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Attorney Advisor | AEquitas
An AEquitas Attorney Advisor serves as an expert technical assistance provider to prosecutors and allied justice professionals through the provision of training, direct assistance, research, resources, multidisciplinary collaboration, as well as the writing of articles. An Attorney Advisor researches the latest case law and legislation on issues related to the prosecution of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, human trafficking, and related crimes. Learn More

Domestic Violence High Risk Team Model Technical Assistance Project Leader | Other
The TA Project Leader will have a leadership role in the day to day operations of this program. The Project Leader will oversee contract administration; coordinating and responding to requests for technical assistance; creating internal systems necessary to document and support the “Project”; develop curriculum, tools and guidebooks for the project. The Project Leader is also responsible for conceptualizing the scaling up of the DVHRT model as well as creating evaluation measures which includes data collection systems and analysis. As the program grows, the Project Leader may supervise other program staff. Learn More

Domestic Violence Homicide Prevention Initiative Project Leader | Other
The DVHPI Project Leader for the Domestic Violence High Risk Team Network (DVHRT) will have a leadership role in the day to day operations of this program. The Project Leader will oversee contract administration; coordinating and responding to requests for technical assistance; creating internal systems necessary to document and support the “Project”; developing curriculum, tools and guidebooks for the project. The Project Leader is also responsible for conceptualizing the scaling up of the DVHRT model as well as creating evaluation measures which includes data collection systems and analysis. As the program grows, the Project Leader may supervise other program staff. Learn More

Faculty Facilitator (Adjunct) | AEquitas
AEquitas training events focus on a multidisciplinary approach. Such an approach requires facilitation by experienced and knowledgeable professionals from various fields, including but not limited to prosecutors, victim advocates, law enforcement officers, judges, crime scene investigators, forensic nurse examiners, medical examiners, toxicologists, sex offender treatment providers, batterer intervention program facilitators, community-based service providers, faith-based service providers, medical and mental health practitioners, and probation and parole officers. Learn More

Legal Intern | AEquitas
1L, 2L, and 3L students interested in a career of criminal prosecution and working with issues concerning sexual violence, intimate partner violence, stalking, and human trafficking are encouraged to apply. Learn More


 
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