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Post-MPP Pro Bono Project Coordinator

August 31, 2021
In collaboration with UNHCR, the Campaign is launching a project that will serve asylum seekers in the United States who were previously subjected to the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP), also known as “Remain in Mexico.” In this project, volunteer lawyers, interpreters and other helpers will be recruited and matched with opportunities to do the following three things:

1) Provide telephonic orientations, available nationwide

2) Provide legal representation (remotely or in person) in 6 target states (GA, KY, NC, SC, TN, and Florida outside the Miami-metro area)

3) Assist in preparing pro se materials for submission for asylum seekers in the target states for whom we are unable to find pro bono representation.

The Justice Campaign seeks a four-month contractor (up to 25 hours/week) to serve as Project Coordinator for this project. The contractor will receive assignments directly from the Manager of Pro Bono Projects and Partnerships.

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Pro Bono Coordinator

June 16, 2021
The Pro Bono Coordinator’s primary responsibility is to engage and retain pro bono law firms and attorney volunteers in the Justice Campaign network, with the principal goal of placing them into volunteer opportunities and keep them engaged as active participants in the Campaign.

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Operations Manager

July 14, 2021
The Immigration Justice Campaign’s Operations Manager will oversee the Campaign's operations. The Operations Manager analyze the team’s processes, find ways to enhance the quality of our work and work experience, and ensure that we have clear and effective systems in place for project management, decision making, and collaboration to ensure that we operate smoothly, maximize our impact and meet our goals.

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