We are a mission based law practice that seeks individuals interested in both the law and social justice. While not all of our work involves fighting for under-represented individuals, it forms the core of our values and inspires our work. At the heart of our practice involves a belief in the causes of our clients regardless of their privilege or lack thereof. We are seeking individuals willing to learn and practice with us. They must be motivated by intellectual curiosity, want to improve their skills, and enjoy the personal growth that comes from helping others with challenges and setbacks in life. Our work thrives on the diversity of backgrounds and experiences of our employees. We are not just an equal opportunity employer, we are an equal opportunity recruiter.
[Special COVID 19 note: While we are accepting applications during the current COVID 19 pandemic, our interviews will be scheduled by video for the initial interview and in-person for any follow up interview. In person interviews will be subject to all public health guidelines and CDC recommendations.]
Experience: 2-4 years in any area of actual legal practice.
We are seeking an associate attorney with private practice experience. Considerations that are relevent to this position include experience in writing for litigation, fluency in a second language, personal experience with Immigration, or past experience with judicial clerkships. This position will involve extensive appellate writing, attendance for depositions, and attendance and arguments in court.
Applicants are requested to include a current resume, writing sample, and a letter explaining their interest in litigation or Immigration law.
Client Communication Manager - Part Time
Experience: 1-4 years of experience in a professional environment.
The Client Communications Manager, duties will be responsible for managing all communications into the law firm, including outgoing client communications by telephone, text, and email. This position will also require answering and scheduling video calls. We are a fully automated office and the ability to learn new software and an understanding of maintining a central filing database is a must. In the event of a future COVID 19 Pandemic shutdown, this position will require attendance at the office to coordinate and support remote access of staff. Conversational ability in Spanish is also required. This position has the potential for full-time employment post-COVID 19.
Applicants are requested to include a current resume and cover letter summarizing their past professional experience.
Applications should be addressed to:
195 Church Street, Floor 11
New Haven, Connecticut 06510 and e-mailed only to: [email protected]
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