Alumni Job Opportunities Bulletin

University of South Carolina
School of Law
Alumni Job Opportunities
The University of South Carolina School of Law is committed to a policy of
nondiscrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation,
age, handicap, or disability. Accordingly, the law school=s facilities are available only to
employers whose practices are consistent with this policy.
The University of South Carolina and the School of Law provide equal opportunity and
affirmative action in education and employment for all qualified persons regardless of race,
color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, or veteran status. The
#050 -University of South Carolina has designated as the ADA Title II, Section 504 and
Title IX coordinator the Executive Assistant to the President for Equal Opportunity Programs.
The Office of the Executive Assistant to the President for Equal Opportunity Programs is located
at 1600 Hampton Street, Columbia, SC; telephone 803-777-3854.
Office of Career Services
University of South Carolina School of Law
Suite 139, 701 South Main Street
Columbia, SC 29208
Phyllis B. Burkhard, Director
803-777-8479/fax 803-777-8565
www.law.sc.edu
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ATTENTION! USC LAW SCHOOL ALUMNI
IF YOU HAVE A NEW HOME ADDRESS or a NEW WORK ADDRESS PLEASE notify the
Career Services Office by sending the information to the following e-Mail address - Please
include your class year and current telephone numbers.
[email protected]
********Disclaimer********
The University of South Carolina School of Law Office of Career Services posts job
opportunities as a service to alumni and employers, and does not validate or guarantee
the accuracy of the information posted. Further, the Office of Career Services does not
endorse or make any representation concerning the opportunities posted or the people
or organization posting them. Applicants are encouraged to research employers and
employment opportunities independently as part of the job search process. For Real
Estate postings please pay special attention to the South Carolina Supreme Court
requirements for closing attorneys.
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Jobs are posted in the order received. Postings will remain on website for
approximately three (3) months unless deadline dates are included or
employers request removal of postings. Permanent postings and websites are
listed at the end.
Family Shelter – (alumni)
Columbia, SC
Established in 1979, Family Shelter is the only agency in the Midlands that provides emergency
shelter services to homeless children and their families. Before the Family Shelter's
establishment, the only options for homeless families looking for emergency shelter were to
separate or remain as a unit living on the street, in a car, or with a family member. Today, the
Family Shelter works with homeless families to give them another option in their time of crisis.
Our Mission:
To provide emergency shelter in a stable living environment for homeless children and their
parents and help our residents build life skills needed to regain independence.
What we do:
The Family Shelter provides emergency shelter and enrichment services to homeless families
with children. We provide a safe haven during a period of crisis and provide support and
resources to encourage long-term independence. Our specific programs are:
Emergency Shelter:
We provide emergency shelter for up to 120 days for 15 families at a time. Our residents live in a
dorm-style setting where 2-4 family members live in one furnished room and share a hall-access
bathroom with families. We supply up to three meals a day as well as afternoon snacks to all of
our residents.
Support Services:
Case Management - All parents to attend weekly case management meetings to help keep them
on track and ensure incremental progress in finding housing and employment. In addition to
supporting the housing and employment search, case management is also the means through
which we offer a variety of other resource referrals for our residents.
Individual & Family Counseling: Homeless parents and children experience an enormous
amount of daily stress and uncertainty. Our LPC Family Services Director is available to meet
with parents or children or an entire family to offer emotional and psychological support during
their stay at Family Shelter.
Enrichment Services
In addition to family support services, we offer many enrichment activities to help parents and
children learn and grow and become more prepared to thrive when they leave our shelter.
Ongoing enrichment programs include parent education, homework help, monthly teen outings,
weekly storytime, music classes, and access to an onsite library.
The Candidate
The Family Shelter is searching for a new Executive Director. The successful candidate will
have demonstrated ability to lead and manage a nonprofit organization that seeks to reduce the
impact of homelessness on children and families. Through innovation, strategic leadership,
energy and commitment, the Executive Director will take the Family Shelter to the next level of
excellence, inspiring and elevating support. The individual selected must have the following
skills and expertise:
1. Demonstrated successful fund raising expertise. It is critical to the future of The Family
Shelter that funding is secure; strengthening relationships, identifying new sources of revenue,
grant and proposal writing and development of diverse funding will help assure the organization
can grow and thrive.
2. Expertise in nonprofit management. The Executive Director must inspire confidence and
provide leadership and vision to ensure a promising future for The Family Shelter. He or she will
be able to build an effective staff team working together toward a common vision. The Executive
Director will have the proven ability to engage, manage, motivate and unite staff around
common goals. Successful experience working with a Board of Directors is also important.
3. Effective communication skills. The Executive Director must have the ability to communicate
with diverse populations as well as effectively represent the organization in the community. He
or she will be able to face problems directly in a professional and assertive manner and make
difficult decisions. The Executive Director must be able to clearly and persuasively communicate
in formal and extemporaneous settings and convey passion for the Family Shelter’s mission.
4. Strong relationship building skills. The ideal candidate will have the skills needed to help
build strong relationships with staff, board members, funders, and community stakeholders. He
or she will have the ability to build collaborative relationships among community partners,
working together to build a seamless continuum of care in our community.
The Qualifications
The Executive Director of The Family Shelter is directly responsible to the Board of Directors
for the overall administrative leadership in achieving the organization’s mission. The Executive
Director recommends and participates in Board formulation of new policies, procedures and
programs; administers and directs programs approved by the Board; maintains effective staff
organization and performance to assure attainment of objectives and services; and achieves
economic, productive and constructive growth of Family Shelter through strong management and
staff leadership.
Additional assets being sought include:
- Genuine compassion and understanding of the complexities of homeless families.
- The ability to inspire and energize others
- Excellent community building skills with an ability to work effectively with a variety of
partners and stakeholders
- Ability to create an environment that welcomes feedback, discussion and new ideas that
encourages innovation and new direction with the frame of The Family Shelter’s mission.
- Ability to analyze and tackle problems in a fair and collaborative manner, as well as implement
systems, processes, and accountabilities necessary to support solutions.
- Proven business acumen with a track record of effective financial management and budgeting.
- Ability to engage the board, staff, partners and stakeholders in decision making to build
consensus.
- Ability to analyze and tackle problems in a fair and collaborative manner, as well as implement
systems, processes, and accountabilities necessary to support solutions.
- Bachelor’s degree in one of the social sciences, business, public administration or related field
with five (5) years experience in successfully developing and managing human
services/nonprofit programs; or Masters degree in one of the social sciences, business, public
administration or related field, with two (2) years experience in successfully developing and
managing human services/nonprofit programs, or any combination of education and experience
commensurate to the job.
Interested applicants should send a cover letter that highlights the candidate’s success in one or
more of the four prerequisite areas of expertise outlined in the profile along with their resume
and salary requirements to:
Search Committee
The Family Shelter
c/o ccbozard consulting
[email protected]
Posted: 11/26/14. Job Listing #204.
U.S. Department of Justice
Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR)
Falls Church, VA 22041
Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR)
Office of the General Counsel
Attorney
Falls Church, VA 22041
United States
EOIR-15-0006
About the Office:
The Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR), United States Department of Justice, is
seeking applications for the position of General Counsel.
The General Counsel serves as the principal legal advisor for the Executive Office for
Immigration Review. Under authority delegated by the Attorney General of the United States,
the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) interprets and administers federal
immigration laws through the conduct of immigration court proceedings, appellate reviews, and
administrative hearings.
The primary mission of the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) is to adjudicate
immigration cases by fairly, expeditiously, and uniformly interpreting and administering the
Nation's immigration laws. Under delegated authority from the Attorney General, EOIR
conducts immigration court proceedings, appellate reviews, and administrative hearings. EOIR
consists of three adjudicatory components: The Office of the Chief Immigration Judge, which is
responsible for managing the Immigration Courts where Immigration Judges adjudicate
individual cases; the Board of Immigration Appeals, which primarily conducts appellate reviews
of these Immigration Judge decisions; and the Office of the Chief Administrative Hearing
Officer, which adjudicates immigration-related employment cases.
KEY REQUIREMENTS
You must be a U.S. Citizen or National.
You must complete a background investigation, credit check, and drug test.
Selective Service Registration is required, as applicable.
Moving and Relocation Expenses are not authorized.
Resume and supporting documents are required. (See How to Apply Section)
Job Description:
Office for Immigration Review (EOIR). The General Counsel is responsible for directing and
supervising all functions and programs within the Office of the General Counsel. The Office of
the General Counsel (OGC) staff coordinates the development of agency regulations, reviews
and comments on proposed legislation, and responds to all Freedom of Information and Privacy
Act requests. In addition, OGC is the designated point of contact regarding Standards of Conduct
and other ethics guidance for all EOIR employees.
The Employee/Labor Relations Unit of OGC advises agency managers on personnel issues,
defends Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) actions field against the agency, monitors
investigations conducted by the Office of Professional Responsibility .n the Department of
Justice (DOI), and defends against charges of unfair labor practices. OGC administers the
Attorney Disciplinary Program and the Fraud and Abuse Preventation Program. OGC also serves
as the principal point of contact for U.S. Attorney offices, other DOJ offices, and government
agencies on all legal matters.
Qualifications:
You must possess an LL.B or a J.D. degree and be duly licensed and authorized to practice.
Law as an attorney under the laws of a state, a territory or the District of Columbia (include date
of admission to bar); and have a minimum of seven (7) years of relevant, post-bar admission
legal experience at the time you submit your application, with at least one year of experience at a
level equivalent to the GS-15 level in Federal service.
Mandatory Professional/Technical Qualification Requirements:
In addition to the managerial ECQs below, qualified candidates must possess the following
technical qualifications Possession of these technical qualifications must be clearly documented
in your application package and should be addressed separately.
1. Ability to interpret cases, statutes and administrative regulations and apply them to an
organization’s mission.
2. Comprehensive knowledge of immigration law and procedure, with particular expertise in
administrative and judicial case law and regulations.
3. Ability to draft regulations to implement Department and agency policy and statutory
requirements.
4. Ability to represent an organization in administrative hearings and proceedings, and at labor
negotiations.
5. Demonstrated decision-making, problem-solving, and legal writing.
6. Ability to create a customer-service driven organization.
Executive/Managerial Requirements:
ECQ 1 - LEADING CHANGE. This core qualification encompasses the ability to develop and
implement an organizational vision, which integrates key national and program goals, priorities,
values, and other factors. Inherent to it is the ability to balance change and continuity--to
continually strive to improve customer service and program performance within the basic
Government framework, to create a work environment that encourages creative thinking, and to
maintain focus, intensity and persistence, even under adversity.
•Leadership Competencies: Creativity & Innovation, Continual Learning, External Awareness,
Flexibility, Resilience, Service Motivation, Strategic Thinking, Vision.
ECQ 2 - LEADING PEOPLE. This core qualification involves the ability to design and
implement strategies, which maximize employee potential and foster high ethical standards in
meeting the organization's vision, mission, and goals.
•Leadership Competencies: Conflict Management, Cultural Awareness, Integrity/Honesty, Team
Building.
ECQ 3 - RESULTS DRIVEN. This core qualification stresses accountability and continuous
improvement. It includes the ability to make timely and effective decisions and produce results
through strategic planning and the implementation and evaluation of programs and policies.
•Leadership Competencies: Accountability, Customer Service, Decisiveness, Entrepreneurship,
Problem Solving, Technical Credibility.
ECQ 4 - BUSINESS ACUMEN. This core qualification involves the ability to acquire and
administer human, financial, material, and information resources in a manner which instills
public trust and accomplishes the organization's mission, and to use new technology to enhance
decision making.
•Leadership Competencies: Financial Management, Technology Management, Human Resources
Management.
ECQ 5 - BUILDING COALITIONS. This core qualification involves the ability to explain,
advocate and express facts and ideas in a convincing manner, and negotiate with individuals and
groups internally and externally. It also involves the ability to develop an expansive professional
network with other organizations, and to identify the internal and external politics that impact the
work of the organization.
•Leadership Competencies: Influencing/Negotiating, Interpersonal Skills, Oral Communication,
Partnering, Political Savvy, Written Communication.
You must be a U.S. citizen to qualify for this position.
The managerial qualifications of a selectee who is not a current or former career Senior
Executive Service (SES) employee must be approved by the Office of Personnel Management
(OPM) before appointment. In addition, individuals entering the SES career service for the first
time are subject to a one-year probationary period.
Salary: The salary range varies between: $120,749.00 to $181,500.00 Per Year
Travel: Periodic travel is required.
Application Process:
To receive consideration, applicants must submit:
1. A resume
2. A separate statement addressing each of the Mandatory Professional/Technical Qualification
Requirements.
3. A separate statement addressing each ECQ that describes your managerial experience. While
individuals who are current or former career SES members (approved by OPM and have
completed an initial probationary period) need not submit an Executive Core Qualifications
statement, they are required to provide an SF-50 or SES certificate to demonstrate their current
or prior service. Otherwise, the absence of ECQs will be identified as a failure to comply with
the requirements of the vacancy. Applicants must meet qualification requirements by the closing
date of the announcement.
4. If you are a current or recent Federal employee, you must submit a copy of your latest
Notification of Personnel Action (SF-50) and a performance appraisal issued within the past 12
months, or if none exists, please include a statement to that effect.
Failure to submit the required documentation will result in a disqualifying score.
Candidates will be evaluated on the mandatory Professional/Technical Qualification
Requirements identified above. Based on their total background, i.e., education, training, selfdevelopment, awards, outside activities, performance appraisal, as well as work history. If
candidates are found to possess all technical requirements, they will then be evaluated based on
the Executive Core Qualifications as established by the U.S. Office of Personnel Management
(OPM) outlined above.
OPM's Guide to Senior Executive Service Qualifications can assist you in writing an effective
SES application. In particular, please note the Challenge-Context-Action-Result Model that is
recommended and very helpful when drafting ECQ narrative responses. The Guide is available
on OPM's Website at: http://www.opm.gov/ses/references/guidetoSESQuals_2012.pdf. The
Application Package must be received by 11:59 PM, Eastern Time, on the closing date of this
announcement.
Please submit your application through USAJOBS. The list of required documents can be found
in the USAJobs announcement.
1. If you do not already have an account, please create a USAjobs account before applying
Create an Account. You will be able to upload your resume and supporting documents and
complete your profile prior to applying.
2. Once you have an account, apply to the USAjobs vacancy:
https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/383094700.
Application Deadline: Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Relocation Expenses: Relocation expenses are not authorized.
Number of Positions: 1
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Department Policies
Equal Employment Opportunity: The U.S. Department of Justice is an Equal
Opportunity/Reasonable Accommodation Employer. Except where otherwise provided by law,
there will be no discrimination because of color, race, religion, national origin, political
affiliation, marital status, disability (physical or mental), age, sex, gender identity, sexual
orientation, genetic information, status as a parent, membership or non-membership in an
employee organization, on the basis of personal favoritism, or any other non-merit factor. The
Department of Justice welcomes and encourages applications from persons with physical and
mental disabilities. The Department is firmly committed to satisfying its affirmative obligations
under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, to ensure that persons with disabilities have every
opportunity to be hired and advanced on the basis of merit within the Department of Justice.
Reasonable Accommodations: This agency provides reasonable accommodation to applicants
with disabilities where appropriate. If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the
application and hiring process, please notify the agency. Determinations on requests for
reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis.
Outreach and Recruitment for Qualified Applicants with Disabilities: The Department
encourages qualified applicants with disabilities, including individuals with targeted/severe
disabilities to apply in response to posted vacancy announcements. Qualified applicants with
targeted/severe disabilities may be eligible for direct hire, non-competitive appointment under
Schedule A (5 C.F.R. § 213.3102(u)) hiring authority. Individuals with targeted/severe
disabilities are encouraged to register for the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Shared
List of People with Disabilities (the Bender Disability Employment Registry) by submitting their
resume to [email protected] and referencing "Federal Career Opportunities" in the
subject line. Additional information about the Bender Registry is available at
www.benderconsult.com . Individuals with disabilities may also contact one of the
Department’s Disability Points of Contact (DPOC). See list of DPOCs.
Suitability and Citizenship: It is the policy of the Department to achieve a drug-free workplace
and persons selected for employment will be required to pass a drug test which screens for illegal
drug use prior to final appointment. Employment is also contingent upon the completion and
satisfactory adjudication of a background investigation. Only U.S. citizens are eligible for
employment with the Executive Office for Immigration Review and the United States Attorneys'
Offices. Unless otherwise indicated in a particular job advertisement, non-U.S. Citizens may
apply for employment with other organizations, but should be advised that appointments of nonU.S. Citizens are extremely rare; such appointments would be possible only if necessary to
accomplish the Department's mission and would be subject to strict security
requirements. Applicants who hold dual citizenship in the U.S. and another country will be
considered on a case-by-case basis.
Veterans: There is no formal rating system for applying veterans' preference to attorney
appointments in the excepted service; however, the Department of Justice considers veterans'
preference eligibility as a positive factor in attorney hiring. Applicants eligible for veterans'
preference must include that information in their cover letter or resume and attach supporting
documentation (e.g., the DD 214, Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty and
other supporting documentation) to their submissions. Although the "point" system is not used,
per se, applicants eligible to claim 10-point preference must submit Standard Form (SF) 15,
Application for 10-Point Veteran Preference, and submit the supporting documentation required
for the specific type of preference claimed (visit the OPM website,
www.opm.gov/forms/pdf_fill/SF15.pdf for a copy of SF 15, which lists the types of 10-point
preferences and the required supporting document(s). Applicants should note that SF 15 requires
supporting documentation associated with service- connected disabilities or receipt of
nonservice-connected disability pensions to be dated 1991 or later except in the case of service
members submitting official statements or retirement orders from a branch of the Armed Forces
showing that his or her retirement was due to a permanent service-connected disability or that
he/she was transferred to the permanent disability retired list (the statement or retirement orders
must indicate that the disability is 10% or more).
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This and other vacancy announcements can be found under Attorney Vacancies and Volunteer
Legal Internships. The Department of Justice cannot control further dissemination and/or posting
of information contained in this vacancy announcement. Such posting and/or dissemination is
not an endorsement by the Department of the organization or group disseminating and/or posting
the information.
Posted: 11/24/14. Job Listing #203.
U.S. Department of Justice Tax Division – (alumni)
Washington, D.C.
Tax Division (TAX)
Attorney
Washington, DC 20530
United States
About the Office:
The Tax Division is hiring criminal trial lawyers who have a passion for litigation, a deep
interest in public service, the ability to work both collaboratively and independently, and a
willingness to travel. Any attorney who enjoys the challenges of criminal litigation and complex,
financial-related trial work and wishes to litigate cases in federal court on behalf of the United
States should consider applying for a trial attorney position with the Criminal Enforcement
Sections of the Tax Division. Trial attorneys investigate and litigate federal litigation cases by
working with the United States Attorney's offices, IRS, FBI and other federal, state, and local
law enforcement agencies.
The mission of the Tax Division is to enforce the nation's tax laws fully, fairly, and consistently,
through both criminal and civil litigation, in order to promote voluntary compliance with the tax
laws, maintain public confidence in the integrity of the tax system, and promote the sound
development of the law. The attorneys in the Criminal Trial Sections represent the United States
in litigation in federal courts across the country.
The Tax Division is ranked as “one of the best places to work” in government by the Partnership
for Public Service. We seek to create a work environment and organizational culture that reflect
the diversity of American society, and that foster the success of every employee by appreciating
and building upon the skills, experiences, and uniqueness that each employee brings to the
workplace.
We place a high value on diversity of experience and cultural perspective and encourage
applications from all interested eligible candidates, including attorneys of all ages from all ethnic
and racial backgrounds, all sexual orientations and gender identities, political affiliations, marital
or parental statuses, religious backgrounds, with or without disabilities and with or without
military service.
For more information about employment with the Tax Division, please see
http://www.justice.gov/tax/career_atty.htm and
http://www.justice.gov/tax/DiverseCommittee/Tax_Brochure_SM.pdf.
More information about the Criminal Trial Sections is available at: http://www.usdoj.gov/tax/.
Job Description:
Trial attorneys in the Criminal Enforcement Sections have a significant amount of responsibility
and work in a collegial environment with experienced litigators. Our attorneys work with federal
agents to investigate and prosecute offenses arising under the internal revenue laws and related
federal statutes. Our attorneys' responsibilities encompass the investigative use of the grand jury
and other investigative techniques, such as search warrants. Attorneys also engage in all facets of
criminal litigation, including indictment, motions practice, trial, and sentencing. Persuasive legal
writing, oral advocacy, and ability to analyze and organize significant documentary evidence are
critical components of the position. Besides working with federal agents, a trial attorney usually
works with another Criminal Tax Division Trial Attorney or an Assistant United States Attorney
(AUSA) in the jurisdiction's U.S. Attorney's Office on litigated matters as the lead attorney,
second chair, or consulting attorney. Our cases involve traditional violations of criminal tax laws
by taxpayers having legal sources of income, which includes, for example, tax evasion and the
filing of false tax returns, as well as cases involving tax defiers, identity theft, financial
institution fraud, securities fraud, health care fraud, public corruption, organized crime activities,
and narcotics trafficking.
Our jurisdiction is the United States - accordingly, travel to multiple jurisdictions is an essential
component of the job. Travel frequency and location varies and is based on the attorney's
litigation schedule
Qualifications:
Applicants should have a strong interest in federal litigation and trial work; strong writing, oral-
advocacy, and research skills; and an exceptional academic background. The work of the
Criminal Enforcement Trial Sections requires the application of analytical, research, and writing
skills to complex and significant issues involving all aspects of criminal law and criminal tax
enforcement. Persuasiveness, judgment, and a collaborative orientation are also highly valued.
Applicants with prosecution experience and/or an accounting, tax, or business background are
encouraged to apply.
Applicants must possess a J.D. degree, and must be duly licensed and authorized to practice as
an attorney under the laws of any state or territory of the United States or the District of
Columbia. Active bar membership (of any jurisdiction) is required. United States citizenship is
required.
The Tax Division anticipates hiring criminal litigators with varying levels of experience.
Applicants must have at least 1 year of full-time post-J.D. legal experience by the date the
application is submitted.
Attorneys hired by the Tax Division commit to serving a minimum of four (4) years.
Salary: Years and quality of experience will be considered in determining the appropriate salary
level. Positions may be filled at the GS levels of GS-12 ($75,621 - $ 98,305), GS-13 ($89,924 $116,901); or GS-14 ($106,263 - $138,136). In limited circumstances,
Travel: Regular and periodic litigation-based travel will be required.
Application Process:
Applications must include a cover letter, resume, and law school transcript, a list of three
professional references, and a completed assessment questionnaire. All documents should be
provided in either PDF or MS Word format. The cover letter, which should not exceed two
single-spaced pages, should describe how your background and qualifications make you well
suited for the position as a Trial Attorney in the Criminal Enforcement Sections of the Tax
Division. Accordingly, you should specifically provide a description of prior litigation
experience, and your interest in public service and the Tax Division in particular. Failure to
include all required documents may affect consideration of your application.
Candidates selected for further consideration will be required to submit a writing sample prior to
an interview.
The Tax Division anticipates scheduling interviews for this position in January 2015, with
selected applicants starting in the spring of 2015, subject to successful completion of the preemployment security process.
Applicants who previously applied to the Tax Division's criminal Trial Attorneys' vacancy
announcement in spring of 2014 must reapply in order to be considered under this job
announcement.
To apply for this position, you must apply online to USAJOBS, on the following Link:
https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/386613100, complete the occupational
questionnaire and submit the documentation specified in the Required Documents section of the
USAJOBS Vacancy Announcement.
1. To begin, click Apply Online to create a USAJOBS account or log in to your existing
account. Follow the prompts to include your RESUME and/or other supporting documents and
complete the occupational questionnaire.
2. Click the Submit My Answers button to submit your application package. (It is your
responsibility to ensure your responses and appropriate documentation are submitted prior to
the closing date.)
3. To verify your application is submitted, log into your USAJOBS account,
https://my.usajobs.gov/Account/Login select the Application Status link and then select the more
information link for this position. The Details page will display the status of your application, the
documentation received and processed, and any correspondence the agency has sent related to
this application. Your uploaded documents may take several hours to clear the virus scan
process.
The complete application package must be submitted by 11:59 PM (EST) on Wednesday,
December 15, 2014 to receive consideration.
Applicants who are eligible for veterans' preference or consideration under a special hiring
authority (such as programs for individuals with disabilities) must submit appropriate
documentation demonstrating eligibility. Please see the description of required documentation in
the application section at https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/386613100.
Department of Justice attorneys eligible for priority consideration under the Department's
Reemployment Priority List Program must include notice to the Division of their eligibility in
their application package.
Application Deadline: Monday, December 15, 2014
Relocation Expenses: Relocation expenses are not authorized.
Number of Positions: The Tax Division anticipates hiring for several Criminal Trial Attorney
positions in Washington, D.C.
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Department Policies
Equal Employment Opportunity: The U.S. Department of Justice is an Equal
Opportunity/Reasonable Accommodation Employer. Except where otherwise provided by law,
there will be no discrimination because of color, race, religion, national origin, political
affiliation, marital status, disability (physical or mental), age, sex, gender identity, sexual
orientation, genetic information, status as a parent, membership or non-membership in an
employee organization, on the basis of personal favoritism, or any other non-merit factor. The
Department of Justice welcomes and encourages applications from persons with physical and
mental disabilities. The Department is firmly committed to satisfying its affirmative obligations
under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, to ensure that persons with disabilities have every
opportunity to be hired and advanced on the basis of merit within the Department of Justice.
Reasonable Accommodations: This agency provides reasonable accommodation to applicants
with disabilities where appropriate. If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the
application and hiring process, please notify the agency. Determinations on requests for
reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis.
Outreach and Recruitment for Qualified Applicants with Disabilities: The Department
encourages qualified applicants with disabilities, including individuals with targeted/severe
disabilities to apply in response to posted vacancy announcements. Qualified applicants with
targeted/severe disabilities may be eligible for direct hire, non-competitive appointment under
Schedule A (5 C.F.R. § 213.3102(u)) hiring authority. Individuals with targeted/severe
disabilities are encouraged to register for the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Shared
List of People with Disabilities (the Bender Disability Employment Registry) by submitting their
resume to [email protected] and referencing "Federal Career Opportunities" in the
subject line. Additional information about the Bender Registry is available at
www.benderconsult.com. Individuals with disabilities may also contact one of the Department’s
Disability Points of Contact (DPOC). See list of DPOCs.
Suitability and Citizenship: It is the policy of the Department to achieve a drug-free workplace
and persons selected for employment will be required to pass a drug test which screens for illegal
drug use prior to final appointment. Employment is also contingent upon the completion and
satisfactory adjudication of a background investigation. Only U.S. citizens are eligible for
employment with the Executive Office for Immigration Review and the United States Attorneys'
Offices. Unless otherwise indicated in a particular job advertisement, non-U.S. Citizens may
apply for employment with other organizations, but should be advised that appointments of nonU.S. Citizens are extremely rare; such appointments would be possible only if necessary to
accomplish the Department's mission and would be subject to strict security
requirements. Applicants who hold dual citizenship in the U.S. and another country will be
considered on a case-by-case basis.
Veterans: There is no formal rating system for applying veterans' preference to attorney
appointments in the excepted service; however, the Department of Justice considers veterans'
preference eligibility as a positive factor in attorney hiring. Applicants eligible for veterans'
preference must include that information in their cover letter or resume and attach supporting
documentation (e.g., the DD 214, Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty and
other supporting documentation) to their submissions. Although the "point" system is not used,
per se, applicants eligible to claim 10-point preference must submit Standard Form (SF) 15,
Application for 10-Point Veteran Preference, and submit the supporting documentation required
for the specific type of preference claimed (visit the OPM website,
www.opm.gov/forms/pdf_fill/SF15.pdf for a copy of SF 15, which lists the types of 10-point
preferences and the required supporting document(s). Applicants should note that SF 15 requires
supporting documentation associated with service- connected disabilities or receipt of
nonservice-connected disability pensions to be dated 1991 or later except in the case of service
members submitting official statements or retirement orders from a branch of the Armed Forces
showing that his or her retirement was due to a permanent service-connected disability or that
he/she was transferred to the permanent disability retired list (the statement or retirement orders
must indicate that the disability is 10% or more).
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This and other vacancy announcements can be found under Attorney Vacancies and Volunteer
Legal Internships. The Department of Justice cannot control further dissemination and/or posting
of information contained in this vacancy announcement. Such posting and/or dissemination is
not an endorsement by the Department of the organization or group disseminating and/or posting
the information.
Posted: 11/24/14. Job Listing #202.
Willson, Jones, Carter & Baxley, P.A. – (recent graduates/alumni) (Columbia, SC position)
872 S. Pleasantburg Drive
Greenville, SC 29607
Attention: Kelli Smith, Firm/Client Relations Manager
Position description:
Attorney - Workers' Compensation Defense
Workers' Compensation Defense Attorney (Columbia, SC) WILLSON JONES CARTER &
BAXLEY, P.A. a well-established insurance defense law firm with six locations in South
Carolina, North Carolina and Georgia, is seeking a Workers' Compensation Defense Attorney for
the Columbia, South Carolina office.
Resume, cover letter, transcript, and 3 references may be submitted in confidence to
[email protected]
Posted: 11/21/14. Job Listing #201.
Willson, Jones, Carter & Baxley, P.A. – (alumni)
421 Wando Park Blvd., Suite 100
Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina 29464
Attention: George Miars, Esquire
We are recruiting for an associate position to handle workers' compensation defense claims. We
are accepting resumes from attorneys with 2-5 years of workers' compensation or litigation
experience. To Apply: Email resume, cover letter, writing sample, and 2 references to
[email protected] No phone calls please.
Posted: 11/19/14. Job Listing #200.
Office of Legal Policy – (alumni)
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20530
About the Office: The Office of Legal Policy (OLP), located in Washington, DC, coordinates
the development of the Department¹s major policy initiatives, represents the Department in
interagency efforts to coordinate and advance the policies of the Administration, and manages
the Department¹s role in selecting, and seeking the confirmation of, the President's judicial
nominees.
Job Description: OLP is seeking experienced attorneys to assist with policy work on a variety
of criminal and civil justice matters. This position requires significant collaboration with
agencies and components involved in a wide variety of issues, and will involve work on
legislation, regulatory, and policy issues related to criminal and civil justice matters. Willingness
to work on topics outside a specific area of expertise is also expected.
Qualifications: Applicants must possess a J.D. degree, have at least two years of post-J.D. legal
experience, and be an active member of the bar of any state (or the District of Columbia).
Salary: Current salary and years of experience will determine the appropriate salary level
ranging from GS-12 ($74,872 - $97,333) to GS-15 ($123,758 - $155,500) and/or its AD
equivalent.
Application Process: Applicants must submit a cover letter (highlighting relevant experience)
and a resume or OF-612 (Optional Application for Federal Employment) to: U.S. Department of
Justice Office of Legal Policy (Attn: M. Matthews) 950 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W., Room 4517
Washington, D.C. 20530 Alternatively, applications can be faxed to 202-616-4566 or e-mailed to
[email protected] No telephone calls please.
Application Deadline: Tuesday, December 2, 2014
Relocation Expenses: Relocation expenses are not authorized.
Number of Positions: 1
This and other vacancies can be found at: http://www.justice.gov/legal-careers/attorneysvacancies.
