The Alliance for Community Transit – Los Angeles (ACT-LA) is a broad coalition of 41 organizations that fight for housing and transit justice in Los Angeles County.
The coalition is seeking applicants for a new position, Housing Justice Campaign Manager.
LaFHAC is hiring an Education Coordinator and a Community Engagement Coordinator.
Community Engagement Coordinator:
The Louisiana Fair Housing Action Center (LaFHAC) seeks a Community Engagement Coordinator to conduct statewide and targeted outreach – through in-person outreach (when able to be conducted safely), and web-based tools to increase knowledge of fair housing laws and LaFHAC’s work throughout Louisiana. The ideal candidate has outreach experience, design experience, and/or familiarity with social media and other web-based tools, and is detail oriented, well-organized, creative, and strategic. Fluency in Spanish is preferred, but is not required. Read more about the position here.
The Louisiana Fair Housing Action Center (LaFHAC) seeks an Education Coordinator to build, institutionalize and facilitate LaFHAC’s educational offerings to a wide array of stakeholders. The ideal candidate is a clear and engaging speaker with community education and/or curriculum development experience; they are detail oriented, well-organized, and visionary. Fluency in Spanish a plus. Read more about the position here.
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AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION OF LOUISIANA
The American Civil Liberties Union of Louisiana (ACLU-LA) seeks a leader who enjoys working in a fast-paced environment to join our dynamic team as a Staff Attorney. The staff attorney is a member of ACLU-LA’s leadership team and will report to the legal director. In addition, the staff attorney will manage an array of civil rights and civil liberties cases centered around our initiative or achieving racial and gender justice.
Legal Intern – Racial & Gender Justice Intern
The ACLU of Louisiana is seeking a dynamic law student who is passionate about racial and gender justice to join our team as a Racial and Gender Justice Legal Intern. This position is a temporary role with a duration of six to eight weeks beginning in June 2021.
ACLU-LA, the state affiliate of the national American Civil Liberties Union, is a private, non-profit, non-partisan public interest organization dedicated to defending and advancing civil liberties and civil rights through advocacy, coalition-building, litigation, legislative, community mobilization, and public education.
Applications are open for the
2021 Robert Masur Fellowship in Civil Liberties!
The fellowship is open to first-year law students who intend to carry out significant activities during the summer (in between their first and second year) in the areas of civil rights and/or civil liberties. Fellows each receive a $2,000 honorarium. Proposed activities may include a writing or research project, work with a public interest organization in the areas of civil rights or civil liberties, work on a civil rights or civil liberties law case under the supervision of a faculty member or lawyer, or any other work in the areas of civil rights or civil liberties.
Applications must be submitted by Friday, April 16, 2021 to be eligible. No email applications will be considered. All applications must be submitted online through the Submittable portal.
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 212-822-0263.
Louisiana Appleseed is hiring a Policy Analyst! The ideal candidate is interested in working at intersection of law and policy using data, law, and maps to advocate for systemic change and solving problems at their root cause. The new position carries an opportunity for growth, plus benefits including health, dental, 401(k), paid sick days, and paid vacation after 1 year of service. Louisiana Appleseed is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all persons regardless of religion, race, gender, age, nationality or sexual orientation.
The Alabama Disabilities Advocacy Program is hiring a fellow for their Voting Rights work.
Learn more: Voting Rights Law Fellow
The Louisiana Center for Children’s Rights is looking for a Louisiana licensed attorney for their Children’s Defense Team who is a client-centered and zealous advocate. Their ideal candidate will have experience as a juvenile defender or demonstrated dedication and commitment to young people.
LCCR CDT Staff Attorney Job Posting
POSITION: MICHAEL RATNER JUSTICE FELLOW
Palestine Legal seeks a 2-year legal fellow to join Palestine Legal’s team in providing direct legal assistance to and advocating on behalf of people who face suppression for expressing views in favor of Palestinian rights.
Michael Ratner was instrumental in creating Palestine Legal, and was a founding board member until he passed in 2016. Michael made it his life’s work to fight for the rights of the oppressed and dispossessed internationally, including victims of US imperialism and militarism in the U.S., Latin America, and around the world. From his legal and political home at the Center for Constitutional Rights, he spearheaded litigation efforts to free indefinitely detained Guantanamo prisoners, worked with Latin American freedom movements to get accountability for human rights violations, and championed litigation and advocacy efforts to get accountability for Israeli human rights violations. Michael modeled for us the kind of fearless lawyering in service of movements for justice and freedom that Palestine Legal strives to provide.
The Fellow will be at the center of Palestine Legal’s intake, legal advocacy and litigation work. The Fellow will work in collaboration with Palestine Legal staff, partner attorneys and activist groups, clients, and others in challenging the suppression of Palestine advocacy. They will also communicate about our legal work with the media and engage with different constituencies through public speaking and Know Your Rights workshops.
Movement Law Lab is hiring a Managing Director to help structure, build, and support its growing team and programs.
About Movement Law Lab
Movement Law Lab is committed to building power in marginalized communities of color by growing the field of movement lawyering. Movement lawyering strategically combines law and community organizing to protect, defend, and embolden social movements.