Equal Justice Works - 3 year position in Illinois

Seeking Applicants for the Illinois Foreclosure Fellowship Program

Equal Justice Works has been awarded a grant from Attorney General Lisa Madigan of Illinois to establish four 3-year Fellowships in the state to assist distressed and at-risk homeowners and tenants. The Foreclosure Fellows will be placed with our partner organizations—Chicago Legal Clinic, Chicago Volunteer Legal Services, Lawyers’ Committee for Better Housing, and the University of Illinois College of Law and Community Preservation Clinic.

We are currently seeking Illinois-licensed attorneys or recent law graduates with up to two years of work experience. Applicants should have a demonstrated record of ensuring equal access to the justice system for all homeowners and renters. Please visit our website to find more details about applicant requirements and the Fellowship program.

Applications are due October 24. Please direct all questions to Kathryn Gravely, Program Manager at foreclosure@equaljusticeworks.org, or (202) 466-3686 ext. 125. The three-year Fellowships will begin on December 1, 2012.