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The work of the Director will be overseen and evaluated by Loyola Law School Professor Laurie L. Levenson, who founded the Project for the Innocent in 2011, as well as the Professional Skills committee. The Director will be expected to work closely with Professor Levenson and the clinic’s Deputy Director.
Loyola Law School’s Project for the Innocent is dedicated to the exoneration of wrongfully convicted men and women in the state of California. In coordination with Professor Levenson and the Deputy Director, the Director will be responsible for supervising the clinic’s students. The Director will serve as counsel for all cases that proceed to evidentiary hearing. The Director is also responsible for teaching a weekly seminary that constitutes the classroom component of the course.
Additionally, the Director will be responsible for the daily administration of the clinic and clinic outreach efforts, including fundraising, grant applications and other development efforts. The clinic director will be expected to develop and participate in professional and public education programs regarding the work of LPI.
For more details and to complete the online application go to
|Posted 03/07/2014||Print | Email|
This is a full-time position located in Reno, Nevada. The Reno office represents indigent persons charged with criminal offenses in the United States District Court and appellate representation in the Circuit Court of Appeals. Applicants must have some criminal trial experience, and strong writing skills. A working knowledge of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines is a plus.
The selected applicant should expect to defend the full range of federal criminal offenses, including violent, white collar and immigration crimes. The position requires travel for litigation and investigation. Applicant must be a member in good standing of a state bar.
Special Instructions: Send resume, references and two writing samples to:
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$700 monthly Auto Allowance
$300 monthly Expense Allowance
$150 monthly Communications Equipment Allowance
Medical, vision/dental, vacation, sick time and excellent retirement package with deferred compensation plan.
Must have Broad and extensive responsible professional legal experience as an attorney involving criminal law practice, including substantial trial and legal defense experience. Two (2) years of this experience must have been in a management or supervisory capacity. Active membership in the State Bar of California and a valid California driver's license required.
To view and print copies of the brochure for this position go to the following link:
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