Seattle Community Law Center and Department of Justice

Rolling Deadline:  Seattle Community Law Center: Mobile Attorney

Application Deadline:  Open until filled.SCLC

“We are looking for an attorney with 1-5 years of experience to serve the community as a Mobile
Attorney.   SCLC is a compassionate legal services organization, committed to delivering:
high-quality trauma informed advocacy centered on client needs; honor for the humanity of every client; and a continually inclusive and collaborative environment for all. We make direct legal
representation in Social Security matters accessible at the convenience of low-income
community members in King County. We offer legal advocacy that accommodates disabilities
and other barriers that low-income people may face.
We are hiring a mobile attorney so that we may better serve the needs of community members in the South end of King County. The mobile attorney will make SCLC’s client-centered
services available to people at several locations in South King County in partnership with community partners.”

Learn more and apply here

Due September 5:  U.S. Department of Justice: Attorney General’s Honors Program and Summer Law Intern Program

Application Deadline:  Tuesday, September 5, 2017DOJ - Attorney's Office

The online application for the Attorney General’s Honors Program (HP) and the Summer Law Intern Program (SLIP) opens July 31, 2017.  The deadline for law students and eligible graduates to apply is Tuesday, September 5, 2017 at 11:59 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time).  Honors Program information and a link to the application is at  SLIP information and a link to the application is at  Please spread the word about these exciting legal hiring programs and opportunities to join the United States Department of Justice!  Details regarding the participating components, program eligibility guidelines, and application instructions can be found at

Application Deadline:  Monday, July 10, 2017

The Campaign Finance Unit of the Washington State Attorney General’s Office has an opening for a lawyer with five-plus years of practice experience, including significant litigation experience as described in more detail below, to enforce state campaign finance and disclosure laws. The Unit currently consists of two attorneys and 3 staff who will handle assigned investigations and the civil regulatory enforcement litigation stemming from those investigations. The Unit is housed in Olympia.

The successful candidate will prosecute civil regulatory enforcement cases against defendants who violate state campaign finance laws. The successful candidate will be responsible for working as part of a team and oversee investigations, compose charging documents, conduct and answer discovery, bring and answer motions, participate in alternative dispute resolution, work with and against expert witnesses, handle superior court bench trials, including meeting deadlines for pre-trial schedules, and work with the Solicitor General’s Unit on case appeals, writing briefs and presenting oral arguments.

Learn more and apply here.