Job Opening: Project Attorney for OJD
The Office of Indigent Defense Services (IDS) is currently seeking a full-time Project Attorney for a two-year contract position with the Office of the Juvenile Defender (OJD). This is a federal grant-funded position meant to improve the training capabilities of OJD and prepare juvenile defense attorneys for the changes that will result from the Raise the Age legislation. The Project Attorney’s duties will include planning and oversight of juvenile defense training statewide and recruitment of local trainers. The selected candidate will report to the Juvenile Defender and IDS Contract Administrator.
The ideal candidate will have a minimum of three years of juvenile defense or appellate court experience, will be able to travel statewide, and possess experience in educating/training of professionals. Applications will be accepted until Monday, Dec. 3. For more information about the position, please check the post here.