LPDB District & Contract Programs

Investigator, The Capital Appeals Project (CAP)
CAP is seeking a full-time investigator/mitigation investigator to work primarily on capital cases.

For full information and how to apply, click HERE.

District Defender Selection, District 16 (St. Martin, St. Mary and Iberia Parishes)
Please click here for the full job posting.

Capital Trial Attorney - Baton Rouge Capital Conflict Office (BRCCO)

The Baton Rouge Capital Conflict Office (BRCCO), a non-profit law firm providing trial representation to indigent defendants facing the death penalty, is seeking a trial attorney.

Please click HERE for the full job announcement.


19th PDO

The Office of the Public Defender Baton Rouge is requesting a statement of
qualifications from law firms or individual lawyers interested in providing conflict case
public defender services on a contractual basis. The Contract Conflict Public Defender (CCPD) will provide client-centered legal representation for indigent criminal defendants charged in the 19th Judicial District Court with a felony offense who qualify for appointed counsel and cannot otherwise be represented by the Office of the Public Defender. OPDBR anticipates entering into a one or two year contract with up to 8 lawyers who are available to serve on a roster for conflict public defender services upon completion of the request for qualifications process.

For full information, please see document posted HERE.

Investigator, 22nd PDO
The 22nd Judicial District Public Defender office is accepting applications for an Investigator. Qualifications include the following:

Knowledge of the criminal justice system including court proceedings as well as experience using investigative techniques and procedures. The candidate must have a valid operator's license and transportation. Additional qualifications include experience using Microsoft Office products and internet research tools. The qualified candidate will have the ability to develop and maintain skills in time management and organization as well as work independently and dependently in a team driven environment. To qualify for the position the incumbent must have some related experience as an Investigator, along with the above mentioned qualifications. The ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing is also required. The desired candidate will have a related degree and or prior experience in Investigation or law enforcement. Salary commensurate with experience. Fluency in Spanish a plus.

To apply and for more information please contact the 22nd PDO, contact information below:

John W. Lindner II
District Defender
Northshore Defenders
402 N. Jefferson Avenue
Covington, LA 70433
985-892-5002 (Office)
985-590-5050 (Direct)

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May9-11, 2018
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