An AEquitas Attorney Advisor serves as an expert technical assistance provider to prosecutors and allied justice professionals through the provision of training, direct assistance, research, resources, multidisciplinary collaboration, as well as the writing of articles. An Attorney Advisor researches the latest case law and legislation on issues related to the prosecution of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, human trafficking, and related crimes. An Attorney Advisor also identifies innovative programs, procedures, and strategies; provides technical assistance and case consultation to prosecutors and allied criminal justice professionals; develops materials and provides training for local, state, national, and international audiences; and synthesizes research to write articles and contribute to resources, training materials, and other legal publications. Attorney Advisors are “on call” for technical assistance 24 hours a day for one week on a rotating basis and are expected to travel both nationally and internationally as needed. All Attorney Advisors report directly to the AEquitas Director. View full job description.