Children's Program Pro Bono Coordinating Attorney, Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network


The Pro Bono Coordinating Attorney plays a critical role connecting children
and families who need representation with pro bono attorneys, as well as developing
relationships with pro bono partners and providing training and mentoring for volunteer



  • Developing and maintaining relationships with law firms, corporate legal departments, and legal organizations throughout the state, region, and country. Actively recruiting attorneys to serve through outreach.
  •  Coordinating and delivering trainings for attorneys, responding promptly to attorney questions, and providing advice and support as needed.
  • Reviewing and preparing new cases for pro bono placement, identifying available attorneys, referring clients to pro bono attorneys, and regular follow-up to ensure the placement is successful.
  • Regularly connecting with pro bono attorneys to thank them for their contributions, and assisting with occasional volunteer appreciation events.


  • An attorney with immigration law experience, ideally with unaccompanied children, Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, asylum and/or removal defense who is looking to take a step back from direct representation, An attorney with family law or juvenile law experience, who might be looking for a meaningful way to use their skills and expertise or A law firm pro bono coordinator who is looking to shift to the nonprofit sector.
  • Admission to any state bar, preferably Colorado
  • Demonstrated cultural competency
  • Spanish speaking skills preferred but not required
  • Proof of vaccination against COVID-19 required, or a request for reasonable
    accommodation prior to commencing employment with RMIAN.

How to Apply:

Send a tailored, authentic cover letter that explains why this particular role at RMIAN is a fit for you – along with your resume to