Public Justice Seeking Summer Legal Intern in Washington DC or Oakland, CA, Applications Accepted on Rolling Basis
Public Justice, a national public interest law firm dedicated to pursuing justice for the victims of corporate and government abuse, seeks to hire two legal interns for Summer 2016. The interns will work in either Public Justice’s headquarters in Washington, D.C. or its Oakland, California office. Both interns will assist attorneys in both of Public Justice’s offices.
Public Justice’s legal interns research and develop new cases in conjunction with our staff attorneys, law fellows, and cooperating counsel. They also provide assistance to attorneys in ongoing litigation. Their work will not, however, focus on our Environmental Enforcement Project. Our interns are involved in legal research and writing, case review, and brainstorming on theories and approaches designed to ensure that justice is achieved.
Seattle City Light Seeking Employee Relations Manager, Position Open Until Filled
Seattle City Light is the nations’ 9th largest publicly owned utility based on the number of customers served. We are committed to ensuring that Seattle’s electric rates are affordable, that we provide reliable service, in an environmentally sound way. City Light is a recognized national leader in energy efficiency and environmental stewardship. Our 1,800 employees strive to exceed the customer service expectations of the residents of the City of Seattle and surrounding communities.
We are seeking an Employee Relations Manager to join the Seattle City Light Human Resources Leadership Team. Reporting to the Human Resources Officer, the successful candidate will deliver high quality employee relations counsel and support and be capable of developing proactive solutions while building strong relationships with all stakeholders. This position will play a key role in risk mitigation and will partner closely with other HR leaders to develop comprehensive, proactive plans and strategies to ensure a positive employee experience.
Washington State Attorney General’s Office Seeking Assistant Attorney Generals in Seattle and Olympia, Deadlines 7/29 and 7/31 Respectively
Washington AGO University of Washington Division (Seattle) Seeks Assistant Attorney General, Due 7/29
The University of Washington Division of the Washington State Attorney General’s Office is soliciting applications for a part-time labor and employment attorney. The UW Division of the Attorney General’s Office is responsible for providing comprehensive legal services to the University of Washington, one of the world’s leading public research universities. Attorneys in the division work in three (4-6 attorney) practice teams – the Employment Team, the Healthcare team and the General Practice Team. We are currently seeking an experienced attorney to fill a new 80% position (.8 FTE) on our Employment Team.
Washington AGO (Olympia) Seeks Assistant Attorney General – Revenue Division, Due 7/31
The Revenue Unit has an opening for a lawyer who enjoys working in a collegial and supportive environment. Revenue AAGs primarily handle all aspects of excise and property tax refund claims and provide advice to the Department of Revenue. Revenue AAGs generally practice before the Board of Tax Appeals (BTA) and the Thurston County Superior Court, and in the federal courts in tax disputes involving Indian law and other federal issues. Practice in the Revenue Unit includes engaging in written discovery and taking depositions, a considerable amount of legal research and writing, arguing motions and handling hearings before the BTA, and motions practice in the Thurston County Superior Court. Revenue AAGs also regularly handle appeals in the Washington Court of Appeals and the Washington Supreme Court, and occasionally work on tax cases that reach the United States Supreme Court. Revenue cases often involve challenging and complex statutory and constitutional issues, and multi-million dollar refund claims. And since virtually all business activity in Washington is taxed, Revenue AAGs get to learn about all sorts of different businesses.
King County Bar Association Seeking Pro Bono Services Program Coordinator, Due 7/30
The King County Bar Association Pro Bono Services promote social justice by establishing and managing volunteer-based, client-focused legal services programs and provides services on an equal and non-discriminatory basis for low income King County residents who would not otherwise receive legal assistance.
The Pro Bono Coordinator provides administrative support, project management, and tech support for the Pro Bono Services Director and to PBS Department.
King County Superior Court Judge John H. Chun Now Accepting Judicial Externship Applications, Fall Quarter Deadline 8/1
Judge John H. Chun seeks a judicial extern for the 2015-2016 Academic Year. Externs are expected to conduct legal research, legal analysis, legal writing, and observe in-court proceedings, including trials. Judge Chun will select his extern based on previous experience, grades, writing ability (including journal experience), and references.
Applications should include the following: cover letter (cover letter addressee: Ms. Jill Gerontis), resume, transcript, writing sample, and list of references. Applications may be submitted electronically to email@example.com or by regular mail.
