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  • 08/08/2022 3:57 PM | Anonymous

    The Sexual Violence Law Center, a nonprofit law firm that provides free legal assistance and representation to survivors of sexual and gender based violence. SVLC is seeking a compassionate, solutions-oriented Staff Attorney to join our team. Members of WWL who are passionate about survivor rights and adept at facilitating creative and strategic survivor-centered legal representation and assistance based on race and gender equity practices are welcome to apply! 

  • 07/30/2022 6:40 PM | Anonymous
    Summary of Duties

    **This employment opportunity will remain open until filled. The Thurston County Prosecuting Attorney's Office reserves the right  to close this recruitment at any time.**

     

    The Thurston County Prosecuting Attorney's Office is seeking resumes from highly motivated and qualified individuals interested in an appointment for the position of a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney within our Criminal Division. Duties include prosecution of District Court, Juvenile Court, and/or Superior Court cases, depending on level of qualifications.
     
    NOTE: Depending upon qualifications, the successful applicant will be placed at a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney I or II classification.

    All Details are here.

  • 07/30/2022 6:38 PM | Anonymous

    Electronic Arts is the leading interactive entertainment company, powered by innovative technology. We create incredible experiences for millions of players around the world. But what matters most is our people who inspire us, and the world, to play. As we bring new forms of entertainment to people around the world, we need creative, collaborative, diverse and adaptable people to keep making Electronic Arts better.

    Details here: https://ea.gr8people.com/jobs/174542/senior-legal-counsel-football-licensing

  • 07/30/2022 6:34 PM | Anonymous

    COMMERCIAL LITIGATION ASSOCIATE

    Cairncross & Hempelmann (“CH&”) is a full-service law firm in Seattle that advises our diverse client base in business, land use, real estate, litigation, and bankruptcy and creditors’ rights.  Our hallmark culture hinges upon respect, collegiality, and genuine care which extends to all CH& employees, as well as to our clients and their teams. 

    We are seeking a Commercial Litigation Associate to join our dynamic litigation group.  Our key areas of focus are real estate litigation, business disputes and complex contracts, construction litigation, design professional liability claims, and policy holders’ insurance coverage in state and federal court.  The ideal candidate will have 1– 3 years of general commercial litigation experience with an interest in construction litigation and construction contract drafting.

    Superior academic credentials, excellent written and verbal communication skills, and current WSBA membership (or membership in another state bar plus the ability to pursue WSBA membership) are required.

    Our firm recently renewed our commitment to racial equality and social justice and implemented the CH& Racial Equality & Social Justice Plan that invites all attorneys and staff to engage, take action, and continue to broaden diversity and awareness in our communities.  The CH& Diversity Team was started in 2004 and drives the firm’s initiatives and action. For more information, go to Diversity | Cairncross & Hempelmann.

    We offer a competitive salary, generous benefits, friendly people and a wonderful working environment. Check us out at www.cairncross.com. EOE. Send cover letter, resume, law school transcript, references, and a document on which you were the primary author to:

    Human Resources

    Cairncross & Hempelmann, P.S.

    524 Second Avenue, Suite 500

    Seattle, WA 98104-2323

    careers@cairncross.com


  • 07/30/2022 6:33 PM | Anonymous

    The AGO is committed to providing excellent, independent, and ethical legal services to the State of Washington and to protecting the rights of its people.  It is essential to our mission to create and maintain an office that is diverse, respectful, inclusive and composed of the best legal talent available. If you share our vision and have a desire to do important work that makes a difference for our community, then we invite you to consider applying for the following opportunities.

     

    For information about the AGO, visit www.atg.wa.gov. Click on the links above to access full position descriptions and qualifications for each of these opportunities, visit the state's centralized recruitment site at www.careers.wa.gov. We encourage registration to our attorney e-mail subscription service.

     

    AAG – Public Lands & Conservation Division, Olympia (DL: 7/17/22)  Closing soon!

    AAG – Agriculture & Health Division, Tumwater (DL: 7/25/22)  New!

    AAG – Social & Health Services Division, Mental Health Section, Tumwater (DL: 7/26/22)  New!

    AAG – Education Division, Olympia (DL: 7/26/22)  New!

    Team Lead – Administration Division, Electronic Discovery Team (DL: 7/27/22) New!

    AAG – Children, Youth, and Families Division, Program Advice & Litigation Section (DL: 7/27/22)  New!

