC)
January 30, 2023

The Community Work Incentives Coordinator (CWIC) provides work incentives planning and assistance to people receiving Social Security Disability Benefits. The CWIC is responsible for counseling and educating beneficiaries about how employment will affect their current benefits (which may include public and private health insurance, federal, state, and/or local benefits received) so that they can make informed choices towards employment and self-sufficiency.

2023 Summer Fellowship Program

Central ValleyCentral California Legal Services, Inc. (CCLS)
January 27, 2023

The 2023 Summer Fellowship will be conducted in-person at the CCLS main office in Fresno, California. Fellows will be expected to work alongside CCLS staff Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, gaining hands-on experience in a fast-paced, legal aid firm. Selected Fellows will be compensated at a rate of $15.50 per hour, with the possibility of an additional award, pending funding approval.

Paralegal- Benefits Access for Immigrants Los Angeles

Southern CaliforniaNeighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County (NLSLA)
January 26, 2023

Position will focus on managing an active caseload and working directly with attorneys and other paralegals to meet client needs related to immigrant access to public benefits, including food assistance, health insurance, and cash benefits. Capacity to handle consistent client contact, maintain files and important documents, and efficiently and effectively manage a caseload is required.

Staff Attorney- Health Consumer Center

Southern CaliforniaNeighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County (NLSLA)
January 26, 2023

NLSLA is seeking a Staff Attorney for Health Consumer Center (HCC). The Attorney is expected to maintain expertise on a range of health care access issues affecting low-income individuals including eligibility, access to care, affordability with emphasis on managed care delivery systems issues; manage a caseload of health advocacy cases performing all functions from intake to case management to representation, negotiation, administrative hearings, plan grievances, litigation and systems advocacy; provide on-going legal research, support and training to health care counselors who staff the HCC hotline.

Staff Attorney- Pomona Ready for Trial

Southern CaliforniaNeighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County (NLSLA)
January 26, 2023

Will work collaboratively with judiciary, court staff, and self-help staff to improve pro per access to the court by conducting family law workshops for individuals preparing for trial.

Staff Attorney- Stay Housed LA Program

Southern CaliforniaNeighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County (NLSLA)
January 26, 2023

NLSLA is currently seeking an attorney or recent law graduate to join our newest housing program aimed at addressing the housing crisis, which has been exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic. The attorney/law school graduate will work with NLSLA staff to operate weekly housing clinics in collaboration with the Coalition for Economic Survival and provide limited scope and full scope representation to tenants primarily in the Chatsworth, Antelope Valley, Pasadena and Van Nuys Courthouses. Other duties may include conducting intake interviews, preparing educational materials, participating in community events, communicating and negotiating with opposing parties, collaborating with pro bono partners, and managing a varied caseload of housing matters.

Staff Attorney- Family Law

Southern CaliforniaNeighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County (NLSLA)
January 26, 2023

NLSLA seeks a Family Law Staff Attorney for one of our program offices. The ideal candidate will be a skillful attorney who can excel in a fast-paced, dynamic anti-poverty law practice and is capable of fiercely advocating on behalf of NLSLA clients in multiple forums. The candidate must have a demonstrated passion and commitment to public interest law and prior experience serving low-income individuals and client groups, with a sensitivity to those in crisis. The candidate will also possess strong research and organizational skills; the ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing; and well-developed analytical skills. Of critical importance is that the candidate be self-motivated with the ability to work independently. Bilingual proficiency in Spanish is preferred, but not required.

Staff Attorney- Bankruptcy/Consumer

Southern CaliforniaNeighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County (NLSLA)
January 26, 2023

NLSLA is seeking a Consumer/Bankruptcy Attorney. The ideal candidate will be a skillful attorney who can excel in a fast-paced, Consumer/Bankruptcy law practice and is capable of fiercely advocating on behalf of NLSLA clients in multiple forums. The candidate must have a demonstrated passion and commitment to public interest law and prior experience serving low-income individuals and client groups, with a sensitivity to those in crisis. The ideal candidate must possess strong research and organizational skills; the ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing; and well-developed analytical skills. Of critical importance is that the candidate be self-motivated and have the ability to work as part of a collaborative team. Travel within LA County required.

