ACBA JOB BOARD

ACBA members get first crack at our job board postings in the ACBA Bi-Weekly e-Newsletter.  

Legal Access Alameda – Shriver Family Law Attorney: The Shriver Family Law Attorney position is responsible for creating and coordinating a new program created with funding from the Shriver project. This new program will involve recruiting, training, and supporting volunteer attorneys as they represent low-income clients at Pro Per child custody and visitation Request for Order hearings in Alameda County.
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Superior Court of California, County of Alameda – Legal Research Attorney (Criminal): Under general direction, a Legal Research Attorney performs a variety of complex professional legal work, including research and consultation for judicial officers, court staff and litigants; provides legal support related to the work of Legal Services and programs within the Superior Court of Alameda County; and performs other related duties as assigned. Learn more

LCCFCR – Senior Racial Justice Attorney: We are looking for a skilled racial justice attorney with excellent written and oral advocacy skills, someone who is passionate about litigating and advocating to dismantle unjust systems, devoted to movement lawyering, committed to working in a collaborative environment, and eager to train and support junior attorneys. Learn more

The County of Alameda’s Office of the County Counsel is seeking an attorney to join a collegial team of attorneys and staff committed to providing excellent legal services. Learn more

FAMILY LAW ATTORNEY NEEDED IN CASTRO VALLEY, CA – All for the Family Legal Clinic, Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit legal clinic dedicated to serving low income and middle income families in the Bay Area. We are looking to hire a 1099 contract attorney. The contract term will be for one year, with the likelihood of it being renewed or turning in to an opportunity for full time W-2 employment. Learn more

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Levy Vinick Burrell Hyams LLP – Associate Position with Civil Rights and Worker’s Rights Boutique in Oakland: Leading plaintiff’s employment law firm in Oakland, California, seeks an associate to work on litigation matters representing employees in individual and class action cases.  Learn more

City of Burlingame, CA – City Attorney: Appointed by and reporting to a progressive and forward-thinking City Council, Burlingame’s City Attorney enjoys a professional and supportive relationship with the Council. The new City Attorney will join an outstanding team including an Assistant City Attorney; a shared Executive Assistant; and a Code Compliance Officer & Senior Risk Analyst, who is responsible for code compliance and supporting the city risk program.  Learn more

Equal Justice Society – Racial Justice Staff Attorney: Equal Justice Society seeks a dynamic attorney with five or more years of experience with a strong commitment to racial justice and to dismantling structural racism in education, the justice system, and in all institutions.  Learn more

Family Law Advocates Group, PC (FLAG), a growing all-women of color firm, is seeking an associate attorney to join our team! The ideal candidate will have experience working in a busy, fast-paced family law firm environment. The attorney will perform substantive legal work that requires knowledge of legal concepts including analysis, drafting, negotiating and consulting. Learn more
 

Hiring Organization
USAO Northern District of California
Job Title
Assistant U.S. Attorney
State
California
Posted/ Updated
 
December 7, 2020

 
EBCLC’s Housing unit is hiring for two positions — Deputy Director and Staff Attorney.

Legal Aid at Work –  Director of the Racial Economic Justice Program: Legal Aid at Work (LAAW) enforces and expands the employment and civil rights of low-wage workers, their families, and communities by educating and advising clients and their communities about legal rights, engaging in advocacy and litigation, and working to advance expansive public policies. Learn more

Motivating, Inspiring, Supporting & Serving Sexually Exploited Youth – Deputy DirectorMISSSEY, Inc. is a community-based organization founded in 2007 to respond to the epidemic of sexual exploitation in Alameda County, CA.

Have a job you’d like to include in our Job Board? Please send job descriptions to Valerie Lescroart at valerie@acbanet.org.