The candidate will serve eligible clients. Handle a variety of cases, potentially including domestic violence, homelessness prevention, consumer issues, public benefits, family law, housing, and other areas of poverty law practice. The successful candidate will be active in local bar and community activities and will participate in community education and outreach to eligible clients. Assist in building out this project. Collaborate closely with staff in other offices. Must be licensed in New Mexico, licensed in another state, and eligible for reciprocity, or eligible for New Mexico legal aid providers limited licensing. Experience as a practicing attorney is desired. Must possess excellent written and oral communication skills, the ability to manage multiple tasks, manage a significant caseload, and build collaborative relationships within the staff and the community. Must be willing to travel. Proficiency in Spanish is a plus.