Open Positions

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Everyone who works for Texas Advocacy Project is committed to stopping power-based abuse in Texas, and helping each person we serve live free from abuse.



Current Open Positions

Recruiting Attorneys for Pro Bono Project

Texas Advocacy Project (TAP) seeks Corporate Counsel and other attorneys to provide pro bono services to survivor clients in need of assistance applying for the Office of Attorney General’s Crime Victim Compensation (CVC) Fund.See full listing

VP of Development and Communications

The VP of Development and Communications is responsible for planning, implementing, and evaluating the agency’s annual and long-term fundraising plans by increasing contributions from individuals, corporations, and foundations. In tandem creates and executes comprehensive communications strategies to garner support, engagement, and awareness of TAP’s mission to stakeholders and the general public.  See full listing

Social Worker

This position will provide direct services to survivors and their family that are being served by Texas Advocacy Project. The social worker will assist survivors in safety planning and accessing resources in coordination with the legal solutions they are also being provided. Additionally, this position will assist survivors in adjusting to the psychosocial factors that accompany the legal process.See full listing

Equal Justice Works Fellowship

Texas Advocacy Project is seeking to host a law student or recent graduate for a 2-year Equal Justice Works Fellowship beginning September 2021. This is an opportunity to increase access to justice for victims of abuse through one of our proposed projects or an idea of your own choosing AND work at a boutique non-profit legal services provider.See full listing


The Paralegal is responsible for assisting the staff attorneys on all assisted pro se or direct representation cases. The primary responsibilities consist of drafting pleadings, file maintenance, and client correspondence. See full listing

Staff Attorney

The Project is seeking a full-time staff attorney who will provide a range of legal services to the Project’s clients, including providing legal advice and counsel, drafting legal pleadings for use by pro se clients, directly representing clients, participating in statewide advocacy efforts, and performing a range of other civil legal services as required. This position may be able to be done remotely from Austin, Houston, or elsewhere in Texas.See full listing