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Bogota, New York, ColombiaJob Title: LAC Fall 2016 Legal Intern
Department: Global Legal Program, Latin America & the Caribbean
Current law student
Strong legal research and writing skills
Demonstrated an interest in gender/women's issues and reproductive rights
Taken Constitutional Law and International Law classes
Knowledge of human rights as well as a basic understanding of the Inter-American Human Rights System
Fluency in Spanish and English, knowled...
New York, New York, USALegalHealth partners with medical professionals in 25 hospitals in New York City to address the non-medical needs of low-income people with serious health problems. LegalHealth complements health care with legal care – providing free legal services in medical facilities and training healthcare professionals to understand the legal issues their patients may encounter. LegalHealth is the largest med...
LegalHealth seeks an attorney with a minimum 8 years relevant experience and a demonstrated commitment to public interest law and services to vulnerable populations. Applicants with Social Security experience or experience working with veterans are encouraged to apply. Spanish language proficiency also a plus. Prior supervisory experience preferred. Applicants should have excellent leadership, org...
New York, New York, USAThe New York Legal Assistance Group (NYLAG) has an immediate opening for a Supervising Attorney in its Tenants' Rights Unit (TRU). TRU is dedicated to pursuing creative and effective legal strategies to allow low-income New Yorkers to stay in their apartments and communities, especially in neighborhoods experiencing rapid development and gentrification.
NYLAG seeks a dedicated housing law practitioner with at least five (5) years of relevant experience and a demonstrated commitment to public interest law and service to vulnerable populations. Prior supervisory experience preferred. Applicants should have excellent leadership, organizational, analytical, communication and writing skills. Must be an attorney admitted to practice law in New York Sta...
New York, New York, USAJob Description:
Under the supervision of the Director, NYLAG's Pro Bono & Volunteer Unit enhances the level of legal services NYLAG is able to provide in the community by recruiting and collaborating with private attorneys who accept pro bono matter referrals, as well as recruiting volunteers for NYLAG's in-house and community-based volunteer programs.
NYLAG strongly prefers an attorney admitted to practice law in New York State with at least eight years' experience and a demonstrated commitment to public interest law, through pro bono work at a private law firm, coordination of a pro bono program or project at a firm or public interest organization, and/or other experience. Prior supervisory experience required.
New York, New York, USANYLAG is hosting a one-year fellowship sponsored by Equal Justice Works AmeriCorps to focus on assisting elderly victims of abuse, neglect, and exploitation. The attorney selected for the Fellowship will be housed at NYLAG's central office. Per Equal Justice Works/AmeriCorps guidelines, the fellowship must begin between September 1 and September 30, 2016 and last for one year.
New York, New York, USAThe Storm Response Unit of the New York Legal Assistance Group (NYLAG) is seeking a recent law school graduate or newly admitted attorney to practice disaster relief law under a Fellowship sponsored by Equal Justice Works and AmeriCorps. Equal Justice Works and AmeriCorps have partnered to provide Disaster Legal Fellowships to aid the ongoing legal needs of New Yorkers impacted by Superstorm Sandy...
NYLAG seeks a highly motivated individual with demonstrated commitment to public interest law and service to vulnerable populations. Applicants should have excellent oral and written communication skills, as well as strong interpersonal and organizational skills. Preference will be given to those applicants with bilingual ability in Spanish, Russian or another prevalent language. Applicants must b...
New York, New York, USAThe internship is part-time, ten weeks, and will begin in January 2017 and end in April 2017. Exact schedule is flexible according to the student's academic schedule, but preference will be given to candidates that are available for a minimum of 15 hours/week spread over multiple days. To participate in this internship, interns will need to receive academic credit from their schools. If credit is ...
Current 2L or 3L in the New York City area during the Spring 2017 semester
Strong legal research and writing skills
Demonstrated interest in gender/women's issues and reproductive rights
Previous public interest policy experience a plus
How to Apply: Please click on the link below to apply. A cover letter, rsum, and a short w...