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The job posting(s) appearing on this site are for informational purposes only and have not been verified by the San Luis Obispo County Bar Association (“SLOBAR”).  Any such posting does not imply any promotion, affiliation, endorsement, sponsorship or partnership by SLOBAR with any of the employers whose employment opportunities may appear here.  


 Legal Assistant/Office Manager

Glick Haupt Marino LLP is a seeking full-time Legal Assistant/Office manager. Applicant shall have experience working in a legal setting and preferably have familiarity with corporate law, business law, real property law and civil litigation. Typical duties include, but are not limited to, the following:

Preparing/processing correspondence, pleadings and discovery requests/responses 
Assisting with real estate and business transactions 
Calendaring and complying with court and office based deadlines 
Managing client intake process, timekeeping and billing 
Answering phones and communicating with clients 
Tracking fees and costs related to client matters 
Preparing and sending out monthly client invoices 
Paying and logging office expenses/invoices; maintaining office supplies and vendors 
Resolving minor IT issues 
General oversight of the office’s day-to-day tasks, attorney agendas and needs 

Qualifications and Skills:
 • Minimum 3 years of litigation legal secretary experience including local, state, and federal court rules and civil procedures. Corporate, real estate, and/or transactional work experience a plus 
• High School Diploma or GED required. 
• Superior computer skills, specifically with Microsoft Suite (e.g Word, Excel, Outlook, etc) and Adobe Acrobat Pro 
• Valid driver’s license and automobile insurance 
• California Notary Public or ability to obtain certification of Notary Public 
• Friendly, outgoing, and pleasant personality 
• Excellent communication, interpersonal, organizational, and administrative skills, with meticulous attention to detail 
• Ability to take initiative, work independently, and assume responsibility to prioritize multiple tasks, deal with urgent client needs, and work under tight time deadlines 
• Strong vocabulary, grammar, spelling, and punctuation skills 
• Must be a team player focused on internal and external service 

Compensation commensurate with experience. Offer of employment is contingent upon the background check 

Please provide a cover letter, resume and professional references to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 


 

 Senior Counsel, Benefits (0201)

 The Office of General Counsel (OGC) delivers ethical, timely, efficient and high quality legal services to the University of California ten campuses, five medical centers, and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, as well as to the Board of Regents, the President, the Chancellors and other officers of the University. Its services include prosecuting and defending litigation, drafting and negotiating agreements, providing advice, counsel and interpretation of laws, regulations and policies, and assisting with development of effective compliance and risk mitigation strategies to facilitate the University's complex operations. 


Reporting to the Deputy General Counsel, Employment, Labor and Benefits, the Senior Counsel provides advice to clients regarding risk assessment and liability, independently handling a full range of legal matters and projects in the employee benefits area. Provides substantial expertise within the University in employee benefits law. Advises on legal issues affecting retirement and health and welfare benefits across the UC system, including system-wide and campus Human Resources, Academic Personnel, Office of the Chief Investment Officer, as well as managers and supervisors. 

Drafts, reviews and revises a variety of plan documents and communications involving the University's employee benefit plans, as well as benefits-related policies and contracts. Acts as a liaison with outside counsel engaged to assist on employee benefits matters and may assist University and outside counsel in benefits-related litigation. 

The position requires a J.D. from an accredited law school and membership, in good standing, of the California State Bar.  Also requires substantial knowledge of federal and state laws affecting employee benefits plans, including the Internal Revenue Code, HIPAA and state privacy laws, and the Affordable Care Act. Must be familiar with defined benefit and defined contribution retirement plans and the range of health and welfare benefit plans. Knowledge of governmental plans a plus. 

Quick link for more information:  jobs.ucop.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=60163

 


  

Los Angeles Superior Court is accepting applications to fill the position listed below:

Only online applications will be accepted

 

 OPEN COMPETITIVE OPPORTUNITY  

 

Exam Title:        Senior Self-Help Attorney  (Click here, to apply)

(Official classification: Senior Family Law Attorney)

 

Exam No.:          R9733B

Filing Type:        Open Competitive

Filing Period:     01/09/2018 - continuous

Salary:                $7,681.27 - $10,636.09 Monthly

 

 

 


 

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT:
Deputy City Attorney III or IV Real Estate – Oakland City Attorney’s Office
Open until filled

The City Attorney’s Office seeks a seasoned real estate attorney with significant expertise in development and/or transactional aspects of real estate to fill the position of Deputy City Attorney III or Deputy City Attorney IV, depending on experience.  

