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ProfileProject Attorney - Eviction Prevention Project
Qualification and Experience
The candidate should be a recent graduate of an accredited law school, preferably a current member of Georgia Bar, with a demonstrated commitment to social justice. Working knowledge of Georgia landlord tenant law and experience representing tenants in Georgia courts is needed. Familiarity with the county in which they will be located is preferable. Must have excellent communication skills with the ability to articulate the Project's initiatives to different audiences through public speaking, writing, partnership development, and community education events. Should have strong organizational skills and ability to perform tasks necessary to maintain a substantial active caseload of advocacy and litigation. Ability to analyze, write, and present ideas and legal concepts clearly and concisely is required. Should have willingness and ability to work as part of a team in a professional and collaborative manner. Must have computer literacy, which includes familiarity using email, Excel, Word, SharePoint, LegalServer, and other computer programs. Should be willing to relocate to cities around Georgia outside of Atlanta. Must have reliable transportation and a valid Georgia drivers license. Ability to speak Spanish is preferred.
Requisition Number: 18-0002. Send resume, cover letter, and writing sample.
Georgia Legal Services Program.
The United Way Building
1311 Union Street
Brunswick, GA 31520-7226