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Grant Writer - Contract, Part time
The contractor will be expected to produce drafts of reports, renewals, and proposals during this time, with the bulk of the workload occuring in May and June. Additional pop-up requests from funders may also be added to the project as we receive them, and are accounted for in the total estimated hours. The contract will be for an estimated 10-25 hours a month, up to a total of 150 hours for the 7 month term. Read more
All* Above All seeks a dynamic and collaborative Development Director to lead its development function. The Development Director is a new, multi-faceted role that includes both high-level strategic thinking and goal setting with tactical and operational responsibilities to ensure the organization’s fundraising success. The Development Director will be a highly collaborative, self-motivated, and results-oriented leader and will develop fundraising vision and goals that advance All* Above All’s abortion justice mission, execute successful fundraising strategies that build and maintain strong partnerships with donors, and collaborate internally and work cross-functionally to drive fundraising success. This role will report to the Interim Executive Director of Sustainability and Culture and hire and supervise one full-time staff member, with future development staff to be determined. Read more
Women’s Health Protection Act (WHPA) Campaign Manager
Reporting to the Chief Federal Legislative Counsel, the WHPA Campaign Manager will help manage a growing national campaign that unites organizations and individuals in support of the Women’s Health Protection Act—federal legislation designed to enforce and protect the right of every person to decide for themselves whether to continue or end a pregnancy, regardless of where they live. The Center is now seeking a WHPA Campaign Manager who can build on this momentum and take the bill to the next level, designing and implementing a targeted strategy within the campaign to support the legal and political strategy. The Manager will execute a robust campaign strategy, building membership in the campaign across progressive movements, and coordinating the efforts of campaign members to influence federal policymakers. Read more
Senior Counsel for General Counsel Program
The Lawyering Project is excited to announce the creation of a pilot program aimed at providing general counsel services to abortion funds, practical support organizations, and other grassroots organizations working to support abortion access. They will need legal support to help them meet the evolving needs of abortion patients, but many lack the resources to hire in-house or outside counsel. Our General Counsel Program will offer these grassroots organizations the kind of legal advice that an in-house counsel would typically provide. We are seeking an experienced attorney to lead this pilot program, which will be housed in our Access & Innovation Program. The Senior Counsel for General Counsel Program will play a key role in designing and implementing the Lawyering Project’s General Counsel Program and will be responsible for managing its day-to-day operations. Read more
U.S. Federal Policy Counsel
The Center is looking for a Federal Policy Counsel to join the Federal Policy and Advocacy Team. The role will primarily focus on the development and advancement of legislation, with a specific focus on the Women’s Health Protection Act, in a Post Roe legal landscape. Reporting to the Chief Federal Legislative Counsel,, the candidate will help develop in house expertise in areas of civil rights and constitutional law, reproductive rights, and related areas of constitutional doctrine and support the Center’s role as a go-to legal resource for Congress. Read more
The Lawyering Project is seeking a legal intern to assist with both of the Lawyering Project’s legal programs during the summer of 2023. The legal intern will provide legal research, writing and analysis to support the Lawyering Project’s ongoing constitutional litigation. They will also assist with fact and evidence development, witness preparation, and trial preparation for the Lawyering Project’s ongoing constitutional litigation. Additionally, they will provide legal research, writing and analysis to support the Lawyering Project’s Access & Innovation program. Read more