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Public Interest

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Years of Experience

3-5 yrs required


New York City, NY

Date Last Verified

Sep 21,2017

Posted on

Aug 14,2017
Practice Area
Real Estate >> Real Estate
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Supervisors The candidate will be managing and supervising casehandling staff (attorneys and paralegals) to assure high-quality legal practice and guide professional development, assisting in the development and filing affirmative litigation, co-counseling complex cases, managing grants, and collaborating with community-based organizations. Will also expected to provide vision and leadership to grow the practice of community lawyering and address racial, social and economic injustice. Must have 3-5 years’ experience providing civil legal services to low income people or comparable relevant experience. Must have 2+ years’ experience in housing, landlord/tenant and or related advocacy, required, with NYC experience strongly preferred. Excellent analytical, writing, and communication skills is required. Experience in supervision preferred. Must have background in organizing or enthusiasm for partnering with community-based organizations. Fluency or proficiency in a second language preferred, particularly Spanish.

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Job #s60_2017. Send a cover letter, resume, writing sample and three references.

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