The Urban Justice Center Domestic Violence Project (DVP) is seeking an immigration attorney with 0-2
years’ experience to work within a legal-psychosocial framework with survivors of intimate partner
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
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.
DVP seeks a legal intern to work within a legal-psychosocial framework with survivors of intimate partner abuse to provide assistance to Family Law attorneys in matters concerning orders of protection, custody, visitation, child/spousal support, and uncontested divorces.
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.
The Safety Net Project offers internships and volunteer opportunities at our Lower Manhattan offices on a rolling basis. We welcome undergraduates, graduate students, law students, and volunteers seeking to contribute to our advocacy and legal work by assisting our staff.
The Domestic Violence Project at the Urban Justice Center seeks a highly motivated individual to fill DVP's Hotline Volunteer. The applicant should demonstrate a commitment and interest in non-profit work and helpings survivors of domestic violence receive access and guidance towards beneficial legal and clinical services.