Community Legal Services is one of the nation’s most flourishing civil legal services programs, concentrating on individual representation and systemic and law reform support. CLS attorneys are generally recognized experts in their areas of specialty. Our attorneys are regularly quoted in and contribute to local and national media such as the Philadelphia Inquirer, the New York Times, National Public Radio, and major network and cable newscasts. Additionally, CLS attorneys have testified before the U.S. Congress and are regularly consulted on legislation at the local, state and federal level. As an extensive urban program in the nation’s 5th largest city, CLS offers substantial staff opportunities to accept the exciting challenge of delivering high-quality legal services to a diverse client population. Our advocacy includes direct representation as well as policy advocacy, community education, and impact litigation. CLS provides excellent training and professional growth for all staff because of the richness of the advocacy that is provided to our clients. Annually CLS serves more than 9.100 eligible clients, assisting with diverse and overlapping civil legal problems. Our mission is to help low-income Philadelphia 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. CLS staff catalyze change for our clients in low-income communities throughout Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and often nationally. A career with CLS is an exciting, enriching and challenging experience where you will ensure low-income individuals and families obtain equal access to justice and make systemic change.