Attention 2Ls & 3Ls! Upcoming Government Honors Deadlines
- Department of Education – Legal Internship Program Office of General Counsel (Unpaid) – Deadline 7/31/2015
- Commission on Security & Cooperation in Europe – US Helsinki Commission Internship Program (Unpaid) – Deadline 7/31/2015
- Federal Aviation Administration – Office of Chief Counsel Law Honors Internship Program (Unpaid) – Deadline 8/7/2015
- Department of Interior – Office of the Solicitor Legal Intern/Extern Program (Unpaid) – Deadline 7/31/2015
- National Public Radio (Washington, DC) – Policy & Representation Internship (Paid) – Deadline July 2015
- Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (Washington, DC) – Student Internship Program Executive Office of the President (Unpaid) – Deadline 8/1/2015
The Employment and Administrative Mandate Section of San Diego Seeks New Deputy Attorney General, Due 8/3
The Employment & Administrative Mandate Section (EAM) has an opening for Deputy Attorney General in its San Diego office. Deputy Attorney General III will also be considered. EAM’s employment litigation practice regularly involves jury trials and appellate arguments in state and federal courts. EAM’s advice practice provides representation to the Governor’s Office and over 100 state agencies in furtherance of the State of California’s mission to ensure equal employment opportunities for all. In addition to employment law, EAM represents such clients as the California Highway Patrol, the Department of Motor Vehicles, the State Lottery Commission, and the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control in a wide variety of legal matters. EAM attorneys litigate issues of statewide importance as part of our dedication to public service and the Attorney General’s mission to serve the People of California. EAM prosecutes employee disciplinary hearings and Horse Racing Board disciplinary matters; litigates writs of mandate involving the State’s drunk driving and alcohol beverage control laws and handles whistleblower complaints and personnel privacy issues. EAM is committed to providing attorneys with opportunities for professional growth in a collegial working environment.
Applicants must pass the online examination before submitting an application.
Center for Community Solutions Seeking Staff Attorney for Domestic Violence Program, Due 8/3
Since 1969, Center for Community Solutions (CCS) has been creating safe and healthy communities with a core emphasis on the prevention and intervention of sexual assault and relationship violence. Our mission is to end relationship and sexual violence by being a catalyst for caring communities and social justice.
The staff attorney will provide legal assistance to victims of domestic violence served by the East Domestic Violence Services (DVS) program. Supervision for the position is provided by the Litigation Manager. The position is stationed twenty hours per week at the El Cajon Courthouse to staff CCS’ Domestic Violence Restraining Order (DVRO) Clinic. The remaining twenty hours per week are devoted to providing additional legal services to clients, providing education for the DVS advocacy staff, and conducting training and outreach in the community.
Amnesty International Seeking Human Rights Education Coordinator, Due 8/4
Amnesty International is shifting its centralized International Secretariat (IS) into a more strong, coherent and visible presence in strategic locations in the global South.
In the Americas, we are developing a stronger presence by opening a regional office in Mexico City and de-concentrating some of the functions we currently base in the International Secretariat office in London, including our human rights education capacity. Being closer to the ground will enable us to operate with greater speed and relevance and to be more agile and responsible to the demands of our human rights agenda.
Amnesty International’s Regional Office is looking for an experienced Human Rights Education Coordinator to coordinate and manage the development and implementation of regional, and where appropriate, national human rights education strategies, plans and projects in the Americas.
Evergreen State College Seeking Director of Government Relations, Due 8/5
The Evergreen State College is a progressive, public liberal arts and sciences college located in Olympia, Washington, in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. The Director of Government Relations reports to the President’s Chief of Staff and has the authority to act independently to represent the President and the College on legislative matters within established guidelines and strategy.
The Director is responsible for coordinating the College’s work with the state Legislature, Governor’s Office, the Office of Financial Management and the Washington Student Achievement Council. Monitor and analyze state and federal legislation or proposals having impact on the College, and provide information on such to the College community. Work with the President and senior staff to develop positions on proposed state and federal legislation. Represent the College and its positions to the Legislature and others. Provide information to government officials as necessary. Work with local government, business and civic organizations to provide information about the College and develop positive relationships and partnerships.
Amnesty International Seeking Fall 2015 Legal Research Intern, Due 8/7
The Research Unit at Amnesty International USA is seeking legal interns with a strong background and interest in human rights to work on several US-based research projects during the fall semester of 2015. Interns will work on research projects which are being developed as part of AIUSA’s current campaigns on such issues as police accountability, torture, sexual reproductive rights and gun violence as well as the organization’s ongoing work on other issues such as immigration, national security and crimianl justice.
Clallam County Public Defender Seeking Entry-Level Attorney, Due 8/7
The Clallum Public Defender is hiring a full-time staff attorney. The attorney will be responsible for representing indigent defendants charged with misdemeanors in District Court, and must be able to organize and manage caseloads with minimum supervision.
Salary, D.O.E. with full benefit package.
For more information, see Symplicity.