National Network to End Domestic Violence

NNEDV works to make domestic violence a national priority; change the way communities respond to domestic violence; and strengthen efforts against intimate partner violence at every level of government.  Our signature programs include:

  • Empowering domestic violence survivors to lead independent lives free from abuse;
  • Supporting the 56 statewide and territorial coalitions against domestic and sexual violence;
  • Advancing economic empowerment and financial literacy for domestic violence survivors and their allies;
  • Improving high-profile media coverage of domestic violence cases;
  • Educating survivors and their allies about safe technological practices and how batterers misuse technology to further abuse;
  • Building the capacity of local and statewide coalitions against domestic and sexual violence;
  • Providing state-specific legal information for domestic violence survivors; and
  • Promoting federal legislation that effectively holds perpetrators accountable and strengthens services for survivors and their children.

$70,000 yearly
National Network to End Domestic Violence Washington, DC - At the time of this posting, NNEDV is in remote status. NNEDV will also consider non-D.C. based, remote applicants for this position
Apr 14, 2021
Part time
The National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) seeks three Temporary Staff Attorneys to join our Womens Law Team. The Temporary Staff Attorneys are primarily responsible for: 1) Providing legal information on the WomensLaw Email Hotline, either in English or Spanish; and 2) Creating, editing, or updating content on the WomensLaw.org website, either in English or Spanish. For each position, we will consider applicants who want to work between 20 to 40 hours per week.  These roles are needed through September, 30, 2021, but depending on grant funding, there is a possibility that one of the positions will become a permanent staff position.  The Temporary Staff Attorneys will be supervised by the WomensLaw Legal Director. In addition, the WomensLaw Senitor Staff Attorneys will perform some supervision of tasks and assist with training. Position 1: Hiring an English-speaking Temporary Staff Attorney Position 2: Hiring a fluent, bilingual Spanish-speaking Temporary Staff...