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.
No. of positions
DEPUTY ATTORNEY GENERAL III
DAG & DAG IV
Employment & Administrative Mandate
DAG, DAG IV, & DAG V
DAG IV & DAG V
Business and Tax
Healthcare Rights and Access
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
Significant autonomy; work directly with clients.
High level of resources - we provide resources where the attorney wants to grow.
Straightforward and transparent path to equity partnership. Realistic and attainable.
Fitness program. Gym membership. Healthy body, healthy mind.
Firm is tech savvy and seeks the best technology.
Spacious office in modern high-rise overlooking Newport’s Back Bay. Spectacular views from tenth floor.
Moderate billable hour requirement. Work-life balance. Sustainable pace.
Salary is competitive and benefits include medical, dental, vision, life insurance, disability, 401K, and gym membership.
The University of California wishes to establish a panel of qualified law firms to assist with construction matters as described further in the Request for Proposals (RFP).
The University of California's Outside Counsel Billing Guidelines can be found here.
If your firm is interested in participating in the panel, please respond to the RFP no later than close of business on April 30, 2021. Use this link to submit your proposal https://app.smartsheet.com/b/form/408c7f758cf349398529dff359ad7edd.
If you have any trouble with the link, please contact Elaine Bulawin at email@example.com.
The Central District’s Mediation Panel is comprised of experienced federal litigators who are also trained mediators. These qualified and impartial attorneys assist the Court in encouraging the fair, speedy, and economical resolution of civil actions pending in this district. The members of the Mediation Panel provide an invaluable service to the Court, to litigants, and to the community. Every year, our mediators settle hundreds of cases that would otherwise consume scarce judicial resources.
To serve as a Panel Mediator, an attorney must be a member in good standing of the Bar of the United States District Court, Central District of California, with at least ten years of legal practice experience, substantial experience with or knowledge of civil litigation in federal court, significant expertise in one or more designated areas of law, and training in mediation through a court-approved program. Additional information about the Panel is available on the Court’s website at http://www.cacd.uscourts.gov/attorneys/adr.
Panel Mediators are appointed by the Court in certain civil cases, and each mediator volunteers his or her preparation time and the first three hours of a mediation session. Thereafter, if the parties choose to continue the mediation, the mediator may charge his or her market rate. As a member of the Mediation Panel, mediators also have access to Court-provided MCLE events and networking opportunities.
Applications are due by April 30, 2021, for consideration this year. The application form may be downloaded here:http://www.cacd.uscourts.gov/attorneys/adr/application-mediation-panel. Completed forms should be submitted to ADR_Coordinator@cacd.uscourts.gov.
Deadline April 30
The Chief Deputy of Administration is a senior executive-level position that reports to the Clerk of Court, has regular interaction with federal judges, high-level officials, court staff, the public, and federal agencies, and is responsible for the management of all court administration functions.
This vacancy announcement is open until filled, with a priority cut-off date of April 5, 2021.
As a Trial Attorney (Labor), the incumbent is responsible for the analysis, preparation, and litigation of factually, technically and legally complex cases brought in the Region by the Secretary of Labor under statutes and executive orders administered by the Department’s various enforcement agencies.
More info: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/595514100
Deadline April 9, 2021
Fragomen is the world’s leading immigration law firm, with over 40 offices located in 20 countries. We have consistently ranked amongst the top firms for diversity the past eight years, and we are constantly reimagining ways to grow our community in an equitable and inclusive way.
Business Immigration Associate – San Diego:
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner, an Am Law 50 firm, is seeking a highly motivated, well-qualified mid-level associate (four to five years of experience) to join its nationally recognized M&A and Corporate Finance practice focusing on M&A and general corporate work in its Irvine office.
The ideal candidate will have experience in the following areas:
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.
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 Orange County Asian American Bar Association ("OCAABA") is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization.