AILA New England Classifieds

Local Advertising Instructions

Any AILA member or non-member may post a classified ad for a job opening, position wanted, office space for rent by a Chapter member or moving notice/new contact info on the AILA New England chapter website and via a one-time e-mail to the AILA New England listserve, which will be delivered to all the members of the AILA New England Chapter with email addresses registered with AILA National. The cost is $100.00 for the one-time e-mail and one-month online posting and $200.00 for the one-time e-mail and three-months posting online.

In order to post your ad you must prepay the appropriate amount by check, payable to AILA N.E. Chapter. Mail your check to the Chapter’s Treasurer as follows:

Adrienne J. Vaughan

Law Office of Adrienne J. Vaughan LLC

1895 Centre Street, Suite 202

West Roxbury, MA 02132

2-3 days after mailing your payment, send an e-mail to Adrienne J. Vaughan at with the content for the ad – exactly as you want it to appear in the e-mail and/or posted on the website. You must be specific and concise in your e-mail as to where you want responses sent and what you want the ad to say. AILA NE Chapter will not edit or review the ad so please proofread your material. The ad will be posted upon receipt of your payment.

Pabian Law seeks Associate Attorney 

Sick of commuting into Boston?  Come join a corporate immigration law firm that is national in scope, but conveniently just off the Mass Pike in Framingham. 

Pabian Law’s corporate immigration law practice continues to expand and we are seeking an Associate Attorney to join our team!

The ideal candidate must have 2-5 years of corporate immigration law experience, including PERM experience, and be admitted to practice law.  Excellent verbal and written communication skills and attention to detail are required to ensure Pabian Law’s standard of providing dedicated service through a responsive, friendly and clear model are upheld.  Please email a cover letter, resume, and writing sample to  We look forward to hearing from you!


Barker, Epstein & Loscocco seeks full-time associate immigration attorney

The attorney will be responsible for the following:

•    handling their own caseload and assisting other attorneys with theirs;

•    representing clients before USCIS, EOIR, ERO, AAO, Probate and Family Courts and First Circuit;

•    developing applications, affidavits, arguments and evidence;

•    conducting legal research and drafting briefs and motions; Ideal candidate would have at least 2-4 years of solid immigration experience in a busy work environment, strong writing/communications skills, ability to multi-task and work independently with attention to detail. 

Fluency in Spanish, Portuguese or Haitian Creole strongly preferred for this position. Salary commensurate with experience, full benefits after three month probationary period.

To apply, please submit cover letter, resume and writing sample to

Northeast Justice Center seeks Legal Aid Staff Attorney –  Immigration Unit

(posted 9/9/19)

Northeast Justice Center, a subsidiary of Northeast Legal Aid, seeks a staff attorney for its Immigration Unit. Bilingual (Spanish-English) strongly preferred.  NJC provides free civil legal services to low-income and elderly individuals in Northern Middlesex and Essex counties with offices in Lynn, Lawrence and Lowell.  NJC provides services in the following practice areas: elder, immigration, housing, consumer protection, and public benefits.  Please send a resume and two references to  Equal Opportunity Employer.


ILAP Seeks Legal Program Assistant

(posted 8/22/19)

Based in Portland, Maine, the Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project (ILAP) is Maine’s only statewide immigration legal aid organization. ILAP’s mission is to help low-income immigrants improve their legal status and to work for more just and humane laws and policies affecting immigrants. ILAP’s work includes direct legal services for over 3,000 clients each year; education and outreach to immigrant communities and service providers; and systemic advocacy on local, state, and federal immigration law issues.

ILAP seeks a full-time Legal Program Assistant who is responsible for meeting and greeting clients and connecting them with the appropriate staff or program at ILAP; and providing administrative support for the smooth operation of ILAP’s direct legal services program.

 General receptionist duties, including: answering phones; greeting clients; managing the flow of clients visiting ILAP in a busy office environment; explaining ILAP’s intake process to first time callers and walk-in clients; and scheduling clients for intake appointments.

 Provide administrative support to legal staff, including data entry into the case management program; filing and photocopying; calling clients to confirm appointments; assisting with the creation and distribution of pro se client materials; and other office and administrative assistance as needed.
 Support ILAP’s volunteer program, including managing volunteer inquiries; helping recruit and interview potential legal, clerical, and development volunteers; and supervising administrative volunteers.
 Perform such other tasks and assume such other responsibilities deemed appropriate by the Legal Director.

 Bachelor’s Degree, equivalent, or relevant experience.
 Excellent computer skills (Microsoft Office, database experience).
 High attention to detail; excellent organizational skills, ability to multi-task.
 Ability to work in a busy office where interruptions are frequent.
 Excellent people skills and ability to work with clients from various cultures and with varying levels of English proficiency.
 Prior experience working with or managing volunteers is helpful

 Fluency in English and proficiency in French required. Spanish, Portuguese and Arabic language skills are also very desirable.

Salary is $32,000 with a competitive benefits package.

Send cover letter and resume by e-mail to Phil Mantis, Legal Director,
at Review of applications will begin on August 30 and will continue until the position is filled.