Posted: 11/19/14. Job Listing #199.
National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty – (alumni)
Attorney
2+ years experience
Department: Law and Policy
Reports to Director of Advocacy
ABOUT THE POSITION:
The National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty (NLCHP) is the only national legal
advocacy organization dedicated solely to preventing and ending homelessness. Our attorneys
fight for society¹s most vulnerable members in courtrooms and the halls of legislatures. Through
impact litigation, policy advocacy, and public education, the Law Center addresses the root
causes of homelessness at the local, state, and national levels.
OVERVIEW:
The Law Center is seeking a talented attorney with at least two years of experience to join our
dynamic legal team. Together, our attorneys use litigation, advocacy, and media strategies to:
ensure that homeless children and youth can attend school, protect housing rights for survivors of
domestic violence and tenants in foreclosed properties, promote implementation of the human
right to housing as an alternative to the criminalization of homelessness, defend the civil rights of
homeless persons, and ensure that vacant government property can be used to provide housing
and services for homeless persons. The attorney hired will focus most of his/her time on our
education work, while also assisting with our domestic violence initiatives as well as other
program areas as needed.
SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Law Center is dedicated to protecting the strong educational rights conferred on the 1.3
million homeless children and youth attending public schools. Over 25 years, we have won
groundbreaking cases with significant local, state, and national impact. Our new attorney will
build on this work by identifying opportunities for and engaging in litigation or advocacy efforts
that will result in broad systemic reform. More specifically, the Attorney will:
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Working closely with the Director of Advocacy and pro bono counsel, engage in federal
and state litigation and policy advocacy to ensure that homeless children and youth can
attend school and receive the services and supports they need while enrolled.
Develop and update outreach and education materials and conduct trainings and
presentations for a variety of audiences.
Build a legal network to enforce the educational rights of homeless children and youth.
Provide technical assistance to legal services lawyers, advocates, government officials,
and individuals around the country.
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Assist the Director of Advocacy in efforts to fully implement housing protections in the
Violence Against Women Act (VAWA).
- Develop and oversee law firm pro bono projects.
Assist in grant writing / reporting and with communications activities.
Participate in hiring and supervising interns.
Contribute to organization-wide planning and special projects.
QUALIFICATIONS:
Required
- DC bar membership or eligibility to waive in.
- Excellent legal research, writing, and analytical skills.
- Strong oral communication skills and interest in public speaking and training.
- Ability to work both independently and as part of a team.
- Creativity, initiative, and commitment to excellence.
- Demonstrated commitment to economic justice and to working on behalf of low-income
people.
- Willingness and ability to work well with a wide variety of stakeholders including pro bono attorneys, legislators, agency officials, landlords and property managers, school
officials, public interest attorneys, advocates, and poor and homeless individuals.
- Willingness to travel.
Preferred
- 2-3 years of legal practice, ideally including experience with litigation and public
policy.
- Prior work in the area of education.
- Experience developing and presenting trainings for a wide variety of audiences.
- Experience with organizing or development of advocacy networks.
- Project development or management experience.
SALARY AND BENEFITS:
Salary: Commensurate with experience.
Benefits: Generous leave package ; fully paid health insurance for employee; disability
insurance; 403(b) retirement plan; small, collegial team environment.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
Send cover letter, resume, three references, and a brief writing sample, and salary
requirements to [email protected] with ³Attorney², Last Name_First Name² in the subject
line. No phone calls, please.
The Law Center is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. Racial, ethnic,
religious, and sexual minorities, women, persons with disabilities, and persons who have
experienced homelessness and poverty are encouraged to apply.
APPLICATIONS DEADLINE: Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until filled.
Posted: 11/19/14. Job Listing #198.
Tahirih Justice Center – (alumni)
Falls Church, VA
Tahirih Justice Center is seeking to hire a Public Policy Attorney to contribute to Tahirih's efforts
to secure stronger protections and supports for immigrant survivors of gender-based violence,
including under US asylum laws, the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), and the
Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA).
The Public Policy Attorney will be responsible for elevating Tahirih's national advocacy
initiatives, forging and mobilizing diverse coalitions, and engaging bipartisan allies to press for
laws, regulations, policies, and precedent that better protect immigrant women and girls from
violence. The position holder will also
* assist in the development of legislative and policy proposals emerging from Tahirih's
groundbreaking national campaigns, such as the Forced Marriage Initiative (FMI).
* serves as one of Tahirih's spokespeople on policy issues to Tahirih supporters, advocates and
colleague organizations, legislators and policymakers, and the media.
* work closely with Tahirih's communications staff to enhance public understanding and to
ensure that stakeholders are informed and invested in advocacy to protect and empower
immigrant women and girls.
For all information go to:
http://www.tahirih.org/site/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/Public-Policy-Attorney-JobAnnouncement-110714.pdf
Posted: 11/19/14. Job Listing #197.
South Carolina Legal Services – (recent graduates/alumni)
P.O. Box 1445
Columbia, SC 29202
Position Title: Staff Attorney
Location: Greenwood Office
Job Type: Regular – Full-time
Job Summary:
Provide a wide range of civil litigation to low-income individuals and families residing in South
Carolina. Civil litigation will primarily be in the areas of consumer, housing and family law. The
attorney may also work in other priority areas of law depending on client needs. Litigation
experience in these areas, plus experience with a broad range of other advocacy tools and
community education, is strongly preferred. The position requires some evening and weekend
work. It may also require overnight trips.
Minimum Requirements:
▪ Member of the SC Bar
▪ Demonstrated experience in the relevant areas of law
▪ Knowledge of the Rules of Civil Procedures, Rules of Evidence, Rules of the Family Court,
and Rules of Appellate Procedure
▪ Knowledge of the principles of civil practice and time management
▪ Excellent litigation and trial advocacy, research, and legal writing skills
▪ Excellent computer skills, including Windows and Microsoft Office
▪ Excellent relationship building skills
▪ Demonstrated competence in working with diverse clients and client communities
▪ Commitment to public interest/poverty law
Job Open Date: Immediately
Job Close Date: Until Filled
To Apply:
Applicants interested in applying for this position may submit a
Resume, 2 writing samples and three references with cover letter to:
South Carolina Legal Services, Attn: Human Resources – Staff Attorney – Greenwood Office
PO Box 1445, Columbia, SC 29202 or by fax to 803-799-9420.
Posted: 11/19/14. Job Listing #196.
Sharon Gerber Attorney Search – (alumni)
Position: Compliance Attorney
Posted: November 14, 2014
Location: Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Type: Staff Attorney
Experience Level: 6-10 years experience
Categories: Business Ethics, Compliance, Risk Management
Our client, an international corporation and world leader in its industry, is seeking a junior
lawyer for their Abu Dhabi office to handle compliance matters.
Attorney hired will focus on all aspects of compliance for the company's Middle East region and
will work closely with the company's Regional Compliance Officer.
Compliance responsibilities will include:
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- addressing anti-corruption issues including FCPA, anti-bribery, commercial bribery and fraud
- conducting extensive training
- addressing conflicts of interest
- assisting with internal investigations
- other compliance related matters
Seeking 4-5 years litigation or general corporate experience from a major/national law firm.
Sanctions and boycotts experience a plus.
Internal investigation experience a plus but not required.
Must have strong presentation skills and confidence to make training presentations, excellent
people skills, and be very detail-oriented.
Must have a stable work history.
Qualified candidates, please forward your resume ASAP in word.doc format to Sharon E.
Gerber, Esq. by email to: [email protected]
Please reference "Compliance-Abu Dhabi" in the subject line of the submission.
We will contact you IF your background is a fit prior to submitting your resume. Please include
work and cell contact numbers.
NOTES:
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Additional Salary Information: Very competitive salary and generous expatriate package, bonus
and benefits. Relocation paid by company.
Internal Number: Compliance Atty-Abu D
Our client, an international corporation and world leader in its industry, is seeking a junior
lawyer for their Abu Dhabi office to handle compliance matters.
