Now Hiring: Legal Director

The ACLU-DE seeks a seasoned litigator, advocate, and collaborator to serve as its Legal Director. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Legal Director will lead and expand the ACLU-DE legal program, including developing and litigating high-impact cases and managing the legal department. The Legal Director will be responsible for setting the overall legal strategy to advance the ACLU-DE mission, as well as handling the day-to-day management of legal staff and cooperating attorneys. As a critical member of the ACLU-DE senior management team, the Legal Director will provide strategic leadership on both litigation and non-litigation legal advocacy in priority areas. Our current campaign priorities include education equity, reform of the justice system, voting rights, immigrants’ rights, and more.

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