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California Minority Counsel Program
WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP
LEADING EFFECTIVELY AT ALL LEVELS
Monday, February 10, 2014
6:00 - 8:30 pm Program at 6:15 followed by networking reception
Ballard Spahr, LLP 2029 Century Park East, Los Angeles Conference Room A, Concourse Level
Nina Hernandez, Associate, Ballard Spahr, LLP - Moderator
Anna Segobia Masters, Partner, Winston & Strawn
Merle Vaughn, Managing Director & Law Firm Diversity Practice Leader, Major Lindsey & Africa
Vivian Yang, Senior Vice President & General Counsel, CityGrid Media
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Fed. Bureau of Prisons – Experienced Attorney
The legal practice at the Consolidated Legal Center (CLC) covers a wide variety of issues focusing on correctional law and litigation.
The position includes being involved in the management of a legal office that oversees the legal operations associated with several correctional institutions. The incumbent will be expected to provide advice and guidance to all levels of staff at these correctional facilities, including members of the Executive staff. The incumbent will also be expected to communicate with defense attorneys, prosecutors, federal courts and agency officials. The incumbent will need to develop a thorough knowledge of all aspects of BOP policy and practice as he/she may be required to appear in District Court on short notice to explain and advocate the agency's rationale for its correctional management decisions.
Interested parties must possess a J.D. degree, be an active member of the bar of any state or territory, or the District of Columbia, and have at least 2 years post-J.D. experience. Prior experience in correctional law is highly desired, though not required.
Associate, Patent Litigation, Perkins Coie LLP, San Francisco
The San Francisco office of Perkins Coie LLP is seeking an experienced associate to join its Patent Litigation group. Candidates must have 3 to 4 years of experience with patent litigation as well as commercial litigation, a degree in electrical engineering or computer science, experience at an AmLaw 100 law firm, excellent academic credentials and California bar admission. Significant work experience in the field of technical expertise is preferred.
Wells Fargo & Company, a diversified financial services company, is seeking an experienced employment attorney to join its Law Department in its Los Angeles or San Francisco offices. The individual selected will join a team of attorneys responsible for handling employment-related legal issues for Wells Fargo & Company and its subsidiaries, including managing claims and outside counsel relationships; providing advice, counsel and risk management training to business line management and Human Resources; and developing and drafting policies, plans, agreements and contracts.
5+ years’ experience as a practicing attorney. Juris Doctorate. State Bar membership is required.
Deputy Attorney Counsel – Office of Attorney General, Sacramento
Health, Education and Welfare (HEW) attorneys represent over 30 state agencies that administer a multitude of state health, education and welfare programs. HEW attorneys routinely practice before state and federal trial and appellate courts, including the California and United States Supreme Courts. Many cases handled by the section are brought as complex class actions and writ proceedings, may have statewide implications affecting millions of program beneficiaries, and may affect billions of dollars in funding.
Desirable Qualifications for this Position: Superior writing skills; effective oral advocacy skills; federal and state court litigation experience that includes responding to temporary restraining orders, and/or preliminary injunctions on an emergency basis; significant case responsibilities at both the trial and appellate levels; interest in and ability to handle politically sensitive, high profile, complex litigation; interest in health, education, and welfare policy.
Pacific Gas and Electric Company Seeks Applicants For Its 2014 Summer Internship Diversity Pipeline Program
We thrive on diversity at Pacific Gas and Electric Company and strive to cultivate a workplace where inclusion, acceptance and mutual respect are standard. We are also committed to increasing the diversity of attorneys practicing energy law. With this commitment in mind, in 2007 PG&E’s Law Department established its Diversity Pipeline Program. This program provides law students with an opportunity to experience PG&E’s multifaceted legal practice, interact with attorneys from various law firms, network with former Diversity Pipeline Program interns, and participate in the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (”LCLD”) Law School Mentoring Program.
During the eight-week internship program at PG&E's San Francisco office, four (4) first-year law students will receive a variety of work assignments in multiple practice areas which may include, among others, litigation, corporate, commercial and regulatory matters. The interns will also learn first-hand about PG&E’s business operations and interact with the Law Department’s business clients. Students will also participate in the LCLD Scholars conference in Dallas,Texas from June 5th-7th. Each student will receive an hourly rate of compensation targeted to equate to a $6,000 per-month salary. All compensation is subject to employee withholding. For more information about the LCLD program, see www.lcldnet.org.
The program will begin on Monday, June 2, 2014 and conclude on Friday, July 25, 2014.
Selection criteria include academic excellence, personal or professional achievement in overcoming hardship, and a demonstrated commitment to diversity. This program is only available to students who are currently first-year law students.
Applications are due no later than 8:00 p.m. (Pacific Standard Time) on Monday, January 13, 2014, no exceptions, and must include each of the following:
First-year course writing sample (limited to ten (10) pages)
Personal statement addressing selection criteria (limited to three (3) pages)
Applicants are responsible for assuring that their application is timely, accurate, and complete. Please send applications by email to:
If you are selected as a finalist, you will be asked to participate in an in-person or video-conferenced interview on a mutually convenient date between February 3rd and February 14th. Interviewees will be asked to bring their first semester grades to the interview.
PG&E provides equal opportunity in employment and advancement for all qualified persons without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, veteran status, marital status, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity or any non-job related factor.
The State Bar of California is Seeking Volunteers!!!
The State Bar of California is looking for approximately 200 volunteers to fill various positions on more than three dozen of its committees, boards and commissions.
Groups with open positions range from committees dealing with access and fairness issues to section executive committees focused on particular areas of the law to a committee addressing questions of professional responsibility and conduct.
Positions on legal services committees are also available for those interested in helping provide legal services to poor and middle-income individuals. Most appointments carry a three-year term, with committee terms beginning on September 14, 2014.
A complete list of openings, application forms and detailed committee information are available at the State Bar’s website at www.calbar.org/appointments. Applicants can apply to up to three committees, but may only be appointed to one.
Individuals can also obtain application materials by calling the State Bar appointments office at 415-538-2370 or by faxing 415-538-2305. The application deadline for most positions is February 3, 2014.
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