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Opportunities should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have an opportunity for an insurance defense litigation attorney in our Los Angeles office who has an interest in products liability, toxic tort, and employment litigation. The ideal candidate will have strong verbal and written communication skills, in addition to good academic credentials. The candidate must be a self-starter and possess the ability to multi-task. Working with others in a team-oriented environment is essential.
Foley & Mansfield believes that diversity and inclusion among our employees, staff, applicants and candidates is critical to our success as a national firm, and we seek to recruit, develop and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool. Foley & Mansfield is an equal opportunity employer and provides an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and candidates without regard to any characteristic protected by applicable state and federal laws.
The California Department of Justice is seeking to fill numerous attorney positions throughout the State of California. Below is a PDF of the most current Deputy Attorney General series vacancies. If you are interested in applying, please complete your application on or before the deadline. You can review the job announcements for each vacancy by clicking on the hyperlink under the “LINK” column.
Recruiters are available to speak with potential candidates and answer questions.
DOJ Legal Recruitment Unit
Office of Human Resources
Office of the Attorney General
California Department of Justice
Please download the PDF for this week’s list of current Attorney series vacancies at the Employment Development Department (EDD), Department of Industrial Relations (DIR), and Agricultural Labor Relations Board (ALRB).
If you are interested in applying, please complete your application on or before the deadline. You can review the job announcements for each vacancy by clicking on “Apply Now” under the Link column.
Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law seeks an Assistant or Associate Director Academic Achievement. The Assistant/Associate Director of Academic Achievement will have the responsibility of working with the Director of Academic Achievement and the Executive Director of Academic Achievement and Bar Preparation to implement a holistic, comprehensive program of academic support and bar preparation that encompasses law students’ entire academic experience at the Law School, from Orientation through the Bar Exam. The Academic Achievement Program helps students develop the skills necessary for success in law school, on the bar exam, and ultimately into practice, and consists of teaching courses and workshops, as well as working individually with students.
Click here for the full job description and application instructions.
At ICLC, we value diversity. Our staff come from a variety of backgrounds and bring these experiences to their work with clients. We are committed to a work environment that is inclusive across all identities and experiences.
We are currently looking for the following:
Supervising Attorney, PEHP
Directing Attorney, Benefits Advocacy Team
Staff/Senior Staff Attorney
Legal Technology Coordinator (We are searching for a coordinator with case management software, specifically LegalServer)
The California Supreme Court, located in San Francisco, is accepting applications for the position of Supreme Court Attorney, Civil Central Staff (Level A through D). The Civil Central Staff is composed of 16 attorneys and serves the court in preparing conference memoranda analyzing petitions for review, writ petitions, proposed amendments to the Rules of Court, and other civil and State Bar of California matters filed in the Supreme Court. The Court seeks an experienced attorney to join the staff. The position will be staffed at a level commensurate with the qualifications of the selected individual.
More info: https://www.courts.ca.gov/careers.htm and search "5444"
Location (City and State): San Francisco, California
Closing Date: 11/30/2021
Public Law Center is expanding their work force and has these 5 job opportunities currently open.
The California Supreme Court Committee on Judicial Ethics Opinions is accepting applications for a full-time Legal Advisor to the Committee on Judicial Ethics Opinions. The position is being recruited at Levels I through IV and will be staffed at a level commensurate with the qualifications of the selected individual. This benefitted position is a limited term assignment from the date of hire through June 30, 2022, with the possibility of reassignment for an additional one-year term, if budget permits.
More info: https://www.courts.ca.gov/careers.htm and search "5420"
The Public Law Center (PLC) has an ongoing case list for individuals in need of pro bono representation. The PLC staff can answer any questions you may have related to your case to support you in your pro bono representation; locate a mentor to help you; supply you with samples and manuals (some case types excluded); provide translation support in Spanish and Vietnamese; and arrange for office space for you to meet with your client at PLC. Visit the PLC website Volunteer page.
The Institute’s Federal Policy Director will conduct policy-related work and research in the field of sexual orientation and gender identity law and public policy. The Federal Policy Director will be an experienced attorney or legal scholar with substantial public policy experience, legislative lawyering, and/or litigation experience. The director will provide legal research and analysis related to litigation, legislation, and policy developments concerning issues of sexual orientation and gender identity, with a focus on federal policy. The Williams Institute does not engage in litigation but files amicus briefs in key court cases.
We are looking for a lawyer with at least five years of relevant work experience who has a deep knowledge of law and policy related to sexual orientation and gender identity and a commitment to LGBTQ issues. The successful candidate must have stellar analytical and oral and written communications skills and be able to work autonomously and take initiative in undertaking projects to respond to fast-breaking legal and policy developments. An understanding of social science research is a plus. The position can be based in Los Angeles or DC.
Applications are due by November 11, 2021. More information and application instructions are available on our website.
The Orange County Asian American Bar Association ("OCAABA") is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization.