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Director of Faith Affairs
Responsibilities: Create and maintain ally relationships within the faith-based community and mobilize faith-based leaders and advocates to promote responsible lending practices. Provide technical assistance to faith-based leaders, faith advocacy organizations, faith-based coalitions, and public policy leaders working on responsible lending issues. Serve as an internal expert on organizing within faith communities by monitoring, compiling and tracki
Post-Conviction Staff Attorney
Candidate must have a North Carolina law license prior to beginning work. Must have excellent analytical skills and have a substantial interest in advocacy for indigent clients. Should have strong interpersonal skills, be detail-oriented, write well, and be able to relate to people with diverse backgrounds and experiences.
The candidate will be expected to work from mid-May through the beginning of August, although shorter internships may be arranged in some circumstances. Work requirements for semester interns are more flexible and can be negotiated on an individual basis.
Civil Team Staff Attorney
The candidate will play a leading role in the litigation of individual claims on behalf of incarcerated people, from fact-gathering and initial case research through discovery, motion practice, settlement negotiations, and trial. In addition, the attorney will assist clients that have filed pro se federal civil rights claims with discrete phases of their litigation, including discovery and mediation. The attorney will also respond to client intake l
Duties: Communicate with attorney and/or client to take instructions, obtain information, report on status of matters and otherwise support legal actions. Work with attorneys to draft and prepare all documentation required for various types of transactions as assigned. In some instances, responsible for clerical work in preparing documents, scheduling meetings, and presentations. Organize, maintain, review, summarize, and analyze documents and records, compile info
Program Director of Pro Bono Services
Hybrid remote work schedule available: 3 days in office/field and 2 days remote
Base office in Asheville, NC
Position Status: Full-Time
FLSA Status: Exempt
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Martin Luther King Jr. Internship Program
The program provides a paid, 10-week opportunity for talented law students to spend their summer experiencing the real world of legal aid advocacy. Will work under the supervision of seasoned attorneys in offices and projects across the state, bringing legal theory to life by doing substantive work on real cases for real clients.
Fellow handle a general caseload in traditional areas of poverty law practice, including housing, domestic violence, public benefits, consumer rights, employment and elder law issues. Must have a demonstrated commitment to social justice and community service, and be able to relate well to low-income people in a rural setting. Must have an N.C. law license when fellowship begins, usually in September. Law students must be a 3L to apply.
Fellow are responsible for handling a general caseload in traditional areas of poverty law practice, including housing, employment, consumer, public benefits, and elder law issues. Must be expected to have demonstrated their commitment to community service and be able to relate well to low-income people in a rural setting. Should expect to be licensed to practice law in North Carolina when fellowship begins, usually in September. Law students must be a 3L to
Fellows handle a general caseload in the traditional areas of poverty law practice ob behalf of clients who live in Richmond and Anson counties. Types of cases usually involve housing, employment, consumer, domestic and/or public benefits. Must have recent law school graduates. Must have demonstrated commitment to social justice. Must be ready to accept the challenging and rewarding tasks of full-fledged attorneys who serve and live in rural communities. La
The Fellowship offers one-year staff attorney positions for recent law school graduates who are committed to serving low-income North Carolinians in rural areas. Will be responsible for handling a general caseload in the traditional areas of poverty law practice on behalf of clients who live in rural areas. Types of cases usually involve housing, employment, consumer, domestic and/or public benefits. The Fellows begin their service every year in September,
Public Interest Fellowship
The fellow will help provide legal services to eligible low income people. provide a learning opportunity for the fellow in legal process, substantive law and the ways in which low-income people are affected by the law. and provide an in-depth evaluation in the event the fellow seeks an attorney position in the future. Help Attorneys Represent Clients. Assist attorneys as directed on specific cases, including interviewing clients and witnesses. col
The candidate will work for Immigrant Relations. Will coordinate day-to-day office operations while also supporting clients, legal team members, and volunteers. Process client files and collate legal documentation. Submit case processing forms to USCIS. Communicate with clients about case progress. Complete client screening interviews and client consultations. Complete accounting tasks- create invoices, receive payments, and issue receipts. Receive and scan b
The candidate will be doing legal research. Reviewing trial transcripts and discovery. Drafting briefs, motions, and pleadings. Taking client interviews. Initial case reviews. Attending meetings and hearings as they arise.
2023 Summer Legal Internship
The candidate will do legal research and writing on issues for litigation purposes or for other environmental advocacy efforts. Depending on the project area, research may involve federal and state environmental statutes and regulations, including procedural and evidentiary issues. In addition to doing research, interns are immersed in case and project management, and encouraged to partake in educational out-of-office opportunities. For example,