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Last updated: July 2017.
The Legal Advocate/Paralegal position is a full-time hourly position that assists public interest attorneys with legal matters and provides support to clients primarily in Family Law Cases. Under the supervision of the Supervising Attorney, the Legal Advocate/Paralegal prepares documents and forms, meets and corresponds with clients, and provides administrative support to attorneys as needed.
LACLJ Supports the California Department of Justice’s Review of Conditions in Immigrant Detention Facilities
LACLJ is in strong support of Senate Bill 29, which would stop California cities from profiting from contracts with private detention facilities and allow the DOJ and local prosecutors to take legal action to enforce ICE detention standards.
On behalf of the Board, Leadership Council, Staff and clients of Los Angeles Center for Law and Justice, we would like to extend our deepest gratitude to everyone who attended LACLJ's 44th Anniversary Awards Gala. The night featured heart felt testimonies from two...
LACLJ Joins Over 560 Organizations To Call on DHS and ICE to Ensure Immigrant Survivors of Violence Can Access Safety and Protections
Recent executive orders and implementing memos revolving around immigration send a dangerous message to immigrant communities, especially those who have survived violence—namely that reaching out for help will put you at risk of deportation.
VAWA and U Visas: A Fundamentals Training This Training is Free for California Department of Social Services (CDSS) Immigration Services contractors and their subcontractors and pro bono attorneys. Sponsored by: Los Angeles Center for Law and Justice Immigration...
President-elect Trump has threatened to end the successful Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program at tremendous cost to the American economy.
Today, the Immigrant Legal Resource Center released Money on the Table – the Economic Costs of Ending DACA. President-elect Trump has threatened to end the successful Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program at tremendous cost to the American economy.