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  • 27 May 2021 11:55 AM | Anonymous

    Nussbaum Speir Gleason (NSG) is a law firm that counsels and advocates for religious institutions, nonprofit organizations, and businesses in Colorado and around the country. Our practice focuses on First Amendment advocacy, corporate advice and representation, and commercial litigation. Our mission is to serve our clients with excellence through skillful representation, diligent communications, and creative problem-solving. We seek to recruit and retain lawyers, paralegals, and other professionals of extraordinary character, talent, achievement, effort, and enthusiasm to help us achieve this mission.

    NSG is seeking a full-time Legal Secretary for on-site (non-remote) work in our office in downtown Colorado Springs. The Legal Secretary will assist attorneys by providing clerical and administrative support services including client and visitor contact, document organization, engagement with and support of attorneys and staff in day-to-day administrative tasks, and occasional research, investigations, and fact checking. The ideal candidate will have several years of experience as a legal secretary or assistant; will exhibit a tireless focus on and dedication to superior client service; will be comfortable working with a variety of institutional clients, including religious organizations; will be proficient in the preparation and organization of documents in support of a thriving legal practice; and will diligently attend to day-to-day office and administrative responsibilities.

    Estimated salary is $35,000 to $55,000 depending on experience. Benefits include paid-time off, retirement plan, and health expense reimbursement.

    Interested applicants should email a resume and cover letter to NSG’s managing partner, Ian Speir, at

  • 20 May 2021 3:10 PM | Anonymous

    The Family Immigration Services program at Catholic Charities of Central Colorado provides affordable immigration legal services to low-income individuals and families.  We are seeking a volunteer attorney to work with the Director of Family Immigration Services on asylum, special juvenile immigrant, and humanitarian crime victim cases and on removal defense. Experienced attorneys who are seeking new opportunities in this meaningful and challenging area of law are welcome to apply. Spanish proficiency is preferred but not required. Our program is recognized by the Department of Justice, and includes one attorney (the director), three DOJ-accredited immigration counselors, and an administrative assistant. We represent clients from all over the world with a wide variety of immigration matters, including affirmative applications for asylum, temporary protected status, special immigrant juvenile status, DACA, family petitions, permanent residency, citizenship, visas for crime victims (such as U Visas, T Visas, and protection under the Violence Against Women Act). We also defend clients in removal proceedings and on appeal to the Board of Immigration Appeals. The position duties and hours are flexible depending upon the candidate. Every effort will be made to find assignments that match the volunteer’s talents and interests. The position may include the opportunity to pursue predicate orders in family court for abandoned, neglected, or abused children eligible for special immigrant juvenile status, applications for adjustment of status, assistance with asylum case development, and other legal matters. The volunteer may also work on community outreach and policy issues. Immigration law is a constantly changing field, and other opportunities may arise during the volunteer’s service.

    Contact  Doug Rouse, Director of Community & Parish Engagement for more information:

  • 15 Jul 2020 3:23 PM | Anonymous

    The Justice Center is seeking sample motions and other frequently used documents to create a document bank for their volunteer attorneys to access when taking a case.

    If you have motions or other documents you would like to share with pro bono attorneys, many whom are new lawyers being supervised to take cases, we would be most grateful!

    Motion and Related Docs for:

    • Family Law
      • DV (TPO/PPOs)
      • Post-Decree
      • Contested divorces 
      • Contempt 
      • Modifications
      • Parenting plans
      • Adoptions
      • Etc. 
    • Landlord-Tenant (tenant side)
      • FED Answer
      • Evictions including mobile home 
      • Warranty of habitability demand letter
      • Reasonable accommodations
      • Sample 7 Day Deposit Letter 
    • Garnishments
    • Any other documents or letters you have used in your practice or on pro bono cases that you think might be helpful for our volunteer attorneys. 

    Please email your documents or direct questions to The Justice Center Executive Director Britt Kwan: or call 719-473-6212.

  • 4 Sep 2019 10:03 AM | Anonymous

    Need legal staff?

    Place your job ad for free with the Pikes Peak Paralegals Online Job Bank

    Accessible only to our highly qualified members.

    Pikes Peak Paralegals has experienced, qualified members in all areas of the law.

    Please send your ad by e-mail to Jessica Virkler or call 719-633-6620.

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