Thursday, February 27, 2014
The job announcement:
The Touro Law Center Clinical Program is hiring two full-time Staff Attorneys. These attorneys will be helping vulnerable Superstorm Sandy-affected households on Long Island, while working to promote a fair and sustainable recovery.
One position is with the Mortgage Foreclosure Clinic and will involve advocacy for households at risk of foreclosure because of Sandy-related losses or displacement. The other is with the Disaster Relief Clinic and will involve federal flood insurance litigation and related advocacy.
We have extended the application deadline beyond what is stated in these announcements. Applications are due by 2:30pm ET on Friday, March 14 by email to Dean Linda Baurle, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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