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Join NJP and make a difference in the lives of thousands of low-income people in beautiful Washington state. NJP employees are bright, passionate people from diverse backgrounds, coming together to help our clients protect their families, health, and livelihoods. NJP offers a variety of employment opportunities for management, attorneys, paralegals and support staff in locations all around the state. Read about some of the great employee benefits NJP offers. 

Current Openings

 

Legal Assistant | King County | Kent, WA

NJP’s King County office seeks a full-time, experienced legal assistant to support attorneys working with a variety of civil legal issues affecting victims of crime in South King County.  

Legal Assistant | Tri Cities

NJP’s Tri-Cities office, located in Kennewick, seeks a full-time, experienced legal assistant to assist attorneys who primarily work in the areas of family law, housing, and consumer issues.

Staff Attorney Position | Grant/Adams County | Bilingual

Northwest Justice Project (NJP) will receive funding from the Office of Civil Legal Aid (OCLA) to open an office to serve Grant and Adams County.  The funding will support the hiring of two attorneys and a legal assistant. The exact location of the office is still to be determined, but it will be located in Grant County (i.e. Moses Lake, Ephrata, or Quincy).  The office will operate as a satellite of NJP’s Wenatchee office, which currently serves the region. 

This NJP office opening provides a historic and unique opportunity to serve the civil legal needs of low-income communities in an area of the state that has not benefitted from a dedicated legal aid office presence.

Staff Attorney Position – Grant/Adams County

Northwest Justice Project (NJP) will receive funding from the Office of Civil Legal Aid (OCLA) to open an office to serve Grant and Adams County.   The funding will support the hiring of two attorneys and a legal assistant. The exact location of the office is still to be determined, but it will be located in Grant County (i.e. Moses Lake, Ephrata, or Quincy).  The office will operate as a satellite of NJP’s Wenatchee office, which currently serves the region. 

This NJP office opening provides a historic and unique opportunity to serve the civil legal needs of low-income communities in an area of the state that has not benefitted from a dedicated legal aid office presence.

Senior Attorney for the Public Benefits & Special Projects Unit

NJP seeks qualified candidates to serve as Senior Attorney for the Public Benefits & Special Projects Unit in its King County offices, located in Seattle and Kent. The Senior Attorney of this practice unit will work collaboratively with the Senior Attorneys of two other specialized practice units in the King County office.

Pro Bono Coordinator

NJP is hiring an attorney to serve as Pro Bono Coordinator.

Staff Attorney | Vancouver Office

NJP seeks applications from qualified attorneys committed to supporting our mission in our Vancouver office.

Staff Attorney - Vancouver - Family Law

NJP seeks applications from qualified attorneys committed to supporting our mission through the work of our Vancouver office, serving the Clark, Klickitat, and Skamania Counties.  

Sponsored Public Interest Fellowships 2020-2022

The Northwest Justice Project (NJP) invites third-year law students and recent law graduates to apply with us for a two-year public interest legal fellowship (such as Equal Justice Works or Skadden Fellowships) beginning in the fall of 2020.

Conflicts Attorney

The Conflicts Attorney assures NJP’s compliance with the RPCs regarding conflicts of interest, including the determination of conflicts and administering the process that will ensure clients’ interests are protected when NJP accepts a case and provides the full scope of legal services needed by our diverse client communities. 

Staff Attorney |Crime Victims | Port Angeles

NJP seeks applications from qualified attorneys to work to address the collateral civil legal needs of persons who have been victims of crime.