Current Openings

The Law Center seeks diverse, well-qualified candidates with a passion for social justice. In addition to permanent staff positions, the Law Center hosts sponsor-paid and unpaid fellowships, internships, and pro bono opportunities.

The Law Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Persons of color, LGBT persons, and persons with disabilities are especially encouraged to apply.


Please review the linked job descriptions for application instructions. 


Staff Positions

Deputy Director: The Law Center is seeking a smart, strategic, results-driven leader to support and strengthen the organization and help it grow. Reporting to the Executive Director, who is also the organization's founder, the Deputy Director is responsible for program planning and oversight; financial and operations management; and plays an integral role in developing and reporting on funding proposals. The Deputy Director also helps manage and grow the organization's relationships with stakeholders and partners, in collaboration with the Executive Director and other staff. The Deputy Director serves on the management team, staffs several board committees, is a close partner to the Executive Director, and works collaboratively with the Director of Development and Communications. 

Volunteer Attorney (Pro Bono projects): The Law Center is seeking a part time (15-25 hours/week) volunteer attorney to help develop, maintain, and oversee our large program of pro bono legal projects. It will be a great opportunity to oversee innovative legal work involving homelessness, housing, poverty, and education projects, work directly with attorney volunteers at major law firms and corporate legal departments. More details linked to the job title.
 
Fellowships

The Law Center is accepting proposals for post-graduate legal fellowships, including Skadden, Equal Justice Works, and other fellowship programs. Interested students should apply to the Law Center before July 1, 2018. Candidates will coordinate with the Law Center to submit applications in September 2018, for work to begin in September 2019. 

Internships

Internships are available year-round for students in semester-based or quarter-based programs. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

Legal Internships are available to second- and third-year law students. (Rising 2Ls may apply for summer internships.) 


Policy Internships are available to undergraduate students, graduate students, and recent graduates.

Development & Communications Internships are available to undergraduate students, graduate students, and recent graduates.