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State Legislative Counsel
The Center for Reproductive Rights is seeking a State Legislative Counsel to manage its proactive state legislative portfolio, which aims to strengthen protections for and expand access to reproductive health care in the states through legislative and other advocacy strategies. This individual will lead efforts to develop and implement advocacy efforts, provide support on the State Leadership Summit, manage the Summit network, prepare advocacy materials, and provide technical assistance to local advocates. Read more
National Advocates for Pregnant Women is seeking a staff attorney to assist in legal advocacy and litigation efforts to advance reproductive justice. This individual will draft legal memoranda and briefs, create resources such as reports, publications, and practice manuals, identify and outreach to experts and amici, and help develop long-term legal, organizing, and communications strategies. The deadline to apply is February 20, 2017 (RECENTLY EXTENDED). Read more
Women and the Law Program Coordinator
The Women and the Law Program is a department within the Washington College of Law that integrates gender into all aspects of legal education. The program is seeking a Program Coordinator, who will administer the program, organize conferences and events, assist with fundraising, conduct outreach to prospective students, and communicate with alumni and the public. Read more
Advocacy Programme Officer
The Women's Global Network for Reproductive Rights builds and strengthens movements for sexual and reproductive health, rights, and justice. The Network is seeking an Advocacy Programme Officer to support and undertake advocacy and campaigning activities at local, national, and regional levels in Africa. This individual will have various responsibilities, including developing advocacy tools and materials, engaging and collaborating with allied movements, coordinating and facilitating advocacy, campaigning, and lobbying activities, and maintaining and developing relationships with existing and new members. The deadline to apply is February 21, 2017 (5 p.m. Tanzania time). Read more
Senior Staff Attorney, Economic Justice
The Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area is seeking an attorney to perform high level legal work in the area of economic justice. This individual will identify, investigate, and analyze civil rights and community economic development issues for the Economic Justice program and use policy, litigation, media, and transactional advocacy tools to create change on those issues. This attorney will also supervise and provide strategic vision for the Legal Services for Entrepreneurs program, cultivate relationships with community partners serving small businesses, especially in communities of color and low-income, and seek opportunities for public education and media advocacy. Read more
Staff Attorney - Family Law
Neighborhood Legal Services (NLSLA) provides legal assistance to low-income individuals, families, and groups in the areas of family law and domestic violence, housing, health care, education, public benefits, economic and job development, immigrant rights, consumer rights, and environmental justice. It is seeking an attorney to represent survivors of domestic violence in their immigration petitions and provide assistance in family law disputes and at restraining order hearings. Read more