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The District Attorney of Solano County invites you to apply for the position of Deputy District Attorney II-IV. The Office currently seeks applicants who have significant prior felony jury trial experience in any one or more of the following Major Crimes areas, such as: homicide, sexual assault, gangs, domestic violence, human trafficking and career criminal.
The eligible list established from this recruitment will be used to fill part-time and full-time regular, limited-term or extra-help positions as vacancies occur or the need arises. Deadline: March 27, 2020. TO APPLY CLICK HERE.

Under general supervision or direction, performs increasingly difficult professional legal work in the analysis, preparation and prosecution of criminal cases before the court in Tuolumne County; and performs related duties as assigned. Open until filled. TO APPLY CLICK HERE.
Under direction, the Attorney – Criminal performs professional legal work in the Public Defender’s Office or District Attorney’s Office involving the defense or prosecution of criminal cases. Hiring on a continuous basis. TO APPLY CLICK HERE.
Job duties may include, under general supervision, performing a variety of criminal and civil investigations, trial preparations, and prosecutions; perform related work as required. Open until filled. TO APPLY CLICK HERE.
Performs legal work of average difficulty in representing the defense in criminal case accepted by or assigned to the Alternate Public Defender. Positions allocable to this class are characterized by the performance of legal tasks involved in representing the defense in a wide variety of misdemeanor cases or the less difficult felony cases accepted by or assigned to the Alternate Public Defender. Open until filled. TO APPLY CLICK HERE.
Under supervision or general direction, to perform legal work in the Office of the Public Defender; and to do related work as required. Open until filled. TO APPLY CLICK HERE.

The Federal Public Defender, Northern District of California is accepting applications for the position of a full-time Assistant Federal Public Defender. This attorney will be stationed in the San Francisco office. The Defender operates under the authority of the Criminal Justice Act, 18 U.S.C. § 3006A, to provide defense services in federal criminal cases. More information about the office may be found at www.ndcalfpd.org. Duties include trial, appellate and ancillary matters under the direction of the Federal Defender. This position is for a trial attorney in the San Francisco office of the Federal Defender. While this AFPD may appear before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, the attorney’s primary responsibility will be to represent clients in the District and Magistrate Courts of the Northern District of California. Open until filled. CLICK HERE TO APPLY.

As an Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Criminal Division, attorneys will be responsible for prosecuting federal crimes, including offenses involving drug trafficking and smuggling; child exploitation; gang activity and violence; illegal immigration; national security and border security; elder abuse; cybercrime; theft of intellectual property; and financial crimes, complex fraud and/or corruption in government, health care, banking, securities, corporate activities, federal procurement, bankruptcies, and federal taxation. They will also work with law enforcement agencies to investigate such crimes, research and brief legal issues, and represent the United States in hearings, trials, and appeals. Deadline: November 11, 2020. CLICK HERE TO APPLY.

Golden Gate University School of Law invites applications for a 2019-2020 adjunct professor position to teach Evidence in the Courtroom during the 2019 Fall or 2020 Spring Semesters. Extensive litigation experience, trial work, and teaching experience at an ABA law school are highly preferred qualifications. The ideal candidate will have significant experience in teaching the advocacy skills necessary for success in a litigation practice, such as drafting motions in limine, mastery of the Federal and California Rules of Evidence, trial preparation, making effective use of witness examinations and cross-examinations, and insuring ethical representation. We seek candidates with excellent communication skills, a strong work ethic, and a high degree of professionalism in all aspects of lawyering. It is also preferred that the candidate have prior publications and/or experience in the preparation of significant CLE materials. There is a possibility that the successful candidate will be able to add a substantive course to his or her teaching package, if desired, after the conclusion of the first semester of teaching. Areas of possibility include Criminal Litigation, Depositions, Expert Witnesses, and Motions Writing. Other potential courses may be available. The successful applicant must be a licensed attorney in a United States jurisdiction. Applications should consist of a cover letter, resume, and writing sample. Applications and inquiries should be directed to Professor Rachel Brockl, the Interim Director of the Litigation Program at rbrockl@ggu.edu.

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RACHEL BROCKL

Interim Director of the Litigation Program

  • 415-369-5212
  • rbrockl@ggu.edu

ROXANA ARAUJO

Litigation Center Baxter Fellow

  • 415-369-5213
  • baxterfellow@ggu.edu

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