Alameda County
Bar Association

ACBA Job Board 6.24.24 
ACBA Job Board

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


Criminal defense attorneys – apply today to join the ACBA Court Appointed Attorneys Program (CAAP) Panel! Our panel of independent contractor attorneys step in to represent indigent clients when there is a conflict with the Office of the Alameda County Public Defender. Take as many or as few cases as your schedule dictates while you seek justice and build your professional profile. CAAP is committed to promoting justice and high standards of professionalism, competency, diligence, and integrity among members of the criminal defense bar in Alameda County. For more information, including hourly rates, please visit our webpage. If you have any questions, contact the Director, Andrea Zambrana, by email or phone ( | 510.302.2202). Please note that CAAP will review all applications and consider waiving some of its requirements for suitable applicants, particularly those with the experience to take higher-level cases. Learn more


The Office of the Oakland City Attorney: multiple openings

Department of Justice: multiple openings:

State Bar of California – Attorney and other positions:

City of Santa Rosa – Chief Assistant City Attorney:  This senior-level attorney will add significant value in undertaking a key leadership and management position in the City Attorney’s Office and bring a solutions-oriented approach to day-to-day operations in a robust and fast-paced environment. Learn more

City of Santa Rosa – Assistant/Deputy City Attorney – Litigation Focus or Transactional (Includes Water Utility:

The Superior Court of California, County of Alameda, is conducting a recruitment for the following position: Attorney, Self-Help Services: This recruitment will close on June 26, 2024. The official job posting can be found here

State Compensation Insurance Fund’s Corporate Legal Department is actively seeking a highly experienced litigation attorney with proven track record of first chair trial and jury trial experience in State or Federal Courts.  Final Filing Date: 07/11/2024. Learn more

Napa, CA – City Attorney: The City of Napa is seeking an experienced legal strategist to serve as its new City Attorney. This position is the result of the recent retirement of a long-standing and highly regarded professional. Learn more


UCSF Office of Legal Affairs – Principal of Legal Affairs: Provides substantial expertise within the University in a given legal specialty. Independently handles a full range of legal matters and projects, to include the most complex and that of substantial importance and impact. Interprets complex facts and the law in areas of high ambiguity. Provides functional advice, training and / or guidance to less-experienced attorneys. May act as a liaison with outside counsel, and / or represent the University in complex litigation. Learn more


Perkins Coie LLP – R0004949 Patent Litigation Associate Attorney – Midlevel (Open)—Midlevel_R0004949

Flicker, Kerin, Kruger & Bissada LLP – Family Law Attorney: This is a full-time hybrid role for a Family Law Attorney in the firm’s Menlo Park office (candidates interested in working in our San Ramon office will be considered). Day-to-day tasks will include legal research and writing, communicating with clients and experts/attorneys, and court appearances. The firm’s attorneys primarily work from home with days in the office as needed for client meetings, deadlines, and to direct staff. Learn more


Shriver Low-Income Landlord Attorney – Legal Access Alameda: The Shriver Low-Income Landlord Attorney position is responsible for coordinating assistance to low-income landlords through the Shriver funded project in partnership with Centro Legal De La Raza and the Eviction Defense Center. This program involves recruiting, training, and supporting volunteer attorneys as they represent low-income landlords at Unlawful Detainer Settlement Conference negotiations in Alameda County. The program also includes hosting advice and counsel and document preparation clinics for low-income landlords in Alameda County. Learn more

BayLegal’s employment opportunities, please visit our career page and application portal located at:

Centro Legal is hiring. The link to our careers page is:


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Staff Attorney

California Appellate Project – Staff Attorneys: California Appellate Project (San Francisco) is hiring! We have two Staff Attorney positions and one investigator position open. We would like to share this information with the members of your organization. To find out more information about these job openings go to 

The Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County’s Housing team seeks an attorney to join us on the front lines of the housing affordability crisis. Housing team members work to defend tenants against eviction, enforce existing tenant protections through impact litigation, and advocate for effective and equitable housing policies in partnership with impacted communities. The Housing team includes attorneys, project coordinators, a project manager and a summer fellow who work collaboratively on all aspects of the program. We are looking for a motivated and organized attorney who is dedicated to advocating for a diverse, low-income client population. The right candidate is someone who can prioritize multiple demands and execute tasks efficiently in a fast-paced litigation environment, demonstrates excellent client relations, works well on a collaborative team, and is committed to social justice. Learn more

Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area (LCCRSF) has two openings on our Racial Justice team. We are looking for a Senior Staff Attorney with significant impact litigation experience and a Staff Attorney with 1-3 years post-grad legal experience. For both positions, we are seeking a skilled attorney with  excellent written and oral advocacy skills, someone who is devoted to movement lawyering and dismantling unjust systems, passionate about racial and economic justice, and committed to working in a collaborative environment. Salary for the Senior Staff Attorney is $100k-$120k DOE and salary for the Staff Attorney role is $80k-$90k DOE. Both positions offer excellent benefits and time off and a flexible and supportive workplace. You can find the full job postings here and in the attached Word documents. Please feel free to reach out to with any questions or for more information.  

EBCLO Job Announcement Staff Attorney May 2024: We are looking for a full-time attorney committed to serving children and families in marginalized communities to join our dynamic team working in a fast-paced client driven environment.  The staff attorney will represent children ages 0-21 at all stages of juvenile dependency proceedings in Alameda County Superior Court.  EBCLO provides frequent trainings to build legal knowledge, strengthen courtroom skills and develop a deeper understanding of relevant issues affecting children and families and also provides an annual stipend for outside trainings.   

PRC – Staff Attorney- Legal Advocacy: PRC seeks a Staff Attorney to join its Legal Advocacy program, providing direct representation to low-income individuals in accessing Social Security disability benefits, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), the Cash Assistance Program for Immigrants (CAPI), and healthcare programs in San Francisco. Learn more

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