This page lists job and internship opportunities with the Community Development Project at the Urban Justice Center. If you are an attorney who would like to do pro bono work with us, please visit our pro bono page for more information.
As of July 2019, CDP is excited to separate from the Urban Justice Center and launch as an independent organization. Our name will be new, but our work to strengthen grassroots movements and dismantle racial, social & economic oppression remains just as strong. Anyone who joins CDP prior to the launch will continue their employment uninterrupted, with the same salary & comparable conditions.
- Communications and Development Manager - applications accepted on a rolling basis
- Immigrants' Rights Staff Attorney or Accredited DOJ Rep - applications accepted on a rolling basis
- Transactional Matters Supervising Attorney - applications accepted on a rolling basis
- Transactional Matters Staff Attorney - applications accepted on a rolling basis
- Equitable Neighborhoods Supervising Attorney - applications accepted on a rolling basis
- Immigration/Consumer Law Student Externship - applications accepted on a rolling basis
- Summer 2019 Legal Internships - These positions have been filled and we are no longer accepting applications.
Please note: Due to the volume of applications we receive, we are unfortunately not able to respond to emails following up on previously-submitted applications. Applicants who are selected for an interview will be notified by email.
About the Community Development Project
The Community Development Project is an equal opportunity employer. CDP encourages applications from people with diverse backgrounds, including women, people of color, immigrants, people with disabilities, LGBTQ people, people from low income backgrounds, and people with personal experience with the criminal justice system. We strongly encourage applications from people with lived experiences in the communities we serve.
CDP provides legal, participatory research and policy support to strengthen the work of grassroots and community-based groups in New York City to dismantle racial, economic and social oppression.