Career Opportunities

The Hiscock Legal Aid Society is an equal opportunity employer (E.O.E.), committed to serving and employing a diverse population.  Persons of color, women, LGBT and bilingual persons are encouraged to apply to our opportunities below:

CIVIL PROGRAM ATTORNEY

Hiscock Legal Aid Society, based in Syracuse, New York, seeks an attorney to represent low-income persons in civil matters including family, housing and unemployment.

Job Requirements:  Demonstrated commitment to public-interest law and to serving low-income persons required.  Admission to New York Bar required.

Salary:  D.O.E. + Excellent benefits.

Applicants should send cover letter and resume, including three references to: Linda Gehron, Esq., President & CEO, Hiscock Legal Aid Society, 351 S. Warren Street, Syracuse, New York 13202, or lgehron@hiscocklegalaid.org.

FAMILY COURT ATTORNEY

Hiscock Legal Aid Society, based in Syracuse, New York, seeks an attorney to represent adults in Family Court matters, including Abuse/Neglect, Custody/Visitation and Support Violation cases.

Job Requirements:  Demonstrated commitment to public-interest law and to serving the indigent required.  Admission to New York State Bar required.

Salary:  D.O.E. + Excellent benefits.

Applicants should send cover letter and resume, including three references to: Linda Gehron, Esq., President & CEO, Hiscock Legal Aid Society, 351 S. Warren Street, Syracuse, New York 13202, or lgehron@hiscocklegalaid.org.

1 PROGRAM COORDINATOR and 1 LAW ASSISTANT

Hiscock Legal Aid Society, Syracuse, New York, seeks one Program Coordinator and one Law Assistant.

Commitment  to serving low-income clients required.

Salary: D.O.E. + Excellent benefits.

Applicants should send cover letter and resume, including three references, to Linda Gehron, Esq. President & CEO, Hiscock Legal Aid Society, 351 S. Warren Street, Syracuse, New York 13202.

The Hiscock Legal Aid Society is an equal opportunity employer (E.O.E.), committed to serving and employing a diverse population. Persons of color, women, LGBT and bilingual persons are encouraged to apply.