What is publicinterestlaw.org?
This primary focus of this website is to connect members of the public interest law community to job opportunities and resources to advance their careers.
Our job board includes opportunities for law students and graduates, as well as non-legal roles at public interest organizations and government agencies. For additional public interest law career resources (including information on fellowships, loan forgiveness, and pro bono) visit the Career Hub.
This service was created and is run by Leonard Adler, a graduate of Georgetown University Law Center. His public interest experience includes co-founding the Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law & Policy and serving as Director of Student Organizing at Equal Justice Works.
How do I contact publicinterestlaw.org?
You can call (510) 768-7011 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
How much does it cost to post a job on publicinterestlaw.org?
View the Pricing page for all the details.
How many days will jobs be listed?
Job postings are good for 60 days. We can extend your posting upon request.
Can I see an example of postings being included in Google for Jobs?
Yes, see below. Although Google doesn't guarantee how a website's jobs will be included in Google for Jobs, we follow best practices to have all our postings included.