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Job Opportunities

 

Texas Legal Services Center, Inc. is committed to building a culturally diverse workplace and strongly encourage people, including but not limited to: veterans, women, persons of color, LGBTQ individuals, persons with disabilities, and persons from other groups to apply.

 

Executive Director

 

Texas Legal Services Center (TLSC) seeks an Executive Director to lead our unique civil legal aid organization, dedicated to addressing the special legal aid needs of low income persons, filling justice gaps and serving as the statewide training and resource center and communications hub of the Texas legal aid community. TLSC is recognized at the state level for providing excellent legal services on behalf of low income Texans, and nationally for our broad array of advocacy strategies and partnerships. TLSC’s Executive Director Randy Chapman has announced his scheduled retirement effective June 1, 2018.  The next Executive Director will join TLSC at a time of financial stability and advocacy success.

 

The Executive Director will be responsible to:

  • Lead the continued visionary development of the Texas Legal Services Center, engaging staff, board, client communities and other stakeholders in service to clients;
  • Maintain a strategic balance of excellent and creative program work between individual client assistance and advocacy addressing systemic problems related to poverty;
  • Hire, supervise, develop and retain a first rate diverse staff, with the Leadership Team;
  • Maintain the TLSC leadership role among poverty advocacy organizations and coordinate its work with those groups;
  • Ensure the organization’s financial health and stability with sound financial planning and management, including preparation of budgets, oversight of financial systems and internal controls, and compliance with contractual and grant requirements and funder expectations;
  • Lead a diversified resource development program of individual and law firm gifts, foundation grants, government grants and contracts, and legislative appropriations;
  • Serve as an effective ambassador for TLSC  among the organized bar, elected and appointed officials, the public, low-income clients and communities, legal aid organizations, and national organizations.

 

The Executive Director must:

  • Possess a Juris Doctor degree and membership in good standing with the Texas Bar, or have the ability to obtain membership upon employment;
  • Advocate passionately for the legal rights of low-income persons;
  • Possess exceptional leadership skills;
  • Have substantial management experience in a successful legal services or other nonprofit entity, in the areas of supervision, budgeting, compliance, finance, fiscal controls, strategic priority planning and managing change;
  • Demonstrate a track record of fundraising success;
  • Demonstrate understanding of legislative and executive-level public policy issues and processes;
  • Have experience working productively with an engaged board of directors;
  • Have experience working effectively with multiple organizations and individuals with diverse perspectives;
  • Possess outstanding communication skills orally and in writing with a range of audiences and stakeholders;
  • Convey vision, integrity, courage, intelligence, creativity, energy and humor equal to the challenges of this demanding position.

 

Application Process:

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. To receive full consideration, candidates are urged to submit their application by December 29, 2017. Please submit a letter expressing your interest in the position, your qualifications, and what you hope to contribute to the organization’s future.  Please include a résumé, and the names and contact information for three professional references.

 

Materials should be submitted electronically to ppap@mielegalaid.org in Microsoft Word or .pdf format.

 

TLSC is assisted in the search by Patricia Pap, Executive Director, Management Information Exchange, 105 Chauncy St., Fl 6, Ste 3, Boston, MA 02111, 617-556-0288, ppap@mielegalaid.org.  Candidates with questions about the position or process are encourage to contact her.

 

Salary depends on experience based on a competitive public interest salary scale.  Benefits include a generous leave policy, excellent family health insurance, life & disability insurance, SEP IRA contributions, and a 403 (b) plan.

 

Texas Legal Services Center, Inc. is committed to building a culturally diverse workplace and strongly encourages people, including but not limited to veterans, women, persons of color, LGBTQ individuals, persons with disabilities, and persons from other groups, to apply.

 

About Texas Legal Services Center:

TLSC provides legal representation for low-income individuals in Texas.  Our mission is to help low-income Texas residents obtain equal access to justice by providing them with advice and representation in civil legal matters; advocating for their legal rights; and conducting community education about the legal issues that affect them.  TLSC provides a full range of services to our clients, and our services go far beyond resolution of individual cases.  TLSC has a total budget of about $6 million from a variety of public and private sources.

 

The Board of Directors:

The Board’s membership includes both practicing attorneys and people who are financially eligible to receive services.  A majority of the Board of Directors have served clients as staff attorneys or in leadership positions in other legal aid programs.

 

The Leadership Team:

The TLSC Leadership Team includes the Executive Director, Deputy Director, Associate Director, Chief Accountant and Human Relations Director, and Managing Attorneys of the legal units.

 

The Staff:

TLSC’s staff is diverse and consists of approximately 60 employees including 45 attorneys.  TLSC is divided into several legal units, each with a different legal expertise.  The units include Crime Victims Legal Services (AVOICE), Self-Represented Litigants, TexasLawHelp.org, Health Law, Impact Litigation, Medical-Legal Partnership, Utility Law Project, Legal Hotline for Texans, Veterans Legal Assistance Program, Parenting Order Legal Line, South Central Pension Rights Program, Legal Assistance for Survivors of Sexual Assault (LASSA), and Transactional Legal Assistance.

 

TLSC is committed to recruiting and retaining high quality staff and embraces its duty to cultivate a new generation of public interest its duty to cultivate a new generation of public interest advocates.

 

 

Family Helpline Staff Attorney

 

The Family Helpline is a statewide Texas legal service that provides free legal information and education to members of the community who have questions regarding Texas Child Protective Services and child welfare issues. Helpline callers are often parents of children or relatives of children who are in involved in the Child Protective Services system. The Family Helpline is generously funded by the Children’s Commission of the Supreme Court of Texas, the Children’s Justice Act, and the Texas Access to Justice Foundation. The Family Helpline routinely interacts with other stakeholders in the child welfare community as part of the Family Helpline mission to positively impact the child welfare community.

 

Family Helpline Staff Attorneys are expected to fulfill the mission of Texas Legal Services Center by assisting parents, families, and the public better understand Child Protective Services policies and procedures, the child welfare legal system, and the additional legal systems that intersect with child welfare cases in Texas, by telephone and in-person.  Staff attorneys are responsible for her/his individual caseload, making relevant referrals to network partners and coordinating various program activities.

