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The candidate will represent clients and supervise staff attorneys, pro bono attorneys, and law student interns on all aspects of client representation on direct appeal in the Appellate Division and the New York Court of Appeals, including case conferencing and strategy development, client communication and legal visits, brief drafting, oral argument, and leave applications. Will represent clients and supervise staff attorneys in post-conviction matter...
Appellate Litigation Attorney
The candidate must have strong research, writing, and speaking skills, and have proven experience in writing appeals, writing substantive motions, and arguing in the State Courts and the Appellate Division.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Litigate in trial and appellate courts, both state and federal, including writing and reviewing briefs, motion papers, and affidavits, preparing witnesses and taking and defending depositions. Conduct legal research and fact investigations to identify racial justice issues subject to legal challenge. Develop new cases and identify and work with potential plaintiffs and witnesses; Support and advise Union affiliates, coalition partners and r...