San Francisco La Raza Lawyers

Job Postings

Job Postings

Employers hiring send job announcements to SF La Raza to reach Latinos in the legal profession, however, SF La Raza does not know if the job is filled nor endorse the company’s posting.


Google

Multiple openings

Tackle the most important challenges of the information age, like working with product and engineering teams to understand the local implications of their work. From contract negotiations to user experience, you'll create innovative solutions to complex business issues. Legal and policy teams are a vital part of Google’s success, shaping the future of internet policy and law.

Google is looking to hire qualified attorneys in a wide range of positions, so find the right job for you and apply today!

 

 
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Staff Attorney(s)

Multiple openings

Posted on April 24

The State Bar of California is the regulatory arm of the California Supreme Court responsible for licensing and disciplining attorneys. They are hiring for multiple positions and at different levels of experiences, from Attorney 1 to advance positions.

Attorney IV

The Attorney IV, under general direction of executive staff, performs the most complex and difficult legal work and/or provides high-level substantive and administrative leadership over the legal work of one or more complex State Bar programs or areas of practice.

 

 
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Deputy Attorney General

Deputy Attorney General III Position - Department of Justice/Correctional Law Section – San Francisco

Be part of an engaging team in a fast-paced and collegial litigation section!  Deputies in the Correctional Law Section are responsible for federal- and state-court litigation in both individual civil-rights cases, appellate matters, and complex class-action suits.  The cases address issues ranging from state torts to constitutional claims that concern various cutting-edge correctional issues, including religious practice, health care, equal protection, due process, use of force, transgender rights, and gang-management issues. Deputies may be responsible for their own cases from the initial appearance in trial court through appeal, including jury trials and oral argument.