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Student Organizing Coordinator (SOC)
If/When/How seeks a dedicated and motivated individual to support and strengthen our law school chapters through mentorship and guidance of law student leaders. The Student Organizing Coordinator (SOC) will work with chapter leaders from nearly 100 law schools around the country, and work to welcome even more into the movement! The SOC will work closely with the Director of Programs to oversee projects within the Campus Organizing and Community Building program areas. Developing our law student base is critical to the future of reproductive rights and justice, and the SOC provides vital outreach, support, and guidance to thousands of members. Read more
Director of Finance & Operations (DFO)
If/When/How is seeking a highly skilled and motivated individual to join our team. The Director of Finance & Operations (DFO) will work closely with the Executive Director to ensure the long-term stability and operational efficiency of If/When/How. The DFO will have primary responsibility for internal operations - including technology, systems, and human resources - and financial management of the organization. This position is a leadership role within the organization and the DFO will sit on the Management Team with the Executive Director and Director of Programs. Read more
Network Advancement Associate (NAA)
If/When/How is looking for a motivated, skilled individual to support our national Judicial Bypass Project and related attorney programs. The Network Advancement Association (NAA) plays an integral role in the success of our attorney programs by coordinating research assignments, communicating and building community with lawyers and law students volunteering their time, developing collaborative projects with strategic partners, and helping to develop training materials and resources, among other projects. Read more
Reproductive Freedom Advocacy and Policy Counsel
The National Political Advocacy Department of the ACLU’s National Office seeks applicants for a Reproductive Freedom Advocacy and Policy Counsel in its New York office. The Advocacy and Policy Counsel will be part of an interdisciplinary team focused on partnering with ACLU affiliates to protect and expand reproductive freedom at the state level. The Advocacy and Policy Counsel will be part of the team devising and executing nationwide state-based advocacy strategies; assessing emerging policy trends, and mobilizing affiliates across the country. The Advocacy and Policy Counsel will work closely with colleagues in other departments, including the litigation team of the Reproductive Freedom Project. The Advocacy and Policy Counsel is a non-litigating attorney position for a lawyer with exceptional analytical and writing abilities. Read more
Associate Staff Attorney (Planned Parenthood)
Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) is the nation’s leading women’s health care provider, educator, and advocate, serving women, men, teens and families. PPFA seeks a dynamic and effective Associate Staff Attorney for a two-year fellowship position. This position can be located either in New York City or Washington, DC. Read more
Staff Attorney - LGBTQ, Gender & Reproductive Justice Project
The ACLU SoCal's LGBTQ, Gender & Reproductive Justice Project protects and expands the rights of women and girls, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ), non-binary, and gender nonconforming people, pregnant and parenting workers, and people living with HIV; and ensure people can make informed, confidential and attainable decisions about childbearing and reproductive and sexual health care. The staff attorney will support and help develop litigation as well as policy advocacy, community education/mobilization, and digital/media campaigns. The attorney will focus more heavily on reproductive justice and gender equity issues but will also support LGBTQ rights litigation and advocacy as needed and especially where the Project's issues intersect. Read more