Housing Staff Attorney- Lawyers Preventing and Ending Homelessness Project (PEHP)

Southern CaliforniaNeighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County (NLSLA)
January 26, 2023

NLSLA is seeking an attorney who will be part of a team of advocates focused on serving the needs of people experiencing homelessness and those at-risk of homelessness in conjunction with a collaborative of community partners. The ideal candidate will have a demonstrated passion and commitment to public interest law and prior experience assisting low-income individuals and client groups, with a sensitivity to those in crisis. The ideal candidate must possess strong research and organizational skills; the ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing; and well-developed analytical skills. The candidate should be self-motivated with the ability to multi-task. Bilingual proficiency in Spanish, Armenian, Mandarin, Cantonese or another language spoken in poverty communities is strongly preferred, but not required.

Social Worker- Victim Advocate

Southern CaliforniaNeighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County (NLSLA)
January 26, 2023

NLSLA is seeking a Social Worker to provide supportive services to immigrant crime victims/survivors focusing on domestic violence and sexual assault. The candidate must have a demonstrated passion and commitment and prior experience serving low-income individuals and client groups, with a sensitivity to those who have been impacted by this type of crime. The ideal candidate must possess strong organizational skills; be able to effectively work independently and have the ability to communicate verbally and in writing. The social worker will also collaborate with attorneys and advocates to support the client to understand and navigate the legal system.

Paralegal- Bankruptcy/ Consumer Self-Help

Southern CaliforniaNeighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County (NLSLA)
January 26, 2023

The Paralegal works under the direction of NLSLA Supervising Attorney as part of a team working on the San Fernando Valley Bankruptcy Self-Help Center located at the Woodland Hills U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Central District. Bilingual ability in English and Spanish required.

Paralegal –Medical Legal Community Partnership

Southern CaliforniaNeighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County (NLSLA)
January 26, 2023

NLSLA is seeking a paralegal to focus on the MLCP-LA project. The ideal candidate will have a demonstrated passion and commitment to public interest and working with people in need. The paralegal will have an opportunity to work in support of clients with varying backgrounds and needs including chronic physical and mental illness, high risk pregnancy, homelessness, re-entry, and substance use disorder. As part of the MLCP-LA team, they will advocate to remove barriers in accessing healthcare, benefits, employment, family law housing, and more. They may also support NLSLA’s other Medical Legal Community Partnership projects. Bilingual ability in English and Spanish is preferred, but not required.

Paralegal- PEHP

Southern CaliforniaNeighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County (NLSLA)
January 26, 2023

NLSLA is seeking a paralegal to focus on serving the Antelope Valley community. The paralegal will be part of a team of advocates focused on serving the needs of people experiencing homelessness and those at-risk of homelessness in conjunction with a collaborative of community partners. The ideal candidate will have a demonstrated passion and commitment to public interest law and prior experience assisting low-income individuals and client groups, with a sensitivity to those in crisis. The candidate must have the ability to work collaboratively in a team setting, excellent interpersonal skills, and the ability to liaison with community partners is required. The candidate must have strong oral and written communication skills, coupled with patience and sensitivity in working with people in crisis. Bilingual proficiency in Spanish is preferred, or proficiency in Armenian, Mandarin, Cantonese, or another language spoken in poverty communities preferred, but not required.

Paralegal- Stay Housed LA Project

Southern CaliforniaNeighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County (NLSLA)
January 26, 2023

The Housing Paralegal will be an integral part of a dynamic team of housing advocates that work on several innovative housing initiatives created to examine the impact of legal services on individuals, the court and the community in the Unlawful Detainer system. Prior experience serving low-income individuals and client groups on housing and eviction matters, with a sensitivity to those in crisis is preferred. Ability to work collaboratively in a team setting, excellent interpersonal skills, and the ability to liaison with community partners is required. Strong communication skills (oral/written) in English and Spanish, coupled with patience and sensitivity with people in crisis situations.

