YWCA of Central Alabama
YWCA of Central Alabama

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Location
Birmingham, AL
Date
Jan 31, 20
Description
Staff Attorney Duties: Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Provide comp...
Location
Birmingham, AL
Date
Jan 03, 20
Description
Supervising Attorney Duties: Supervise day-to-day operation of the Family Law Center. Supervise staff attorneys and support staff to ensure holistic,...
Location
Birmingham, AL
Date
Dec 06, 19
Description
Supervising Attorney The candidate will provide legal counsel and representation to qualified applicants in company’s Family Law Center, specifical...
Location
Birmingham, AL
Date
May 17, 19
Description
Domestic Violence Legal Services Staff Attorney The candidate will work in the Domestic Violence Services Offices. Provide advice and representation ...
Location
Birmingham, AL
Date
Sep 21, 16
Description
Staff Attorney The candidate will provide consultation and representation to victims of domestic violence. Provide comprehensive legal intake, consul...

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