Legal Voice seeks an experienced attorney to join its team of skilled, creative social justice advocates.
Legal Voice is the Northwest’s premier women’s and LGBTQ legal rights organization, improving the law and women’s lives since 1978. Recognizing that the law is a powerful tool to advance equality and achieve justice, Legal Voice protects and defends women's and LGBTQ rights through public impact litigation, legislative advocacy, and legal rights education. From its base in Seattle, Legal Voice works in the state and federal courts of Washington, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Alaska, and advocates for legislative change at the local and state level in Washington State. As a progressive feminist organization, Legal Voice prioritizes a commitment to racial justice in our work and among our staff.
Lefal Voice seek a lawyer with seven or more years of litigation experience to join our dedicated staff. The position is located in Seattle, in its collegial and fun office above Seattle’s historic Paramount Theater. This position reports to Legal Voice’s Advocacy Director, and will most likely manage Legal Voice’s work on economic justice, health care, and gender discrimination in employment, education, and athletics, although those subject areas may change depending on the applicant’s expertise. Primary responsibilities include:
The preferred applicant will be a member of the bar in one or more of the five Northwest states (or willing to obtain bar membership within a reasonable time) who has a demonstrated commitment to women’s and LGBTQ legal rights, with experience in one of the following areas: gender equity in employment, education, or athletics; economic justice; or health care law and policy. For more details about job responsibilities and qualifications please review the job description at docs.legalvoice.org/StaffAttorney_Description.pdf
Salary & Benefits: This full-time position has a salary range of $65,000-80,000, depending on experience. Benefits include: health insurance (including dental) with full payment of premiums for the employee; three weeks of vacation to start in a culture that supports and encourages people to take vacations; ten paid holidays per year; 401K with a possible employer contribution; paid sick and safe leave; flexible and generous family leave; payment of bar dues; and professional development opportunities.
Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume by October 6, 2017, to [email protected]
Legal Voice follows an equal opportunity employment policy and employs personnel without regard to race, creed, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, physical or mental ability, veteran status, military obligations, and marital status.