Join our team and help us protect a fair and equitable justice system, preserve access to the courts, and empower others to stand up and fight for their causes. Below are our current opportunities.

Director of Communications

Alliance for Justice/Alliance for Justice Action Campaign is seeking a senior communications professional to lead our communications team.  The Director serves as the organization’s senior communications professional, responsible for developing and implementing communications strategies to promote the organizations and their agendas, primarily in the areas of the federal judiciary and nonprofits’ right to engage in advocacy.

Counsel, Bolder Advocacy – Houston

In recent months, demand for our services has increased dramatically in Texas, prompting the decision to open a secondary office in Houston.  Our new Houston office will address the needs of the region’s diverse nonprofit population by providing bilingual assistance and training to local nonprofits, helping them to amplify the voices of their communities and constituents. We are now hiring a counsel position to staff the Houston office. 

Counsel, Bolder Advocacy – Northern California

Alliance for Justice’s Bolder Advocacy Program seeks a full-time experienced counsel based in our Northern California office to provide a range of expertise on legal and effective advocacy activities for nonprofits and foundations.

Manager, Foundation Advocacy

Alliance for Justice is seeking a dynamic and accomplished program manager to join our Bolder Advocacy team and lead our new Foundation Advocacy program.  This individual should have a deep knowledge of the foundation space and a passion for the role that advocacy can play in achieving a more fair and just society for all. 

Executive Assistant

The Executive Assistant is a member of the executive team, providing personal administrative support and assistance to both AFJ’s President and Vice President for Program and Operations in a fast-paced nonprofit environment.


Alliance for Justice offers internships for undergraduate and graduate students. Over the course of the semester, interns may participate in a wide range of public education and grassroots organizing projects, research initiatives, and communication efforts, especially around issues related to the judicial selection process, access to justice, nonprofit advocacy, and other legal and policy issues.