 

Minimum Job Qualifications

J.D. Degree and licensure by the Supreme Court of Texas with a minimum of one year child welfare law experience, as a caseworker or as an attorney representing parents, children, or the state in Child Protective Services cases.

 

Primary Responsibilities and Duties

Please note that this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

 

The Family Helpline Staff Attorney is responsible for the direct services component of the Family Helpline program.

 

  • Demonstrate proficiency with relevant parts of the law related to child welfare, including but not limited to:
    • family law,
    • criminal law,
    • conservatorship,
    • access,
    • child support,
    • enforcement and modification of court orders and judgments,
    • paternity,
    • termination of parental rights,
    • adoption,
    • negotiation and mediation, and
    • domestic violence.
  • Respond to the caller’s CPS questions in a patient, compassionate, culturally sensitive and trauma-informed manner.
  • Adequately and fully explain the nature of services that can be offered to Family Helpline callers.
  • Analyze the caller’s problem, and answer questions related to the CPS process.
  • Refer callers to appropriate resources that might further assist them with their case.
  • Instruct caller how to complete legal tasks.
  • Conduct legal research and factual investigation needed to adequately perform the tasks undertaken on behalf of the caller.
  • Provide high-quality legal assistance and education to eligible callers and community organizations.
  • Comply with all regulations, grant requirements, and internal operating and personnel policies.
  • Ensure that all client, project, and computer files are maintained in an orderly manner.
  • Maintain the highest ethical and professional standards as a member of the State Bar and stay current with updates and changes to the law.  Adhere to the ABA Standards for Civil Legal Services Providers.
  • Maintain the highest level of professionalism when working with other TLSC staff, other Legal Aid programs, governmental and funding entities, and the public.
  • Embrace and support TLSC’s overall mission, standards, policies, and confidentiality requirements.
  • Ensure that all appointments and deadlines are calendared and timely executed with sufficient time dedicated for management approval.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by senior management and the Family Helpline Managing Attorney.
  • Promptly provide all information needed/requested for TLSC/ Family Helpline reporting.
  • Carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws.  Responsibilities may include training, planning, assigning and directing the work of others (paralegals, support staff, volunteers and interns).
  • Ability to type with speed and accuracy and to utilize office software and case management systems.
  • Demonstrate proficiency with TLSC’s case management system, Adobe software, Microsoft Office software, and social media tools and have the ability to learn new technologies to carry out job functions.
  • The attorney is expected to follow TLSC policy and procedures when conducting intake and assisting callers, and to stay current with all changes to child welfare law.
  • Family Helpline attorneys will be evaluated on their legal skills, their ability to serve clients in a professional, respectful manner, and their productivity levels.
  • The Family Helpline attorney’s work is reviewed by the Managing Attorney, who will regularly conduct case reviews.  The Family Helpline Attorney is expected to work with the Managing Attorney to correct any legal or intake problems.

 

Essential Functions

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. This work is professional and requires regularity for the following physical activities:

 

  • Occasional bending, squatting, kneeling, and good hand to finger dexterity, handling, and feeling; frequent repetitive motions;
  • Operate computer screens and keyboards for extended periods of time;
  • The noise level in the work environment is usually very quiet;
  • Ability to read and write in English and to communicate by telephone; and
  • Occasional lifting (up to 10 lbs.) of files, supplies, and office equipment.

 

Note

FLSA Status: Full-time Salaried or Part-time Hourly, Non-Exempt

Supervisory Responsibilities: May include supervision of paralegals, interns, volunteers, and other support staff members

Reports to: Family Helpline Managing Attorney

Days and Hours of Work: Hours may vary to meet program needs as determined by the Managing Attorney and Senior Management

 

 

Human Resources Generalist

 

Texas Legal Services Center is a leading legal service provider staffed with passionate employees who extend themselves in understanding the needs of underserved Texans. We advocate for social justice on behalf of especially vulnerable people - the elderly, the disabled, veterans, crime victims, children and families. We seek team members who share our passion and desire to serve our mission, and we need your help. If you are an individual who flourishes in fast-paced environment, gets along well with others, and performs with the highest degree of professionalism, then we know you will make our unstoppable team even stronger.

 

The Human Resources Generalist is responsible for performing HR-related duties on a professional level and supports the Human Resources Manager. This position carries out responsibilities in the following functional areas: benefits administration, employee relations, training, performance management, on-boarding, policy implementation, recruitment/employment, affirmative action, and employment law compliance.

 

Required Experience/Education

  • Bachelor’s degree in business, human resources, or equivalent combination of education and experience preferred.
  • Minimum of 4 years’ experience administering employee benefit plans.
  • Experience administering 403(b) retirement programs, familiarity with COBRA, ERISA, FMLA and related state and federal regulations required.
  • SHRM-CP or PHR certified professionals preferred

 

Essential Functions

  • Monitors the performance evaluation program and revises as necessary.
  • Administers employee health, welfare and retirement plans company-wide. Benefit programs include: 403 (b) Retirement Plan, medical/dental, income
  •  protection, short-term disability, long-term disability, workers’ compensation, leave of absence, Flexible Spending (Section 125), etc.
  • Acts as a liaison between employee and insurance providers and to resolve benefit related problems and ensure effective utilization of plans and positive employee relations.
  • Provides administrative support to human resources function as needed (e.g. correspondence generation, record keeping, file maintenance, HRIS entry).
  • Participates in administrative staff meetings and attends other meetings and seminars.
  • Assists the Director of Human Resources in annual benefits package review.
  • Performs other HR generalist duties as assigned.
  • Administers health and welfare plans including enrollments and terminations.
  • Processes required documents through payroll and insurance providers to ensure accurate record keeping and proper deductions.
  • Serves as the COBRA administrator for the company.
  • Conducts new employee on-boarding and orientations to ensure employees gain an understanding of benefit plans and enrollment provisions.
  • Counsels employees (and potential employees/applicants) on plan provisions so that individuals can make informed benefit decisions. This involves all level employees including executives.
  • Conducts recruitment effort for all exempt and nonexempt personnel, students and temporary employees; conducts new-employee orientations; and writes and places advertisements.
  • Processes monthly billings from insurance providers. Reviews billings for accuracy, codes and advances for payment. Resolves discrepancies with carriers, payroll and the organization.
  • Strives to ensure employee understanding of benefit programs by, regularly generating communication and counseling employees/dependents as situations arise. Resolves employee complaints related to health and welfare plans, refers difficult or very complex complaints to manager as needed.
  • Acts as liaison with various carriers and fosters effective relationships with client representatives.
  • Acts as a resource for Accounting/HR contacts to ensure their understanding and compliance with benefit and HR policies and regulations.
  • Keeps management advised of potential problem areas and recommends/implements solutions as appropriate.
  • Performs recruitment activities to include positing of job opportunities, scheduling interview, and maintains records related to same.
  • Administers various human resource plans and procedures for all organization personnel; assists in the development and implementation of personnel policies and procedures; prepares and maintains the employee handbook and the policies and procedures manual.
  • Conducts exit interviews in absence of Director of Human Resources.
  • Assists Director of Finance and Human Resources Manager with annual external and/or grantor audits.

