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The 2020 California Citizens Redistricting Commission , is seeking a Chief Counsel with min. 10 yrs. law experience. The Chief Counsel will advise the Commission on all aspects of the redistricting process and government affairs. The ideal candidate will have served as the principal legal advisor to a governing board, as well as government relations, redistricting and voting rights experience, and has a history of working closely with community organizations developing and maintaining relationships with diverse groups and coalitions. The Commission is charged with drawing the State's legislative, Congressional, and Board of Equalization electoral lines. Job Bulletin: https://wedrawthelines.ca.gov/job_opportunities For inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deputy District Attorney I $72,758 - $83,574 Annually
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The Office of the District Attorney offers an exciting opportunity for a challenging career in criminal trial work. Deputy District Attorneys I prepare and present cases before all courts within
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Loyola Law School, Los Angeles invites applications for a full-time clinical professor position to join Loyola's Legal Research & Writing (LRW) program. This clinical professor will teach two sections of the legal writing component of the required first-year LRW course, which introduces students to legal research, writing, and analysis. The clinical professor will also teach one other course, subject to the candidate's interests and the school's needs. The initial appointment is a two-year provisional contract beginning in 2021-2022, which may ultimately be renewed for unlimited, successive five-year periods. Applicants must have a J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school and excellent academic credentials and must be committed to teaching legal writing. Significant legal practice and teaching experience are preferred. Loyola is an equal opportunity employment institution, and we enthusiastically encourage qualified candidates from historically underrepresented groups to apply for this position. Applicants should submit a cover letter, CV, and references by October 7, 2020 to:
The City of Alameda, CA, is seeking an experienced attorney with a minimum of ten years of legal experience, to serve as the CHIEF ASSISTANT CITY ATTORNEY ($180,113 - $218,927 annually based on a five day, 37.5 hour, work week). For full details of the position and to apply visit
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Santa Monica based real estate management / development firm seeks an in-house litigator with at least 7 years experience in arbitration, mediation, and trial process (case management, motions, discovery, trial prep) as well as experience managing outside counsel. Please submit resume and writing sample to
San Diego. $650 per month on month to month tenancy. Space available with two experienced attorneys. Share expenses; copier and utilities.. Office recently refurbished with large closet for storage. Office adjacent to entry/lobby. Additional space available for assistant if needed.
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