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  • 05/21/2023 11:45 AM | Anonymous

    Communities Rise seeks an attorney committed to social justice and skilled in nonprofit law to help advance our bold mission to build community power. We would appreciate if you could post this on your job posting announcements page. 

    If you have any questions please email our Legal Services Executive Director Andrew Kashyap at

  • 05/21/2023 11:41 AM | Anonymous

    Snohomish County District Court is seeking highly motivated and experienced candidates to fill Legal Process Assistant II positions at the Cascade Division in Arlington, Evergreen Division in Monroe, and South Division in Lynnwood.
    The Legal Process Assistant II provides outstanding customer service to all court users, can efficiently use computer programs and applications consistent with today’s office technology, and is proficient in organizing information with the ability to accurately enter data into a case management system while maintaining the integrity of the record.  Successful Candidates will have:

    Excellent customer service skills and a passion for public service.
    A commitment to equity and inclusion and the ability to work with tact and diplomacy within a multicultural community and workforce.

    The ability to work independently at a high-performance rate while being flexible and dedicated to supporting the team.

    • 1 year legal or other office experience that provides the required knowledge or abilities; or successful completion of a training period for the Legal Process Assistant I.
    • Ability to type 35 words per minute.


    The recruitment process is always exciting for our court and we like to share our opportunities with agencies that reflect the communities we live, work and play in. Please feel free to share this opportunity with those in your organization or your community. For more information follow the link to the Snohomish County Careers page.

  • 05/21/2023 11:40 AM | Anonymous

    Our Appointed Counsel for Indigent Tenants Program is currently seeking applications for two Tenant Defense Attorneys positions. These attorneys will provide crucial legal assistance to tenants facing eviction in eastern and central Washington, ensuring they have access to fair representation and safeguarding their rights.

    We have two openings available:


    1. A full-time position in the Benton-Franklin Area.
    2. A half-time position in or around Grant County.


    We are looking for attorneys who are passionate about social justice and/or have experience in landlord-tenant law or eviction defense, and are dedicated to providing high-quality legal representation to indigent tenants. 

    If you know of any attorneys in your network who may be interested in applying or learning more about these positions, please encourage them to submit their qualifications in response to our Request for Qualifications (RFQ). 

    The positions will be open until filled, and we kindly request that you circulate this opportunity among your members and other relevant contacts.

  • 05/21/2023 11:37 AM | Anonymous

    The Office of Civil Legal Aid (OCLA) is an independent agency in the judicial branch of state government. Recognizing that “the provision of civil legal aid services to indigent persons is an important component of the state's responsibility to provide for the proper and effective administration of civil and criminal justice,” the Washington State Legislature established OCLA in 2005 to manage the then-small state investment in civil legal aid services to low-income people in Washington State. In the years since, the Legislature has greatly expanded the scope of OCLA’s responsibilities.

    Consistent with The Washington State Supreme Court’s June 4, 2020 Statement to the Legal Community, OCLA acknowledges that it and its contracted civil legal aid providers operate in a law and justice system historically grounded in racism and that time and again has administered justice differentially depending on the racial identities of those involved. OCLA was an initial subscriber to the Washington Race Equity and Justice Acknowledgments and Commitments. As outlined in its own Race Equity and Justice Statement of Purpose, OCLA is committed to being an active partner in carrying out the Washington State judicial branch’s commitment to ensuring equity and justice for people and communities throughout our state.

    OCLA’s Children’s Representation Program (CRP) underwrites and oversees the delivery of effective, standards-based and equity-informed representation for children and youth for whom attorneys are appointed under state law. The CRP is committed to fostering fundamental change in Washington State’s child welfare and juvenile court practices, which have historically and continue to cause disproportionate harm to BIPOC children and youth, as well as children and youth who have a range of learning and related disabilities; who suffer multiple and compounding traumas; who identify and/or present as gender or sex non-conforming; and who lack a legal voice in the process.

    The CRP is currently seeking exceptional contract attorneys with a passion for equity and justice for children and youth involved in the child welfare system to accept appointments made under RCW 13.34.212(3) to provide legal representation for children 8-17 subject to dependency proceedings; 0-17 subject to both termination and dependency proceedings; and youth 18-21 participating in the extended foster care program in Thurston, Mason, Grays Harbor, Pacific, Skamania, Klickitat, Adams, and Yakima, Counties.

    Application Procedure

    Applications will be accepted until positions are filled. To apply, please email the following information to with the county or counties of interest in the subject line.

    Complete applications include all of the following application materials:

    • Letter of interest which includes the following details:

    o Each of your qualifications as per above;

    o The nature of your current practice, including caseload capacity

    o Experience, if any, representing children and youth in the child welfare system;

    o History of demonstrated commitment to principles of equity and social justice and willingness to support the commitments outlined in OCLA’s Race Equity and Justice Statement of Purpose and The Washington State Supreme Court’s June 4, 2020 Statement to the Legal Community; and

    o County or counties of interest

    • Resume
    • Three professional references to include at least one former employer
    • Redacted, self-authored legal writing sample.