The ideal candidate will fill a position in the City Attorney’s Real Estate Unit and will advise the City’s Real Estate Department on varied transactional work related to the sale, acquisition and lease of property; the City’s Economic Workforce Development Department on varied work related to the development and other disposition of City property; or a combination of both, depending on qualifications.  The City Attorney may assign the selected attorney to new, additional or different duties or practice areas in either litigation or transactional work in the future.

For more information and the full application, go to: http://www.oaklandcityattorney.org/AboutUs/job_ops.html

  


 

 

  Los Angeles Superior Court is accepting applications to fill the position listed below:

Only online applications will be accepted

 Exam Title:         Court Reporter (Full-time, part-time 3/5 – 3 days per week, and daily as needed) (Click here, to apply)

Exam No.:           R9727E
Filing Type:        Open Competitive
Filing Period:     8/16/2017 -  Continuous
Salary:                 Full-time                            $7,133.27 - $8,393.82 Monthly
                             Part-time 3/5:                  $4,279.96 - $5,036.29 Monthly
                             Daily as needed:              $365.57 Daily

 

For a listing of current vacancies, please visit Los Angeles Superior Court website at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/lasc

 

 


 

 UC Berkeley is seeking a senior leader who has solid experience working on legal issues affecting major public research universities and in providing sophisticated legal advice in a broad range of areas. The Chief Campus Counsel will maintain a significant individual legal portfolio and lead a small team of legal colleagues and staff. We are looking for candidates who have approximately 15 years of complex, high-level legal experience, experience managing attorneys, and membership in the State Bar of CA (or are willing to pass the July 2018 CA bar exam).


The recruitment announcement and position description can be found here: https://evcp.berkeley.edu/search-announcement-chief-campus-counsel

 

 


 

  

The University of California, Office of the President invites qualified candidates to apply for an exciting senior level opportunity: Senior Counsel – Business Finance and Innovation. The Office of the President is the system-wide headquarters of the University of California, managing its fiscal and business operations, supporting the academic and research missions across its ten campuses, labs and five medical centers.

 Minimum Qualifications for an ideal candidate include: 

  • Must possess a J.D. from an accredited law school and be a member in good standing of the California Bar.
  • Minimum of eight years of corporate transactional and finance experience; must have proven public finance experience. Exceptional candidates with less experience will be considered.
  • Expert in external finance programs and other third-party financing.
  • Experience handling a broad range of corporate transactions including municipal finance, particularly with respect to higher education municipal bond financing
  • Experience with other forms of debt and hedging instruments and third-party financing for developments
  • Knowledge of the laws governing municipal financing, as well as significant experience executing tax-exempt and taxable municipal finance transactions for capital projects and a general working knowledge of real estate concepts.

 

The University offers a competitive salary and benefits program.  To learn more, click here: Working at UC.  Qualified candidates - please view the full job description and apply with a resume and cover letter online at Senior Counsel – Business Finance and Innovation 

or website: https://jobs.ucop.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/frameset/Frameset.jsp?time=1502833817687

  


 

 

 The University of California has posted an outstanding opportunity for an experienced attorney (at the Counsel 2 level) to join the Educational Affairs, Public Accountability & Governance (EAPAG) group in the Office of General Counsel.  

 This is a new position within a practice group that advises University of California leadership and administrators at both the University’s system-wide Office of the President (UCOP) and at UC’s ten campuses, five medical centers, and one National Laboratory on a broad range of legal matters in support of the University’s core academic mission.  

 Issue areas on which this person may be asked to provide legal research, support, advice and advocacy include conflicts of interest, free speech and academic freedom, the University’s constitutional autonomy, governance practices, student affairs and discipline (including student sexual harassment and sexual violence cases), student residency, faculty issues including privilege and tenure, immigration, campus safety, privacy, open meetings, public records, research compliance, and more. 

 For more information about the position, and the required qualifications, please review the full position description, which is posted at:    

https://jobs.ucop.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=60660