Outreach Coordinator

Southern CaliforniaNeighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County (NLSLA)
January 26, 2023

NLSLA is seeking a temporary, full-time Outreach Coordinator to support the Clean Slate Initiatives (CSI) team in the development and execution of outreach and engagement strategies in the Antelope Valley. The CSI team consists of a passionate group of advocates working to disrupt systemic racism and generational trauma through removing legal barriers presented by the presence of a criminal record. Ability to work collaboratively in a team setting, engage with the community, and effectively deliver community presentations (both virtually and in person) is required.

Paralegal- Health Consumer Center

Southern CaliforniaNeighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County (NLSLA)
January 26, 2023

NLSLA is seeking a paralegal for the Health Consumer Center (HCC). The candidate we seek will be able to handle significant client contact and is dedicated to working with non-profit public interest organizations. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision. Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to conduct research and problem-solve. Strong communication skills (oral/written) in English and either Spanish or Mandarin, coupled with patience and sensitivity with people in crisis situations

Legal Secretary

Southern CaliforniaNeighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County (NLSLA)
January 26, 2023

NLSLA is seeking a Legal Secretary. The ideal candidate will perform a full range of legal secretarial and administrative duties, including answering phones, preparation of court forms, pleadings, correspondence, memoranda, reports and contractual documents.

Intake Screener

Southern CaliforniaNeighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County (NLSLA)
January 26, 2023

The Intake Screener will be an integral part of a team that connects individuals throughout LA County to various NLSLA services and programs. The individual will provide services to new applicants seeking help through our live hotline, online application, and in person assistance at office locations. Prior experience serving low-income individuals in housing and/or family law, with a sensitivity to those in crisis is preferred. Ability to work collaboratively in a team setting, excellent interpersonal and customer service skills, and the ability to interact with a high volume of applicants is required. Bilingual proficiency in Spanish is preferred. This position will be based in our Pacoima office and will require working in a hybrid setting, while following health and safety guidelines.

Online Applications Intake Screener

Southern CaliforniaNeighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County (NLSLA)
January 26, 2023

The Online Applications Intake Screener will be an integral part of a dynamic team of advocates that work on a variety of innovative projects to improve NLSLA’s online accessibility and connection to those in need of legal services in Los Angeles County. Prior experience serving low-income individuals in housing and/or family law, with a sensitivity to those in crisis is preferred. Ability to work collaboratively in a team setting, excellent interpersonal and customer service skills, and the ability to interact with a high volume of applicants is required. This position will be based in our El Monte office and will require working in hybrid setting, while following health and safety guidelines.

Senior Civil Legal Secretary

Sacramento RegionCounty of Placer Human Resources
January 25, 2023

The Civil Legal Secretary Senior performs the more difficult, complex and/or sensitive work related to the performance of highly responsible and specialized secretarial, technical and administrative legal support duties related to litigation and transactional law, including drafting, formatting and filing a variety of legal documents in support of the County Counsel’s Office.

Staff Attorney, Civil Law Services

Central CoastSan Luis Obispo Legal Assistance Foundation
January 25, 2023

SLOLAF is a non-profit legal aid organization with a mission to provide legal services and resources to people in need. SLOLAF has served thousands of those in our community in the greatest need, including seniors, veterans, disabled adults, and other vulnerable populations, regardless of immigration status, primarily in the areas of housing, eviction defense & tenants’ rights, elder abuse prevention and restraining orders, planning for incapacity for seniors, government benefits appeals, conservatorships of the person, guardianships of the person, consumer issues, and as of February 2023, family law matters.

