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As an Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Criminal Division, attorneys will be responsible for prosecuting federal crimes, including offenses involving drug trafficking and smuggling; child exploitation; gang activity and violence; illegal immigration; national security and border security; elder abuse; cybercrime; theft of intellectual property; and financial crimes, complex fraud and/or corruption in government, health care, banking, securities, corporate activities, federal procurement, bankruptcies, and federal taxation. They will also work with law enforcement agencies to investigate such crimes, research and brief legal issues, and represent the United States in hearings, trials, and appeals.
Closing 08/11/2023 UPDATE: now closing Friday, October 13, 2023; 11:59pm EST
For more information and to apply, [click here].
The U.S. Attorney's Office investigates and litigates significant, complex issues on behalf of the United States in federal court. Employment with the U.S. Attorney's Office as an Assistant United States Attorney (AUSA) is a unique and challenging experience for the highly motivated attorney. As an eLitigation AUSA, you will serve as an attorney advisor, helping the office navigate complex and challenging electronic litigation and discovery issues in furtherance of our vital mission.
Closing date 12/05/2023
Accounting Manager - The Accounting Manager leads the end of the month process including accounts’ reconciliation and preparing financial reports utilizing Sage Intacct. The Accounting Manager will be responsible for supervising the Accounts Payable Specialist and Grants Accountant Supervisor. invoicing accounts reconciliation, applying cash, assisting
the Director of Finance on critical finance and accounting activities according to GAAP including compiling, analyzing, and reporting accounting data, annual audit and information requirement for tax filings.
Accounts Payable Specialist - The Accounts Payable Specialist is responsible for contributing to the effective functioning of the Finance and newly formed Accounting department. In the area of Accounting, this role secures accurate and timely payments to vendors and employees, performs account reconciliations, assigns grants to payments, and works on other projects as assigned.
SENIOR Staff Attorney (Immigrants’ Rights) - This Senior Staff Attorney will represent noncitizens in removal proceedings as well as affirmative applications for immigration relief before USCIS. Centro’s Immigrant Rights team represents non-citizens in a broad range of matters, including humanitarian relief such as asylum, SIJS, U and T visas, for unaccompanied
minors as well as individual adults and migrant families; DACA petitions; family based immigration processes; and naturalization applications.
Supervising Attorney, (Securing Safety for Youth and Families, Immigrants’ Rights) - Centro Legal is seeking a supervising attorneys to join our Security Safety for Youth and Families team within our Immigrants’ Rights practice
Staff Attorney (Immigrants’ Rights) - This staff attorney will represent noncitizens in removal proceedings as well as affirmative applications for immigration relief before USCIS, including humanitarian relief such as asylum, U and T visas; DACA petitions; family based immigration; and naturalization applications. The ideal candidate is an immigration attorney who believes immigrant rights are human rights and who is committed to advancing social justice through the provision of immigration legal services.
Tenants’ Rights Co-Directing Attorney - Our Tenants’ Rights Practice works to stop displacement and stabilize our communities through eviction defense, drop-in legal clinics, affirmative litigation, administrative hearings before rent boards, know-your-rights presentations and an array of community outreach, and policy initiatives. We are seeking an experienced attorney who will bring leadership and innovation to our fearless and dynamic team of Tenants’ Rights advocates.
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The incumbent independently handles a full range of health care legal matters and projects, to include those which hold substantial importance and impact, with an emphasis on health care regulatory analysis and transactional matters for UCI Health. Coordinates and liaises between the Medical Center, School of Medicine, School of Nursing, School of Pharmacy, Program in Public Health, and the Office of General Counsel concerning the needs and requirements of these units pertaining to legal matters. Will report administratively to the Health Sciences Principal Counsel and the Chief Health Sciences Counsel, and as a member of the Office of Campus Counsel, to the Chief Campus Counsel, UC Irvine and, as a member of the Office of General Counsel, to the Deputy General Counsel for Health Affairs as to the substance of legal services and advice. Incumbent has responsibility to facilitate the objectives of UCI Health by providing timely and effective legal support to each of these functions, as well as ensuring UCI Health minimizes potential legal exposure and legal risk. May provide functional advice, training and / or guidance to less-experienced attorneys. May act as a liaison with outside counsel, and / or represent the University in litigation.
The LWDA is an executive branch agency that provides leadership to protect and improve the well-being of California's current and future workforce. The Assistant General Counsel is a mid-level Attorney III position, working under the general direction of the LWDA General Counsel. The Assistant General Counsel will work on complex and high-profile litigation and other legal issues, working closely with the LWDA General Counsel and the small, collaborative legal team within LWDA. The Assistant General Counsel provides advice and counsel to LWDA and its departments, boards, and panel on a wide variety of labor and employment law, government law, and other legal and policy issues.
Final Filing Date: 9/20/2023
The Career Services (CSO) is responsible for providing a full suite of personalized services to law students and alumni, helping them create, execute, and meet career goals and objectives. The CSO seeks an Assistant or Associate Director (based on required experience) to partner with the Assistant Dean to implement strategic initiatives related to career advising, employer outreach, and programming services for law students and alumni. Candidates eager to join a dedicated CSO team and provide personalized guidance to our students are encouraged to apply. This position is a full-time, year-round (12 month) administrative position.
The Court is currently recruiting talented lawyers with a love for the law and writing, a strong work ethic and a dedication to excellence to join its staff. The Court values diversity and inclusion in our workplace. Working as a lawyer at the Sixth District offers a unique opportunity to think and write about developing issues in the law and to work one on one with some of California’s finest jurists, crafting decisions that define the legal landscape for the sixth largest economy in the world. Your work at the court would include drafting proposed opinions in all areas of appellate law including criminal, civil and juvenile. Appellate, civil, or criminal practice experience or a prior judicial clerkship is a plus, but a proven interest in writing, legal analysis, and desire to contribute to the Judicial Branch is a must.
For more information and to apply, view this document:
5947 Job Announcement.pdf
The County of San Diego has an immediate vacancy for Senior Deputy County Counsel - Juvenile Dependency in the Office of the County Counsel. This position works in the Juvenile Dependency Division of the Office of County Counsel and represents the Health and Human Services Agency in all juvenile dependency matters. In addition, this position performs legal research, prepares legal documents, and is responsible for providing legal advice on child welfare investigations, litigating juvenile dependency cases, and handling juvenile dependency matters on appeal.
Closing Date : 8/18/2023 11:59 PM Pacific
The Orange County Asian American Bar Association ("OCAABA") is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization.