Job Opportunities

Senior Staff Attorney

Legal Services for Prisoners with Children (LSPC) seeks applications for a senior staff attorney position in its Oakland California office. The senior staff attorney supervises staff attorneys, oversees and participates in legal trainings offered to the public and the writing and updating of our legal materials. This attorney represents LSPC at LAAC (Legal Aid Association of California) meetings, confirms compliances with State bar funding requirements and assists the Development Director with these reports.

The senior staff attorney also engages in litigation, legislative, and administrative policy advocacy as needed; works with coalitions and task forces; and helps provide legal information and referrals to prisoners, family members, legal services organizations, and the general public. 

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LSPC is a proud leadership council member of the Formerly Incarcerated & Convicted People & Families Movement (FICPFM).

Co-National Organizer Position (Second Position)

The Formerly Incarcerated Convicted People and Families Movement (FICPFM) is a network of over 50 human rights organizations, led by people with criminal records, committed to transforming the criminal justice system by finding alternatives to criminalization, restoring the rights of those previously criminalized by the system, and working toward a society where prisons do not exist. For more information visit our website at  

The FICPFM network is seeking a driven, inspired and energetic National Organizer to help launch an inaugural campaign designed to grow and strengthen the network by: (1) consolidating and interconnecting political power through civic engagement activities; (2) organize and mobilize network organizations for policy change and (3) shift American culture towards inclusive language regarding people and families with criminal records. We will do this by focusing on citizenship, democracy, and continuing the legacy of civil rights struggles with directly impacted people in the center of national leadership.

The National Organizer will work with FICPFM organizations to mobilize directly impacted communities across the country in support of civic engagement and advocacy campaigns to end mass incarceration policies. The ideal candidate is an experienced organizer who has led grassroots, policy and advocacy campaigns. This position will involve connecting organizations, campaign leaders, and organizing formerly incarcerated leaders from across the United States into a powerful force for change while assisting in the development and managing of innovative campaigns in cities across the country. This position will report to the FICPFM National Director and other staff as needed, with the base of operations TBD.

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