The Law Offices of Joshua L. Goldstein, P.C. is seeking qualified applicants the following positions:
Immigration Paralegal – Boston, Massachusetts
We are seeking a full-time paralegal. Our paralegals engage in significant client contact and gain a great deal of insight into immigration law.
Our ideal candidate is highly-organized and detail-oriented, with excellent people skills and strong writing abilities. Our paralegals work closely with our clients to fill out forms, draft affidavits explaining their immigration cases, and gather documents in support of their cases. In addition to these tasks, our paralegals have administrative responsibilities such as making copies, answering the phone, scheduling appointments, billing clients, and delivering documents to court.
Legal experience and knowledge of immigration law aren’t required–we will train you. Spanish or Portuguese fluency is a must. Ideally, we would prefer someone with experience working in an office environment. Computer skills are essential, as our Mac-based office uses various online applications and software for legal research and administrative purposes. To demonstrate your superb attention to detail, please write your favorite type of candy in your cover letter.
Applicants should have a demonstrated interest in international relations, human rights, and immigration issues. Recent liberal arts graduates are encouraged to apply. A minimum 2-year commitment is expected. This position would be ideal for someone seeking meaningful legal experience before applying to law school or graduate school, and all of our paralegals have done just that. We are looking for someone available to start as soon as possible. We are accepting applications on a rolling basis.
The hours are 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. We offer a competitive hourly salary and benefits such as health insurance and vacation time. To apply, please send us a cover letter, along with your resume and a writing sample, using the application form below.
Contract Attorney – Boston, Massachusetts
The Law Offices of Joshua L. Goldstein, P.C., a leading immigration law firm with offices in Boston and Los Angeles, is seeking a contract attorney in its downtown Boston office, with the possibility of becoming a full-time associate attorney.
Our ideal candidate is highly-organized and detail-oriented, with excellent people skills and the ability to multitask. The candidate must also have strong writing abilities, be a self-starter, and take initiative on assigned projects. Candidates must have a current bar membership in good standing for any state in the United States or the District of Columbia. We will give strong preference to candidates with Spanish language skills. Also, we prefer to hire a candidate who has a demonstrated commitment to immigration law and related social justice issues.
Our attorneys are responsible for representation of clients before the USCIS, ICE, CBP, Immigration Courts, Board of Immigration Appeals, federal district courts, federal circuit courts of appeals, and Department of State.
Applications will be considered as they are received. For this position, please submit a cover letter explaining your qualifications for the position, a resume, a writing sample that demonstrates your knowledge of immigration law, and the names and contact information for three references to firstname.lastname@example.org. And to show us your attention to detail, please list your favorite ice cream flavor in the subject line of your email. Do not contact us through any means other than the email listed above, or through the contact form below.
Equal Employment Opportunity
We are happy to receive application from any interested and qualified candidates. Our firm provides equal employment opportunities for all and doesn’t discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnic or national origin, creed or religion, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, age, veteran status, or physical or mental disability.
Please note that if you contact us through means other than the application form, without a compelling reason for doing so, you will be disqualified from consideration.