2023 Legal Fellowship (School-Funded)

SPECIALNational Center for Youth Law (NCYL)
January 25, 2023

NCYL seeks to sponsor candidates to apply for fellowships offered by their law schools starting in 2023. This is a great opportunity for those who are interested in working in one or more of NCYL’s general areas of focus: Education, Child Welfare, Juvenile Justice, Health, Mental Health, Commercial Sexual Exploitation, and Immigration.

Senior Attorney, Legal Advocacy Team

SPECIALNational Center for Youth Law (NCYL)
January 25, 2023

NCYL seeks to hire a dynamic and experienced impact litigator to lead and staff existing cases and develop new impact litigation on behalf of children and youth in a changing landscape characterized by increasing attacks on our civil rights. This position offers the opportunity to contribute to and develop litigation in the areas of education, child welfare, health, mental health, reproductive equity, juvenile justice, and immigration. We are seeking a highly motivated attorney interested in litigating across our practice areas. This role will focus on systemic litigation but may support NCYL’s other core program areas as they relate to our ongoing litigation efforts. This is a unique opportunity for advocates who want to use litigation to transform and dismantle government systems that often violate the rights of vulnerable children and youth.

Head of Litigation

Southern CaliforniaAsian Americans Advancing Justice – Los Angeles (Advancing Justice-LA)
January 25, 2023

As a key internal collaborator, the Head of Litigation will proactively partner with leadership and staff to provide key litigation support. Working across the organization to facilitate collective decision-making, this leader will design and execute litigation strategy and operations and ensure the successful facilitation and representation of all clients. In partnership with AJSOCAL’s leadership team, the Head of Litigation will be a key leader in cultivating key relationships to grow critical service partnerships, professional development opportunities, and fundraising potential for the organization.

EDJY Program Coordinator

Bay AreaEast Bay Community Law Center (EBCLC)
January 17, 2023

EBCLC is looking for a Program Coordinator who is a self-starter with a passion for racial justice to support EDJY staff, clients, students, and community partners.

Civil Legal Secretary I

Sacramento RegionCounty of Placer Human Resources
January 13, 2023

This is the entry level class in the Civil Legal Secretary series. This class is distinguished from the journey level by the performance of the more routine and less complex tasks and duties assigned to positions within the series. Employees at this level are not expected to perform with the same independence of direction and judgment on matters allocated to the journey level. This class is typically used as a training class; employees may have only limited directly related work experience. Employees work under immediate supervision while learning to perform the full breadth of job tasks independently.

Civil Legal Secretary II

Sacramento RegionCounty of Placer Human Resources
January 13, 2023

This is the full journey level class in the Civil Legal Secretary series. This class is distinguished from the Civil Legal Secretary I level by the assignment of the full range of duties including the more difficult and complex work. Employees at this level receive only occasional instruction or assistance as new or unusual situations arise and are fully aware of the operating procedures and policies within the work unit. Positions in this class are flexibly staffed and are normally filled by advancement from the entry level.

Temporary Eviction Defense Housing Attorney- Full-Time/Temporary, San Francisco

Bay AreaOpen Door Legal
January 12, 2023

We are hiring a housing attorney to strengthen Open Door Legal’s capacity to represent and assist low-income persons, especially BIPOC populations, and individuals in jeopardy of losing their housing because of back-rent due to COVID-19. The attorney in this position will assist predominantly marginalized communities, including those previously specified, as well as those living with mental illness and/or disabilities.

Deputy County Counsel – 11/111/IV

Sacramento RegionCounty of Placer Human Resources
January 11, 2023

Placer County Counsel’s Office, located in Auburn, is recruiting for a California licensed attorney with extensive Child Protective Services experience to fill one position of Deputy County Counsel at level 11/111/IV. Salary will be determined based on experience at the time of employment offer with the hiring authority. Positions in the Deputy County Counsel series I-IV are designated as unclassified, and as such, are at-will employees serving at the pleasure of the department head.

