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Program: Legal Services of New Jersey

Date: October 16, 2019
Job Title: Attorney—Social Security Disability

Legal Services of New Jersey has an immediate opening for an attorney to represent low-income clients in SSI/SSDIB matters throughout New Jersey, before the Social Security Office of Hearings and Appeals, the Appeals Council and federal court. While previous related experience will be highly valued, we will be willing and able to hire and train a candidates with an excellent academic record and demonstrated commitment to assisting and advocating for low income people.

LSNJ offers a positive workplace among colleagues who enjoy and are passionate about their work. We encourage a supportive, team work environment, with work-life balance. Benefits include comprehensive health and retirement plans and in-house trainings that offer CLE credit.

To be considered please send a cover letter describing the reasons for your interest in the position and related legal background and the salary you seek, along with a resume detailing your previous related experience and the states and years of all bar admissions. Please also include two recent legal writing samples. Send all required components to jobs@lsnj.org. EOE.

 


 

Program: Legal Services of New Jersey

Date: September 24, 2019
Job Title: Bi-Lingual Administrative Assistant—Immigration Representation Project

Legal Services of New Jersey, an Edison-based non-profit legal assistance organization, has an immediate opening for an administrative assistant in its Immigration Representation Project. Responsibilities include speaking with clients, calendaring, case file maintenance, and general office work. Requires highly organized person with excellent interpersonal, verbal and computer skills, along with a deep interest in aiding the economically disadvantaged. Previous administrative experience and Spanish fluency are required. Prior legal experience highly valued.

LSNJ offers a positive workplace among colleagues who enjoy and are passionate about their work. We encourage a supportive, team work environment, with work-life balance. Excellent benefits include comprehensive health and retirement plans.

To be considered please send a resume, and personal cover letter explaining interest and the salary you seek to: jobs@lsnj.org.

 


 

Program: Legal Services of New Jersey

Date: September 24, 2019
Job Title: Interpreter/Translator

Legal Services of New Jersey (LSNJ), an Edison-based non-profit that provides free civil legal assistance to low income New Jerseyans, has immediate openings for two Spanish interpreters and translators. We are looking for someone with strong interpretation skills to assist our newly formed Detention and Deportation Defense Initiative (DDDI) by accompanying LSNJ legal staff attorneys into ICE detention centers and interpreting for them and their respective clients. We are also looking for someone with strong Spanish writing skills to translate legal education materials for the community.

For both positions, the key responsibility will be to provide accurate, complete, and confidential oral and written interpretation and translation from one language to another.

Key candidate capabilities:

  • Excellent English to Spanish translation and interpretation skills;
  • Familiarity with Spanish culture and customs;
  • Degree in translation or graduate course work in written Spanish;
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in both English and Spanish.
  • Must have own car and license.

Additional important skills:

  • Experience in proofreading Spanish texts;
  • Familiarity with CAT tools;
  • Knowledge of desktop publishing;
  • Comprehensive understanding of Spanish legal terminology and familiarity with legal procedures in the United States and in other Spanish speaking countries a plus.

LSNJ offers a positive workplace among colleagues who enjoy and are passionate about their work. We encourage a supportive, team work environment, with good work-life balance. Benefits include comprehensive health and 403(b) plans and in-house trainings.

To be considered please send a resume and cover letter describing the reasons for your interest in the position and the salary you seek. Please also include two recent writing samples in Spanish. Send all required components to jobs@lsnj.org. EOE.

 


 

Program: South Jersey Legal Services

Date: September 24, 2019
Job Title: Staff Attorney—Atlantic County

South Jersey Legal Services, Inc. is seeking qualified candidates to fill an available position as Staff Attorney in the Atlantic County office. Under the direction of the Managing Attorney, the Staff Attorney provides the highest quality of legal service to SJLS clients in a variety of poverty law matters. The Staff Attorney also acts as a liaison between SJLS and the local community groups and engages in community outreach and community legal education.

Required Education and Qualifications:

  • Admission to the Bar of New Jersey preferred but not required. Must be a member of the Bar in any State and/or be eligible and willing to take the next available New Jersey Bar Exam;
  • Zero to Five years’ experience preferred;
  • Bilingual (Spanish/English) preferred;
  • Ability to relate positively to low-income clients and groups with demonstrated interest in poverty law issues and/or public interest service.

