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Organization TypePublic Interest
Date Last Verified
Years of Experience
Qualification and Experience
Requirements: Current Bar membership in good standing in any state in the US or District of Columbia. 2-5 years of experience representing immigrant women and/or girls in asylum, VAWA, T visa, and/or U visa cases before the DHS, Immigration Courts and BIA strongly preferred; candidates with exceptional clinical or internship experience may also be considered. Strong substantive understanding of U.S. immigration law; candidates with family-based immigration law and consular processing practice, are encouraged to apply. Experience working with survivors of domestic violence and trauma. Excellent legal analysis, written and oral advocacy and presentation skills. Responsible, self-initiating, and focused, with proven ability to work independently and also collaboratively in a team-based decision-making environment. Experience designing trainings and presenting to legal and non-legal audiences is a plus. Represent mission and values among stakeholders. Meticulous organizational habits with an ability to manage a complex caseload, establish priorities, and meet deadlines. Strong interpersonal skills and record of cultural competence and cross-cultural communication skills; experience working with clients, staff and interns of diverse backgrounds. Commitment to learning and promoting the principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion. Fluency in Spanish is desired. Commitment to foundational values and mission, and demonstrated commitment to legal services, public interest law, and/or social justice. Understanding of the law firm and pro bono culture a plus.