 

Note

Please note this job description is not designed to include a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

 

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by an employee in this position. These statements are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of employees in this position. This position is FLSA exempt.

 

Office Manager

 

Texas Legal Services Center is a leading legal service provider staffed with passionate employees who extend themselves in understanding the needs of underserved Texans. We advocate for social justice on behalf of especially vulnerable people - the elderly, the disabled, veterans, crime victims, children and families. We seek team members who share our passion and desire to serve our mission, and we need your help. If you are an individual who flourishes in a fast-paced environment, gets along well with others, and performs with the highest degree of professionalism, then we know you will make our unstoppable team even stronger.

 

The Office Manager position requires superior organization, attention to detail, reliable attendance, accounting expertise, and effective supervisory and time management skills. The Office Manager manages office services, assists with payroll, and ensures that office operations and procedures are organized, correspondence is controlled, supply requisitions are reviewed, approved, received, and paid for, and that reception is properly assigned and monitored.

 

Required Experience/Education

  • Proven experience as an Office Manager, with knowledge of office administrator responsibilities, systems, and procedures.
  • Associate degree or higher in accounting, business, or office management with relevant accounting or bookkeeping experience, or the equivalent in education and experience required.
  • A high level of organizational and project management skills are required for this position.
  • Experience: advanced accounting experience in payroll and accounts payable using Excel, MS Office Products, QuickBooks and other accounting and financial management, payroll and human resource software tools.
  • Skill in handling multiple tasks, prioritizing, and meeting deadlines.
  • Skill in effective oral and written communication.
  • Skill in exercising sound judgment and effective decision making.
  • Ability to provide excellent customer service.
  • Ability to arrange transportation for business-related travel for staff and board members.

 

Other Requirements

This work is professional and requires the following physical activities, unless a reasonable accommodation is needed:

  • Sitting for long periods of time, occasional bending, squatting, kneeling, and good finger dexterity and feeling; frequent repetitive motions.
  • Occasional lifting of files, supplies, and office equipment.
  • Ability to type with speed and accuracy and to utilize office software and possible case management systems.

 

Essential Functions

  • Schedules meetings and appointments within the office.
  • Orders, receives, and distributes supplies.
  • Manages the reception area.
  • Arranges travel for Board members.
  • Reserves meeting space and plans events.
  • Maintains the office condition, and arranges needed repairs.
  • Arranges office and furniture moves.
  • Organizes office operations and procedures.
  • Ensures that all items are invoiced and paid on time.
  • Provides general support to visitors.
  • Assists in on-boarding new hires and volunteers.
  • Addresses employee questions regarding office management issues.
  • Serves as a liaison with Board members, building management, vendors, caterers, cleaners, and movers.
  • Plans in-house and off-site activities like conferences, celebrations, and parties..
  • Serves as point person for maintenance, mail, supplies, equipment, furniture, bills, errands and shopping.
  • Responsible for picking up and dropping off mail at the post office.
  • Works in close collaboration with the Accounting team, Human Resources, Managing Attorneys, Associate, Deputy, and Executive Directors.
  • Demonstrates proficiency with QuickBooks, and Microsoft Office products, and possesses the ability to learn in-house technology; such as, payroll, case management systems, and other office software applications.
  • Assists in tracking, initiating, and processing payroll as instructed.
  • Maintains office files and databases to ensure accuracy, accessibility, and confidentiality of information.
  • Maintain attorney bar number listing, professional liability insurance, and dues payments.
  • Prioritizes projects and exercises effective time management.
  • Must demonstrate a willingness and ability to learn new skills and adopt when program requirements shift.
  • Performs other duties as assigned by the Executive Director, Deputy Director, Associate Director, and Director of Accounting.

 

Note

  • Classification: Full-time, Exempt
  • Reports to  Director of Finance
  • Office Hours: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m., or 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
  • Additional hours may be required on occasion

 

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by an employee in this position.  These statements are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of employees in this position.  This position is FLSA exempt.  This positon requires the highest degree of confidentiality.

 

Employment with TLSC is on an “at will” basis and may be terminated by the employer or employee at any time with notice.

 

 

Parenting Order Legal Line (POLL)

Staff Attorney (Part-Time)

 

Texas Legal Services Center is looking for a friendly, adaptable, self-motivated, experienced Family Law Attorney to join our Parenting Order Legal Line (POLL). Since the program’s inception 7 years ago, POLL attorneys have helped thousands of non-custodial parents increase the amount of parenting time they have with their children. POLL Staff Attorneys assist their clients by educating and coaching them through the modification and enforcement process, drafting legal documents on their behalf, and conducting settlement negotiations. We are looking for someone to work with us part time, for a minimum of 20 hours a week.

 

The mission of the Parenting Order Legal Line (POLL) at Texas Legal Services Center is to ensure that non-custodial parents enjoy all the rights given to them under their Standard Possession Order, and increase the time they spend with their children. The legal representation of clients is done over the phone. The staff attorney is responsible for her/his caseload, making relevant referrals, and coordinating various program activities.