Qualified applicants with an interest in this position should send resume and cover letter expressing interest to: Brittani Morris, PHR, SHRM-CP, Director of Human Resources, South Jersey Legal Services, Inc. 745 Market St. 2nd Floor, Camden, NJ 08102 or via email at BMorris@lsnj.org. EOE/AA Employer.

 


 

Program: South Jersey Legal Services

Date: September 24, 2019
Job Title: Staff Attorney—Ocean County

South Jersey Legal Services, Inc. is seeking qualified candidates to fill an available position as Staff Attorney in the Ocean County office. Under the direction of the Managing Attorney, the Staff Attorney provides the highest quality of legal service to SJLS clients in a variety of poverty law matters. The Staff Attorney also acts as a liaison between SJLS and the local community groups and engages in community outreach and community legal education.

Required Education and Qualifications:

  • Admission to the Bar of New Jersey preferred but not required. Must be a member of the Bar in any State and/or be eligible and willing to take the next available New Jersey Bar Exam;
  • Zero to Five years’ experience preferred;
  • Bilingual (Spanish/English) preferred;
  • Ability to relate positively to low-income clients and groups with demonstrated interest in poverty law issues and/or public interest service.

Qualified applicants with an interest in this position should send resume and cover letter expressing interest to: Brittani Morris, PHR, SHRM-CP, Director of Human Resources, South Jersey Legal Services, Inc. 745 Market St. 2nd Floor, Camden, NJ 08102 or via email at BMorris@lsnj.org. EOE/AA Employer.

 


 

Program: South Jersey Legal Services

Date: September 6, 2019
Job Title: Staff Attorney—Agricultural Workers’ Rights Project (Vineland)

South Jersey Legal Services, Inc. is seeking qualified candidates to fill an available position as Staff Attorney based in the Vineland office. Under the direction of the Director of Litigation & Advocacy, the Staff Attorney provides legal services to agricultural workers throughout the State of New Jersey, primarily focusing on the nine (9) county program area of South Jersey Legal Services, Inc.

Required Education and Qualifications:

  • Must have a minimum of three (3) years’ experience as an attorney;
  • Admission to the Bar of New Jersey preferred but not required. Must be a member of the Bar in any state and/or be eligible and willing to take the next available NJ Bar Exam;
  • Must be able to work flexible hours that will include evenings and some weekends, especially during the harvesting/work season;
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle as there will be extensive travel required. (Mileage reimbursement is available);
  • Bilingual (Spanish/English) preferred;
  • Ability to relate positively to low-income clients and groups with demonstrated interest in poverty law issues and/or public interest service;
  • Demonstrated commitment of engaging with the agricultural worker population and advocating agricultural worker issues preferred.

Qualified applicants with an interest in this position should send resume and cover letter expressing interest to: Brittani Morris, PHR, SHRM-CP, Director of Human Resources, South Jersey Legal Services, Inc. 745 Market St. 2nd Floor, Camden, NJ 08102 or via email at BMorris@lsnj.org. EOE/AA Employer.

 


 

Program: Northeast New Jersey Legal Services

Date: September 4, 2019
Job Title: Attorneys (Multiple Positions)

Northeast New Jersey Legal Services (NNJLS) has several challenging and rewarding positions available for attorneys seeking to provide legal assistance to the most disadvantaged and vulnerable members of society. NNJLS is hiring attorneys for its Housing, Public Benefits, Consumer, Immigration, and Family Law/Domestic Violence sections in its Paterson, Hackensack, and Jersey City, New Jersey offices. All three offices are within easy commuting distance from NYC via public transportation. Positions are available for experienced attorneys as well as recent graduates.  

NNJLS is a non-profit public interest law firm with over 80 employees providing free legal services to low-income, senior and disabled residents of Hudson, Bergen and Passaic Counties, New Jersey. NNJLS’s staff of highly experienced and dedicated attorneys provides a wide variety of civil legal assistance and advocacy for those most in need of legal representation such as victims of domestic violence, tenants facing unfair and arbitrary eviction, seniors victimized by unscrupulous creditors and clients facing many other types of legal matters. NNJLS is committed to the principle that all members of society should be treated equally and fairly by our civil justice system. NNJLS seeks dynamic advocates who want to make a real difference in the lives of those most in need of legal assistance.

Excellent writing and oral advocacy skills are required. Prior Legal Services experience or a demonstrated commitment to legal assistance for the disadvantaged is preferred. Prior supervisory experience is a plus. NNJLS offers a positive workplace among colleagues who enjoy and are passionate about their work. We encourage a supportive, team work environment, with work-life balance. Benefits include comprehensive health and retirement plans and in-house trainings that offer CLE credit. All attorneys receive an attractive salary and fringe benefits package. NNJLS is an equal opportunity employer, including supporting individuals with a disability and veterans. Bilingual skills are preferred for some positions. For more information about us visit our website at www.northeastnjlegalservices.org. Submit resume and cover letter detailing your interest in and qualifications for the position to: Human Resources Manager at HRNNJLS@LSNJ.org.

 


 

Program: Legal Services of New Jersey

Date: August 13, 2019
Job Title: Supervising Attorney—Immigration

Legal Services of New Jersey, a non-profit that provides free civil legal assistance to low income New Jerseyans, has an immediate opening for an experienced attorney to provide supervision on immigration detention cases. The supervising attorney will be responsible for mentoring and supporting our team of detention attorneys and paralegals on removal cases for detained non-citizens, and for providing direct representation to detained clients as resources allow. LSNJ is based in Edison, and the positions will require travel to ICE detention facilities and immigration courts in Newark and Elizabeth. The strongest candidates will be fluent in Spanish and will have at least three years of related experience in removal defense and in supervising other attorneys.  

LSNJ offers a positive workplace among colleagues who enjoy and are passionate about their work. We encourage a supportive, team work environment, with work-life balance. Benefits include comprehensive health and retirement plans and in-house trainings that offer CLE credit.

To be considered, send a cover letter describing the reasons for your interest in the position and related legal background and the salary you seek, along with a resume detailing your previous related experience and the states and years of all bar admissions. Please also include two recent legal writing samples. Send all required components to jobs@lsnj.org. EOE.

 


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Program: Legal Services of New Jersey

Date: August 13, 2019
Job Title: Staff Attorneys—Immigration

Legal Services of New Jersey, a non-profit that provides free civil legal assistance to low income New Jerseyans, has several immediate openings for attorneys to provide legal representation to immigrant detainees and other noncitizens facing deportation. LSNJ is based in Edison, and the positions will require travel to ICE detention facilities and immigration courts in Newark and Elizabeth. The strongest candidates will have considerable related experience, including criminal defense and removal defense. Spanish fluency is a positive, and will be required for some of the positions.  

LSNJ offers a positive workplace among colleagues who enjoy and are passionate about their work. We encourage a supportive, team work environment, with work-life balance. Benefits include comprehensive health and retirement plans and in-house trainings that offer CLE credit.

To be considered, send a cover letter describing the reasons for your interest in the position and related legal background and the salary you seek, along with a resume detailing your previous related experience and the states and years of all bar admissions. Please also include two recent legal writing samples. Send all required components to jobs@lsnj.org. EOE.

 


 

Program: Northeast New Jersey Legal Services

Date: August 2, 2019
Job Title: Private Attorney Involvement Program Manager

Northeast New Jersey Legal Services (NNJLS) has a challenging and rewarding position available for a membership professional to manage the agency’s Private Attorney Involvement Program (PAI). NNJLS is a non-profit public interest law firm providing free legal services to low-income, senior and disabled residents of Hudson, Bergen and Passaic Counties in New Jersey. The PAI Program refers needy clients with significant civil legal problems to private attorneys willing to provide representation free of charge. The successful candidate will have experience in recruiting volunteers, conducting coordinated membership campaigns, developing new models for supporting the work of the Agency with volunteers, and coordinating the work of volunteers. The PAI Manager will report to the Executive Director and work with and supervise the PAI coordinators in each office. NNJLS offices are located in Jersey City, Hackensack and Paterson. All three are within easy commuting distance from NYC via public transportation.  

NNJLS’s staff of over 80 highly experienced and dedicated attorneys, paralegals and support staff provide a wide variety of civil legal assistance and advocacy for those most in need of legal representation such as victims of domestic violence, tenants facing unfair and arbitrary eviction, seniors victimized by unscrupulous creditors and many others. NNJLS is committed to the principal that all members of society should be treated equally and fairly by our civil justice system. NNJLS seeks dynamic advocates who want to make a real difference in the lives of those most in need.

