Responsibilites: Representing domestic violence survivors with temporary protective orders, legitimations, custody disputes, divorces, and other family law problems in state, federal, and administrative courts; working with other domestic violence advocates to explore and solve systemic issues affecting significant numbers of clients.
Graduate of accredited law school; Georgia Bar membership; demonstrated interest or experience in working with low income clients and/or on poverty law issues. Good oral advocacy, writing, and computer skills. Have a reliable car and driver’s license. Ability to speak Spanish is a plus.
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Salary is dependent upon experience and qualifications; GLSP offers
excellent fringe benefits including an employer-financed partial loan
repayment program. To apply, please send a statement of interest,
resume, writing sample.