ACBA JOB BOARD
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THE OAKLAND CITY ATTORNEY’S OFFICE – Multiple Openings: Learn more
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit is seeking Circuit Mediators with at least six (6) years of post-JD legal work experience to work in its San Francisco office. Learn more
The Office of the County Counsel, County of Alameda – Assistant County Counsel: Reporting directly to the County Counsel and part of the management team, the successful candidate will supervise a team of lawyers, have responsibility for certain aspects of office administration and directly represent assigned county agencies and departments. Learn more
SEEKING CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY – We are seeking a full-time Associate Attorney with experience in a private criminal defense setting or District Attorney/Public Defender’s office. Candidates with jury trial, preliminary hearing, and felony experience are preferred. Learn more
Judicial Council – Self-Help: We are very pleased to announce two new job openings at the Judicial Council dedicated to self-help projects. One is a Supervising Attorney and the other is a Senior Analyst. Each position could be based in San Francisco or Sacramento. Learn more
Legal Services for Children – Bilingual (Spanish) Staff Attorney: LSC seeks a bilingual staff attorney to represent children primarily in our Education and Dependency practices. We welcome applicants at all levels and provide opportunities for training and leadership. Learn more
WC Attorneys: Looking for Balance?Are you a Working Parent? Want a Flexible Schedule? Prefer to Work from Home some days? Then join us! RTGR Law is hiring motivated Workers’ Compensation attorneys throughout California. We offer great benefits, competitive salaries, work-life balance and pizza parties! Learn more at RTGR Law and reach out to our hiring partner at email@example.com.
Swords to Plowshares – Staff Attorney & Pro Bono Manager: The Staff Attorney & Pro Bono Manager is responsible for the cultivation of relationships with key pro bono stakeholders and the provision of a strategic vision for Swords’ Pro Bono Program. In addition, this position will carry a small case load as a Staff Attorney. Learn more
JUDICIAL COUNCIL OF CALIFORNIA – Supervising Attorney: This position will supervise the operations, staff, and contractors of multiple complex projects in the portfolio of the Juvenile Dependency and Delinquency unit, which consists of four Attorney II and one Administrative Specialist. Learn more
City of Hayward – Administrative Hearing Examiner: Learn more
EJS 2018 Judge Constance Baker Motley Civil Rights Fellowship: Equal Justice Society is seeking committed civil rights advocates to apply for its 2018-2020 Judge Constance Baker Motley Civil Rights Fellowship, named after the first African American woman to serve on the federal bench. Read more
Muslim Advocates – multiple openings: Learn more
California State Bar – Director, Office of Access & Inclusion: The Director of Access and Inclusion will be responsible for leading and implementing the State Bar’s initiatives on access to justice, diversity and inclusion, and support for legal services programs through grants including IOLTA funds, Equal Access funds, Partnership Grants, and bank grants. The Director is responsible for planning, directing, and managing those efforts to achieve the access to justice and diversity and inclusion missions of the State Bar, including the administration of upwards of $60 million in grants to nonprofit legal services organizations across the state. Learn more
Alameda County Housing and Community Development Department (HCD) – Assistant Deputy Director, Community Development Agency with the Homeless Programs Specialty Designation. Deadline to submit an application is 5:00 p.m. on Monday, October 22, 2018. Learn more
CYDL – Coach: CYDL is hiring a part-time lead coach (or two co-lead coaches) for the DeAnza High School Mock Trial Team in Richmond. Attend afterschool practice sessions twice per week to prepare the DeAnza student team members to participate in a rigorous, annual, County Mock Trial competition based on a criminal case developed by the Constitutional Rights Foundation. The lead coach will work approximately 6-10 hours per week. We may instead hire two co-lead coaches, who will share the lead coaching duties and compensation. Time period is September 2018 through early February, 2019. If interested, please email Nancy Schiff at firstname.lastname@example.org.