 

Required Experience/Education

J.D. Degree and licensure by the Supreme Court of Texas with 3 years family law experience.  The requirement of at least 3 years of experience in family law as a licensed attorney can be waived with proof of a superior ability to apply family law to the needs of clients, and demonstrated expertise and a successful record of mediation and/or settlement negotiation, preferably in contested family law cases.

 

Essential Job Duties

The POLL Attorney is responsible for the direct services component of the Parenting Order Legal Line program.

 

  • Respond to the caller’s family law questions in a patient, compassionate, culturally sensitive and trauma-informed manner.
  • Conduct an intake interview, confirm the caller’s eligibility for services, and check for conflicts of interest.
  • Explain the limited nature of legal services that can be offered to hotline callers.
  • Analyze the caller’s legal problem, and advise the caller over the phone, or refer the caller to an appropriate agency.
  • Write or phone opposing parties on behalf of the client to resolve the client’s problem, or assist the client in drafting simple pleadings, and instruct client on how to complete legal tasks.
  • Conduct the legal research and factual investigation needed to adequately perform the tasks undertaken on behalf of the caller.
  • Provide high quality legal assistance to eligible clients and client organizations.
  • Comply with all regulations, grant requirements, and internal operating and personnel policies.
  • Ensure that all client, project, and computer files are maintained in an orderly manner.
  • Maintain the highest ethical and professional standards as a member of the State Bar and stay current with updates and changes to the law.  Adhere to the ABA Standards for Civil Legal Services Providers.
  • Maintain the highest level of professionalism when working with other TLSC staff, other Legal Aid programs, governmental and funding entities, and the public.
  • Embrace and support TLSC’s overall mission, standards, policies, and confidentiality requirements.
  • Ensure that all appointments and deadlines are calendared and timely executed with sufficient time dedicated for management approval of legal documents.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by Senior Management and the POLL Managing Attorney.
  • Demonstrate proficiency with relevant parts of family law, including conservatorship, access, child support, enforcement of court orders and judgments, negotiation and medication.
  • Ability to type with speed and accuracy and to utilize office software and case management systems.
  • Demonstrate proficiency with TLSC’s case management system, Adobe software, Microsoft Office software, and social media tools and the ability to learn new technologies to carry out job functions.
  • Promptly provide all information needed/requested for TLSC/POLL reporting.
  • Carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws.  Responsibilities may include training, planning, assigning and directing the work of others (paralegals, support staff, volunteers and interns)
  • The attorney is expected to follow TLSC policy and procedures when conducting intake and assisting callers, and to stay current with all changes to family law.
  • POLL attorneys will be evaluated on their legal skills, their ability to serve clients in a professional, respectful manner, and their productivity levels.
  • The POLL attorney’s work is reviewed by the Managing Attorney, who will regularly conduct case reviews.  The POLL Attorney is expected to work with the Managing Attorney to correct any legal or intake problems.

 

Essential Functions

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. This work is professional and requires regularity for the following physical activities:

 

  • Occasional bending, squatting, kneeling, and good hand to finger dexterity, handling, and feeling; frequent repetitive motions;
  • Operate computer screens and keyboards for extended periods of time;
  • The noise level in the work environment is usually very quiet;
  • Ability to read and write in English and to communicate by telephone; and
  • Occasional lifting (up to 10 lbs.) of files, supplies, and office equipment.

 

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

 

 

Health Law Staff Attorney (Hourly)

The attorney will be able to issue spot health related concerns; provide advice and counseling, brief services, and more extensive services to clients experiencing a wide range of health law issues; serve as back-up support to full-time attorneys; provide assistance to full-time attorneys on more complex cases involving systemic issues; and conduct case intake as needed.

 

Required Experience/Education

J.D. Degree and licensed by the Supreme Court of Texas with a minimum of 3 years of related health law experience. The requirement of at least 3 years of experience in health law as a licensed attorney can be waived in instances in which the candidate demonstrates superior ability to apply health law to the needs of clients.

 

Experience in providing legal assistance in one or more of the following areas:

  • Medicaid
  • Medicare
  • The Affordable Care Act
  • Public benefits such as SNAP and TANF
  • CHIP
  • The Family and Medical Leave Act
  • Advance Directives

 

Preferred Qualifications

  • Previous Health Law experience
  • Bilingual

 

Essential Job Duties

  • Provide high quality legal assistance to eligible clients and client organizations.
  • Demonstrate knowledge and expertise of the law and legal system, especially in all areas of poverty law with emphasis in Health Law.
  • Attend and participate in staff meetings as scheduled by the Health Law Managing Attorney.
  • Provide support to local legal aid providers in a responsive and professional manner.
  • Ensure that all client, project, and computer files are maintained in an orderly manner.
  • Demonstrate proficiency with case management systems, Adobe software, and Microsoft Office software.
  • Demonstrate the ability to learn new technologies to carry out job functions.
  • Ensure that all appointments and deadlines are calendared and timely executed with sufficient time dedicated for management approval of legal documents.

Other Duties

  • Embrace and support TLSC's overall mission, standards, policies, and confidentiality requirements.
  • Comply with all regulations, grant requirements, internal operating policies, and personnel policies.
  • Maintain the highest ethical standards as a member of the State Bar and stay current with updates and changes to the law.
  • Adhere to the ABA Standards for Civil Legal Services Providers.
  • Maintain the highest level of professionalism when working with other TLSC staff, other Legal Aid programs, governmental and funding entities, and the public.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Executive Director, Deputy Director, Associate Director, and the Health Law Managing Attorney.

 

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. This work is professional and regularly requires the following physical activities unless a reasonable accommodation is needed:

 

  • Occasional bending, squatting, kneeling, and good hand to finger dexterity, handling, and feeling; frequent repetitive motions;
  • Operate computer screens and keyboards for extended periods of time;
  • The noise level in the work environment is usually very quiet;
  • Ability to read and write in English and to communicate by telephone;
  • Occasional lifting (up to 10 lbs.) of files, supplies, and office equipment.

 

Note

Days and Hours of Work:  20 hours per week during normal business hours.

