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Open Positions:

Eviction Defense Staff Attorney

DRM seeks a passionate, civil rights-oriented, full-time attorney for a 2 year position to provide representation in eviction defense in support of DRM’s work to ensure access to safe, decent, affordable, and accessible housing. The attorney will be responsible for providing representation to income-eligible clients in eviction proceedings and other cases that would prevent the spread and risk of exposure of COVID-19.  This position is funded through CARES Act funding and may be extended depending on available funding (Posted 6/2/2021).

Voting Rights Advocate

Disability Rights Maryland is seeking a passionate and civil-rights oriented Voting Rights Advocate who will work with the various stakeholders to advance the full participation of people with disabilities in Maryland’s electoral process. The Voting Rights Advocate works under the direct supervision of a Managing Attorney and in collaboration with other Disability Rights Maryland attorneys and advocates in their legal, advocacy, and outreach efforts. The Voting Rights Advocate works to ensure the full participation in the electoral process for individuals with disabilities, including registering to vote, casting a vote, and accessing polling places (Posted 6/2/2021).

Development Associate

To be part of DRM’s growing development department, the Development Associate holds the primary responsibility for the administration and use of the organization’s donor database, accurately recording gift transactions, continuously expanding and improving constituent data. This is a full-time position with the potential for remote work. Candidates with prior development experience, such as knowledge of fundraising principles and basic accounting practices, are preferred. Priority will be given to applications received by April 30, 2021 (Posted 4/15/2021).

Law Student Interns:

Disability Rights Maryland is now accepting applications for its Summer 2021 Legal Internship positions. DRM is seeking enthusiastic, civil rights-oriented law students who are interested in advancing the rights of people with disabilities in Maryland. Read our full internship description for more information, including application instructions (Posted 3/11/2021).