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The California Department of Justice is seeking to fill numerous attorney positions throughout the State of California. Below is a list 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 hyperlinks under the “LINK” column.
*Please note our AG Honors Program opportunities are now seeking applicants and are included in the table below. *
No. of positions
DEPUTY ATTORNEY GENERAL III
DAG & DAG IV
Tort & Condemnation
Our recruiters are also 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
Correctional Law - Class Action Team
Healthcare Rights and Access
DAG, DAG IV, & DAG V
DEPUTY ATTORNEY GENERAL
Civil Rights Enforcement
DAG IV & DAG V
Worker Rights and Fair Labor
Employment and Administrative Mandate
Health Quality Enforcement
Natural Resources Law
Facility Enforcement Team
Health, Education & Welfare
Attorney General's Honors Program
Graduate Legal Assistant
Please see below for this week’s list of current Attorney series vacancies at the 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.
Min. legal practice experience required
Department of Industrial Relations
Labor Commissioner's Office
San Diego County
San Francisco County
Office of the Director, Legal Unit
Los Angeles County
Agricultural Labor Relations Board
The University of Southern California (USC) Gould School of Law is seeking applicants for the position of Clinical Professor, Clinical Associate Professor, or Clinical Assistant Professor, with responsibility for the Housing Clinic. This is a full-time, clinical position in the Law School’s Research Teaching, Practice, and Teaching (RTPC) track, to begin no later than Summer 2022.
Prior teaching experience and facility in Spanish, Korean, Vietnamese, Chinese, or Tagalog are desirable. more info
Applications will be considered on a rolling basis but should be submitted electronically no later than 5:00 PM Pacific time on September 16, 2021 to October 16, 2021.
The primary responsibility for this position is to advise campuses and the Office of the President on a broad range of issues related to disability and accessibility (with the exception of issues related to disability in the employment context, which are handled by other lawyers). This position will advise on issues related to programmatic access and accommodations for students (dining, recreation, housing, academic, etc.), online and electronic accessibility, physical accessibility, communications access (including ASL and captioning services), transportation access, and emergency planning. The role will include working with clients across all of UC’s locations to advise both on specific matters/questions as well as broader policy-based concerns in the areas above, with a focus not only on complying with applicable laws and regulations but also promoting and enhancing a culture of accessibility. The role will also include coordinating the response to disability-related investigations by regulators such as the Department of Justice and the Department of Education Office for Civil Rights. more info
The first review date for this job is September 24, 2021. The position will be open until filled.
New employment opportunities at Public Law Center
Staff Attorney – Housing Unit
Senior Staff Attorney – Housing Unit
Senior Staff Attorney - Consumer Unit
Paralegal – Consumer and COLAP Units
This is a unique opportunity for an Employment Litigation Associate to join the firm’s expanding Labor and Employment practice and assume a major role in litigation representing private and public entity employers. The ideal candidate will have 4+ years of substantive experience in employment litigation with a desire for trial or arbitration experience including: discrimination, harassment and retaliation claims; FLSA and wage and hour claims, including wage and hour class and collective action lawsuits; legal research; drafting motions, pleadings and legal memoranda; taking and defending depositions; managing discovery-related activities; drafting EEOC position statements, DFEH responses, and conducting witness interviews and depositions, is also desirable. more info
The Orange County Superior Court is now accepting applications for Superior Court Commissioner.
Superior Court Commissioners perform subordinate judicial duties as authorized by law, including conducting hearings, making findings, and issuing orders in Civil, Criminal, Family, Child Support, Juvenile, Small Claims, and Traffic matters. Upon agreement of the parties, Superior Court Commissioners may serve as Temporary Judges. Superior Court Commissioners may be assigned to any Orange County Superior Court location. more info
Deadline to apply is Friday, October 1, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. PT.
The University of California Office of General Counsel (OGC), Health Affairs & Technology Law (HATL) Group, offers a one-year full-time fellowship to a recent graduate of an accredited law school who is interested in exploring a career in the areas of health affairs, research or technology law. In particular, we welcome law school graduates who have a strong academic record, excellent verbal and written communication skills, demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusion, and the ability to think creatively. We also prefer that the Fellow has shown interest and/or prior experience in the areas of health affairs, research or technology law such as through coursework or prior work experience. more info
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