Excellent writing and oral advocacy skills are required for this position. Prior supervisory experience is a plus. NNJLS offers a positive workplace among colleagues who enjoy and are passionate about their work. We encourage a supportive, team work environment, with work-life balance. Benefits include comprehensive health and retirement plans. All PAI staff receive an attractive salary and fringe benefits package. NNJLS is an equal opportunity employer, including supporting individuals with a disability and veterans. Bilingual skills are a plus. For more information about us visit our website at www.northeastnjlegalservices.org. Submit resume and cover letter detailing your interest in and qualifications for the position to: Human Resources Manager at HRNNJLS@LSNJ.org.

 


 

Program: Northeast New Jersey Legal Services

Date: August 2, 2019
Job Title: Managing Attorney—Pro Bono Project

Northeast New Jersey Legal Services (NNJLS) has a challenging and rewarding position available for an attorney to help develop and manage our Private Attorney Involvement Project. The Project seeks to enlist the services of the private bar in order to provide legal assistance for the underprivileged. The Project Managing Attorney will be responsible for building relationships with the private bar as well as training, supervising and advising law firm and corporate attorneys in order to ensure effective pro bono representation. They will also assist in the design and implementation of a variety of outreach and community legal education activities. The successful candidate must be able to effectively communicate with private attorneys, corporate counsel, community organizations, funders, and the public. The attorney will report to the Executive Director and work collaboratively with NNJLS managers, staff attorneys, and support staff.  

NNJLS is a non-profit public interest law firm with over 80 employees providing free legal services to low-income, senior and disabled residents of Hudson, Bergen and Passaic Counties, New Jersey. NNJLS’s staff of highly experienced and dedicated attorneys provides a wide variety of civil legal assistance and advocacy for those most in need of legal representation such as victims of domestic violence, tenants facing unfair and arbitrary eviction, seniors victimized by unscrupulous creditors and many others. NNJLS is committed to the principal that all members of society should be treated equally and fairly by our civil justice system. NNJLS seeks dynamic advocates who want to make a real difference in the lives of those most in need. NNJLS offices are located in Jersey City, Hackensack and Paterson. All three are within easy commuting distance from NYC via public transportation.

Prior Legal Services experience or a demonstrated commitment to legal assistance for the disadvantaged is preferred. Excellent writing and oral advocacy skills are required. Prior supervisory experience is a plus. NNJLS offers a positive workplace among colleagues who enjoy and are passionate about their work. We encourage a supportive, team work environment, with work-life balance. Benefits include comprehensive health and retirement plans and in-house trainings that offer CLE credit. All attorneys receive an attractive salary and fringe benefits package. NNJLS is an equal opportunity employer, including supporting individuals with a disability and veterans. Bilingual skills are a plus. For more information about us visit our website at www.northeastnjlegalservices.org. Submit resume and cover letter detailing your interest in and qualifications for the position to: Human Resources Manager at HRNNJLS@LSNJ.org.

 


 

Program: Legal Services of New Jersey

Date: July 18, 2019
Job Title: Lead Developer

About the Position
Legal Services of New Jersey is seeking an experienced Full Stack .NET Lead Developer to join our team of 15 IT professionals. We offer an excellent work environment, with the opportunity for growth across a variety of modern technology platforms. Salary competitive with comparable for-profit environments, commensurate with skills alignment for the position, and excellent benefits. Legal Services provides free civil legal assistance to those living in poverty.

The successful candidate will lead a team of 2 full stack developers, supporting a statewide network of legal services  providers and will be working for an employer that is interested in staff development through trainings and open communication. This is an opportunity to be a part of an enthusiastic and committed team of professionals working with enterprise technologies while making a difference to those most vulnerable in society.