    Section Chief – Public Lands & Conservation Division, Olympia (DL: 7/27/22) New!

    DSG – Solicitor General’s Office, Olympia/Seattle (DL: 8/7/22)  New!

    AAG – 2022 Honors Program (DL: 8/7/22)

    AAG – Criminal Justice Division, Sexually Violent Predator Unit, Seattle (Open continuous) 

    AAG – Tacoma Division’s Torts Section (Open continuous) 

    AAG – Regional Services Division, Yakima (Open continuous)

    AAG – Transportation & Public Construction Division, Olympia (Open continuous)

    AAG – Tacoma Division’s Social & Health Services Section (Open continuous)

    Special Counsel (AAG) – Antitrust Division, Seattle (Open continuous) 

     

    Law Clerk Opportunity

    2022 Fall Law Clerk Recruitment Program (DL: 9/6/22)

     


  • 07/30/2022 6:32 PM | Anonymous

    Judge J. Michael (“Mike”) Diaz of the Washington Court of Appeals, Division One, is seeking to hire immediately two term law clerks, both of whom would be asked to start on September 19, 2022. The term of one clerk will end on or about August 15, 2023, and the other on or about August 15, 2024. This announcement will remain open until filled, with priority given to applications received by August 8, 2022. Interviews will be conducted, if possible, the weeks of August 15 and 22, 2022, with hiring offers to be made by August 29, 2022.  

    Judge Diaz is also seeking to hire a law clerk who would be asked to start on August 16, 2023 and whose term would end on or about August 15, 2025. Judge Diaz is now accepting applications for this position and applications must be received by September 30, 2022.

    The Court of Appeals handles appeals from Washington courts of general jurisdiction in all areas of law, including criminal, civil, and domestic matters. Judge Diaz seeks applicants with varied personal and professional backgrounds, who are interested in rigorous legal research and precise legal writing, in a collaborative and collegial environment. Candidates must be law school graduates or have completed the APR 6 law clerk program (or equivalent). Practicing attorneys are encouraged to apply. The current salary for law clerks working in King County is $75,448. Law clerks also receive state employee benefits.

     Please submit application materials electronically to Liz Jackson, at liz.jackson@courts.wa.gov, subject line “Application for Clerkship - Judge Diaz - ___ TERM.” Applications should include the following: a letter of interest; a current resume; a writing sample (up to 12 pages); and three professional references or letters of recommendation.


  • 07/30/2022 5:48 PM | Anonymous

    LAW Advocates Job Announcement  

    Programs Manager  

    LAW Advocates, a Bellingham, Washington-based legal-aid non-profit, seeks a full-time  Programs Manager to lead its client-service work. Since 1987, LAW Advocates has provided free  civil legal assistance to low-income Whatcom County residents by connecting them with attorney  and community volunteers and LAW Advocates staff.  

    Hours: 40 hours per week, 9-5 M-F with occasional evening or weekend events. Wage: $28.85 per hour (approx. $60,000 annually)  

    Benefits: 100 percent paid employee health insurance premium; vacation; sick leave  Preferred Start Date: As soon as possible  

    Reports to: Executive Director 

    LAW Advocates is organizationally committed to advancing racial equity and to incorporating  equity and inclusion in its community engagement, program delivery, internal systems and work  environment. We encourage applications from individuals who are members of traditionally  under-represented or under-served communities, and those who have worked with such  communities. We welcome candidates with personal backgrounds reflecting diversity in race,  ethnicity, sexual identification and orientation, age, family status, education, economic history, job  experience etc.  

    The Programs Manager is a key position at LAW Advocates, responsible for managing the delivery  of civil legal services, including client communications, volunteer coordination, grant reporting,  evaluation of services, working with community partners, identifying program modifications,  participating in state-wide groups and management of confidential case files – with a focus on  equity and inclusion in the delivery of services.  

    To Apply: Please submit a resume, cover letter, and contact information for 3 references to  Michael Heatherly, Executive Director, at resumes@lawadvocates.org. Use “Programs Manager”  as the email subject. Please do not submit written materials or make inquiries by phone.  



  • 06/22/2022 11:21 AM | Anonymous

    Snohomish County District Court is recruiting for Division Supervisor at the Cascade location and for Legal Process Assistant II positions in all locations. Please feel free to share the links and information within your organization.

