Deputy Prosecuting Attorney (Criminal Division - 3 positions)
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Stoel Rives LLP is seeking an associate with 2-4 years of experience to join its growing Technology and Intellectual Property group as a trademark and copyright prosecution associate in Portland, Salt Lake City, or Seattle. The ideal candidate will have significant experience with trademark clearance and prosecution. Experience with copyrights, trademark disputes, product regulation and labeling, or advertising compliance is a plus.
The Skills Needed to Be Effective in This Role
If you possess these key skills and have a desire to learn in a dynamic, growing practice environment, we encourage you to apply.
Stoel Rives: Part of Our Team
A broader question you may have is “How will this position enhance my legal skills and career trajectory?” At Stoel Rives, we offer a unique lateral integration program and core competency model that is designed to promote the skills, abilities, and behaviors our lawyers should develop as they gain professional experience and make career progress at the firm. We established a New Lawyer Integration Program that has deepened our relationships and connections with our new lawyers, while providing them with the mentoring, resources, and information necessary for success.
How You Will Live Life Well at Stoel Rives, in Addition to Focusing on Your Work
At Stoel Rives, you will enjoy a robust benefits package that includes a gender-neutral parental leave policy for primary and secondary caretakers, paid family medical leave, equivalent health benefits for LGBTQ employees’ spouses/partners, a generous employer health savings account contribution, telemedicine services, day care and medical expense flexible spending account, and employee assistance program. In 2017, we launched an extended leave support program for our lawyers who take family, medical, and other approved leaves. This program also aids with transitioning to and from leave.
We are also proud participants of the ABA Well-Being Pledge, strongly believing that the health of our lawyers and well-being of our entire staff is paramount to the continued success of the firm.
What We Are Doing to Ensure A Diverse and Inclusive Environment
Stoel Rives places a high priority on implementing new approaches to attract and retain lawyers with different backgrounds and life experiences. Creating and sustaining partnerships with organizations that share this value is a key strategic component in this process. To that end, we have partnered with Diversity Lab to implement innovative programs to help advance Stoel Rives’ diversity and inclusion goals, including as one of five founding Move the Needle Fund firms.
ASSISTANT UNITED STATES ATTORNEY
UNITED STATES ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
Western District of Washington
Vacancy Announcement: 22-WDWA-AUSA-08 (Civil-Sea/Tac)
About the Office: The United States Attorney’s Office (USAO) for the Western District of Washington is responsible for representing the federal government in nearly all litigation involving the United States in the Western District of Washington (WDWA). This includes civil lawsuits by or against a Department or agency of the United States government (both affirmative and defensive litigation), representation of government officials under certain circumstances, and actions to collect judgments and restitution on behalf of victims and taxpayers. The USAO has an office size of approximately 74 Assistant United States Attorneys (AUSAs) and is divided into two litigating Divisions (Criminal and Civil) as well as an Appellate Division. The USAO’s main office is in Seattle, Washington, with a branch office located in Tacoma, Washington.
Our office places a high value on diversity of experiences and perspectives and encourages applications from qualified people from all ethnic and racial backgrounds, veterans, LGBTQ individuals, and persons with disabilities.
Job Description: This position will be located in the Civil Division of the WDWA. AUSAs in the Civil Division are responsible for representing the United States government and its Departments, agencies and employees in civil litigation filed in the District. Principle areas of the Division’s defensive practice include cases bought under Title VII alleging discrimination in hiring and employment practices by agencies and Departments of the United States; matters brought pursuant to the Federal Tort Claims Act, covering a wide range of personal injury claims including medical malpractice arising from treatment received at various federal medical facilities; and immigration litigation. Other areas of practice include judicial review of administrative findings, injunctive proceedings, and defending federal employees accused of constitutional violations.
The AUSAs in the Civil Division participate in litigation at both the trial and occasionally at the appellate levels. They take and defend depositions, propound and answer written discovery, negotiate for settlement, engage in motions practice, try cases in the United States District Court and, at times, write appellate briefs and argue before the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. The attorney hired for this position will be assigned a variety of defensive civil matters involving various areas of federal law, with a focus on employment litigation. Applicants with prior experience handling one or both of the following types of matters should describe that work in their cover letter:
Due to COVID-19, if selected, you may be expected to telework for an undefined period under the Department’s evacuation authority, even if your home is located outside the local commuting area. Employees in this status may be notified of a requirement to report in person to the component workplace with an advance notice of not less than 30 days. Prior to a requirement to report to the workplace, employees may be eligible to request to continue to telework one or more days a pay period depending upon the terms of the component’s telework policy.
