There is a job opening at the Capital Post-Conviction Project of Louisiana (CPCPL). Interested applicants should apply as indicated in the attached position announcements, one for Senior Staff Attorney, the preferred category, and one for Staff Attorney, with less experience.
CPCPL is a non-profit law office, established to represent indigent death-sentenced men and women in Louisiana. The Director is Gary P. Clements and Matilde J. Carbia is Deputy Director. CPCPL teams provide direct representation, pursuing collateral relief in capital cases in state and federal post-conviction. In addition, the office is responsible for securing counsel for all death-sentenced indigent persons in post-conviction in Louisiana, and for providing assistance to law firms who are currently representing capital post-conviction clients pro bono.