Our friends at the National Center for Access to Justice (NCAJ) at Fordham Law School are hiring! They are looking for someone trained in law, policy analysis, or data analysis (or some mix of the three) to strengthen the Center’s Justice Index. See here for details about the position and how to apply.
From NCAJ’s job posting:
NCAJ is currently updating and expanding its Justice Index, writing a guide for civil legal aid organizations on using data to reveal the value of civil legal aid in people’s lives, and helping to implement UN Sustainable Development Goal 16 which calls on all countries of the world to use data to assure access to justice. The Justice Index, justiceindex.org, is NCAJ’s online tool that promotes reform in the 50 states, Puerto Rico, and Washington, D.C. by using data to rank states on their degree of adoption of best policies and practices for access to justice.
The new staff member will contribute to NCAJ’s projects and to its growth as an institution. Activities include, among others, research, writing, data analysis, speaking, advocacy, grant writing and reporting, and supervision of volunteer attorneys and students.