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We welcome opportunities to partner with individuals and organizations interested in disability rights.


Employment Opportunities

Part-time Contract Work

The RAP Sheet publishing team is seeking the following two positions to assist with the development of the RAP Sheet:

  1. Graphic Designer
  2. An Editor

Note: The responsibilities of Graphic Designer and Editor can be combined for someone
with both skill sets.

Download Application Information

Full-Time Staff Attorney

We are seeking an experienced, enthusiastic, self-motivated attorney to join DRC-NH in protecting and promoting the civil rights of people with disabilities. Attorneys with more than four years civil and/or criminal litigation experience are encouraged to apply.

Download Application


Other Opportunities

Legal Internships

We host law students throughout the year who are looking to gain experience in disability rights.

Legal interns are tasked with assignments related to legal writing and research on current matters.  They have the opportunity to work with a number of different attorneys and on a range of legal issues over the course of their internship.  Interns also participate in intake meetings where potential matters are assessed for representation and brief services are provided.  Interns also participate in facility monitoring and investigations.

Contact: jamesz@drcnh.org

Pro Bono Support

DRC-NH is always looking for opportunities to partner with law firms to advocate for the rights of people with disabilities in individual or class action litigation, investigations of suspected incidents of neglect or abuse, and policy development.

Contact: pamelap@drcnh.org

PAIMI Advisory Council

Are you interested in becoming more involved with our work around mental health?  Consider becoming a member of the PAIMI Advisory Council.

Contact: stephaniep@drcnh.org 


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If You Need Help

Contact us if your rights have been violated or if you would like to schedule an education or information session about your rights.

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