     

    Division Supervisor – Cascade

     

    Legal Process Assistant II


  • 06/22/2022 11:20 AM | Anonymous

    RFQ22015 Attorney Representation for Indigent Parents in Dependency and Termination Cases [Whatcom County]

    The Washington State Office of Public Defense (OPD) Parents Representation Program (PRP) currently provides state funded attorney representation and case support services to indigent parents, custodians and legal guardians involved in child dependency and termination of parental rights proceedings in Washington counties. OPD is requesting applications for attorney representation in Whatcom County.

    For more details, view RFQ22015 (wa.gov)


  • 06/06/2022 5:03 PM | Anonymous

    Seeking a problem solver and team player for a small family law firm based in Tacoma. Find work-life balance, advance your career as an attorney, and sharpen your litigation skills under the mentorship of our founding attorney, who has over a decade of experience and employs a limited licensed legal technician, associate attorney, paralegals, and additional administrative staff.  

    Responsibilities include (and are not limited to):  

    • Provide legal support to founding attorney including covering hearings as necessary  
    • Maintain a full case load of 30-40 clients  
    • Achieve your monthly billable hours requirement  
    • Conduct 3-5 half hour free legal consultations per week with prospective clients  
    • Manage case scheduling and deadlines including scheduling and tracking client appointments, discovery, court dates, etc  
    • Check firm calendar to ensure all hearings are properly noted  
    • Draft pleadings, proposed orders, settlement offers  
    • Draft correspondence to clients and opposing counsel  

    Requirements  

    We are looking for an attorney with a minimum of three years of practice. We will consider a recent law school graduate with a bar license, practical clinical or law office experience, and a demonstrated strong work ethic. (However, recent grads will not be able to work fully remotely until after a successful probation period of three months.)  

    The successful candidate will be a self-starter and problem solver capable of producing high quality document drafts with limited supervision, proactively checking in with our founding attorney, and delivering an outstanding client experience to include prompt follow up regarding client concerns, timely court filings and proactive case management, and thorough and careful legal counsel. Our successful candidate will also have solid references and work history and will be prepared to promptly acknowledge tasks and assignments, provide regular feedback to our firm founder, and keep her updated regarding developments on cases until they have demonstrated the ability to independently manage their case load.  

    Our firm founder warmly welcomes informal short case meetings throughout the day, and loves teaching and mentoring attorneys. You do not need to be an expert in family law, just prepared to work hard and deliver high quality legal services on time with excellent communication within our office and with clients. Your first 90 days of employment consist of a probationary period, with hourly requirements evaluated weekly, and immediate dismissal if hourly requirements and performance standards are not met each week.  

    Although we have high performance standards, our monthly billable hours requirements are among the lowest you will find at a family law firm, and after your probationary period ends we offer you a 100 percent work-from-home policy (you will still have a dedicated office in our firm), health insurance (we pay half your premium), and all court holidays off, in addition to paid vacation time and sick leave as required by law. We also offer a generous bonus structure and additional opportunities for compensation in addition to your salary.  

    Why should you work for our firm? In addition to competitive salary and benefits, we offer an amazing small firm culture. Our staff are diverse, respectful, warm and friendly, and we honor and prioritize work-life balance, which you see reflected in our lower monthly hours requirements, as well as our policy that no staff member needs to use PTO if they are out of the office or home office for four hours or less (just let us know you’ll be stepping out for a bit). Even though we are a small firm, the quality of our technology and our tech support is second to none. You can expect rapid assistance and resolution to any and all tech challenges, and simple and easy-to-use software and platforms that keep our team on the same page in real time. We have a full-time client support specialist who ensures our client’s trust accounts are funded, so you’ll never be involved in asking for replenishments. Our firm manager will work with you to supervise your paralegal and make sure you are fully supported in your legal work, and our talented paralegals and front desk team will keep your calendar and deadlines well managed.  

    All court hearings before commissioners in Pierce County (where 90 percent of our cases take place) are being held by Zoom, and we expect this to continue for the foreseeable future. On the rare occasion that you are required to personally appear, such as for a trial, you will obviously need to travel to Pierce or other nearby counties. Although your time for traveling is not billable to the client per our remote work policy, we do offer a lodging stipend of $150 nightly for employees who must travel more than 100 miles to appear in court, and mileage reimbursement.  

    Salary range: $90-110k.


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