 

Schedule may vary to meet program needs as determined by the Managing Attorney.

 

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by an employee in this position. These statements are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of employees in this position. This position is FLSA exempt.

 

 

Impact Litigation Staff Attorney (Hourly)

 

The Impact Litigation Staff Attorney (Hourly) will provide civil legal representation to low-income individuals in Texas. The Staff Attorney is responsible for the attorney's own caseload and reports to the Impact Litigation Managing Attorney.

 

Required Experience/Education

  • J.D. degree and licensure by the Supreme Court of Texas for 3 or more years.
  • Experience litigating in one or both of the following areas: Consumer Law, Public Benefits.
  • Record of consistent compliance with office procedures.
  • Record of consistent professionalism and courtesy at the highest level when communicating (verbally and via email) and when working with other office staff, clients, other Legal Aid programs, governmental and funding entities, and the public.

 

Essential Job Duties

  • Spot issues that, if favorably resolved, will improve the lives of many low-income individuals or that will lead to systemic improvements in services to low-income individuals.
  • Provide high quality legal assistance to eligible clients.
  • Execute intake interviews, confirm eligibility for services, and check for conflicts of interest.
  • Analyze legal problems, conduct legal research, and conduct factual investigation as needed to perform the tasks undertaken on behalf of eligible clients.
  • Communicate with third parties on behalf of clients to resolve legal problems.
  • Prepare for and attend hearings and trials.
  • Demonstrate knowledge and expertise of the law and legal system, especially in areas that impact low-income individuals.
  • Comply with all regulations, grant requirements, and internal operating and personnel policies.
  • Promptly provide all information needed/requested for TLSC-reporting.
  • Demonstrate proficiency with TLSC's case management system, Adobe products, Microsoft Office products, and social media tools, and demonstrate the ability to learn new technologies to carry out job functions.
  • Embrace and support TLSC's overall mission, standards, policies, and confidentiality requirements.
  • Ensure that all client, project, and computer files are maintained in an orderly manner.
  • Maintain the highest ethical standards as a member of the State Bar and stay current with updates and changes to the law.
  • Adhere to the ABA Standards for Civil Legal Services Providers.
  • Maintain the highest level of professionalism when working with TLSC staff, other Legal Aid programs, governmental and funding entities, and the public.
  • Embrace and support TLSC's overall mission, standards, policies, and confidentiality requirements.
  • Ensure that all appointments and deadlines are calendared and timely executed with sufficient time dedicated for management approval of legal documents.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by senior management and the VLAP Managing Attorney

Other Requirements

This work is professional and requires the following activities unless a reasonable accommodation is needed:

  • Sitting for long periods of time, occasional bending, squatting, kneeling, and good finger dexterity and feeling; frequent repetitive motions
  • Occasional lifting of files, supplies, and office equipment.
  • Ability to type with speed and accuracy and to utilize office software and case management
  • systems.

 

Note

Work is during normal business hours. Hours may vary to meet program needs as determined by the Managing

Attorney.

 

This position requires 20 hours per week of service.

 

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by an employee in this position. These statements are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of employees in this position. The position is FLSA non-exempt.

 

 

Impact Litigation Managing Attorney

 

The Impact Litigation Managing Attorney (full-time) will provide civil legal representation to low-income individuals in Texas. The Managing Attorney is responsible for the attorney's own caseload and for managing staff of Impact Litigation.

 

This position requires a minimum of 40 hours per week of service.

 

Required Experience/Education

  • J.D. degree and licensure by the Supreme Court of Texas for ten (10) or more years.
  • Litigation experience in one or both of the: Conswner Law, Public Benefits Law.
  • Record of consistent compliance with office procedures.
  • Record of consistent professionalism and courtesy at the highest level when communicating (verbally and via email) and when working with other office staff, clients, other Legal Aid programs, governmental and funding entities, and the public.

 

Additional Preferred Qualification

Experience in managing legal professionals (attorneys, paralegals).

 

Essential Job Duties

  • Spot issues that, if favorably resolved, will improve the lives of many low-income individuals or lead to systemic improvements in services to low-income individuals.
  • Provide high quality legal assistance to eligible clients.
  • Execute intake interviews, confirm eligibility for services and check for conflicts of interest.
  • Analyze legal problems, and conduct legal research and factual investigation as needed to perform the tasks undertaken on behalf of eligible clients.
  • Communicate with third parties on behalf of clients to resolve legal problems.
  • Prepare for and attend hearings and trials.
  • Demonstrate knowledge and expertise of the law and legal system, especially in areas that impact low-income individuals.
  • Comply with all regulations, grant requirements, and internal operating and personnel policies.
  • Promptly provide all information needed/requested for TLSC-reporting.
  • Demonstrate proficiency with TLSC's case management system, Adobe and Microsoft
  • Office products and social media tools and the ability to learn new technologies to carry out job functions.
  • Embrace and support TLSC's overall mission, standards, policies, and confidentiality requirements.
  • Ensure that all client, project, and computer files are maintained in an orderly manner.
  • Maintain the highest ethical standards as a member of the State Bar and stay current with updates and changes to the law. Adhere to the ABA Standards for Civil Legal Services Providers.
  • Maintain the highest level of professionalism when working with TLSC staff, other Legal Aid programs, governmental and funding entities, and the public.
  • Embrace and support TLSC's overall mission, standards, policies, and confidentiality requirements.
  • Ensure that all appointments and deadlines are calendared and timely executed with sufficient time dedicated for management approval of legal documents.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by senior management and the VLAP Managing Attorney.

 

Other Requirements

This work is professional and requires the following activities unless a reasonable accommodation

is needed:

  • Sitting for long periods of time, occasional bending, squatting, kneeling, and good finger dexterity and feeling; frequent repetitive motions
  • Occasional lifting of files, supplies, and office equipment.
  • Ability to type with speed and accuracy and to utilize office software and case management systems.

 

Note

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by an employee in this position. These statements are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of employees in this position. The position is FLSA non-exempt.

 

Days and Hours of Work: Work is during normal business hours, and additional hours as needed.