Attorney hired will focus on all aspects of compliance for the company's Middle East region and
will work closely with the company's Regional Compliance Officer.
Posted: 11/17/14. Job Liting #195.
Richland County Bar Association – (alumni)
Columbia, SC
Position: Executive Director
The job will be part time requiring approximately an average of 20 hours a week. Except for
meetings and events, the work hours are flexible. The salary will be commensurate with the
individual’s qualifications and experience. The person we hope to hire should have the
following qualities: excellent communication skills, a working knowledge of social media, a
working knowledge of the latest communication technology, an understanding of the legal
community, and experience in event planning as well as exceptional organizational skills and
familiarity with budgeting. We anticipate an apprenticeship/transition period in 2015 where the
new employee will be able to work with the present Executive Director before she leaves as well
as get to know the RCBA. We are looking for the individual that can help lead RCBA in this
next chapter of our organization.
Please forward all resumes to Ian McVey at [email protected]
Posted: 11/12/14. Job Listing #194.
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City of Columbia – (alumni)
P.O. Box 147
Columbia, SC 29217
ASSISTANT CITY ATTORNEY I
The purpose of this position is to perform legal work assisting the City Attorney and will involve
preparing ordinances, resolutions and opinions; preparing legal memoranda; reviewing
documents; representing the City in civil cases, appeals and administrative matters, and
performing related work as required.
Graduation from a recognized law school with a Juris Doctorate degree with four (4) years of
progressively responsible legal work experience, preferably in governmental, construction, tort,
contract, real estate and workers’ compensation law and knowledge of appellate practices and
procedures; or any equivalent combination of related education, training, and experience.
Must possess and maintain a valid SC Class “D” Driver’s License and have an acceptable
driving record. Must have knowledge of personal computer equipment with skill in the use of
Microsoft Office preferred, utilizing Outlook, word processing and database software programs.
Must be licensed to practice law in the State of South Carolina and a member in good standing
with the South Carolina Bar. Eligibility for admission to the United States Court and the United
States Court of Appeals is preferred. Must possess and maintain a S.C. Notary Public
certification. May be required to work beyond a forty (40) hour work week in order to
accomplish assigned work. NOTE: Phone calls, facsimiles, hand deliveries and e-mails to the
City Attorney's Office will NOT be accepted** Must submit a writing sample with application.
Resumes will not be accepted in place of application
To Apply: Download application at http://columbiasc.net/hr/employment, submit completed
application, resume and writing sample to Human Resources, City of Columbia, POB 147,
Columbia, SC 29217
CITY PROSECUTOR
Entry-level position involves representing the City as a prosecutor in Municipal Court and when
necessary the City legislative and administrative officials in all legal matters before State and
Federal Courts and administrative bodies. The employee, with limited supervision, exercises
professional judgment and skill in preparing legal memoranda, reviews documents, represents
the City in municipal court, civil cases, appeals and administrative matters. The employee
consults with and advises departmental staff or participates in departmental matters requiring
legal assistance. Employee must be prepared to work beyond a forty-hour work week. Employee
will manage a criminal docket for Municipal Court and possibly a civil and administrative
caseload as well as document review assignments.
Graduation from a recognized law school with a Juris Doctorate degree with two (2) years of
legal experience preferred, including prosecution of criminal matters and some experience in
governmental, construction, tort, contract, real estate and workers’ compensation law and
knowledge of appellate practices and procedures; or any equivalent combination of related
education, training, and experience.
Must possess and maintain a valid SC Class “D” Driver’s License and have an acceptable
driving record. Must have knowledge of personal computer equipment with skill in the use of
Microsoft Office preferred, utilizing Outlook and word processing software programs. Must be
licensed to practice law in the State of South Carolina and a member in good standing with the
South Carolina Bar. Must possess and maintain a S.C. Notary Public certification. May be
required to work beyond a forty (40) hour work week in order to accomplish assigned work.
Note: Must submit a writing sample with application. **Phone calls, facsimiles, hand deliveries
and e-mails will NOT be accepted.
To Apply: Download application at http://columbiasc.net/hr/employment, submit completed
application, resume and writing sample to Human Resources, City of Columbia, POB 147,
Columbia, SC 29217
ASSISTANT CITY ATTORNEY I (LABOR)
Perform legal work assisting the City Attorney and will involve employment/labor law including
advising management and HR on employee relations matters (recruiting, hiring, employee
discipline, performance management, terminations and restructurings), monitor labor and
employee benefits law development and recommend policy changes; provide training to HR on
employment law and compliance; respond to government charges (SHAC, EEOC, etc.) and
investigations; resolve employment disputes; manage labor relations matters; preparing opinions;
preparing legal memoranda; reviewing documents; representing the City in civil cases, appeals
and administrative matters, and performing related work as required.
Graduation from a recognized law school with a Juris Doctorate degree with eight (8) years of
progressively responsible legal work experience, preferably in governmental, employment/labor
with considerable knowledge of federal and state statutes and regulations relating to: municipal
and employment/labor laws (SHAC, EEOC, etc.), appellate practices and procedures; or any
equivalent combination of related education, training, and experience.
Must possess and maintain a valid SC Class “D” Driver’s License and have an acceptable
driving record. Must have knowledge of personal computer equipment with skill in the use of
Microsoft Office preferred, utilizing Outlook, word processing, spreadsheet and database
software programs. Must be licensed to practice law in the State of South Carolina and a
member in good standing with the South Carolina Bar. Employment law experience in law firm
or corporate legal department. In-house experience preferred, but not required if candidate has
experience directly advising in-house clients. Eligibility for admission to the United States Court
and the United States Court of Appeals is preferred. Must possess and maintain a S.C. Notary
Public certification. May be required to work beyond a forty (40) hour work week in order to
accomplish assigned work. Must submit a writing sample with application.
**Phone calls, faxes, hand delivery and emails will NOT be accepted. Resumes will not be
accepted nor considered without completed City of Columbia Employment Application**
To Apply: Download application at http://columbiasc.net/hr/employment, submit completed
application, resume and writing sample to Human Resources, City of Columbia, POB 147,
Columbia, SC 29217
ASSISTANT CITY ATTORNEY II
Perform legal work assisting the City Attorney and will involve preparing ordinances,
resolutions and opinions; preparing legal memoranda; reviewing documents; representing the
City in civil cases, appeals and administrative matters, and performing related work as required.
Qualifications: Graduation from a recognized law school with a Juris Doctorate degree with
eight (8) years of progressively responsible legal work experience, preferably in governmental,
construction, tort, contract, real estate and workers’ compensation law and knowledge of
appellate practices and procedures; or any equivalent combination of related education, training,
and experience.
Must possess and maintain a valid SC Class “D” Driver’s License and have an acceptable
driving record. Must have knowledge of personal computer equipment with skill in the use of
Microsoft Office preferred, utilizing Outlook, word processing and database software programs.
Must be licensed to practice law in the State of South Carolina and a member in good standing
with the South Carolina Bar. Eligibility for admission to the United States Court and the United
States Court of Appeals is preferred. Must possess and maintain a S.C. Notary Public
certification. May be required to work beyond a forty (40) hour work week in order to
accomplish assigned work.
Note: Must submit a writing sample with application. **Phone calls, facsimiles, hand deliveries
and e-mails will NOT be accepted**
To Apply: Download application at http://columbiasc.net/hr/employment, submit completed
application, resume and writing sample to Human Resources, City of Columbia, POB 147,
Columbia, SC 29217
ASSISTANT CITY ATTORNEY II (POLICE ADVISOR)
Provide legal, policy advice and counsel under the supervision of the City Attorney to the Police
Chief; develop strong working relationships with department personnel and internal service
departments in accordance with the City Attorney’s policies, standards, and practices; review and
analyze new court decisions and legislation related to law enforcement and criminal justice;
timely preparation of policies/policy revisions and training materials for police consistent with
legal requirement and police best practices; respond to inquiries on police related matters that
require the expertise of a legal advisor; conduct research and analysis on a variety of issues at the
direction of the Chief and other Police Command staff and provide recommendations; compose
and/or edit reports, proposed legislation, letters and other materials; assist as requested in
conducting legal research and developing strategies in response to claims and lawsuits involving
the Police Department; provide input to/team with other City Departments on Police Department
related matters including: providing advice on internal investigations and disciplinary letters and
notices; consult on public disclosure-related issues; meet with the City Attorney to review and
discuss legal advice and related strategies; attend weekly City Attorney staff meetings; preparing
ordinances, resolutions and opinions, legal memoranda, administrative matters, and performing
related work as required under the supervision of the City Attorney.
