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Dykema's Los Angeles office seeks associates with 2-4 years of complex litigation experience to join our Product Liability & Class Action Litigation practice group. Duties will include motion practice, discovery, brief writing, taking and defending depositions, preparing company witnesses for depositions, attending court appearances, client interaction, trial preparation and trial. Qualified candidates will have significant experience with all aspects of case handling, including offensive and defensive discovery work. Excellent written communication and oral advocacy skills are required. Experience specifically within the automotive industry and e-discovery is a plus. The work requires attention to detail and the ability to produce quality work under tight deadlines. Admission to practice in CA is required.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit https://www.dykema.com/careers.html
The California Law Revision Commission is now accepting applications for the position of Executive Director. The position has overall responsibility for managing the agency and for performing and directing high-level legal work in support of the Commission’s law reform studies.
Must reside in California, have active membership in the California State Bar, and have a minimum of 10 years legal work experience. Legislative and/or policy experience is strongly desired. Knowledge of antitrust law is a plus.
Salary is $12,679 - $15,101 monthly, with full State of California benefits (including CalPers retirement).
Screening of applications will begin in May. The position's start date is September 25, 2023. Further details can be found on the Commission's website www.clrc.ca.gov or download here.
This position provides clerical, legal secretarial, and administrative support to staff counsel and the commission office, including typing, editing, and proofreading documents; establishing and maintaining hard copy and electronic files and records, scanning documents, and data entry; and assisting with preparation for commission meetings. This position also provides other office support work as required, including furnishing information to the public and complainants, and screening and processing incoming mail and complaints in accordance with detailed procedures. This position requires adhering to strict confidentiality guidelines.
For more information and to apply, search: Job opening #5901 at https://www.courts.ca.gov/careers.htm
The Department of Child Support Services is recruiting for three Deputy Child Support Attorney I positions, two in Riverside and one in Indio.
The selected candidate will appear in court on matters related to establishing, modifying, or enforcing child support. The incumbent is also responsible for conducting interviews with relevant parties before hearing dates to resolve or narrow legal issues, providing direction to paralegals, and advising and training staff on matters related to child support law and appropriate actions to take in a case. Additionally, the incumbent will provide guidance policies and procedures to ensure they are consistent with legal requirements; participate in statewide training, conferences, and/or work groups; collaborate with colleagues to advance the department's mission. May need to travel throughout the county as needed. Bilingual in Spanish is preferred but not required.
Closing: 5/24/2023 11:59 PM Pacific
BASED ON THE NUMBER OF APPLICATIONS RECEIVED, THIS POSTING MAY CLOSE WITHOUT NOTICE.
For more information and to apply, [click here].
The Christopher M. Patti Legal Fellowship Program provides a unique opportunity for a new lawyer to gain experience in the broad spectrum of issues facing public and non-profit entities. UC, as a constitutionally created public institution, employs over 100 attorneys systemwide who provide services from compliance counseling to litigation. Specific areas of practice include affirmative action, constitutional law, contracts, employment, free speech, governance, intellectual property, international research affiliations, public-private partnerships, public and private research collaborations, real estate developments, sexual violence and sexual harassment, student/faculty/staff affairs, and UC's unique status as a constitutionally protected public corporation. Under the supervision of OGC attorneys, the Fellow will conduct legal research; draft documents; attend client meetings, hearings, and negotiations, as appropriate and possible; and participate in other activities intended to expose the Fellow to the practice of law and substance of OGC's specialties. The Fellow would have the opportunity to work both at OGC and at the UC Berkeley Office of Legal Affairs.
The first review date for this job is April 26, 2023. The position will be open until filled.
For more information about Christopher M. Patti, the position, and to apply, [click here].
The Principal Counsel, Core Litigation oversees outside counsel and directly handles various types of litigation and adversarial proceedings involving the University. Core Litigation may involve some or all of the following areas of law: direct handling of internal administrative hearings and writ petitions challenging those decisions; proceedings under the California Public Records Act; commercial disputes; consumer class actions; bankruptcy; collections and pursuit of affirmative recoveries; trusts and estates; and third-party subpoenas. The attorney will be involved in all phases of litigation, including trial, appeal, and representation of University witnesses in depositions. The position involves providing advice on legal issues affecting all campuses, medical centers, the Office of the President and the University at-large, including assisting with the development of effective compliance and risk mitigation strategies to facilitate the University's complex operations.
The first review date for this job is May 3, 2023. The position will be open until filled.
The Orange County Office of Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP is seeking a litigation associate with 4-6 years of litigation experience to work on a broad range of complex litigation including product liability, class action, and commercial litigation matters. California state court litigation experience is necessary and federal court experience is desired. Candidates should have excellent writing and research skills and thrive in a collaborative environment. We do complex, cutting-edge work in jurisdictions across the country and locally and have a deep commitment to providing opportunities for associates to gain significant case management and courtroom experience.
Employment with the USAO offers a unique and challenging experience for the highly motivated full-time attorney: an opportunity to litigate a broad range of cases involving significant and complex issues on behalf of the United States in federal court. Working in the Civil Division, you will be part of a dedicated team representing the United States and federal agencies in a variety of cases, including, employment, tort, constitutional, FOIA, Administrative Procedure Act, and False Claims Act cases.
1 vacancy in the following locations:
San Francisco, CA
San Jose, CA
Opening and Closing Dates:
10/06/2022 to 07/07/2023
An appointment with the U.S. Attorney's Office offers unique and challenging experiences for a highly motivated attorney. Working in the Criminal Division, San Jose Branch, the Special Assistant United States Attorney (SAUSA) will be part of a dedicated team helping to enforce federal criminal laws.
Open & closing dates
04/04/2023 to 07/07/2023
$0 - $0 without compensation
An appointment with the U.S. Attorney's Office offers unique and challenging experiences for a highly motivated attorney. Working in the Criminal Division, Oakland Branch, the Special Assistant United States Attorney (SAUSA) will be part of a dedicated team helping to enforce federal criminal laws.
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