Join the California legal aid community! LAAC posts all job openings at our member programs, and we want to help get the word out on amazing opportunities to make a difference in the lives of low-income Californians.
Job postings are free for members of the Legal Aid Association of California (LAAC). Organizations that are not LAAC members may post jobs for $75 each, or $250 for unlimited postings for a year. Contact David Latt at DLatt@LAAConline.org to arrange for payment and posting. Postings will remain active for up to three months, unless otherwise indicated.
Inland Counties Legal Services (ICLS) is seeking an executive director to lead its non profit legal aid organization which is dedicated to serving low-income individuals throughout California's Riverside and San Bernardino counties.
Root & Rebound seeks a Manager of National Programs to boost our capacity to grow our national programs. Because we are a legal resource center, the ideal candidate is a JD/attorney with a strong understanding of Root & Rebound’s model and its innovative approach to the reentry legal space.
BayLegal seeks an energetic, culturally sensitive attorney with a strong commitment to public interest and social justice advocacy working from our Oakland, CA office. This position involves legal representation of low-income survivors of domestic violence in an array of family court proceedings, including dissolution of marriage, custody and support, UPAs and restraining orders.
BayLegal is seeking an experienced attorney to represent to survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual assault primarily in the area of family law and related civil legal issues.
The Law Center seeks an energetic self-starter who will embrace the responsibility of assisting in the formulation and implementation of CWLC’s strategies to secure justice for women and girls.
ICLC is seeking a talented, full-time Attorney to represent vulnerable clients in SSI, SSDI, and CAPI disability establishment hearings.
Centro Legal seeks an experienced, knowledgeable, and compassionate Human Resources Manager who thrives in a dynamic, fast-paced, non-profit legal advocacy organization, while skillfully handling a range of responsibilities in a rapidly changing environment.
The Pro Bono Justice (PBJ) Program Associate will play a critical role in ensuring the success of programs that expand the reach of life-changing legal services for underserved and isolated communities around the state.
LCCR seeks a creative, collaborative, energetic, and bilingual Staff Attorney who is deeply committed to immigrants’ rights and our organizational mission.
The Staff Attorney will serve as a critical member of LCCR’s legal team. At a historic time of need and possibility, the Staff Attorney will help lead our racial justice docket, with a team that includes a senior staff attorney focused on education, two fellows, a paralegal, and the Legal Director.
The Development Officer, Major Gifts at Bet Tzedek is responsible for building donor relationships, sustaining and increasing current donor gifts, and securing new unrestricted annual gifts.
The East Bay Community Law Center (EBCLC) is seeking a Housing Attorney/Clinical Supervisor to join its 7-person Housing Practice to represent low-income tenants in unlawful detainer cases, advocate for tenants in a broad range of housing-related legal problems, and contribute to the creation of more just and humane housing policies for Alameda County tenants, as well as train and supervise law student interns.
The Associate Managing Attorney leads systemic advocacy efforts to advance the rights of persons with disabilities to be free from abuse and neglect.
Bet Tzedek seeks diverse staff with cultural competency reflecting our client populations to serve as Kinship Care/ Special Immigrant Juvenile Status Staff Attorney.
BayLegal seeks an energetic, culturally sensitive attorney with a strong commitment to public interest and social justice advocacy to represent families seeking access to CalWORKs and related benefits programs such as Medi-Cal, CalFresh, and Refugee Cash Assistance.
The Housing Attorney will join our dynamic Housing Law practice group, which focuses on the preservation of fair and affordable housing—one of the most critical issues facing low-income families in Silicon Valley.
BayLegal seeks an energetic, culturally sensitive attorney with a strong commitment to public interest to represent individuals impacted by the criminal justice system.
Justice in Aging seeks a part-time attorney with a strong commitment to and experience providing legal services for older adults to join our organization. The successful candidate will strengthen legal services delivery to older Americans as part of the National Center on Law and Elder Rights (NCLER), which Justice in Aging administers under a contract with the Administration for Community Living.
ICLC is seeking a talented full-time Staff Attorney with three to ten years of litigation experience to join our team and work on habitability litigation on behalf of low-income tenants. This position is part of ICLC’s Slum Housing Litigation Team, which combines outreach, education, tenant organizing, and litigation to address housing-related health hazards that threaten vulnerable, low-income tenants. ICLC’s lawyers, paralegals, and organizers seek to improve unhealthy living conditions, preserve affordable housing, protect against retaliation, and recover financial damages.
ICLC is seeking a Tenant Organizer to work with our Healthy Homes Project, which combines outreach, education, tenant organizing, and housing litigation to address housing-related health hazards that threaten vulnerable, low-income tenants.
ICLC is expanding its Homelessness Prevention Project to holistically address a range of problems which can lead to the loss of, or inability to obtain, safe and affordable housing.
The Youth Law Fellow will specialize in representation of youth from monolingual Spanish speaking families. Advocacy to address the denial of special education supports and services that results from the lack of language access is a tremendous area of need in California.
Under the direction of the Supervising Attorney, the Legal Advocate/Paralegal will provide litigation and case management support to LACLJ staff attorneys who provide legal services to survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual assault.