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Organization TypePublic Interest
Date Last Verified
Years of Experience
Qualification and Experience
Qualifications: A current Bar membership in good standing for any state in the United States or the District of Columbia. 7-10 years of experience representing clients in the practice of general immigration law before the BIA and the EOIR, especially in regard to more complicated family-based and removal cases. Significant experience supervising legal staff. Broad knowledge of family-based immigration law; deportation defense law, including the grounds of inadmissibility and deportability; the intersection of criminal and immigration law; and the rules governing BIA and judicial review. Excellent writing, editing, legal analysis, and oral presentation skills. Exceptional time management skills and the ability to meet deadlines. A strong work ethic, including the following qualities: organized, flexible, reliable, and dependable, with the ability to be an independent worker, and able to handle several projects simultaneously while thriving in a team-based collaborative decision-making environment. It is a plus if the applicant has additional experience including: 5+ years of experience supervising legal staff. 15+ years of experience representing low-income clients in the practice of general immigration law, especially family-based and removal cases, including experience representing clients before the BIA and the EOIR. Writing and securing grants from foundations and corporations. Technical writing whether for immigration or other purposes. Training, teaching, or other public speaking experience. Working in, leading, or forming coalitions. Collaborating with immigrant communities. Coordinating civic engagement projects or working as a community organizer. Second language proficiency—preferably Spanish, Mandarin, or Cantonese—within the range of conversational to fluent. Business marketing and/or public relations experience utilizing both traditional and social media communication, such as: preparation of media materials and website content; outreach to and interaction with media outlets; writing and sending press releases; preparing interview talking points; writing blog posts, articles, or letters to the editor.
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Immigrant Legal Resource Center
1663 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94103