 

 

Intake Specialist (Part-time)

 

Job Activities

  • Respond to inquiries from potential clients and serve as a resource for general case acceptance questions
  • Collect appropriate information and provide concise summary (both written and verbal) and accurately enter the information in the case management system
  • Field incoming help requests from potential clients via a variety of intake channels (phone, walk-up, internet, email, etc.)
  • Maintain solid coordination and communication with Unified Intake team and immediate supervisor
  • Conduct efficient, detailed pre-acceptance screening assessments, while ensuring proper boundaries are maintained
  • Remain knowledgeable of community resources so as to refer clients appropriately
  • Serve as a liaison between the client and attorney
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Executive Director, Deputy Director, Associate Director, and the Supervisor of Unified Intake
  • Comply with all regulations, grant requirements, and internal operating and personnel policies
  • TLSC uses a computer case management system to document activity with all callers.  After training, the intake specialist is expected to be adept at using the system and inputting the information correctly.
  • The intake specialist is expected to follow TLSC policy and procedures when conducting intake and assisting callers, and to stay current with changes that affect Unified Intake.

 

Required Experience/Education

  • Possess the ability to deal tactfully with clients, visitors, government agencies, and the general public
  • Experience using Microsoft Office products and other software to be used to support relevant business/industry data analysis
  • Able to take initiative, multi-task, work well under pressure, and complete required assignments in a timely fashion
  • Must have basic telephone and computer skills and be willing to learn new computer skills
  • Ability to provide intake services fluently in English and Spanish is strongly preferred

 

Other Requirements

This work is professional and requires the following physical activities:

 

  • Sitting for long periods of time, occasional bending, squatting, kneeling,  frequent repetitive motions,and good finger dexterity and feeling
  • Occasional lifting of files, supplies, and office equipment
  • Ability to type with speed and accuracy and to utilize office software and case management systems

 

Note

The compensation level will be based on skill levels and prior experience and success.

 

 

Transactional Legal Assistance Staff Attorney

Transactional Legal Assistance Staff Attorneys are expected to fulfill the mission of Texas Legal Services Center by providing limited scope legal assistance, including counsel and advice and form completion, to meet certain basic civil legal needs of low-income individuals. This position will maintain a caseload, conduct outreach, and provide assistance as needed for the program as a whole.

 

Essential Job Activities

  • Offer high quality legal assistance to clients
  • Instruct clients on how to complete legal tasks
  • Conduct legal research and factual investigation needed to adequately perform the tasks undertaken on behalf of clients
  • Demonstrate knowledge and expertise of the law and legal system
  • Demonstrate proficiency with TLSC's case management system, Adobe software, Microsoft Office software, social media tools, and the ability to learn new technologies to carry out job functions
  • Follow TLSC policy and procedures when conducting intake and assisting callers and clients with legal assistance and advice.
  • Comply with all regulations, grant requirements, and internal operating and personnel policies
  • Ensure that all client, project, and computer files are maintained in an orderly manner
  • Demonstrate consistent ability to comply with office procedures
  • Maintain the highest ethical standards as a member of the State Bar and the ABA Standards for Civil Legal Services Providers and stay current with changes to the law
  • Maintain the highest level of professionalism and courtesy when communicating (verbally and via email) and when working with other TLSC staff, clients, other Legal Aid programs, governmental and funding entities, and the public
  • Embrace and support TLSC's overall mission, standards, policies, and confidentiality requirements
  • Ensure that all Transactional Legal Assistance appointments and deadlines are calendared and timely executed with sufficient time dedicated for management's approval of legal documents.
  • Perform other client advocacy and state support duties as assigned by the managing attorney or senior management
  • Record of consistent professionalism and courtesy at the highest level when communicating (verbally and via email) and when working with other TLSC staff, clients, other Legal Aid programs, governmental and funding entities, and the public

 

Transactional Legal Assistance Staff Attorneys will be evaluated on their legal skills, their ability to serve clients in a professional, respectful manner, and their  productivity levels.  Work is reviewed by the Managing Attorney, who will regularly conduct case reviews.  The Transactional Legal Assistance Staff Attorney is expected to work with the Managing Attorney to correct any legal or intake problems

 

Minimum Job Qualifications

  • J.D. Degree
  • Licensure by the Supreme Court of Texas for two or more years
  • Recent operational experience in obtaining Occupational Licenses ("Essential Need Licenses") for clients within the past two years. This includes drafting and filing of petitions to obtain Court orders to submit to the Department of Public Safety to ultimately issue the Occupational Licenses, as well as appearing in court on behalf of clients for the related matter
  • Record of consistent compliance with office procedures

 

Note

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by an employee in this position. These statements are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of employees in this position. This position is FLSA exempt. Employment with TLSC is on an "at will" basis and may be terminated by the employer or employee at any time with notice. This position requires a high level of organizational and project management skills.

 

Days and Hours of Work: Monday through Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 pm., 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., or 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Other hours may be needed as determined by senior management.

 

 

Transactional Legal Assistance Staff Attorney

Transactional Legal Assistance Staff Attorneys are expected to fulfill the mission of Texas Legal Services Center by providing limited scope legal assistance including counsel and advice and form completion to meet certain basic civil legal needs of low-income individuals. The Staff Attorney is responsible for the Staff Attorney's own caseload, conducting outreach, and providing assistance as needed for the program as a whole.

