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POSITIONS AVAILABLE - ATTORNEY
Domestic Violence Legal Center Staff Attorney P/T
STATUS: PART-TIME, 20 hours/week
PRIMARY FUNCTION: Provide legal representation to Protection from Abuse (PFA) petitioners under the direct supervision of the Managing Attorney and in collaboration with the other part-time attorney. To perform all job functions in a manner that is trauma-informed, culturally-competent, and consistent with CAP and DVS mission, values, philosophy and policies.
QUALIFICATIONS: Juris Doctor degree and two years of experience in the legal field, specifically in family law. Must be admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania. Must possess strong leadership skills, organizational abilities, and written and verbal communications skills. Demonstrated knowledge of domestic violence a strong plus. Demonstrated ability and desire to work with people of diverse backgrounds.
FOR COMPLETE LIST OF JOB FUNCTIONS AND REQUIREMENTS SEE DVLC PT Attorney Description
Please send resume and cover letter to Rachel Pinsker at firstname.lastname@example.org
POSITIONS AVAILABLE - PARALEGALS AND LEGAL ASSISTANTS
Brubaker Connaughton Goss & Lucarelli LLC is seeking a full-time Estate & Trust Administration Paralegal with 5 or more years paralegal experience preferred.
This position reports to the attorneys in the Estates and Trusts Practice Group and will provide high-level daily support. The job requires considerable interaction with clients, so the candidate must possess excellent personal, written, and oral communication skills.
Candidate should be self-motivated and organized with a desire to assume significant responsibility. Critical thinking skills, attention to detail, flexibility, and the ability to work well independently and as part of a team will ensure success. Intelligence, professionalism, character, and personality will be highly valued. Proficiency with technology, Microsoft Office, Word, and Excel expected. Lackner and ProLaw knowledge valued.
Pay rate is $35-$46/hour, approximately $68,000-$90,000 annually, commensurate with experience. Interested, qualified candidates should submit cover letter and resume to email@example.com (Posted 01.10.2023)
Legal Assistant - Lancaster litigation law firm seeks experienced legal assistant for busy law practice representing prominent businesses. Must be polished with excellent computer skills and ability to multi-task, work under and meet deadlines, maintain attorneys’ schedules and deadlines, assist with timekeeping, and schedule meetings/calls. Must be able to type min. 65 wpm accurately. Bachelor’s degree preferred. Lancaster County residence. 8:30 – 5pm. Email resumes: firstname.lastname@example.org (Posted 12.16.2022)
Local, Creative Opportunity for Paralegal - Growing Construction Consulting firm based in Lititz seeks a F/T paralegal or paralegal-like-individual who is looking to join a fun, interactive, family-oriented team that strives to honorably serve, develop relationships and overall provide excellent construction experiences. Must be a good writer, enjoy reading and like working/dealing with people. Confidentially, please email Fidevia @ email@example.com or call 717-625-3433. (Posted 12.06.2022)
INTERNSHIP OR SUMMER POSITIONS WANTED
None at this time
CALL FOR PRO BONO ATTORNEYS
The Court of Common Pleas is pleased to announce the establishment of a Residential Mortgage Foreclosure Diversion Program to provide a single unified process for the amicable resolution of foreclosure proceedings through Court intervention, housing counseling, and conciliation to help residents of Lancaster County stay in their homes. (For more information, see Administrative Order No. 27-2021, filed on June 1, 2021, and posted on the Court website at www.court.co.lancaster.pa.us/256/COVID-19-Administrative-Orders-Procedure.)
The Court is seeking volunteer attorneys to provide limited representation to pro se defendants solely during the conciliation process and to serve as conciliation conference officers in these mortgage foreclosure actions. This is a perfect opportunity for newly admitted attorneys to gain experience and for all attorneys to engage in pro bono services consistent with Pennsylvania Rule of Professional Conduct 6.1. Conciliation conferences will generally be held two days a month, with the schedule set well in advance.
To volunteer, please contact the chambers of Judge Jeffery D. Wright at (717) 293-7293 or email ConsumerDebtDiversionPrograms@co.lancaster.pa.us.