Current Job Openings

Resource Development Director

Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area seeks a resource development professional who is an excellent communicator, highly organized, able to lead, who is a team player, strategic thinker, and self-starter to help support our dynamic public interest law firm continue to advance and protect the rights of communities of color, immigrants, and low-income people. The Resource Development Director must be familiar with CRM systems and have excellent project management, interpersonal and problem solving skills. The Director must enjoy developing relationships with funders, stewarding fund development internally and externally, supporting staff and the Executive Director in a manner that contributes to individual and organizational success. To learn more about the position, click here.

Communications Manager

Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area seeks a creative Communications Manager with strong writing skills, media relations experience, and social marketing ability to join our fast-paced, dynamic public interest legal organization.

The Communications Manager is an integral part of the LCCR team, helping to amplify the civil rights work being done across the organization. The Manager works closely with LCCR staff to design strategies for all aspects of external and internal communications to amplify the messages and advocacy priorities of the organization. The Manager is responsible for press, social media, website and community outreach; serves as the lead writer of organizational reports, press releases, outreach materials and other advisories/collateral; and oversees the communications systems to monitor media. To learn more about the position, click here.


The Senior Litigation Attorney is an integral part of the Lawyers’ Committee’s commitment to cutting-edge civil rights work. At a historic time of need and possibility, this attorney will work primarily on our racial and economic justice dockets, developing and leading litigation. Potential first projects include litigation related to bail reform, discriminatory policing, debtors’ prison/fines and fees, and constitutional challenges to state civil seizures including towing and personal belongings. To learn more about the position, click here.

EJW Skadden Fellowships Sponsorship

LCCR is interested in sponsoring applicants for fellowships, including the Skadden and Equal Justice Works Fellowship Programs, for the 2019-2021 cycle. LCCR is particularly interested in potentially sponsoring projects in the following areas:
 Immigration Enforcement/Detention Accountability
 Economic Justice
 Education Equity
 Police Violence/Harassment
 Community Economic Development
 Other projects in the areas of racial justice, economic empowerment and/or immigrant justice.

For more information on the projects LCCR would like to sponsor, and for application information, click here.