The Sustainable Economies Law Center is excited to add 1-2 new members to our team! We are looking for full-time (30 hours per week) core staff members to help us bolster our legal work serving worker cooperatives, worker self-directed nonprofits, housing cooperatives, and land rematriation and land justice organizations. Are you interested? Read more below! Click here for the full job description.
Black, people of color, people from poor and working class backgrounds, transgender and gender nonconforming people, people with disabilities, and women are encouraged to apply.
If you don’t think you qualify for everything in this job description, that’s okay! Please don’t let that stop you from applying. You might be the person we’re looking for.
How to Apply: Please fill out our Application Form by 11:59pm PST by April 28th.
Estimated Timeline: We are accepting applications through April 28th, 2023. We expect to conduct interviews beginning in May 2023.
Questions? Please email [email protected] with the SUBJECT: "2023 STAFF ATTY APPLICATION QUESTION”
Thank you for taking the time to submit your responses. We’re looking forward to reading your application!
Upcoming Event with our Partners: Oakland Climate Action Coalition & Local Clean Energy Alliance
When: Saturday, April 5 from 11 am to 2 pm
Where: Youth Uprising - 8711 MacArthur Blvd in East Oakland.
Who: East Oakland community organizations, schools, youth, families, and green job training organizations, solar and energy efficiency businesses, unions, worker justice organizations and food justice organizations.
Policies for Shareable Cities: A Policy Primer for Urban Leaders
32 specific policy recommendations that enable communities to remove barriers to sharing and realize the benefits of the sharing economy in food, jobs, housing, and transportation. View in window below or click here to download PDF.
Press Release - Policies for Shareable Cities: A Policy Primer for Urban Leaders
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Yassi Eskandari-Qajar / [email protected]
New report details what cities can do now to benefit from a sharing economy
San Francisco, CA (September 9, 2013) — A new report released today by the Sustainable Economies Law Center (SELC) and Shareable details policy steps that city governments can take to benefit from the growing sharing economy by supporting innovations such as ridesharing, carsharing, cohousing, cooperatives, and urban agriculture.Read more