Alaska Legal Services Corporation is seeking an experienced attorney to supervise its Partnering for Native Health Medical-Legal Partnership Project (MLP). Due to pandemic restrictions, this position is currently based at ALSC’s Anchorage Office, working in close coordination with the Alaska Native Medical Center (ANMC) in Anchorage. Once restrictions are lifted, the position will likely be located on the ANMC campus. Responsibilities include supervising staff, carrying a caseload, handling the administrative functions for the MLP project, caseload management and review, and maintaining relationships with community partners.
Minimum of three years of legal experience and prior MLP experience preferred. Applicants must be admitted to practice law in Alaska or admitted to practice in another state and eligible for an Alaska Bar Rule 43 waiver. Information on Bar admission or requirements for a waiver can be found at www.alaskabar.org.
Salary $54,024 – $76,896 DOE. Generous personal leave and benefits package, including partial reimbursement of relocation expenses, provided.
Applications: ALSC is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to building a culturally diverse workplace and strongly encourage women, persons of color, LGBTQ individuals, veterans, persons with disabilities, and persons from other underrepresented groups to apply. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Applicants are encouraged to apply as early as possible.
Please send cover letter, resume, writing sample and three references to: Maggie Humm, Deputy Director, email@example.com. Please reference MLP Supervising Attorney in your application.
About Alaska Legal Services Corporation (ALSC): ALSC is a private, nonprofit law firm with a mission is to provide high quality civil legal services to low income and disadvantaged people and communities to protect their safety, their health and promote family stability. Through advocacy, education, collaboration and litigation we empower individuals, protect fundamental rights, strengthen communities, create opportunities and achieve justice.