    OCLA reserves the right to amend this Request for Qualifications and/or to refrain from contracting with any or all applicants. The request for qualifications does not obligate the State of Washington or OCLA to contract for the services specified.

  • 05/11/2023 7:40 AM | Anonymous

    Smith + Malek, PLLC is a mid-sized firm seeking attorneys for two positions: 1) Litigation - at least one year of active litigation experience, prior courtroom experience preferred, for our civil litigation practice focused on real estate and business law and based in our Coeur d’Alene, Idaho office and 2) Transactions - at least four years of experience for our real estate and business law transactional practice based out of our Spokane, Kennewick, Coeur d’Alene, or Boise office. For either position, strong research and writing skills, ability to work both within a team and independently, and attention to detail required, as well as a desire to support our mission to change the world for the better. The salary range is $110,000 to $180,000 per year depending on experience. Additionally, eligible attorneys can participate in profit sharing. Benefits include health insurance, dental insurance, short/long term disability, parental leave, paid time off, and 401K retirement plan with employer match. To apply, please email a cover letter, resume, references, writing sample, and law school transcript to

  • 05/11/2023 7:38 AM | Anonymous

    Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (NWIRP) has several job openings in our Granger, Seattle, Tacoma, and Wenatchee, WA offices

    Please see NWIRP's jobs page. Applications can also be submitted through:

    • Legal Advocate either in Seattle or Tacoma
      (focused on working with the Afghan community)
    • Legal Advocate - in Granger
      (general focus) 
    • Receptionist/ Front Desk Coordinator - in Tacoma 
    • Staff Attorney - in Granger and Wenatchee 
      (general focus)
    • Staff Attorney - in Seattle and Tacoma 
      (focused on working with unaccompanied children and youth facing deportation)
    • Staff Attorney - either in Seattle or Tacoma 
      focused on working with the Afghan community)

    We seek bilingual applicants for our legal positions (additional languages are a plus). Please review each posting for its language requirements. Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled. 

    To learn more about working at NWIRP out of our Granger and Wenatchee offices, please see a recent Virtual Meet and Greet recording here:

  • 05/07/2023 2:11 PM | Anonymous


    Unaccompanied Children Program in Seattle and Tacoma, WA

    Full-Time, Exempt

    You will need to upload a single file document including your cover letter, resume, and list of 3 references via our careers page: For your cover letter, please indicate the position(s) and locations for which you would like to be considered, and describe 1) how your lived or work experience makes you a good fit for this role; and 2) what are some challenges you are aware of that pose barriers to providing legal advocacy to immigrant client populations. Full consideration will be given to those who apply by May 12, 2023, but applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the positions are filled.

  • 04/09/2023 7:16 PM | Anonymous

    This position will be part of Summit’s collaborative labor and employment team and will counsel clients on the full spectrum of employment law issues. The ideal candidate will have 3-5 years of experience in employment litigation, including representing employers in federal and state courts, administrative proceedings, and arbitrations. This is a great opportunity for big-law or in-house attorneys looking to make partner, have an equal say in firm decisions, and join a nimble team of expert attorneys and staff. No portable book of business is required.

  • 04/09/2023 7:13 PM | Anonymous

    Full-Time and Exempt Employee

    Reports to the Directors of Community Inclusion and Services Program and Treatment Facilities Program

    Disability Rights Washington (DRW) seeks to fill an attorney position in our Legal Advocacy program.

    DRW understands the importance and contribution of candidates with lived experience. People with disabilities, African American, Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC), and LGBTQ+ people are particularly encouraged to apply. Disabilities include, but are not limited to, mental health conditions, physical and sensory disabilities, learning and intellectual disabilities, traumatic brain injuries, and chronic health conditions.  

    Candidates must be dedicated to participating in DRW’s daily attempts to apply Disability Justice and race equity principles to our work. Information about Disability Justice can be found here: DRW is committed to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) and expects employees to participate in DEI-related work and trainings. Information about DRW and DEI can be found here:  

    This position will be based in either our Seattle or Spokane office, fulltime remote work is typical for much of the workweek.

  • 04/09/2023 4:17 PM | Anonymous

    Northwest Justice Project (NJP) is a not-for-profit statewide law firm with a mission of Combatting Injustice • Strengthening Communities • Protecting Human Dignity.  NJP secures justice for people in or near poverty through high quality legal advocacy that promotes the long-term well-being of low-income individuals, families, and communities through legal representation, community partnerships, education, and other advocacy.  

    Details about current opportunities for attorneys are at the links below:

    Our Wenatchee office is looking for a new Managing Attorney.  

    This position not only leads the Wenatchee office, but also oversees two satellite offices, one a long term office in Omak and one newer office in Quincy.    

    Wenatchee is located in one of the most beautiful parts of the state, has incredible access to outdoor activities, and is still close enough to Seattle and Spokane to remain connected to larger hub communities. 


    Wenatchee Office Managing Attorney

    Assistant Managing Attorney – Eviction Prevention Unit – Eastern WA

    Assistant Managing Attorney -  Eviction Prevention Unit – NW  WA

    Bilingual (Spanish/English) Staff Attorney – Kennewick, WA

    Staff Attorney – Eviction Prevention Unit -   Tri-Cities, WA

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