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The Young Center for Immigrant Children's Rights invites applications for the position of New York Supervising Attorney to be based in New York. The New York Supervising Attorney will supervise the New York Staff Attorney, Social Worker, and Volunteer Coordinator as well as New York/New Jersey-based volunteer Child Advocates appointed pursuant to the Wilberforce Trafficking Protection Reauthorization Act. The New York office of the Young Center will serve both detained and released children in the New York/New Jersey area. While this is a Supervising Attorney position, the person hired will not serve as the immigration attorney for any child, but instead will be appointed as Child Advocate or will supervise the work of Child Advocates. Read more
Policy Analyst - Pharmacy
The policy department of PPFA is seeking a dynamic and effective Policy Analyst to assist in the analysis, development, and implementation of federal and state policies that support people's ability to access comprehensive reproductive health services, particularly in relation to pharmacy policy and access. Reporting to the Deputy Director, Public Policy, this position will play a critical role in analyzing legislation, regulation, & guidance and in developing and executing plans to secure policies that support access to women's health services and women's health providers, including Planned Parenthood. Read more
Director of Public Policy
Planned Parenthood Votes Northwest and Hawaii (PPVNH) is the advocacy and political arm of Planned Parenthood affiliates. PPVNH is seeking a Director of Public Policy to serve as its key policy strategist. This individual will identify and develop policy initiatives, supervise lobbying and policy staff, lead political campaign efforts, and oversee policy messaging and fact sheet development. Read more
Transgender Law Center's Trans Immigrant Defense Effort (TIDE) was created as an emergency response to the first year of the Donald Trump administration. The effort will involve organizing support for local transgender and gender nonconforming (TGNC) immigrants, legal and policy advocacy, and direct legal assistance for TGNC immigrants. The program is seeking a staff attorney to provide immigrants with legal information and to connect them with pro bono attorneys and legal service providers. This individual will recruit, train, match, and coordinate pro bono attorneys and cases, provide mentorship and technical assistance, and collaborate with grassroots LGBT immigrant rights groups to develop a community-led deportation defense model. 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
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