Interested in joining our team? All available positions and clerkships will be listed below.

The San Antonio Legal Services Association is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or AIDS-related illness.

Current Open Staff Opportunities:

Legal Fellow (Housing & Homelessness)

Legal Fellow (Housing & Homelessness)

Full-Time Salaried 
San Antonio, Texas (Partially Remote)

Mission: San Antonio Legal Services Association (SALSA) is a corps of legal volunteers coordinated by professional staff to provide free civil legal services to those with limited means and those who are vulnerable or at-risk.  

Program Areas: SALSA currently operates three priority program areas (Housing & Homelessness, Estates & Disability and Veterans Legal Services). We also take on special projects that involve critical community needs outside of our primary program areas. Our current special projects include the Don’t Bully Me Project (Cyberbullying) and Legal Assistance for Families in Uvalde, Texas. 

Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Plan and execute tenants’ rights legal clinics; 
  • Interact with low-income client population in a sensitive and professional manner;  
  • Recruit, train, and effectively manage legal volunteers from the private bar; 
  • Manage a docket of extended representation cases; 
  • Train and manage law-student volunteers and law clerks; 
  • Coordinate with partner organizations also working in this space, to include Texas RioGrande Legal Aid, St. Mary’s University School of Law Clinical Program and the City of San Antonio Neighborhood & Housing Services Department; 
  • Work closely with program Staff Attorney and Pro Bono Coordinator on needs related to eviction proceedings and coverage of dockets at Justice of the Peace Court, as needed; 
  • Travel within Bexar County to wherever the job requires for clinics, trainings, and other organizational programming; 
  • Occasional travel outside of Bexar County may be required for training or related activities. 


  • Applicant must have a J.D. and be licensed to practice law in the State of Texas.  
  • Applicant must have high-competency with technology, including Microsoft Office, Online-meeting platforms, and ability to quickly learn other platforms used by the organization. 
  • Applicant must have their own vehicle available for daily use and maintain their own insurance. 
  • High Spanish proficiency is preferred, but not required. 
  • Experience working on a pro bono cases with a legal services organization as a student or practicing attorney, or clinical experience in law school is preferred, but not required. 
  • Subject matter expertise related to housing, evictions, or tenants rights is preferred, but not required. 

Start Date: Negotiable, depending on candidate, but as soon as possible. 1-year term position will end on    March 30, 2024. 

Compensation and Benefits: Starting salary between $65,000.00 – $71,500.00, depending on experience. Benefits include generous paid leave, company-paid medical, company-funded IRA, as well as access to dental and vision.  

How to Apply: Email cover letter, resume and list of three references to  

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