Job Listings

  • 03/23/2022 9:55 AM | 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 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 We encourage registration to our attorney e-mail subscription service.


    AAG – Tacoma Division’s Social & Health Services Section (DL: 3/27/22)

    AAG – Civil Rights Division, Seattle  (DL: 4/3/22)

    Division Chief – Washington State University Division, Pullman  (DL: 4/6/22) New!

    AAG – Labor and Industries Division, Tumwater (DL: 4/10/22)  New!

    AAG – Medicaid Fraud Control Division, Seattle (DL: 4/18/22)

    AAG – Regional Services Division, Yakima (Open continuous)

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

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

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

    AAG – Social and Health Services Division, Olympia – Mental Health Section (Open continuous)


  • 03/08/2022 7:05 PM | Anonymous

    New Posting - Details here.

  • 03/04/2022 9:49 AM | Anonymous

    Currently, the Washington State Office of the Insurance Commissioner has an opening for a part-time Presiding Officer in the  Administrative Hearings Unit. 

    Presiding Officer with the Office of the Insurance Commissioner.

  • 03/04/2022 9:47 AM | Anonymous

    Benefits Law Center (BLC) seeks an attorney with 0-6+ years of experience to join our team and our mission. This is a full-time position, exempt under the FLSA. The staff attorney will provide high quality Social Security advocacy to low-income people living in King County. The BLC staff attorney will be responsible for independently managing an active caseload, maintaining active relationships with community partner outreach locations, and mentoring volunteers. 

  • 02/24/2022 10:57 AM | Anonymous

    Trial attorney

    Allstate Staff Counsel is looking for a new senior Trial Attorney:

    • Three years' civil litigation a plus;
    • Job description: 
      • Handle caseload from inception through trial:
      • Conducts depositions and examinations under oath and prepares summary documents;
      • Prepares and conducts court appearances (matter management conferences, hearings, status conferences, etc.);
      • Conducts settlement/dispositive proceedings (e.g., mediations, arbitrations, etc.);
      • Try and/or arbitrate cases and prepares motions and summary documents;
      • Draft post-trial motions;

    Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:

    • Juris doctorate and a license to practice law in Washington (and/or other states as required)
      Apply now at:

  • 02/24/2022 10:54 AM | Anonymous

    Visit the following link to apply:

    About Stoel Rives and the Environment, Land Use, and Natural Resources Practice

    Within our nationally recognized Environment, Land Use and Natural Resources practice, we represent major businesses in the fisheries, forest products, mining, oil & gas, and renewable energy industries. As part of the team, you will have the opportunity to build and maintain strong relationships with agency officials and industry associations and you will have the opportunity to work on interesting, long-term projects with established clients. 

    If you are interested in working with a group of collaborative, hard-working, and dedicated lawyers and staff, this is the place for you.

    Like all of the firm’s practice groups, this group at Stoel Rives greatly values diversity and is also one of the most diverse at the firm. Fifty percent of attorneys, and seventy percent of new hires, identify as women, racial or ethnic minorities, and/or LGBTQ+ lawyers.

    Role Overview

    Stoel Rives’ Seattle Office is seeking an Associate with 1-4 years of experience for its Environment, Land Use and Natural Resources practice. Our associates gain exceptional first-hand experience on sophisticated legal matters through their work with senior lawyers and clients involving a variety of complex and cutting-edge issues pertaining to natural resource management, wildlife, and pollution control laws.

    Associates in our group enjoy close collaboration, working in teams, leadership opportunities, developing deep expertise on issues important to our clients, and meaningful opportunities to build connections with clients early in their career. 

    Skills Needed to Be Effective in This Role

    We pride ourselves in forming diverse teams with a wide array of interpersonal and professional attributes. We don’t expect any one person to embody all of these skills, but the below serves to describe our ideal team player. If you have many of these skills, and are enthusiastic to learn, we encourage you to apply.

    • Experience with environmental and natural resource issues and environmental litigation;
    • Experience in administrative proceedings or with regulatory compliance, including before state or federal agencies;
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills;
    • Good judgment, responsiveness, and perseverance;
    • Strong intellectual curiosity;
    • Self-motivation;
    • A commitment to client service and team success;
    • Federal court litigation or clerking experience;
    • JD from an accredited university; and
    • Active membership in or commitment to applying for the Washington State bar.

    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 are designed to provide a roadmap of the practical skills, abilities, and client service techniques our lawyers need to succeed and progress at the firm.  We also 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 

    At Stoel Rives, you will enjoy a robust benefits package that includes an inclusive parental leave policy, paid family medical leave, equivalent health benefits for LGBTQ+ employees’ spouses and 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 well-being of our employees is paramount to the success of the firm. In addition, the firm’s Culture Committee supports the firm’s mission, vision, and values in bringing together spectacular client service and work-life balance. 

    What We Are Doing to Ensure A Diverse, Equitable, and Inclusive Environment

    Stoel Rives places a high priority on attracting and retaining lawyers with different backgrounds and life experiences. This makes us better and happier as people, as an organization, and as legal advisers. We are proud to offer many engagement opportunities including a firmwide DE&I Committee, Associates Committee, Pro Bono Committee, Affinity Groups, and Parenting Circle.

    We proudly partner with Diversity Lab to implement innovative programs to advance Stoel Rives’ DE&I goals, including the aggressive metrics-based goals we’ve adopted as one of five founding Move the Needle Fund firms. Our efforts with Diversity Lab include certification under the Mansfield Rule, to boost the representation of diverse lawyers in our firm’s leadership by broadening the pool of candidates considered for opportunities, along with participation in the OnRamp Fellowship for legal returners and the OnTrack Sponsorship program. 


  • 02/24/2022 10:53 AM | Anonymous

    This position is located in the San Francisco Regional Office. This is a standard position description and may be used in any of the three San Francisco Region Offices (i.e. San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Seattle).

    ***Note: Practicing lawyers in California must be licensed by the State Bar. If selected for Los Angeles or San Francisco must be or become member of California Bar***

    Additional selections may be made from this vacancy announcement.

    This position is outside the bargaining unit

  • 02/24/2022 10:51 AM | Anonymous

    Deputy Chief Review Judge
    $83,877.00 - $117,323.00 Annually


    The Deputy Review Judge will review and issue decisions under their own signature, train new Review Judges, and manage the UI and PFML programs in the absence of the Chief Review Judge.  This position collaborates with the Chief Review Judge on operational issues, legislative matters, and on complex legal matters.


    In this role you will train and mentor newly hired Review Judges with a people centered focus, ensuring a cohesive team where all feel valued, and manage an active caseload. Your ability to remain nonpartisan in the cases we decide is essential as you review and issue Commissioner Decisions on select, complex UI and PFML cases under review from the Office of Administrative Hearings.

    If you’re ready to use your attention to detail to make a measurable difference in our customer’s lives, we encourage you to apply today!

    Some of what you will do:

    • Provide extensive training to newly hired Review Judges for up to a year.
    • Provide daily consultations and mentoring services to individual Review Judges.
    • Conduct regular training sessions for Review Judges regarding legal analysis and legal writing.
    • Review Assistant Attorney General’s closing statements and memos, making recommendations to the Chief Review Judge on pursuing appeals, consenting to remands, or settling cases.  
    • Consult with and makes recommendations to the Chief Review Judge on operational issues, long-term and short-term strategic planning, legislative matters, and regulatory issues.
    • At the direction of the Chief Review Judge, work closely with external/internal stakeholders on issues of mutual concern, i.e., the Office of Administrative Hearings, the Attorney General’s Office, ESD’s UI and PFML Divisions.
    • With the Chief Review Judge, annually makes final selection of precedential decisions.   
    • Perform duties of Chief Review Judge in Chief Review Judge’s absence.