About the Environment
This position reports to the Chief, Information Systems. Our environment consists of a statewide network of 6 distinct legal services providers with 23 Locations, over 500 users, who service over 60,000 clients a year. Our IT environment includes over 100 servers, Docker, Rancher, GIT, Microsoft Team Foundation Server, VMware, Cisco Network & VoIP Infrastructure, Network Faxing, Exchange Clustering, SQL Farm, SharePoint, and IIS. Our web and development applications are used by clients, partners and internal staff. We adhere to weekly sprints and utilize JIRA for project planning. Code reviews happen weekly towards the end of each sprint.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Manage end-to-end software development lifecycle; from gathering requirements to production rollout, version control and support, ensuring deliverables and quality goals are met.
  • Work with senior management and colleagues to identify dependencies and consequences as well as understand technical implications of development requests and paths available.
  • Oversees the work of software engineers.
  • Establish and enforce programming best practices and procedures, including security best practices.
  • Technical liaison for all web projects. Collaborating on the creation of feature rich user-friendly web interfaces which are device independent using responsive web design principles.
  • Design backend infrastructure utilizing SQL Server and Entity Framework.
  • Meet the organizational needs for ad hoc reporting which may require data aggregation and report formatting from a variety of data sources.
  • Major issues remediation.
  • Strategic visioning.

Other Responsibilities

  • Ensure software projects are thoroughly documented.
  • Assist with SharePoint administration and legacy applications support, pending migrations.
  • Provide senior support for internally developed applications and websites.
  • Provide after-hours support as needed and coordinate with tech staff to resolve issues.
  • Collaborate on staff reviews and professional development.
  • Research and recommend technologies relevant to our environment and business goals.
  • Maintain up-to-date knowledge on emerging technologies, industry trends, and best practices.
  • Keep abreast of national legal services IT related developments, issues, and conversations through the various forums available. Share relevant information with the LSNJ management team.
  • Any other duties as assigned.

Required Skills and Qualifications

  • Significant lead and full stack development experience designing complete systems; front end and back end development as well as knowledge of the databases and server technologies being leveraged.
  • Experience with data structure and Object-Oriented Programming.
  • Proficient programming in .NET Core, C#, ASP.NET, MVC, JQuery, Angular (or similar front-end framework), Web API, and Entity Framework.
  • Experience with Document Management Systems (OpenKM preferred)
  • Experience writing SQL Queries
  • Proficient with Mobile First Design; Bootstrap and Material standards.
  • Proficient with HTML5 and CSS3.
  • Experience with end to end testing and writing test cases.
  • Experience with requirements gathering.
  • Experience with Version Control (ex. GIT, TFS).
  • Excellent debugging and problem solving skills.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Excellent collaboration skills.
  • Excellent problem solving skills.

Additional Skills and Experience Sought

  • Experience with automation (Builds, Testing, Deployments).
  • Knowledge of design patterns (Unit Of Work, Factory, Repository).
  • Experience with SharePoint programming and administration.
  • ASP.NET 4.6
  • Docker
  • Rancher
Legal Services of New Jersey is an Edison based non-profit public interest legal organization working with a group of legal services providers throughout NJ to provide free civil legal assistance and advocacy for low-income people. EOE. Salary commensurate with experience. To be considered for this position please send your resume with a cover letter detailing your experience with the required skills outlined and your salary requirements to techjob@lsnj.org.

 


 

Program: Legal Services of New Jersey

Date: July 18, 2019
Job Title: .NET Developer

About the Position
Legal Services of New Jersey is seeking an experienced Full Stack .NET Developer to join our team of 16 IT professionals. We offer an excellent work environment, with the opportunity for growth across a variety of modern technology platforms. Salary competitive with comparable for-profit environments, commensurate with skills alignment for the position, and excellent benefits. Legal Services provides free civil legal assistance to those living in poverty.

The successful candidate will work with a team of 3 full stack developers, supporting a statewide network of legal services providers and will be working for an employer that is interested in staff development through trainings and open communication. This is an opportunity to be a part of an enthusiastic and committed team of professionals working with enterprise technologies while making a difference to those most vulnerable in society.

About the Environment
This position is overseen by the Lead Developer and reports to the Chief, Information Systems. Our environment consists of a statewide network of 6 distinct legal services providers with 23 Locations, over 500 users, who service over 60,000 clients a year. Our IT environment includes over 100 servers, Docker, Rancher, GIT, Microsoft Team Foundation Server, VMware, Cisco Network & VoIP Infrastructure, Network Faxing, Exchange Clustering, SQL Farm, SharePoint, and IIS. Our web and development applications are used by clients, partners and internal staff. We adhere to weekly sprints and utilize JIRA for project planning. Code reviews happen weekly towards the end of each sprint.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Full stack end-to-end software development; from gathering requirements to production rollout, version control and support, ensuring deliverables and quality goals are met.
  • Work with Lead Developer and other colleagues to identify dependencies and consequences as well as understand technical implications of development requests and paths available.
  • Participate in story grooming, peer code review and project planning.
  • Adhere to established programming best practices and procedures, including security best practices.
  • Assist with strategic visioning.

