Public Interest Law Project

Founded in 1996, the Public Interest Law Project (PILP) is an Oakland-based, legal non-profit organization committed to advancing justice for low-income people and communities by building the capacity of legal services organizations through impact litigation, trainings, and publications, and by advocating for low income community groups and individuals. PILP’s work is focused on the areas of public benefits and affordable housing.  Please visit our website to learn more:

Jan 04, 2022
Full time
$78,000 - $110,000 yearly
Public Interest Law Project Remote (We anticipate we will return to the office in early 2022 on a schedule to be determined and engage in work-related travel when it is safe to do so.)
At a critical time for lower-income communities and people of color, the Public Interest Law Project (PILP) seeks an experienced attorney to join one of California’s premier legal services support centers. Our experienced team engages in systemic, anti-racist advocacy with local and regional legal services offices to advance racial and economic justice and equity. We work to increase and preserve affordable housing, fight displacement, eliminate discriminatory zoning, support unhoused communities, and protect and expand people’s entitlement to public benefits, income support, and supportive services. PILP is a State Bar-certified legal services support center providing local legal services organizations with the expertise and capacity to engage in impact litigation, policy development, and legislative advocacy. Join our team! Since 1996, PILP has provided critical litigation and advocacy support to local legal services and public interest law programs throughout California....