Graduation from a recognized law school with a Juris Doctorate degree and ten (10) years of
responsible legal work experience in criminal law with appellate experience preferably with
government law enforcement with considerable knowledge of federal and state statutes and
regulations relating to: criminal justice and police administration including relevant court rules,
laws relating to search and seizure, evidence, arrests, use of force, civil rights and relevant
municipal and employment/labor laws; and knowledge of appellate practices and procedures; or
any equivalent combination of related education, training, and experience.
Must possess and maintain a valid SC Class “D” Driver’s License and have an acceptable
driving record. Must have knowledge of personal computer equipment with skill in the use of
Microsoft Office preferred, utilizing Outlook, word processing, spreadsheet and database
software programs. Must be licensed to practice law in the State of South Carolina and a
member in good standing with the South Carolina Bar. Knowledge of federal and state statutes
and regulations relative to criminal law and appellate experience with government law
enforcement; criminal justice and police administration, criminal justice and other database
research; ability to analyze comprehensive legal documents and prepare drafts of interlocal
agreements, ordinances and other legal documents in consultation with the City Attorney.
Eligibility for admission to the United States Court and the United States Court of Appeals is
preferred. Must possess and maintain a S.C. Notary Public certification. May be required to
work beyond a forty (40) hour work week in order to accomplish assigned work. Must submit a
writing sample with application.
**Phone calls, faxes, hand delivery and emails will NOT be accepted. Resumes will not be
accepted nor considered without a completed City of Columbia Employment Application**
To Apply: Download application at http://columbiasc.net/hr/employment, submit completed
application, resume and writing sample to Human Resources, City of Columbia, POB 147,
Columbia, SC 29217
Posted: 11/12/14. Job Listing #193.
Patrick & Stathos, LLC – (alumni)
412 N. Poplar Drive
Surfside Beach, SC 29575
Attention: Cindy Minter
Position description:
Associate attorney position with established law firm in Surfside Beach. General practice with
emphasis on real estate, homeowner association law and litigation. Unique opportunity for a
dedicated and motivated candidate. The qualified candidate must be a member of the S.C. Bar
and have completed Rule 403 requirements. To Apply: Email or mail resume, cover letter and 3
references to [email protected]
Posted: 11/11/14. Job Listing #192.
University of Detroit Mercy School of Law – (alumni)
MI
The University of Detroit Mercy School of Law seeks applicants for three tenure or tenure-track
faculty positions to begin in the 2015-16 academic year:
1. Commercial or business law professor will teach upper-level courses in our J.D. program.
The Law School has a unique Dual Degree program with the University of Windsor (Canada)
Faculty of Law which allows students to obtain a J.D. from each institution in 3 years.
www.dualjd.com. The Dual J.D. curriculum is particularly rich in cross-border commercial
law offerings, and preference will be given to candidates with a background or interest in
international commercial law.
2. Intellectual Property Law clinician/professor to direct a new clinic certified by the U.S.
Patent & Trademark Office. (The USPTO has opened its first satellite office in Detroit.)
Additional information regarding the Intellectual Property Clinic and the School of Law can
be found at: http://www.law.udmercy.edu/index.php/academics1/clinics/ip-clinic
3. Comparative Legal Writing and Research professor to teach in the Dual JD Degree Program
with the University of Windsor. www.dualjd.com. The year-long course is an immersion in the
U.S. and Canadian systems and features moot court exercises in both jurisdictions.
Detailed descriptions for all three positions are available from the School of Law’s website,
www.law.udmercy.edu. Questions may be addressed to Gary Maveal, Chair of Faculty
Recruitment, at (313) 596-9826 or [email protected]
UDM Law offers a unique and innovative curriculum that complements traditional theory- and
doctrine-based course work with practical learning and includes required Writing Across the
Curriculum and Ethics Across the Curriculum components. UDM Law is one of only a few law
schools in the country that requires students to participate in a clinical experience and UDM Law
is proud to offer six clinics from which students may choose. Students are also required to
complete at least one upper-level writing course, one global/international perspectives course, and
one Law Firm Program course (an innovative simulated law firm practicum).
The School of Law is located at the Riverfront Campus in Downtown Detroit, within walking
distance of federal, state, and municipal courts, the region’s largest law firms, and major
corporations such as General Motors, Quicken Loans, and Comerica Bank. The School is also
uniquely situated two blocks from the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel, an international border crossing
linking Detroit with Windsor and Canada. Detroit offers a dynamic variety of cultural,
entertainment, and sporting attractions, including the Detroit Institute of Arts (housing a worldclass art collection), the Detroit Symphony, the Detroit Opera House, the Detroit Zoo, the Henry
Ford Museum, Eastern Market (historic farmer’s market), and major league sports teams.
Michigan’s largest, most comprehensive private university, the University of Detroit Mercy is an
independent Catholic institution of higher education sponsored by the Religious Sisters of Mercy
and Society of Jesus. The university seeks qualified candidates who will contribute to the
University's urban mission, commitment to diversity, and tradition of scholarly excellence. The
University of Detroit Mercy is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer with a diverse
faculty and student body and welcomes persons of all backgrounds.
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the positions are filled.
Posted: 11/11/14. Job Listing #190.
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Moore & Van Allen PLLC – (alumni)
PO Box 22828
Charleston, South Carolina 29413-2828
Position description:
Moore & Van Allen, a large southeastern law firm with a national practice, is seeking an
associate attorney for the Wealth Transfer practice in the Charleston SC office. Qualified
candidates must have 1-3 years of experience in trusts, estates and tax planning and be licensed
to practice in SC. An LLM in taxation a plus or possess a CPA license and/or background in
accounting or finance. Top academic credentials required. Competitive compensation and
benefits package.
To Apply: Email resume, cover letter, and transcript to [email protected]
Deadline to apply: November 30, 2014. Start date is immediate.
Posted: 11/05/14. Job Listing #189.
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Southern Wesleyan University – (recent graduates/alumni)
P.O. Box 1020
Central, SC 29630
Attention: Dana Frost, Director of Human Resources
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.swu.edu
Position description:
Southern Wesleyan University is recruiting dynamic faculty for anticipated courses in the
content area of law. We are seeking faculty for our North Augusta, SC Regional Learning
Center. We are seeking candidates with an earned Juris Doctorate (JD Degree). The candidate
would have the opportunity to teach Ethics and Business Law courses.
We are seeking to create a robust group of candidates who desire to support Southern Wesleyan
University as we strive to create a distinctively Christian environment that fosters the integration
of faith, learning, and living.
For initial inquiry applicants may send a resume or cv, and a cover letter.
Southern Wesleyan University is currently registered as an employer in North Carolina, South
Carolina, Florida, and Georgia. If you are a resident of a different state, please continue to look
for opportunities at Southern Wesleyan University, as we hope to expand our reach in the
coming academic years.
Position start date is ongoing.
Posted: 11/03/14. Job Listing #187.
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Children’s Legal Services – (alumni)
FL
Children’s Legal Services, a division of the Department of Children and Families (DCF), is
seeking an experienced litigation attorney (admitted to Florida Bar for a minimum of two
years) for our Lake City/Live Oak, Florida office.
Attorneys for Children’s Legal Services represent the people of the State of Florida, through
DCF, and advocate for the best interests of Florida’s children in dependency proceedings under
Chapter 39, Florida Statutes. The successful applicant will have a strong interest in child
advocacy, good academic credentials, strong writing skills, excellent communication skills, a
keen interest in courtroom litigation, excellent critical thinking skills, ability to work
independently, a positive attitude, and be a member of the Florida Bar. Applicants with a track
record of successful litigation experience are encouraged to apply. Moot court, trial team,
litigation clinic, advocacy certificate, and/or law review participation in law school are a plus.
