Employment Opportunities

MAP is hiring! Check out the current job postings below to join MAP’s staff and contribute to our work providing access to the justice system for those who need it the most.

The Michigan Advocacy Program (MAP) is seeking a Manager of Legal Services Delivery.

Michigan Immigrant Rights Center (MIRC) is a legal resource center for immigrants and immigration advocates across Michigan with offices in Ann Arbor, Detroit, Grand Rapids, and Kalamazoo

Michigan Immigrant Rights Center (MIRC)

POSITION: The Michigan Poverty Law Program (MPLP) is seeking applicants for an IT Systems Administrator.

The Michigan Elder Justice Initiative (MEJI) is seeking a lawyer to focus on litigation and advocacy on issues of greatest concern to low income older adults and people with disabilities.

The Michigan Elder Justice Initiative (MEJI) is seeking a lawyer to serve as Legal Counsel to the Michigan Long Term Care Ombudsman Program (MLTCOP).

Michigan Advocacy Program (MAP) is seeking applicants to sponsor for 2019-2021 Skadden, Soros Justice, and Equal Justice Works Fellowships. MAP is seeking candidates interested in projects to support our work on behalf of low-income individuals and families in a range of substantive areas: Domestic violence, family law, immigration, migrant and seasonal farmworker rights, consumer law, housing law, public benefits, elder law, criminal record expungement, and other access to justice issues.

 

MAP has both local and statewide programs including:

POSITION: Legal Services of South Central Michigan is seeking a MLP Coordinator to assist with the launch of our Medical Legal Partnership (MLP) in Washtenaw County. This position is part of a new project funded by Michigan Medicine designed to address the social determinants of health for Washtenaw County’s low-income residents.

POSITION: Legal Services of South Central Michigan is seeking a highly qualified attorney to assist with the launch of our Medical Legal Partnership (MLP) in Washtenaw County. This position is part of a new project funded by Michigan Medicine designed to address the social determinants of health for Washtenaw County’s low-income residents.

Michigan Advocacy Program (MAP) has an opening for a Staff Attorney in the Jackson office.

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