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Min 5 yrs required
Jun 23, 2022
Oct 06, 2022
Jan 28, 2021
Attorney Advisor, Focus on Human Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation
The candidate will serves as an expert to prosecutors and allied justice professionals through the provision of training and technical assistance and the development of publications. Will researches the latest case law and legislation on issues related to the prosecution of sexual violence, intimate partner violence, stalking, human trafficking, and related crimes. An Attorney Advisor also identifies innovative programs, procedures, and strategies; provides technical assistance and case consultation to prosecutors and allied criminal justice professionals; develops materials and provides training for local, state, national, and international audiences; and synthesizes research to write articles and contribute to resources, training materials, and other legal publications. Conduct and coordinate research of case law, legislation, policies, practices, and emerging issues related to the prosecution of sexual violence, intimate partner violence, stalking, and human trafficking. Write, review, edit, and contribute to legal and non-legal publications and other documents. Develop and recommend resources for use by prosecutors and allied professionals. Conduct and coordinate legal and technical assistance including individual case consultation. Develop, review, and edit training materials and curricula. Develop and deliver live and virtual presentations for international, national, state, and local multidisciplinary audiences. Develop and participate in the execution of trial advocacy training. Represent the organization at meetings and other events. Work one-on-one with prosecutors and allied professionals to provide information and resources aimed at enhancing and refining their knowledge related to the prosecution of sexual violence, intimate partner violence, stalking and human trafficking. Work in partnership with a national network of prosecutors, allied professionals, and partner organizations. Contribute to the development of proposals for training events, grant solicitations, and other relevant projects. Cultivate and maintain relationships by conducting outreach to prosecutors and other allied professionals. Complete special projects and perform other duties as assigned. Other duties may be assigned as they relate to furthering the mission of Firms.
Qualification and ExperienceThe candidate should have J.D. and state or federal Bar membership. Must have significant criminal prosecution experience, with a focus on human trafficking, including jury trial experience, at the state or local level (5+ years preferred). Substantive, specialized knowledge and experience in prosecution of sexual violence, intimate partner violence, stalking, and/or human trafficking cases is needed. Must have excellent research, writing, and oral communication skills. Must have strong analytical skills. Must have knowledge of federal, state, and local laws. Strong teaching and training experience is required. Experience with Microsoft Office, web-based communication tools, and research applications (e.g. Westlaw, G Suite, Zoom) is needed. Proposal writing and grant management experience helpful.
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Hiring CoordinatorAEquitas.1100 H Street NW,Suite 310Washington, DC 20005
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