Other Responsibilities

  • Ensure software projects are thoroughly documented.
  • Assist with SharePoint administration and legacy applications support, pending migrations.
  • Provide support for internally developed applications and websites.
  • Research and recommend technologies relevant to our environment and business goals.
  • Maintain up-to-date knowledge on emerging technologies, industry trends, and best practices.
  • Keep abreast of national legal services IT related developments, issues, and conversations through the various forums available. Share relevant information with the LSNJ management team.
  • Any other duties as assigned.
Required Skills and Qualifications
  • Significant relevant experience.
  • Experience programming in .NET, C#, Entity Framework, HTML, CSS, JavaScript.
  • Experience writing SQL Queries.
  • Experience with end to end testing.
  • Capable of requirements gathering.
  • Experience with Version Control (ex. GIT, TFS).
  • Capable of debugging.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Excellent collaboration skills.
  • Excellent problem solving skills.

Additional Skills and Experience Sought

  • Understanding of Mobile First Design; Bootstrap and Material standards.
  • Data structures and Object-Oriented Programming.
  • Automation (Builds, Testing, Deployments).
  • Knowledge of design patterns (Unit Of Work, Factory, Repository).
  • SharePoint programming and administration.
  • Programming in .NET CORE, HTML5, CSS3, Angular (or similar front-end framework).
  • Docker
  • Rancher

Legal Services of New Jersey is an Edison based non-profit public interest legal organization working with a group of legal services providers throughout NJ to provide free civil legal assistance and advocacy for low-income people. EOE. Salary commensurate with experience. To be considered for this position please send your resume with a cover letter detailing your experience with the required skills outlined and your salary requirements to techjob@lsnj.org.

 


 

Program: Legal Services of Northwest Jersey

  • Conducts applicant screening and intake.
    • Provides information to people making inquiry about services and makes referrals to an appropriate agency or organization.
  • Provides assistance to the extent permitted under law under the supervision of an attorney to LSNWJ clients.
    • Communicate and meet with clients.
    • Assist in discovery:  conduct factual investigation, prepare interrogatories and requests for production of documents, and interrogatory answers.
    • Conduct legal and factual research.
    • Prepare, file and serve legal pleadings, including Complaints, Answers, Motions, Case Information Statements and other documents.
    • Prepare correspondence; handle incoming and outgoing mail.
    • Maintains contact with clients, courts, judges, opposing counsel, and others and is responsible for scheduling meeting arrangements and maintaining calendars.
  • May conduct applicant screening and intake.
    • Provides information to people making inquiry about services and makes referrals to an appropriate agency or organization.
  • May act as facilitator of an LSNWJ volunteer project.
  • Participates in the community, including committees, task forces, and working groups related to the work of  LSNWJ. 
Competencies:
  • Demonstrates professionalism, reliability, compassion, positive attitude and ability to maintain a good working relationship with all members of the office staff and work in team environment.
  • Good attention to detail and accuracy.
  • Ability to communicate and write clearly and understandably.
  • Good capabilities of technology, including word processing, case database, calendaring and scheduling software, e-mail, e-filing and legal software.
  • Valid driver’s license and use of a personal vehicle for work-related travel or other means of fulfilling responsibility for work-related travel.
Requirements: 
  • Paralegal certificate or Associates degree in paralegal or legal studies.
  • Minimum of two years of experience as a paralegal in at least one of these areas of law:  family law; bankruptcy; consumer law; litigation.
  • Bilingual in English-Spanish preferable. 
How To Apply:

Email resume, references, and cover letter to: astrack@lsnj.org. Include in your cover letter how you believe you meet the needs of the position of Paralegal at LSNWJ. We invite candidates to include, as well, a statement of how your background and experiences might contribute to the diversity and cultural vitality of LSNWJ.

 


 

 

 

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