Attorney Advisor Position Announcement

March 18th, 2022

With a new Executive Director at the helm, BWJP is entering an exciting phase in its work. Building on existing relationships and past accomplishments, BWJP will continue to broker meaningful community engagement to ensure systems accountability. Using an intersectional lens and analysis, our work will uplift the voices of all survivors, especially those who are from historically marginalized groups. The organization will continue with its commitment to internal and external equity.


NCPOFFC provides technical assistance and training on the full faith and credit provision of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), enforcement of federal and state firearm prohibitions as they relate to domestic violence, custody provisions in protection orders, and the federal domestic violence and stalking crimes.

Position Overview:

The Attorney Advisor position provides leadership, support, and resources on the prevention of GBV through advocacy, training, technical assistance, public awareness, and research. Reporting to the Director of NCPOFFC, the Attorney Advisor will aid in the development of resources, and implementing the full faith and credit provision of VAWA. Remote and local applicants will be considered.

Please find the full application here: Attorney Advisor Application

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