With over 90 employees, the Law Foundation of Silicon Valley is the largest provider of free legal services in Silicon Valley. We’re dedicated to transforming individual lives and creating systemic change for the people in our community facing life-changing legal issues.
Our work culture embraces diversity and inclusiveness, upholds quality and accountability, and is collaborative, innovative, and supportive.
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Clinical Social Work Supervisor - Children & Youth
Directing Attorney - Housing
Social Worker - Children & Youth
Social Work Case Aide - Children & Youth
Staff Attorney (Patients’ Rights) - Health
Staff Attorney - Housing
Staff Attorney (Dependency) - Youth
Supervising Attorney - Children & Youth
Temporary Staff Attorney Economic Rights - Health
Equal Employment Opportunity Hiring Policy
The Law Foundation is an Equal Opportunities Employer/Affirmative Action Employer. We encourage people of color, women, people with disabilities, older people and lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people to apply.
It is the policy of the Law Foundation to prohibit discrimination and harassment of any type and to afford equal employment opportunities to employees and applicants, without regard to race, color, ethnicity, ancestry, religion, age, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, pregnancy, medical condition or genetic information, veteran status, national origin, disability, marital or other protected status. The Law Foundation will conform to the spirit, as well as the letter of all applicable laws and regulations.
We are dedicated to diversity and inclusion at all organizational levels and throughout all programs, as well as with the audiences we seek to reach and client communities we seek to serve. In this way, the Law Foundation seeks to better serve our clients and our rich and diverse community and to model inclusion and equity in society as a whole.
We are committed to providing reasonable accommodations to qualified persons with disabilities who need accommodation to perform their essential job functions.
The Law Foundation provides a bilingual pay differential for employees who are competent in speaking a second language other than English, when the second language is required to perform their job duties.