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Appropriate Dispute Resolution (ADR) Program

The Superior Court of California, County of San Mateo, is seeking an ADR Program Managing Attorney to perform a wide variety of legal and administrative duties necessary to design, plan, develop and manage multiple direct service divisions of the court.
Requires active membership in the California State Bar. The ideal candidate will possess a working knowledge of California Superior Court operational procedures for the ADR Program Areas, Probate Court Investigations, Family Court Services, Family Law Facilitator's Office and Self Help.

Final Filing Date: May 17, 2019.
Apply online at: https://jobs.smcgov.org/

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The City of San Jose, Office of the City Attorney is seeking transactional attorneys with experience in real estate transactions. Public sector experience is preferred but not required.
This position will play an important role in providing advice and transactional services to the Mayor and City Council, City Manager, administrative departments, and boards and commissions, while also assisting with the implementation of major public and private projects.
Admission to the California State Bar is required for this position. A candidate should have a minimum of 3 years of relevant real estate work experience and good academic background. The successful candidate will possess excellent research, negotiation, and analytical abilities, along with superior writing, communication and interpersonal skills.
Please send resume including complete employment history to: Richard Doyle, City Attorney, 200 East Santa Clara Street, 16th Floor Tower, San Jose, CA 95113 ,
or e-mail to atty.res@sanjoseca.gov Initial application reviews will be 5/1/2019. The most qualified candidates will be invited for an interview.


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The Office of the Tulare County District Attorney is looking for qualified applicants for misdemeanor and felony prosecutions. Send resume and cover letter to ADA Robert Dempsie at


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Personal Injury Attorney
(Full Time - Burbank, CA)

The Company: LA Injury Attorneys is a dynamic Burbank based personal injury law firm seeking an Attorney for immediate consideration.

Requirements: Candidate must be experienced in all facets of personal injury litigation and be able to independently manage a case load, be licensed to practice law in the state of California, possess a valid driver's license, have their own transportation, and be willing to travel throughout the states to attend court hearings, depositions, and mediations. Must be authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis for any employer. Excellent organizational skills and time management a must. Spanish speaker is preferred, but not mandatory. Ability to adhere to strict deadlines while multi-tasking and working in a fast-paced environment is necessary. Experience with Needles case management program is preferred, but not required.

Job Description: Responsible for organizing and overseeing the progression of all litigated cases in the firm while working in conjunction with the partner, an associate, trial counsel, and litigation staff. Looking for candidates that have excellent oral and written communication skills, can handle a heavy case load, are team players with a service attitude, and have a superior ability to maintain effective relationships with other attorneys, staff and the general public.

Candidate will work within the various aspects of litigation, from filing lawsuits to preparing for trial. Among other things, duties will include: taking depositions; making court appearances; preparing pleadings and motions; propounding and responding to discovery; drafting meet and confer letters; and typing, formatting and proof-reading legal documents and correspondence, including mediation briefs, trial briefs, and MSC briefs from scratch. The attorney will also be responsible for getting cases ready for trial and/or settlement, reviewing discovery, negotiating settlements, and preparing all trial related documents with the assistance of a legal secretary.

Qualified candidates must have a thorough understanding of the processes of state and federal litigation. Must be experienced in, and knowledgeable of, e-filing, trial procedures and deadlines, discovery, case management, and calendaring. The candidate should be outgoing, creative, intelligent, professional, and polished. Candidate should also be flexible to work overtime. We offer a competitive salary, outstanding benefits package, and a team oriented environment.

When applying, provide your full name, resume, salary history, contact information, and reference information. Please send resumes immediately for interviews. Salary is based on experience.
Send resumes to alex@lainjuryattorneys.com
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