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U.S. Magistrate Judge, Los Angeles
Full time position for the Central District of California beginning as soon as the position is filled. The US District Court for the Central District of California is authorized to hold court in Los Angeles, Riverside and Santa Ana. The Magistrate Judge may hold court in any of those locations or be reassigned from one location in the District to another as workload may require. The duties of the Magistrate Judge are fully set forth in the Central District General Orders 05-07 and 06-01, available on the Court’s website at www.cacd.uscourts.gov.
Salary: $188,892 annually
Opening Date: June 13, 2017
Closing Date: July 13, 2017
Number of Positions: One
Vacancy No. 17-25
How to Apply: Send an email with an electronic version of the completed U.S. Magistrate Judge application and writing sample to
. An electronic version of the application form is available at http://www.cacd.uscourts.gov. A hard copy application may be obtained from the Human Resources Dept., US District Court, 312 N. Spring St, Rm 535, Los Angeles, CA 90012; phone (213) 894.3456.
Application packets must be received by the Human Resources Dept no later than July 13, 2017.
The Oakland City Attorney’s Office is seeking a highly motivated individual to serve as an attorney in the Neighborhood Law Corps.
The Neighborhood Law Corps (NLC) is a unique, innovative, and award-winning community law program that focuses on proactive, neighborhood-based and community-directed lawyering. The program – described as a cross between Legal Aid and the Peace Corps – brings legal resources and remedies into Oakland's diverse neighborhoods to address issues affecting quality of life in those communities.
The NLC attorney position is in the Affirmative Litigation, Innovation & Enforcement Division of the City Attorney’s Office. NLC attorneys focus on combating blight, human trafficking, public safety, tenant protection and other important community concerns and quality of life issues by performing litigation, policy work and other actions. The position is responsible for representing the City in state and federal courts and will provide significant litigation-related experience.
For more information and the full application, go to: http://www.oaklandcityattorney.org/AboutUs/job_ops.html