The Office of the Attorney General is seeking to fill 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 on the PDF. Download
The Judicial Council of California’s Legal Services office is currently seeking an attorney to join its dynamic law office that provides legal support to judicial branch clients on challenging, varied, and significant legal issues. This attorney will support the two main functions of the office, house counsel and rules and projects, by providing primary support to the Rules and Project Unit. The Rules and Project Unit attorney supports the Judicial Council in increasing access to justice through work on rules of court, jury instructions, judicial administration standards, Judicial Council forms, and Judicial Council-sponsored legislation. The attorney will also work with the Legal Opinion Unit conducting legal research and providing legal advice on court and judicial branch administration and governance.
The Orange County Office of Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP is seeking an associate with 2 – 4 years of litigation experience for the Product Liability Litigation practice group. Candidates with previous clerk experience in California State Courts is strongly preferred, and California state court litigation experience is necessary. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply online at https://www.shb.com/careers/legal-recruiting/. Please, no third party submissions. Shook, Hardy & Bacon is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Deputy City Attorney II or III— General Public Safety, Rent, & Code Enforcement
The City Attorney’s Office seeks a well-qualified individual with knowledge and expertise in municipal law to work in practice areas including code enforcement, public nuisance, administrative hearings, rent regulation, and other practice areas that may include, but not be limited to, affirmative litigation, constitutional issues (due process, equal protection, privileges & immunities) and providing advice on a wide range of issues.
Deputy City Attorney II or III—Labor & Employment
The Oakland City Attorney’s Office seeks a well-qualified individual with expertise in labor and employment law to work on a wide range of personnel matters across a variety of City’s departments, including an ongoing opportunity to work on matters directly impacting police accountability and public-safety reform.
Deputy City Attorney II or III—General & Complex Litigation
The Office of the City Attorney seeks a well-qualified individual for a Deputy City Attorney II or Deputy City Attorney III position in the General and Complex Litigation Division of the Office of the City Attorney. Significant litigation experience including writ and appellate experience is desirable for the position of Deputy City Attorney II or Deputy City Attorney III with placement depending on experience.
The Oakland City Attorney’s Office is accepting applications for third-year law students and lawyers completing judicial clerkships or other fellowships who are able to secure funding (e.g., through their law school or a foundation) to work with its Community Lawyering and Civil Rights Unit and/or its Neighborhood Law Corps (“NLC”) starting in 2021. The City cannot provide independent funding to fellows, but will host and rely on fellows as full members of the team.
The Neighborhood Law Corps (NLC) is a unique, innovative, and award-winning community law program that focuses on proactive, neighborhood-based, and community-directed lawyering. NLC attorneys focus on combating blight, human trafficking, public safety, tenant protection, and other important community concerns and quality of life issues by performing litigation, policy work, and other actions. This is a 2-year at-will position, California Bar required.
FedEx is seeking to fill an E-Discovery Counsel position in Memphis, TN. The attorney hired to fill this role will provide e-discovery and legal technology support to multiple litigation teams and e-discovery program managers in both Memphis and California. This position is responsible for maintaining, enhancing, and providing strategic guidance to the corporation regarding e-discovery tools, protocols, and best practices. Extensive Legal technology, Relativity and litigation experience is required. The position is currently posted as a "Sr. Attorney" position on the FedEx careers website https://careers.fedex.com/express/jobs/POSTING-3-284520?lang=en-US.
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.
Case List as of October 8, 2020
The Orange County Asian American Bar Association ("OCAABA") is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization.