Now Hiring: Staff Attorney, Victim Advocacy Program

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DRW is seeking a Staff Attorney for our Victim Advocacy Program! This new position will work to ensure that survivors with disabilities receive the advocacy, legal representation, services, and support that they desire to move forward, find justice, and obtain safety and stability in whatever form they need.

The Staff Attorney is responsible for providing direct and comprehensive representation to individuals with disabilities who have been victims of crime, such as domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking, on a variety of disability-related and victim service issues. They will also provide advice and counsel to clients, guardians, and family members and participate in litigation, systems change initiatives, and outreach and training opportunities.

This position is based in Wisconsin and requires Wisconsin residency. Hybrid and fully remote work arrangements are available dependent on distance from a DRW office.

Learn more about key responsibilities and qualifications for our Advocacy Specialist position below:

The deadline to apply is November 14, 2022. Alternate formats of the position announcement are available upon request.

Become part of an amazing team who advocate for and protect the rights of individuals with disabilities! See our Careers page for more information and other open positions.