 

Essential Job Activities

  • Offer high quality legal assistance to clients
  • Instruct clients how to complete legal tasks
  • Conduct the legal research and factual investigation needed to adequately perform the tasks undertaken on behalf of clients.
  • Demonstrate knowledge and expertise of the law and legal system
  • Demonstrate proficiency with TLSC's case management system, Adobe software, Microsoft Office, and social media tools and the ability to learn new technologies to carry out job functions
  • Follow TLSC policy and procedures when conducting intake and assisting callers and clients with legal assistance and advice
  • Comply with all regulations, grant requirements, and internal operating and personnel policies
  • Ensure that all client, project, and computer files are maintained in an orderly manner
  • Demonstrate consistent ability to comply with office procedures
  • Maintain the highest ethical standards as a member of the State Bar and the ABA Standards for Civil Legal Services Providers and stay current with changes to the law
  • Maintain the highest level of professionalism and courtesy when communicating (verbally and via email) and when working with other TLSC staff, clients, other Legal Aid programs, governmental and funding entities, and the public
  • Embrace and support TLSC's overall mission, standards, policies, and confidentiality requirements
  • Ensure that all Transactional Legal Assistance appointments and deadlines are calendared and timely executed with sufficient time dedicated for management's approval of legal documents
  • Perform other client advocacy and state support duties as assigned by the managing attorney or senior management
  • Record of consistent professionalism and courtesy at the highest level when communicating (verbally and via email) and when working with other TLSC staff, clients, other Legal Aid programs, governmental and funding entities, and the public

 

Transactional Legal Assistance Staff Attorneys will be evaluated on their legal skills, their ability to serve clients in a professional, respectful manner, and their productivity levels.  Work is reviewed by the Managing Attorney, who will regularly conduct case reviews.  The Transactional Legal Assistance Staff Attorney is expected to work with the Managing Attorney to correct any legal or intake problems.

 

Minimum Job Qualifications

  • J.D. Degree
  • Licensure by the Supreme Court of Texas for two or more years
  • Recent operational experience in obtaining expunctions and non-disclosure orders for clients within the past two years. This includes drafting and filing of petitions to obtain Court orders to submit to all agencies or organizations that may have records or files relating to the subject offense, as well as appearing in court on behalf of clients for the related matter
  • Record of consistent compliance with office procedures

 

Other Requirements

This work is professional and requires the following physical activities unless a reasonable accommodation is needed:

  • Sitting for long periods of time, occasional bending, squatting, kneeling, frequent repetitive motions, and good finger dexterity and feeling
  • Occasional lifting of files, supplies, and office equipment
  • Ability to type with speed and accuracy and to utilize office software and case management systems

 

Note

Days and Hours of Work: Monday through Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 pm., 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., or 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Other hours may be needed as determined by senior management.

 

 

SCPRP Staff Attorney

The South Central Pension Rights Project Staff Attorney is expected to fulfill the mission of Texas Legal Services Center and carry out the Pension Counseling and Information Program described in the U.S. Older Americans Act (42 U.S.C. 3020e–1) by providing pension counseling and information services to participants and beneficiaries of employer sponsored pension and retirement savings plans.

 

SCPRP is easily accessible at no charge to low-income, rural and other hard-to-reach senior populations throughout the region through technologies including a toll-free phone line and an easy-to-navigate website.

 

The Staff attorney is responsible for her/his caseload and reports to the SCPRP Managing Attorney.

 

SCPRP’s service region includes 6 states: Arkansas, Louisiana, Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma & Texas.

 

Essential Job Activities

The Pension Attorney will provide a range of direct and often detailed legal advocacy and other investigative and support services up to and through administrative pension claim and appeal proceedings, short of representation in court and formal litigation, including:

  • Obtaining and evaluating governing plan documents and other information (such as employment and earnings records) necessary to calculate or claim benefits or exercise pension rights;
  • Drafting and submitting benefit claims and appeals, and negotiating benefit settlement agreements, and other related assistance services ranging from brief services such as letter writing, email and telephone communications on behalf of clients, to more extensive research and investigative services;
  • Locating "lost" plan sponsors for clients who worked long enough to earn a benefit, but have since lost touch with their former employer due to a company change in name, location, form or operational status; and
  • Answering callers' basic questions about their pension plans and the laws and regulations that govern them.

 

The Pension Attorney will provide referral services. The purpose of SCPRP's referral efforts is to build and utilize a region-wide network of private and public service providers to serve clients whose needs are beyond the scope of pension counseling and information services. These include: employee benefits litigation, preparation of Qualified Domestic Relations Orders, actuarial assessments (unrelated to case services), financial education and advice, retirement and estate planning, and low-income and aging related legal services.

 

For purposes of this Pension Attorney position, "pensions" or "pensions and retirement savings plans" include defined benefit pensions, defined contribution plans and profit sharing plans that provide retirement income and that are sponsored by government and private employers. Benefits that are not the focus of this position include: public or private health, welfare and disability benefits; and benefits provided through the Social Security Administration, Veterans Administration, or any other public benefit or entitlement program.

 

The Pension Attorney will provide equivalent services and equivalent access to those services to individuals, regardless of age or income who:

  • Reside or work in the project's service region either now or at the time the benefit was being earned; or who
  • Seek pension benefits that are sponsored, administered, trusteed or provided to workers within the service region either now or at the time the benefit was being earned.

 

The Pension Attorney will participate in ongoing legal education, which is essential for maintaining a staff knowledgeable on the intricacies of the laws governing employer sponsored pension and retirement savings plans.

 

Data will be collected and reported in a manner consistent across all U.S. Administration on Aging funded counseling projects.

 

At a minimum, the data set will include types and levels of services provided; client outcomes, pension plan and sponsor types and their contact information; legal issues involved; and client demographics (e.g., age, gender, race and income).

 

Required Experience/Education

J.D. Degree and licensed by the Supreme Court of Texas with a minimum of three years of experience as a pension attorney working with ERISA employee pension benefit plans or qualified state or local government plans.

 

Other Requirements

  • Comply with all regulations, grant requirements, and internal operating and personnel policies.
  • Ensure that all client, project, and computer files are maintained in an orderly manner.
  • Demonstrate proficiency with case management systems, Adobe and Microsoft Office products and the ability to learn new technologies to carry out job functions.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in basic pension calculations. One year of college calculus preferred.
  • CEBS or AASPA designations preferred.
  • Maintain the highest ethical standards as a member of the State Bar and stay current with updates and changes to the law. Adhere to the ABA Standards for Civil Legal Services Providers.
  • Maintain the highest level of professionalism when working with other TLSC staff, other Legal Aid programs, governmental and funding entities, and the public.
  • Embrace and support TLSC’s overall mission, standards, policies, and confidentiality requirements.
  • Ensure that all appointments and deadlines are calendared and timely executed with sufficient time dedicated for management approval of legal documents.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Executive Director, Deputy Director, and the SCPCP Managing Attorney.

