The ACLU Foundation of Southern California (ACLU-SC) seeks applications for one full-time Staff Attorney to lead its “Dignity for All” project – a project dedicated to ending homelessness in Orange County. This position is intended to be a five-year job assignment contingent on continued funding.
The ACLU of Southern California seeks a third year law student or recent law school graduate to sponsor for fellowship applications with Skadden, Soros and/or school-funded fellowships in one of the following areas: (1) immigrants’ rights, where we are particularly interested in fellowship projects focused on local law enforcement of immigration laws, including police and immigration agency collaboration, the rights of criminal defendants subject to immigration detainers, and discriminatory police practices; (2) police practices related to gangs, with a particular interest in gang injunctions, as well as police and school-disciplinary action directed against at-risk youth suspected of having gang affiliations; and (3) other projects related to protecting the civil rights of vulnerable populations, including immigrant workers.
All applicants should email a cover letter, resume, and writing sample, and include Fellowship/preferred subject area in the email subject line. Items may also be mailed to the address listed below, but but email applications are preferred:
ACLU Foundation of Southern California
1313 West Eighth St., Suite 200
Los Angeles, California 90017
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