Director of Development & Operations, Midwest Innocence Project

Director of Development & Operations, Midwest Innocence Project

The Midwest Innocence Project (MIP) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit legal defense organizationdedicated to representing wrongfully convicted prison inmates in our five-state region (MO, KS,NE, IA, AR) who can prove their innocence through the use of DNA testing and other newlydiscovered evidence. The MIP seeks a candidate for a full-time Director of Development &Operations position beginning immediately in its Kansas City, Missouri office. This positionreports directly to MIP’s Executive Director and is responsible for effectuating the following jobresponsibilities relevant to MIP’s external/outreach and administrative work. The Director will have day-to-day responsibility for management and administration for theProject including budgeting and financial reporting, taxes, procurement, human resources,payroll, property and risk management, office technology, and such other matters as may beassigned by the Executive Director for the administration of the Project. In the development role, the Director will have day-to-day responsibility for marketing anddevelopment including donor solicitation and donor relations, donor database management, grantapplications and grant management, and special events. In addition, the Director will maintainand update the Project website, oversee social media, and coordinate communications withprospective and existing donors with oversight from the Executive Director. Read...
Director of Strategic Litigation

Director of Strategic Litigation

The Committee for Public Counsel Services (CPCS), the Massachusetts public defender agency, is seeking a Director of its newly created Strategic Litigation Unit. The Strategic Litigation Director will play an essential leadership role in the agency’s pursuit of systemic and institutional reform and will be responsible for leading CPCS litigation efforts in areas which involve systemic issues affecting a broad class of CPCS clients in all practice areas. Read...
Staff Attorney

Staff Attorney

The Georgia Innocence Project (“GIP”) is a non-profit organization dedicated to exonerating the factually innocent in Georgia and Alabama, remedying the causes of wrongful convictions, and helping the exonerated rebuild their lives. We are seeking a full-time Staff Attorney to assist in case review, investigation and post-conviction litigation proceedings, and to build and coordinate our volunteer attorney program. This position is based in our office in Decatur, Georgia, and will require travel throughout Georgia and Alabama. The staff attorney reports directly to the Executive Director. Read...
Staff Investigator

Staff Investigator

The Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project (MAIP) is a non-profit organization located in the District of Columbia that works to prevent and correct the conviction of innocent people in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia. We are seeking a Staff Investigator to work as an integral part of fulfilling that mission. MAIP Staff Investigators are primarily responsible for conducting witness and document investigations into cases in which individuals are claiming innocence and conducting investigative work in cases where MAIP is representing an individual we believe has a strong innocence claim. The Staff Investigator reports directly to the Legal Director and also will work on cases under the direction of other MAIP attorneys and/or attorneys at MAIP’s affiliate, the University of Baltimore Innocence Project Clinic. Read...
Paralegal

Paralegal

The Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project (MAIP) is a non-profit organization located in the District of Columbia that works to prevent and correct the conviction of innocent people in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia. The University of Baltimore Innocence Project Clinic (UBIPC), an affiliate of MAIP, has a similar mission and is housed at the University of Baltimore Law School. We are seeking a Maryland Paralegal/Investigator to work as an integral part of fulfilling that mission. Read...
Staff Attorney Fellow – California Innocence Project

Staff Attorney Fellow – California Innocence Project

California Western School of Law (CWSL) is looking for a Staff Attorney Fellow to work for the California Innocence Project (CIP). This position will be responsible for reviewing claims for innocence arising from convictions occurring within San Diego County. The Staff Attorney Fellow will train under the CIP Staff; supervise interns, volunteers, and students; supervise intake in the office, including intake management; engage in habeas petitions and legal writing; and participate in litigation and case preparation as assigned. This is a fulltime grant position. Read...