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Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Seeking to Join a Local Firm

Partner Level Civil Litigation Trial Attorney Looking to Join a Local Firm

20+ Years Experienced Partner Level Civil Litigation Trial Attorney is looking to join a local firm. Commercial, insurance, employment, intellectual property and real estate are areas of litigation emphasis. Significant transactional experience, as well. Looking to transition by the end of the year.  Email:


Wednesday, September 6, 2017


This position has full responsibility for planning and directing all of the operations for the Department of Public Defender. The Los Angeles Public Defender’s Office provides legal defense for any person who is not financially able to employ counsel and who is charged with any contempt or offense triable in the Superior or Justice Courts, at all stages of the proceedings, without expense to the defendant, except as otherwise provided by law.
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Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Oakland Seeking Deputy City Attorney II or Deputy City Attorney III

The Oakland City Attorney’s Office seeks a well-qualified, motivated attorney with significant land use experience for a Deputy City Attorney II or Deputy City Attorney III position in the Office's Advisory Division. Placement will depend upon experience.

The ideal candidate will have substantial California land use experience, either developed in-house (city, county, other governmental organization, or for a private company) or in a law firm with strong municipal land use expertise. The candidate should have knowledge and significant experience, including the ability quickly and effectively to perform at an advanced level, in CEQA/NEPA, the California Planning and Zoning Law and the Subdivision Map Act. A strong working knowledge of municipal law basics, such as the Brown Act, the Political Reform Act and the Public Records Act is desired. Expertise in handling land use writs in both trial and appellate courts and suits seeking declaratory and injunctive relief, as well as considerable Planning Commission experience also are desirable.

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