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Tackle the most important challenges of the information age, like working with product and engineering teams to understand the local implications of their work. From contract negotiations to user experience, you'll create innovative solutions to complex business issues. Legal and policy teams are a vital part of Google’s success, shaping the future of internet policy and law. Google is looking to hire qualified attorneys in a wide range of positions, so find the right job for you and apply today! Learn more here and apply today!

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NCYL has open positions for Law Clerks. seeks 9 law students to support its Washington, DC and Oakland offices during spring 2023. Under the mentorship of supervising legal or policy staff, spring clerks will work on projects impacting low-income children and youth. Law Clerks will be responsible for writing legal and policy memoranda and assisting in ongoing impact litigation efforts (including supporting discovery by reviewing discovery responses, drafting discovery requests, and/or helping with deposition preparation, researching and drafting motions or pleadings, and contributing to fact/case development by speaking with existing or potential plaintiffs, co-counsel, and/or community partners) Apply here!

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Inner City Law Center is seeking a Supervising Attorney for the Lawyers Preventing and Ending Homelessness Project to serve our clients who are experiencing homelessness or at imminent risk of homelessness and people living with HIV. Working in partnership with homeless service providers, the Supervising Attorney will provide holistic legal services to tackle barriers to our clients becoming and staying housed. The Supervising Attorney will handle and supervise attorneys and paralegals with creative problem solving and litigation to address novel issues as well as the following routine items: landlord tenant issues such as eviction, harassment, illegal lockouts and citation; minor citations and tickets; criminal record expungement and clearing; securing professional licenses and resolving legal barriers impacting employment; reasonable accommodations issues (requests and appeals) for mental, physical and health related disabilities. Apply here!

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Founded in 1969 and headquartered in Oakland, California, Centro Legal de la Raza (Centro Legal) is a comprehensive legal services and advocacy organization protecting and advancing the rights of immigrant, low-income, and Latino communities through bilingual representation, education, and advocacy. Centro Legal de la Raza is hiring for an Immigrants’ Rights Administrative Coordinator, Tenant’s Rights Directing Attorney and Staff Attorney, Senior Staff Immigration Attorney, Development Director, Grants Supervisor and Coordinator, Workers Rights Managing Attorney, and Tenants Rights Administrative and Intake Coordinator. Apply here!

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The California Court of Appeal is hiring a Law Clerk. Our goal here at the California Court of Appeal is to achieve the ideal of equal justice under law. We aim to inspire the public with the excellence of California’s justice system. The work is fulfilling, important, varied, and fascinating: in our state court system, the jurisdiction is general and so we encounter just about every imaginable human conflict, in practically every legal setting. Each case is a new story, or maybe two, or many. You would work with me directly, as well as with a small, supportive, friendly, fun, talented, and non-hierarchical group of colleagues. This position begins in 2023. Apply here!

The Government Team is hiring an Attorney. The attorney serves in an advisory role as general counsel to a mix of City officials and agencies. In that capacity, the attorney may perform many functions – providing interpretations and advice, both orally and in writing, formally and informally, on a broad range of legal issues. The attorney’s role could include interpreting a City ordinance or advising on the legal risks of a government decision or action; drafting ordinances, ballot measures, and administrative regulations; reviewing contracts for legal and procedural sufficiency; and providing legal advice to commissioners before and during commission meetings. Apply here!

The Labor Team is hiring an Attorney. Attorneys are assigned a caseload of civil litigation and administrative matters. They handle all aspects of their cases, including case assessment, litigation strategy, client communication and coordination, conducting and responding to discovery, all motion practice, settlement evaluation and negotiation, trial and appeal. Also, attorneys may be assigned to provide labor and employment advice to specific client departments and to support collective bargaining. Apply here!

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Paragon Legal was founded in 2006, when Mae O’Malley set out to find a way for talented Attorneys to practice law on their own terms while helping corporate legal teams structure their departments to best meet their companies’ needs.We are currently seeking Privacy Attorneys for remote, interim projects, where you will immerse yourself in our client’s legal team, supporting privacy compliance at every level. Apply here.

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The United State Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit is seeking a Staff Attorneys to support the federal Judiciary’s mission of ensuring equal justice under the law. We are excited to welcome team members who exercise excellent judgment, demonstrate a high level of personal integrity, are open to feedback, thrive on independent work, and adapt easily to new work assignments and legal developments. Apply here!