 

Note

FLSA Status: Part-time, Hourly, Non-Exempt

Reports to: South Central Pension Rights Project Managing Attorney

Days and Hours of Work: Work is during normal business hours. Hours may vary to meet program needs as determined by the Managing Attorney

 

 

Veterans Staff Attorney (Part-time)

The Veteran Treatment Court Staff Attorney will provide general civil legal advice, assistance or representation to Veterans in treatment courts in Texas. The Staff Attorney is responsible for the attorney’s own caseload and reports to the VLAP Managing Attorney.

 

Minimum Qualifications

  • J.D. degree
  • Licensure by the Supreme Court of Texas for three or more years.
  • Experience in or knowledge of Veterans Treatment Courts.
  • Experience in a general civil practice, including but not limited to practice experience in one or more of the following areas of practice:
    • Family Law, Consumer law, Contracts, Probate, and Veterans Benefits.
  • Record of consistent compliance with office procedures.
  • Record of consistent professionalism and courtesy at the highest level when communicating (verbally and via email) and when working with other office staff, clients, other Legal Aid programs, governmental and funding entities, and the public.
  • Veteran Strongly Preferred

 

Essential Job Duties

  • Provide high quality legal assistance to eligible clients.
  • Promote educational programs statewide and locally.
  • Prepare for and attend hearings and trials.
  • Demonstrate knowledge and expertise of the law and legal system, especially in areas that impact veterans.
  • Comply with all regulations, grant requirements, and internal operating and personnel policies.
  • Ensure that all client, project, and computer files are maintained in an orderly manner.
  • Maintain the highest ethical standards as a member of the State Bar and stay current with updates and changes to the law.
  • Adhere to the ABA Standards for Civil Legal Services Providers.
  • Maintain the highest level of professionalism when working with TLSC staff, other legal aid programs, governmental and funding entities, and the public.
  • Embrace and support TLSC’s overall mission, standards, policies, and confidentiality requirements.
  • Ensure that all appointments and deadlines are calendared and timely executed with sufficient time dedicated for management approval of legal documents.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by senior management and the VLAP Managing Attorney.

 

Other Requirements

This work is professional and requires the following activities unless a reasonable accommodation is needed:

  • Sitting for long periods of time, occasional bending, squatting, kneeling, frequent repetitive motions, and good finger dexterity and feeling
  • Occasional lifting of files, supplies, and office equipment
  • Ability to type with speed and accuracy and to utilize office software and case management systems

 

Note

This position requires 20 hours per week of service. Days and Hours of Work: Normal business hours. Hours may vary to meet program needs as determined by the Managing Attorney.

 

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by an employee in this position.  These statements are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of employees in this position.  The position is FLSA exempt.

 

Please send a resume and cover letter to: hr@TLSC.org with the words "VLAP Hourly Staff Attorney" in the subject line. Also, include a completed job application form available at www.TLSC.org, by or before 6:00 p.m. September 29, 2017.

 

 

Veterans Treatment Court Staff Attorney

The Veteran Treatment Court Staff Attorney will provide general civil legal advice, assistance or representation to Veterans in treatment courts in Texas.  The Staff Attorney is responsible for the attorney’s own caseload and reports to the VLAP Managing Attorney.

 

Minimum Qualifications

 

  • J.D. degree
  • Licensure by the Supreme Court of Texas for three or more years
  • Experience in or knowledge of Veterans Treatment Courts
  • Experience in a general civil practice, including but not limited to practice experience in one or more of the following areas of practice:
    • Family Law, Consumer law, Contracts, Probate, and Veterans Benefits
  • Record of consistent compliance with office procedures
  • Record of consistent professionalism and courtesy at the highest level when communicating (verbally and via email) and when working with other office staff, clients, other Legal Aid programs, governmental and funding entities, and the public
  • Veteran Strongly Preferred

 

Essential Job Duties

  • Provide high quality legal assistance to eligible clients
  • Promote educational programs statewide and locally
  • Prepare for and attend hearings and trials
  • Demonstrate knowledge and expertise of the law and legal system, especially in areas that impact veterans
  • Comply with all regulations, grant requirements, and internal operating and personnel policies
  • Ensure that all client, project, and computer files are maintained in an orderly manner
  • Maintain the highest ethical standards as a member of the State Bar and stay current with updates and changes to the law
  • Adhere to the ABA Standards for Civil Legal Services Providers
  • Maintain the highest level of professionalism when working with TLSC staff, other Legal Aid programs, governmental and funding entities, and the public
  • Embrace and support TLSC’s overall mission, standards, policies, and confidentiality requirements
  • Ensure that all appointments and deadlines are calendared and timely executed with sufficient time dedicated for management approval of legal documents
  • Perform other duties as assigned by senior management and the VLAP Managing Attorney

 

Other Requirements

This work is professional and requires the following activities unless a reasonable accommodation is needed:

  • Sitting for long periods of time, occasional bending, squatting, kneeling, and good finger dexterity and feeling; frequent repetitive motions
  • Occasional lifting of files, supplies, and office equipment.
  • Ability to type with speed and accuracy and to utilize office software and case management systems.

 

Note

Days and Hours of Work: Monday through Friday: 8a.m.- 5:00p.m., 8:30a.m.- 5:30p.m., or 9a.m.- 6:00p.m.

Other hours may be needed as determined by the Managing Attorney.

 

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by an employee in this position.  These statements are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of employees in this position.  The position is FLSA exempt. This position requires a high level of organizational and project management skills.

 

Please send a resume and cover letter to: hr@TLSC.org with the words "VLAP Full-Time Staff Attorney" in the subject line. Also, include a completed job application form available at www.TLSC.org, by or before 6:00 p.m. September 29, 2017.

 

TLSC Logo. A blue and red 5 point star to the left of the words Texas Legal Services Center
TLSC Logo. A blue and red 5 point star to the left of the words Texas Legal Services Center
TLSC Logo. A blue and red 5 point star to the left of the words Texas Legal Services Center
TLSC Logo. A blue and red 5 point star to the left of the words Texas Legal Services Center
TLSC Logo. A blue and red 5 point star to the left of the words Texas Legal Services Center