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Meyers Nave is looking for an energetic, committed, and diligent attorney with five or more years of litigation experience to work in a collaborative team environment in our Trial & Litigation Practice Group. This position is open in our Los Angeles office.
Qualified candidates must have excellent academic credentials,
outstanding analytical and creative thinking capabilities, superior research and writing skills, and a strong work ethic. In addition, a successful candidate will have a proven ability to work in a team and across offices, as
well as an interest in elevating the Meyers Nave brand and reputation. It is essential that candidates possess significant experience with complex case management and electronic discovery, as well as law and motion practice in state and federal court, including dispositive motions. Candidates should also have experience in building a case for trial, including developing evidence, interviewing witnesses, and taking and defending depositions.
Interested candidates should visit our Career page at https://www.meyersnave.com/about/careers/ and follow the link to apply. Please submit a cover letter, resume, transcript, and two substantive writing samples
ICLC seeks to hire a Staff Attorney to help clients who are homeless or precariously housed to connect with SSI, SSD, and CAPI benefits. The attorney will join an exciting county-wide project that is developing best practices in benefits representation. They will both represent clients in administrative hearings and provide technical assistance to our partners at the LA County Department of Health Services and elsewhere.
Supreme Court Chambers Attorney responsibilities include assisting the Justice in drafting bench memoranda and opinions in cases assigned to the Justice, reviewing memoranda and proposed opinions in cases assigned to other justices of the Supreme Court, and advising the Justice on a variety of legal issues. These responsibilities require a Supreme Court Chambers Attorney to carefully and accurately review appellate briefs, trial records, and other documents; thoroughly research and analyze existing law; draft clear, well-written memoranda and proposed opinions; and make recommendations to the Justice on the resolution of legal issues presented in cases before the court. A Supreme Court Chambers Attorney may also assist the Justice concerning issues related to the administration of justice in California’s judicial system.
Supreme Court Chambers Law Clerk responsibilities include assisting the Justice in drafting bench memoranda and opinions in cases assigned to the Justice, reviewing memoranda and proposed opinions in cases assigned to other justices of the Supreme Court, and advising the Justice on a variety of legal issues. These responsibilities require a Supreme Court Chambers Law Clerk to carefully and accurately review appellate briefs, trial records, and other documents; thoroughly research and analyze existing law; draft clear, well-written memoranda and proposed opinions; and make recommendations to the Justice on the resolution of legal issues presented in cases before the court. A Supreme Court Chambers Law Clerk may also assist the Justice concerning issues related to the administration of justice in California’s judicial system.
Link to job announcement: Job opening #5781 at https://www.courts.ca.gov/careers.htm
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 November 22, 2022
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.
DOWNLOAD PDF (11/18/22)
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 see below for this week’s list of current Attorney series vacancies at the Agricultural Labor Relations Board (ALRB), California Workforce Development Board (CWDB), Department of Industrial Relations (DIR), and Employment Development Department (EDD). 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. Please feel free to share this email with anyone that might be interested in these opportunities.
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Min. legal practice experience required
California Workforce Development Board
Employment Development Department
Department of Industrial Relations
Office of the Director, Legal Unit
Los Angeles County
Agricultural Labor Relations Board
Are you passionate about ending poverty and inequality? Are you motivated to address the climate and social justice while working on economic and workforce development? If so, you may be a great fit for an executive team attorney position at the California Workforce Development Board (CWDB). The CWDB forges partnerships with business, labor, and government to build a high road economy defined by equity, quality jobs, and climate resiliency that challenges systemic barriers toward shared economic prosperity.
Filing deadline for this position has been extended to December 5, 2022.
The Los Angeles County Public Defender’s Office is now accepting applications for Deputy Public Defender I. As a Deputy Public Defender (DPD) I, you will perform beginning-level legal work involved in the defense of criminal cases accepted by or assigned to the Public Defender. The DPD I position is rotated through a variety of developmental assignments to prepare the attorney for progressively handling misdemeanor cases of average difficulty or the less difficult felony cases.
Applicants pending California State Bar exam results are eligible to apply. Click here for further information and application
The Orange County Office of Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP is seeking an associate with 2 – 4 years of litigation experience. Candidates with previous clerk experience in California State Courts is preferred, but not required, and California state court litigation experience is necessary. Employment litigation experience would also be beneficial. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply online at https://www.shb.com/careers/legal-recruiting.
Shook, Hardy & Bacon L.L.P. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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