The United State Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit is hiring a Circuit Mediator. The mediators facilitate settlement discussions among parties and their counsel in a wide range of civil cases, including civil rights, tribal, employment, intellectual property, insurance, contracts and environmental matters. Apply here!

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Aiman-Smith & Marcy is hiring a fluent Spanish speaking Employment Attorney. The job involves all aspects of litigation: client intake; drafting pleadings and discovery; taking and defending depositions; writing and opposing motions; court appearances; trial; and appeal. You need not be experienced in all of these, but you do need to be willing to take them on as you grow. This is a job for someone who actively wants to be a courtroom lawyer. The working environment is collaborative and collegial. Apply here!

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Workday is seeking an outstanding Senior Patent Counsel to focus on strategic patent portfolio development. The ideal candidate is a confident self-starter who has a passion for technology, a strategic bent to their patent prosecution, and a willingness to make connections among a sea of technology and product organizations. The abilities to both delve deeply into data and systems, and effectively communicate to attorneys, business leaders, and technologists with varied understanding of IP are crucial for success. Apply here!

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ACLU-CO is seeking a creative, dynamic, and visionary Legal Director to lead the growth of ACLU-CO’s legal department in advancing and shaping the civil rights and civil liberties landscape in Colorado. The Legal Director reports to the Executive Director, serves as a member of ACLU-CO’s senior leadership team working alongside them to ensure that legal strategies are aligned in support of the organization’s long-term issue priorities. The Legal Director is responsible for overall strategy, coordination, and management of the legal department including its litigation docket, staff, and network of volunteer cooperating counsel. Apply here!

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Centro Legal is hiring various positions in administrative roles such as Accounting Manager, Major Gifts Officer, Immigrant’s Rights Administrative Coordinator, Finance Coordinator, Communications Coordinator, and Director of Development. They are also seeking hiring in various attorney roles such as Workers’ Rights Managing Attorney, Temporary Youth Law Academy Manager, Legal Advocate or Paralegal, Tenants’ Rights Navigator/Advocate, Position: Senior Attorney or Staff Attorney, Immigrants’ Rights - Keeping Communities Together, and Tenants’ Rights Directing Attorney. Interested? Apply here!

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The National Center for Lesbian Rights is seeking Law Clerks to assist with all aspects of its national impact litigation, public policy, and educational The clerk will interact with members of the community who contact NCLR’s legal information helpline and handling their questions from start to finish under the supervision and training of NCLR staff attorneys. Clerks also conduct case research, update publications, and draft memos on a wide range of issues affecting LGBTQ people and their families. Positions are available in NCLR’s National Office in San Francisco, CA. Semester law clerks may work full or part-time (minimum 12 hours per week). Apply here!

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Sierra Club is seeking an Associate Attorney to join its national legal team as a litigator for Sierra Club’s Environmental Law Program. Under the supervision of a managing and senior attorney, the associate attorney would serve as a legal resource for Sierra Club campaigns; litigate environmental and energy cases, with a focus on decarbonizing the electrical grid by replacing coal and fracked gas with clean energy; help design and implement legal and advocacy strategies; and coordinate with campaign staff, coalition partners, and outside counsel. Apply here!

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Disability Rights California is hiring a Bilingual Supervising Attorney for their Fair Hearing Project. The Supervising Attorney will be the project coordinator for DRC’s Fair Hearing Project. Project staff will provide representation at administrative hearings for monolingual Spanish-speaking regional center consumers. The Fair Hearing Project will be limited to service denials that will result in serious harm to the client. The Project will be staffed by a total of 3 attorneys including the Supervising Attorney. Project staff will collaborate with the Legal Advocacy Unit and the Office of Clients Rights Advocates to ensure that DRC offers a comprehensive advocacy strategy to address the needs of the Latinx IDD community. Apply now!

Disability Rights California is hiring a Supervising Attorney for their Advocacy and Community Engagement Practice Group. Supervisory load of approximately five staff members in the department and carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the agency's policies and applicable laws. Supervisors interview, hire and train employees, plan, assign, and direct work; regularly evaluate performance and provide ongoing feedback; work with HR to take corrective action when needed; and address complaints and resolve problems. Apply here!

