Experienced Attorney for non-profit law firm to represent low income adults with psychiatric diagnoses on treatment and civil rights issues and supervise paralegal advocate. Litigation and housing experience strongly preferred. Statewide travel required. EOE.
Please submit resume by: July 31, 2015
Mail, fax or e-mail resumes to:
Connecticut Legal Rights Project
P.O. Box 351 Silver Street
Middletown, CT 06457
Connecticut Legal Rights Project, Inc., (CLRP) is a statewide non-profit agency which provides legal services to low income individuals with psychiatric disabilities, who reside in hospitals or the community, on matters related to their treatment, recovery, and civil rights. CLRP represents clients in accordance with their expressed preferences in administrative, judicial, and legislative venues to enforce their legal rights and assure that personal choices are respected and individual self-determination is protected. CLRP develops and supports initiatives to promote full community integration which maximizes opportunities for independence and self-sufficiency.