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BERTHA FELLOWSHIP 2016 Application Package The Bertha Fellowship is a two year fellowship for emerging lawyers (0-2 years out of law school) who are interested in gaining both practical experience working on CCR cases and a theoretical understanding of … Continue reading
Staff Attorney The Pro Bono Project – New Orleans, LA Management of Pro Bono Medical Legal Partnership Project in partnership with other community agencies. Attorney will have primary responsibility for coordination of legal services at onsite clinics, and assessment, support, … Continue reading
The deadline to apply for LRAP is this Friday, September 18. If you have any questions, contact Christina Luwisch at 504-861-5762. Apply here!!!
Background: The Louisiana Civil Justice Center (LCJC) was established in 2006 to provide disaster legal assistance and connect displaced residents with critical legal services. Over the years, LCJC’s mission has expanded to provide legal services to low-income, disaster-affected and other … Continue reading
Advocacy Center is currently hiring for two staff attorney positions.
The Louisiana Center for Children’s Rights is seeking an experienced attorney to lead our campaign to end juvenile life without parole sentences in Louisiana. The Special Counsel will develop a comprehensive advocacy strategy to protect and expand the rights of … Continue reading
SLLS is looking for law students or recent grads to gain experience in the Covington office assisting on a variety of different cases, regard divorce, custody, protective orders, and/or helping children in the foster care system. Law clerks will receive … Continue reading
Southeast Louisiana Legal Services is seeking 4 full-time attorneys.
The New York Times recently featured an article on a new repayment plan offered to borrowers. The plan has been called Repaye and is based on the “pay as you earn” repayment program, which became available to some borrowers nearly … Continue reading
Loyola College of Law graduates employed in qualifying public service positions may now apply for the Loan Repayment Assistance Program. Learn more and apply at www.loyno.edu/gillislong.