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Legal Services for Children (“LSC”) is hiring an Immigration Social Worker. This social worker will provide services to children and youth residing in San Francisco and Oakland primarily working with our immigration team. This includes maintaining consistent contact with clients, their caretakers, and extended community to ensure that the children and young people served are receiving appropriate health, educational, and personal support, culturally appropriate assessment, case management and client advocacy services will be provided by the social worker as part of our social worker-attorney interdisciplinary team. Primary responsibilities include conducting psychosocial assessments; completing placement assessments; follow up planning; ongoing case management; and attendance at court hearings. Apply here!

LSC seeks an Bilingual (Spanish) Immigration Staff Attorney- ORR Detention Representation to provide consultation and counsel to children detained in Office of Refugee Resettlement (“ORR”) custody in immigration proceedings. In cases where representation is initiated in detention and clients are released locally or transferred to ICE detention after turning 18, representation continues beyond ORR detention. Clients are primarily Spanish speakers with many youth speaking Indigenous languages from Mexico and Guatemala as well. We welcome applicants at all levels and provide opportunities for training and leadership. We will also consider candidates pending State Bar Exam results and encourage recent law school graduates to apply! Apply here!

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The Law Foundation of Silicon Valley is seeking a full-time Directing Attorney for its Health Program. The Directing Attorney will play a critical role in further developing the Program’s mission, structure, prioritization, and service delivery model. We are seeking a strategic thinker who has experience leading and advocating with vision, passion, effectiveness. The Directing Attorney will be responsible for training, developing, motivating, and supervising staff and overseeing the daily work of the practice. In addition, the Directing Attorney will help to maintain and grow funding resources and manage the administrative aspects of the program. The Directing Attorney will report to the Chief Program Officer and directly supervise the Health Program management team, including the two Supervising Attorneys. The Directing Attorney will also work closely with the Law Foundation’s management team to support the goals and operations of the entire organization, including implementation of the Strategic Plan. Apply here!

The Law Foundation seeks to hire a Health Staff Attorney to manage a caseload of direct services clients, impact litigation, and advocacy. Key responsibilities include legal assistance and representation regarding access to public benefits, consumer law, employment law, simple estate planning, and more. This role also provides technical assistance, training, and outreach to mental health providers, consumers, and community members. Apply here!

The Law Foundation seeks to hire a Supervising Attorney to partner with the Directing Attorney and other Supervising Attorney to lead the Health Program. Key responsibilities include overseeing the management of direct services client caseloads, impact litigation, and advocacy. This role supervises a diverse team of lawyers and professional staff to build cases, represent clients in hearings and trials, draft dispositive motions and provide technical assistance, training, and outreach to mental health providers, consumers, and community members. Apply here!

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Nixon Peabody is seeking a Finance Associate to join their Corporate Trust Global Finance Team in any U.S office.Qualified candidates will have two to five years of experience in corporate, real estate or commercial finance, securities, public finance, or a combination of one or more of those areas. Strong financial, analytical, drafting and negotiation skills and an ability to work independently, with direct client contact, are important. The successful candidate will be involved in a varied and dynamic practice, ranging from new origination of collateralized debt obligations (CDOs) and other asset-backed securities, corporate bonds, specialty finance to resolution of distressed transactions. Qualified candidates will have strong academic credentials, superb judgment and communication skills, and a commitment to providing excellent client services. Apply here!

Nixon Peabody is seeking a Real Estate Associate join one of their California offices (San Francisco or Los Angeles) The successful candidate will be an associate-level attorney with three to six yearsof experience working on sophisticated commercial real estate transactions. California State Bar admission is required. Qualified candidates will have experience representing buyers, sellers, landlords and tenants of commercial, retail and industrial properties. The ideal candidate will also have working knowledge of real estate acquisitions and dispositions as well as real estate leasing, development, management and debt and equity financings. Apply here!

Nixon Peabody is seeking a mid level Labor & Employment Associate to be based in their San Francisco office. California State Bar admission is required. The ideal candidate will have two to four years of experience in handling employment litigation and have some experience in traditional labor law and counseling management clients. Wage and hour experience and managing cases independently is a plus. We pride ourselves i. Associates work directly with partners on matters and often have direct contact with clients. Apply here!

