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Current Employment Opportunities
Legal Aid Services of Oregon supports the decision of the Oregon Supreme Court to grant diploma privileges to 2020 law school graduates and will not discriminate in hiring against lawyers admitted to the Bar through diploma privileges.
Legal Aid Services of Oregon provides a supportive, challenging, and humanistic work environment that is conducive to professional growth. We seek staff members who are committed to justice for low-income Oregonians, willing to work as a team, and have good judgment, initiative, and an overall positive attitude. Attorney positions require excellent legal skills and most require an interest in litigation.
The Portland Regional Office of Legal Aid Services of Oregon (LASO) is seeking full-time staff attorney for a two-year contract position. The position is a generalist civil litigator with an emphasis on housing legal issues important to low-income Oregonians including affirmative housing litigation on behalf of clients who have experienced discrimination and habitability issues. The position will focus half-time on housing work but will also include additional areas including, but not limited to family law and employment discrimination. This position will be eligible for a partial remote work option. Review of resumes to begin on August 13, 2021.
The Central Oregon Regional Office of Legal Aid Services of Oregon (LASO) located in Bend is a seeking full-time attorney for the limited duration of one year. The attorney will provide residential eviction defense services to low-income tenants including tenant rights advice, negotiation with adverse parties, and representation in F.E.D. trials in circuit court. Review of resumes to begin on August 2, 2021.
The Salem Regional Office of Legal Aid Services of Oregon (LASO) is seeking a supervising attorney. The person in this position will supervise staff attorneys and assist the Regional Director in other management duties as needed. Open until filled. Review of resumes to begin on July 13, 2021
Persons of color, LGBTQI individuals, veterans, persons with disabilities, and persons from other traditionally underrepresented communities are strongly encouraged to apply.