- Field & organize legal and legislative requests for the Law Center.
- Spur and maintain contact with clients, stakeholders, allied attorneys, & Law Center donors.
- Review documents and correspondence for editing.
- Perform general office management duties for Law Center such as writing correspondence, scheduling interoffice meetings, assisting the General Counsel with scheduling, and managing his calendar, and keeping good records.
- Keep cases and projects organized by establishing and organizing files; monitoring calendars; meeting deadlines; documenting actions; inputting information into file database and case management software; confirming case status with attorney.
- Assist with the recruitment and interviewing process of legal interns and fellows for the summer and during the school year.
- Manage and field legislative requests from the Public Policy team by assigning requests to Law Center attorneys, tracking the progress on each request, and providing the final work product to the Public Policy team.
- Manage intake requests received through the lawsuit website.
- Manage email correspondences between the Law Center and the individuals that submit intake requests and inquiries.
- Manage the creation and dissemination of declination letters.
- Manage requests to remove nonconsensual content from the Internet (i.e., research who the direct website or hosting provider is, find appropriate contact information, create and disseminate the cease and desist letters, track status of content removal, and update clients as appropriate when content has been removed).
- Assist with general research requests pertinent to litigation and potential new cases.
- Help plan CLE events.
- Other duties as assigned.Requirements: Bachelor’s degree or 3-5 years of experience in a law firm; Excellent communication skills; Familiarity and working knowledge of legal documents and legal terminology.
- Ability to work independently as well as part of a team supporting a group of attorneys from the Law Center; Excellent organizational skills, and strong attention to detail.
- Must possess high levels of initiative, creativity, work ethic, and good judgment.
- A commitment to actively working in alignment with the movement to end sexual exploitation, human trafficking, and pornography; Philosophical agreement with the mission of the organization.
- A collaborative and team-oriented work ethic; Strong computer skills with proficiency in MS Office Suite and document management systems; Paralegal training desirable but not required.
Closing Date: Open application until candidate is found Website or application links: https://endsexualexploitation.org/careers/
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