NLSLA employees are dedicated and passionate advocates for justice who are committed to supporting Los Angeles` most vulnerable residents. The NLSLA family is made up of lawyers, paralegals and other nonprofit professionals who come to work every day to change the lives of our neighbors. We are one of the fastest growing national law firms, specializing in family law, care, criminal law and extradition, employing over 100 people in 20 offices. At NLSLA, we develop our programs around the most pressing needs of the communities we serve, and our work includes award-winning special projects tailored to those changing needs. Programs such as our Community Medical-Legal Partnerships, which place lawyers in clinics and hospitals to address legal issues that impede health, have been recognized for their innovative approach to legal aid. Our Shriver Housing Project, which brings together lawyers from several nonprofit organizations to represent people facing eviction in Los Angeles` poorest neighborhoods, has become a national model. Nominees must be members of the Florida Bar, with preference given to applicants with clinical or legal aid experience. Candidates must have strong organizational and communication skills, be comfortable with clients, and be able to learn an electronic case management system. 9/10 of our customers say they would recommend us. Our goal is to change every client`s life for the better by helping with family conflicts and legal issues that may be out of reach for lawyers who are not experienced in this complex and specialized field. Legal Services of North Florida has an opening for a lawyer. Working with great people who work hard to improve the lives of vulnerable and low-income people in our communities.

Be part of a nonprofit law firm with 85+ employees in six offices in North Florida that seeks legal justice while understanding the value of work-life balance. Work independently and as part of a team to achieve positive results for clients, with a focus on civil law issues such as family law, disaster recovery, veterans` legal counsel, victim advocacy, utilities and real estate law. Positions available in Pensacola, Milton, Fort Walton Beach and Tallahassee. Our unique combination of direct advocacy, political advocacy and impact litigation gives lawyers from all practice areas the opportunity to work towards systemic change. Through individual cases, our lawyers identify widespread issues that negatively impact low-income communities and address them through effective prosecution and political advocacy at the local, state, and national levels. For job seekers, the NALP Job Center is a free service that provides access to employers and jobs in legal career services, legal recruitment, professional development, and related fields. In addition to posting resumes, job seekers can search and post available jobs based on specific criteria and save those jobs for later review if they wish. Job seekers can also create a search agent to provide email notifications about jobs that meet specific criteria. The diversity of our employees reflects the diversity of the communities we serve. More than two-thirds of our employees are women and more than 70% are people of color.

We offer services in Los Angeles County`s 12 emerging languages and our programs are designed to meet the diverse needs of Los Angeles County`s unique communities. A leading criminal, family, child care and delivery company that provides private and legal assistance to various client groups. From humble beginnings at Aldgate, we now operate in 20 offices across the country and are the largest provider of domestic violence legal aid in England. North Florida Legal Services has a vacancy for an Operations Assistant, which is a new position within the team. Working with great people who work hard to improve the lives of vulnerable and low-income people in our communities. LSNF is a large nonprofit law firm with 95+ employees in six offices across North Florida that seeks legal justice on behalf of vulnerable people in our communities. The position is full-time for 35 hours per week and is qualified as staff. This position helps employees set up and resolve workplace issues, such as laptops, office equipment, and phones.

This position reports to the Director of Operations and supports procurement efforts and direct contacts between suppliers and repairers to meet staff and building needs. LSNF has five offices, employing lawyers, paralegals, legal secretaries and intake staff in each office. In addition, LSNF often offers internships, internships for law students, internships or scholarships. Some of these posts are published here. Others are available from FSU College of Law, Florida Bar Foundation, National Association for Public Interest Law, and other resources. For more information about these options, please contact the organizations listed or [email protected]. Send your application, CV and cover letter using the link in each job posting below. Candidates who do not submit a completed application to North Florida Legal Services will not be considered for the position. Welcome to the NALP Employment Centre, a job board for members and non-members interested in positions in legal career services, legal recruitment, professional development and related fields.

This job board allows employers to have control over their own offerings and allows candidates to conduct searches that match their specific interests. [If you would like to publish an internship, scholarship or public interest position, please visit www.psjd.org.] We strive to provide the best legal services to the communities and places where we operate while you build your career with us. The NALP Employment Centre provides employers with targeted access to professionals in legal career services, legal recruitment, career development and related fields, as well as quick and easy job postings and online activity reports. NAP members and non-members can use the NAP Employment Centre to reach qualified candidates. PNLA members benefited from reduced registration fees. The starting salary of $54,000 is negotiable based on experience. Candidates with ten or more years of experience can expect a salary range of $74,000 or more. Position Transaction Clerk Lawyer – Full-time (considered part-time). Candidates should have experience in supporting office operations, setting up technical equipment and/or troubleshooting. Candidates should have problem-solving skills, be organized and autonomous, and comfortable with a variety of people. There will be occasional trips to other LSNF offices in North Florida, so applicants should have access to transportation and a driver`s license. We`re hiring! Legal Aid has created a new leadership role: Director of Racial Justice.

The starting salary is $28,000. Salary is negotiable based on additional experience. The comprehensive benefits package for full-time employees includes: JOB ADVERTISEMENT 22-08 Mitigation Specialist – Test Unit Office of the Federal District of the Public Defender of Arizona, Tucson. The company`s continued expansion means we are always looking for skilled and ambitious talent to join our growing team. We strive to create new experiences and opportunities for employees to grow and learn new skills. Our lawyers are encouraged to engage in impact litigation that will change laws and policies to positively impact the communities we serve. The Systems Engineer is a professional position that configures the customer database system to adapt to the changing workflow of the organization and integrates software components with existing systems to increase efficiency and generate reporting requests to meet grant and organizational requirements. Must be detail-oriented and proactive. Candidates should have a high level of professionalism, be able to exercise good judgment and have proven experience in effectively configuring the system and integrating software components. Ideal candidates have experience being part of a team that works with users to facilitate technological changes and considers how users interact with the database for optimization.