The Urban Justice Center is always looking for people interested in moving social justice forward. See below for opportunities
Immigration Attorney – Domestic Violence Project
The Urban Justice Center Domestic Violence Project (DVP) is seeking an experienced immigration attorney to work within a legal-psychosocial framework with survivors of domestic violence to provide legal representation and advocacy on immigration matters including U and T visas, SIJS, adjustment of status, VAWA Self-Petitions, Battered Spouse Waivers, naturalization, and removal defense. The ideal candidate will be community-oriented with a proven ability to work with teammates and clients of diverse backgrounds.
Legal Advocate – Domestic Violence Project
DVP seeks a full-time advocate to work within a legal-psychosocial framework with and on behalf survivors of intimate partner violence from our Staten Island and Brooklyn locations.
Family Law Staff Attorney – Domestic Violence Project
The Domestic Violence Project (DVP) at the Urban Justice Center seeks a Family Law Attorney to work within a legal-psychosocial framework with survivors of domestic violence to provide legal representation and advocacy on custody/visitation, orders of protection, child/spousal support, and divorce.
Experienced Staff Accountant
Urban Justice Center is looking for an organized, detail oriented and energetic nonprofit experienced staff accountant. The position will be involved in most aspects of nonprofit accounting including accounts payable, grants management, audit.
The Legal Director is part of the Sex Workers Project (SWP) Management Team, coordinating and supervising SWP’s direct legal services work, as well as engaging in a leadership role in interdisciplinary work with the SWP public policy, research, communications and development staff.
Legal interns and Volunteers
The Safety Net Project offers internships and volunteer opportunities at our Lower Manhattan offices on a rolling basis. We welcome law students, prospective legal fellows, and legal volunteers who would like to help further our efforts to minimize evictions and ensure tenants obtain necessary repairs to their buildings and apartments.
Transparency in Coverage Rule Disclosure:
This link leads to the machine readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine-readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to more easily access and analyze data.
Want to join the fighting force?
The Social Justice Accelerator awards chosen applicants an opportunity and resources to develop their social justice initiatives.