Deputy County Counsel – 11/111

Bay AreaCounty of Placer Human Resources
January 11, 2023

Preference may be given to Best Qualified candidates with 5-10 years of civil litigation experience in any of the following areas: Government Tort Claim Practice, Public Entity Law, Dangerous Conditions, Law Enforcement, Eminent Domain, Labor and Employment Practice, CEQA and Planning Law Writ Practice, Taxation, Assessment Appeals and Code Enforcement. Litigation experience in both Federal and State Court is desired. The level at which candidates are appointed will be dependent upon the type and amount of related experience.

Full-time or Part-time Staff Attorney (Modesto)

Central Valley – January 9, 2023

The candidate must have a passion advocating for the legal rights of older adults in the areas of elder abuse, restraining orders, eviction defense and consumer debts. Civil litigation experience is highly desirable, including drafting pleadings, conducting discovery, negotiating settlements and making court appearances.

Project Lead– Legal Aid Mobile Clinic and Outreach

Central Valley – January 9, 2023

SAN is looking to welcome a full-time project lead to manage our latest program: Legal on the Move – Housing Education and Mobile Legal Clinics. This person will work alongside our legal team to organize educational presentations and pop-up legal clinics in the rural communities of Stanislaus and Merced Counties.

Experienced Paralegal/Legal Assistant – Housing

Central Valley – January 9, 2023

The employee will work with the mortgage foreclosure prevention team, helping socially and financially disadvantaged seniors to retain their homes. The employee will assist the attorney with all aspects of litigation and will also coordinate outreach events in Stanislaus and Merced Counties.

Public Benefits Staff Attorney

Bay AreaPublic Interest Law Project (PILP)
January 5, 2023

This position is a newly created position at PILP that will focus on the critical intersection of homelessness and public benefits. PILP seeks an attorney with at least 5 years’ experience practicing law and expertise in public benefits, housing, homelessness prevention, or a related public interest field, and an enthusiasm for our mission. The staff attorney will help break down systemic barriers to the equitable disbursement of public benefits funds targeted to preventing homelessness – ultimately increasing the dollars and services available to help individuals and families get and maintain stable housing. This will include advice and training to legal advocates, systemic advocacy at the state and local levels, creation of educational materials, and litigation.

Senior Litigation Attorney- Remote

NationalJustice in Aging
January 5, 2023

Justice in Aging seeks a litigation attorney with at least seven years of experience and a strong commitment to advocacy in the public interest. This individual will join our Litigation Team bringing systemic reform cases to improve the lives of low-income older adults who face inequities rooted in historical, persistent, and structural bias. Our Litigation Team works across our program areas, including health care, long-term services and supports, economic security and housing, equity, and elder rights. The successful candidate will work closely with a team of in-house subject matter legal experts and external partners to identify, develop, and litigate cases.

Community Education Advocate

Bay AreaLaw Foundation of Silicon Valley
January 4, 2023

The Community Education Advocate (CEA) will integrate community-driven advocacy and other race equity practices to the Education Law work of the Law Foundation’s Children and Youth team. This role will have significant influence in shaping the work of our Education Law practice. The CEA will screen potential clients requesting services from the Law Foundation to determine their eligibility. The CEA will also have significant contact with the community through outreach and connecting families with resources, including working closely with the Law Foundation Lead Attorney to guide the work of our medical-legal partnership with Santa Clara Valley Medical Center. It will be important for the CEA to collect and maintain data that, in partnership with other members of the team, will be used to assess impact and improve programming.

Staff Attorney- Juvenile Dependency

Bay AreaLaw Foundation of Silicon Valley
January 4, 2023

As a Juvenile Dependency attorney with our LACY team, you will represent children and young adults in child welfare proceedings. As a member of our interdisciplinary team, you will work in parity with LACY social workers to assess and advocate for your client’s interests. You will have the opportunity to help young people in our community thrive by giving them a voice in a complex and intimidating system. Frequent court appearances and trial litigation will be required in this position.