ILRC Job Openings
The ILS Immigrants' & Language Rights Center is looking for the next two members of their team!
ILS has a grant from the Indiana Criminal Justice Center to provide direct legal representation to immigrant victims of a crime. This includes representation to halt the ongoing exploitation and abuse of immigrants and to eliminate the effects of that victimization in the immigrant community. The attorney will work directly with immigrant victims of crime under the supervision of the ILRC’s supervising attorney. The position is secure for at least the two-year grant term, but the ILRC will seek continuing funding after the grant term.
The ILRC is a statewide program of ILS consisting of three attorneys and one support staff. The ILRC provides services in humanitarian and family-based immigration matters as well as language access cases. ILRC was established to ensure that limited-English proficient (LEP) clients have equal access to services provided by Indiana Legal Services, in spite of the language barrier. To help accomplish this, the call center conducts interviews for limited English speakers who wish to apply for legal services. This position offers a great opportunity for those who are committed to poverty law and working with immigrants and LEP clients.
If you're interested in applying, please send a resume, cover letter, and a list of three (3) references with email addresses, mailing addresses, and telephone numbers to the following addresses (email submission is strongly preferred):
Immigrants’ and Language Rights Center
Indiana Legal Services, Inc.
151 N. Delaware Street, Suite 1800
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Aimee Korolev - Directing Attorney
Claire Ty - Staff Attorney