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The California Supreme Court, located in San Francisco, is accepting applications for the position of Supreme Court Attorney, level A – D or Senior Supreme Court Attorney, on the Capital Central Staff (Job ID# 5649). Attorneys on the Capital Central Staff support the Court in its processing and deciding of appeals and habeas corpus and other writ petitions filed in the Supreme Court following the imposition of a judgment of death in a superior court. This position will be staffed at a level commensurate with the qualifications of the selected individual. Apply here!

The California Supreme Court, located in San Francisco, is accepting applications for the position of Supreme Court Attorney, level A – D or Senior Supreme Court Attorney, on the Civil Central Staff. (JO #5650). The Civil Central Staff is composed of 16 attorneys and serves the court in preparing conference memoranda analyzing petitions for review, writ petitions, proposed amendments to the Rules of Court, and other civil and State Bar of California matters filed in the Supreme Court. The Court seeks an experienced attorney to join the staff. The position will be staffed at a level commensurate with the qualifications of the selected individual. Apply here!

Associate Justice Lamar Baker of the California Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division Five, located in Los Angeles, is accepting applications for the position of Law Clerk (JO #5640). The Law Clerk position combines important clerical and legal editing duties with the opportunity to engage in traditional law clerk research and analysis. The anticipated start date for the position is late August 2022. Apply here!

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Judicial Council of California is seeking a Supervising Attorney JO #5721. Legal Services is currently searching for a Supervising Attorney to join its dynamic and highly skilled law office that provides effective legal support to judicial branch clients on challenging, varied, and significant legal issues.The Supervising Attorney will be responsible for managing the work of and assist in the development of a new Legal Services Unit, comprised of two attorneys and an analyst or senior analyst, that will concentrate its work on public access and data governance issues. The Supervising Attorney will oversee, manage and direct the delivery of legal services and provide legal advice to California judicial branch entities on a full range of issues related to requests for legal guidance and support and advice. Apply here!

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Bay Area Air Quality Management District is recruiting for the position of Assistant Counsel I/II in the Legal Office. This is a full-time, exempt, management position. There are up to three (3) vacancies. Assistant Counsel I is the entry level in this specialized attorney series. It is designed to allow an experienced civil attorney to gain specific environmental law experience. Assistant Counsel II is the journey level class of this specialized series, fully competent to perform a wide range of environmental law work. This class is responsible for providing effective legal counsel in complex and controversial environmental law matters. This class is distinguished from Senior Assistant Counsel in that the latter assists in administering and coordinating all phases of legal work for the Legal Division. Apply here!

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Reporting directly to the General Counsel and Vice President, Legal Affairs (GC), the Deputy General Counsel for Litigation (DGC) position is based in UC Legal’s (UCL) central office – the Office of the General Counsel – and is a member of the UC Legal Systemwide Leadership Team. UCL provides legal services to the university, including representation, advice, research and training. We also provide legal opinions to the Board of Regents, administration, faculty, staff and others acting on the university's behalf. We report jointly to the Board of Regents and the president. The DGC carries out UC's organizational philosophy to provide the best possible services in support of its mission: teaching, research, and public service. Apply here!

The UCOP is hiring a Principal Counsel, Education Affairs & Governance. This position provides substantial expertise in the Educational Affairs and Governance practice area. Reporting to the Managing Counsel - Education Affairs & Governance, this position independently handles a full range of legal matters and projects in the Education Affairs and Governance practice areas, to include the most complex and that of substantial importance and impact. The Principal Counsel interprets complex facts and the law in areas of high ambiguity. Apply here!

UCOP is hiring a Principal Counsel, Employment Practices Liability (EPL) Litigation. Responsibilities require substantial expertise in litigation strategy, trial work, civil procedure, and federal and state labor and employment laws (including relevant whistleblower statutes, as well as privacy and First Amendment issues. The position works closely with outside counsel in developing case strategy consistent with University policy and protocols; Manages a full range of legal matters and projects, including the most complex and those of substantial importance and impact to the University; interprets complex facts and the law in areas of high ambiguity; provides functional advice to senior managers, stakeholders, and leadership concerning risk assessment, liability, and damages. Apply here!

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