Who May Apply: Any United States citizen.
Qualifications: The applicants must possess a J.D. Degree, be an active member of the bar (any jurisdiction), and have at least three years post-J.D. experience. Ideal qualifications include at least five years of post-J.D. litigation experience.
Applicants must demonstrate strong analytical skills and the ability to accurately identify the critical issues in a case. Applicants must also possess superior oral and writing skills, strong research skills, and the ability to exercise good judgment. To be successful, applicants must possess excellent communication and courtroom skills, and exhibit the ability to work in a supportive and professional manner with other attorneys, support staff and client agencies. Applicants must have a demonstrated capacity to function, with minimal guidance, in a highly demanding environment and in the highest ethical manner.
Applicants will be expected to do their own legal research and writing, and will be substantially self-sufficient in preparing day-to-day correspondence and pleadings. Applicants also must demonstrate excellent computer literacy skills to include experience with automated research on the Internet, electronic court filing, and electronic e-mail and word processing systems.
Travel: Occasional travel within and outside the District will be required.
Salary Information: Assistant United States Attorneys’ pay is administratively determined based, in part, on the number of years of professional attorney experience. The range of pay with locality is $78,538 – 176,200.
Location: Seattle or Tacoma, Washington.
Relocation Expenses: Relocation expenses are not authorized.
Application Process and Deadline Date: Interested persons must email the following items in pdf format to the email address listed below:
The Board of Industrial Insurance Appeals is recruiting for Industrial Appeals Review/Mediation Judges.
Salary Range: $106,152 – 114,360. Employees assigned to the Seattle Office receive an additional 5% premium pay.
Location: This recruitment pool will be used to fill positions as they become available in Lakewood, Olympia, Seattle, Spokane, Yakima.
Duties include but are not limited to:
The BIIA is most interested in candidates who have relevant experience, skills and abilities:
View the job announcement here: http://www.biia.wa.gov/Jobs.html
Please contact Christy Sterling, HR Manager, at Christy.firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-753-6823, ext. 1123 if you have any questions.
The Board of Industrial Insurance Appeals is recruiting for Industrial Appeals Judges (Hearings Judge).
Salary Range: Effective 7/1/22 - $98,592 – 106,152. Employees assigned to the Seattle Office receive an additional 5% premium pay.
Duties: The Hearings Judge presides over conferences and hearings where evidence is presented pursuant to Rules of Evidence and Superior Court Rules, and issues written decisions resolving appeals filed under the Industrial Insurance Act, Crime Victims Compensation Act, Washington Industrial Safety and Health Act, and other acts as determined by the Legislature.
Candidates must be an active or judicial member of the Washington State Bar Association.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Washington is inviting applications for a Staff Attorney/Senior Staff Attorney.
The ACLU of Washington is a non-profit, public interest organization devoted to protecting civil rights and civil liberties. Its staff and numerous volunteers typically work in a fast-paced and friendly office in downtown Seattle. Currently, the office is operating remotely.
The Administrative Office of the Courts has multiple new job opportunities posted. For more information about these positions, to review the job descriptions, inquire about benefits, or to apply, please click below:
Our Programs and Services Division has a unique opportunity for an attorney with excellent interpersonal communication skills both orally and in writing to join our team as the Hearings Examiner (HE 2) within the Hearings and Interviews Unit. This unit provides fair and impartial hearings for those drivers seeking due process for Department-issued sanctions.
This position allows for telework anywhere with Washington state.
Hearings Examiner (HE 2)
Seeking a problem solver and team player for a small family law firm based in Tacoma. 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):
Our ideal candidate will have about 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.
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 (requirement is 85 hours per month), and after your probationary period ends we offer you a generous work-from-home policy (30 percent of your work week), health insurance (we pay half your premium), all court holidays off and bar license fees paid, 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 base salary.
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $75,000.00 - $90,000.00 per year DOE
Job #: 2022-26
Status: Regular, Full-Time
Location: Olympia, Washington
Salary: Range 64: $67,560 - $88,644 per year (Depending on Qualifications)
Opens: April 25, 2022
Closes: May 11, 2022. AOC reserves the right to close the recruitment at any time.
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