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Acadiana Legal Service Corporation could not continue to provide access to justice to so many individuals without a committed staff, wonderful volunteers, and donors. Consider joining us to provide help to those in need.

Acadiana Legal Service Corporation is an equal opportunity employer, proud of the diversity of our staff. We can offer you a personally satisfying career in a position with competitive pay, great benefits, and a sustainable work-life balance. All positions can be found on Indeed.  For more details, please contact:

Tiffany Augustine, Human Resources Manager

(337) 237-4320, Extension 1108

or

 email your resume to: taugustine@la-law.org

We currently have the following career opportunities:

  • Attorney, Litigation Unit, Natchitoches
  • Paralegal, Family Law Unit, Natchitoches
  • Attorney, Litigation Unit, Lake Charles
  • Paralegal, Children in Need of Care Unit, Lake Charles
  • Intake Assistance, Lake Charles
  • Attorney, Children in Need of Care Unit, Lafayette
  • Attorney, Family Law Unit, Lafayette
  • Managing Attorney, Alexandria
  • Attorney, Litigation Unit, Alexandria
  • Intake Assistant/Front Desk, Alexandria
  • Paralegal, Children in Need of Care Unit, Alexandria
  • Paralegal, Family Law Unit, Shreveport
  • Legal Secretary, Administrative Law Unit, Shreveport
  • Attorney, Family Law Unit, Monroe
  • Attorney, Litigation Unit, Monroe
  • Attorney (3), Children in Need of Care, Monroe

 

Each year, we have a number of Fellowships available for attorneys to do work in specific legal or geographic areas. Currently, some address Child Welfare issues, while others concentrate on delivering high-quality legal assistance in Louisiana’s many rural areas.

Law Student Internships:

Each summer, Acadiana Legal Service Corporation hosts several law interns from Loyola University College of Law in New Orleans. These positions are generously funded by the Gillis Long Poverty Law Center. During their time with us, interns rotate through all four of our substantive practice units, getting to experience a wide range of civil legal practice issues.

If you are a student and interested in joining us for some real world experience, contact:

Christina Luwisch, Associate Director

Gillis Long Poverty Law Center

(504) 861-5762

Non-Law Student Internships:

Acadiana Legal Service Corporation often hosts college students needing an internship or community service hours in a field related to some area of our practice. Your curriculum may be related to our legal work, or you might be a business major wanting to work with our Accounting or Administrative Services team. Either way, feel free to contact one of our six offices if you’d like to join the team for a semester or summer.

Acadiana Legal Service Corporation funds local pro bono programs in Alexandria, Lafayette, Lake Charles, and Shreveport. These cooperative arrangements allow local attorneys to volunteer to provide legal help we otherwise would not have enough staff to deliver. All clients are screened by us to assure they are financially eligible for free assistance.

Benefits of volunteering include access to free continuing legal education programs and practice materials, as well as credit towards your annual CLE required hours.

Our areas of highest need are Family, Consumer, Housing and Succession matters. Even if these aren’t your practice areas, we’ll provide training and experienced co-counsel if needed. If you’re interested in volunteering to help someone in need, contact us at one of our six offices, or get in touch with your local partner:

Alexandria:

Central Louisiana Pro Bono Project

Contact: Debra S. Smith, Executive Director

(318) 449-9778

Lafayette:

Lafayette Parish Bar Foundation

Contact: Marilyn Lopez, Pro Bono Coordinator

(337) 237-4700

Lake Charles:

Southwest Louisiana Bar Foundation

Contact: Leslie M. Mize, Executive Director

(337) 497-0090

Shreveport:

Shreveport Bar Foundation

Contact: Kelli Sanders, Pro Bono Coordinator

(318) 221-8107

Because our clients lack the financial resources to hire a lawyer to help them, Acadiana Legal Service Corporation does not ever charge its clients for its services. We survive on grants, donations, volunteers, and contracts with local Councils or Area Agencies on Aging, or State Agencies. We have only enough funding to meet about 20% of the need for our help. Your financial gift will provide access to justice for someone who is unable to afford it.




Thank you for your support!

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