The starting salary is $52,000 per year, and includes an excellent benefits package with health
benefits, life insurance, dental benefits, four weeks paid vacation, paid state holidays, a personal
day, paid sick leave, and a state retirement package.
Children’s Legal Services: Strong Leadership, a New Paradigm, and New Opportunities!
Come and be part of an exciting cutting edge statewide law firm with a vision focused on
providing exceptional advocacy to children and families of Florida by achieving permanency,
stability and security for abused, neglected and abandoned children.
To apply, please submit an online application to include a cover letter highlighting any relevant
legal experience, your resume, a writing sample and anything else you feel would assist the
hiring committee. The position number is 60072223-51153411. The link to apply directly on
PeopleFirst is below.
http://jobs.myflorida.com/viewjob.html?optlink-view=view759153&ERFormID=newjoblist&ERFormCode=any
Posted: 10/30/14. Job Listing#186.
Moore & Van Allen PLLC – (alumni)
Suite 4700
100 North Tryon Street
Charlotte, NC 28202
Corporate Securities Associate
& Van Allen PLLC, a large law firm with a national practice, is seeking an attorney with two to
four years of experience primarily in corporate transactions, mergers and acquisitions, securities
regulation, and general business matters. Preferred candidate has experience in drafting and
negotiating corporate documentation, including acquisition documents, joint venture agreements
and general commercial contracts. Accounting and/or finance background and understanding of
financial statements preferred. Candidates should also have excellent written and verbal
communication skills and outstanding academic credentials. Send resume, cover letter and
transcript to [email protected]
Posted: 10/28/14. Job Listing #184.
George Washington University Law School – (alumni)
Jacob Burns Community Legal Clinics
Washington, D.C.
The Health Insurance Counseling Project at George Washington University Law School, Jacob
Burns Community Legal Clinics, seeks a Legal Associate to represent seniors and people with
disabilities regarding public health programs and private health insurance in obtaining eligibility,
and contested eligibility and medical necessity determinations. We are the State Health
Insurance Program (SHIP) for the District of Columbia, funded primarily by the D.C. Office on
Aging and the Law School, and engage in law reform and systems reform advocacy projects on
an ongoing basis. The job posting and application site is: https://www.gwu.jobs/postings/24481
Posted: 10/28/14. Job Listing #182.
Collins & Lacy, PC - (alumni)
Post Office Box 12487
Columbia, South Carolina 29211
Attn: Christian Stegmaier, Recruiting Partner
Junior Associate – Retail & Hospitality Practice Group (Columbia)
Collins & Lacy’s nationally-recognized Retail & Hospitality Practice Group is seeking a serviceoriented junior associate for the firm’s Columbia office with exemplary writing and research
skills and a demonstrated interest in litigation. The successful candidate will possess the
following qualifications: (1) Excellent academic record; (2) Law journal, moot court, and/or
mock trial experience; and (3) 1-2 years of appellate clerkship (federal or state) or federal trial
court clerkship or appellate court staff attorney’s office experience. Candidates must provide at
least 3 writing samples from their clerkship or staff attorney’s office experience and at least one
reference from the judiciary. The successful candidate must also demonstrate a track record of
achievement thorough initiative and teamwork. Applicants who do not possess these
qualifications will not be considered. Also preferred: Experience in the operations side of retail
and/or hospitality. Anticipated start date: December 15, 2014.
To Apply: Please email resume, unofficial transcript, 3 writing samples, and 3 references to
[email protected]
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Senior Associate/Junior Partner – Workers’ Compensation (Columbia)
Collins & Lacy’s Workers’ Compensation Practice Group is seeking a lateral attorney with at
least 4-5 years of experience in defense-based workers’ compensation practice in South Carolina
for its Columbia office. The successful candidate will be a team player and possess an excellent
academic record and a demonstrated track record of success representing employers and insurers
at all levels (Commission and appellate) in the workers’ compensation arena. The successful
candidate must also be business-minded and possess the ability to market the firm and the
practice group. Preference will be given to candidates with a partial or complete book of
portable business. Anticipated start date: December 1, 2014.
To Apply: Please email resume to [email protected]
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Senior Associate/Junior Partner – Workers’ Compensation (Greenville)
Collins & Lacy’s Workers’ Compensation Practice Group is seeking a lateral attorney with at
least 4-5 years of experience in defense-based workers’ compensation practice in South Carolina
for its Greenville office. The successful candidate will be a team player and possess an excellent
academic record and a demonstrated track record of success representing employers and insurers
at all levels (Commission and appellate) in the workers’ compensation arena. The successful
candidate must also be business-minded and possess the ability to market the firm and the
practice group. This candidate must also possess the ability to manage the practice group’s
operations in the Upstate. Preference will be given to candidates with a partial or complete book
of portable business. Anticipated start date: December 1, 2014.
To Apply: Please email resume to [email protected]
Posted: 10/28/14. Job Listing #181.
Open Society Foundations
NY
The Open Society Foundations
The Open Society Foundations work to build vibrant and tolerant societies whose governments
are accountable and open to criticism, whose laws and policies are open to debate and correction,
and whose political institutions are open to the participation of all people. We seek to strengthen
justice and the rule of law; broaden respect for human rights, including the rights of minorities;
encourage pluralism and a robust diversity of opinion; deepen democratic practice and
participation; expand economic equity; support effective governance; and invest in individuals,
public and private organizations, and social movements that advance these goals.
We are a global network of foundations committed to local knowledge and national
expertise. Our network includes national foundations, regional foundations, and other
geographic programs operating in more than one hundred countries. At the same time, many
programs with global reach operate from our four headquarters in Europe and the United States,
including programs on digital information, drug policy, criminal and civil justice, education,
fellowships, fiscal governance, human rights, international migration, public health, scholarships,
think tanks, and women¹s rights. In addition to making grants to organizations and individuals,
the Open Society Foundations engage in policy advocacy, legal advocacy and litigation,
program-related investing, and public communications, as well as provide direct assistance to
governments. Most programs and foundations in the network are governed or advised by their
own boards. The Open Society Foundations are the global philanthropies of George Soros, who,
as chairman, plays an active role in the work of the foundations.
For employment information please go to: http://www.opensocietyfoundations.org/about/jobsopportunities
Posted: 10/22/14. Job Listing #178.
Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights – (alumni)
Houston, TX
The Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights invites applications for the position of
Houston Staff Attorney to be based in Houston, Texas. The Houston Staff Attorney will recruit,
train and supervise Houston-based volunteer Child Advocates appointed pursuant to the
Wilberforce Trafficking Protection Reauthorization Act. The Staff Attorney position is a unique
opportunity for an attorney to engage in written and oral advocacy on behalf of unaccompanied
immigrant children in removal proceedings. The Staff Attorney will work directly with detained
and released children. While this is a Staff Attorney position, the person hired cannot serve as the
immigration attorney for any child, but instead will be appointed as Child Advocate or will
supervise the work of Child Advocates.
The Young Center is dedicated to promoting the best interests—safety and well-being—of
unaccompanied and separated immigrant children in the United States. The Young Center serves
as Child Advocate (best interests guardian ad litem in immigration proceedings) for
unaccompanied children pursuant to the Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act
(TVPRA) and the 2013 Violence Against Women Act. The Young Center also conducts policy
advocacy at the local and national level to promote consideration of best interests in all decisions
concerning immigrant children. The Young Center team is a passionate and collegial group of
professionals—attorneys, social workers and administrative staff—committed to ensuring that
children receive the full protection of federal immigration law, domestic child welfare law and
international human rights law. The Young Center is at the forefront of best interests advocacy
for unaccompanied immigrant children.
Duties and Responsibilities:
The Staff Attorney’s primary responsibilities will be to:
1. Recruit, train and supervise bilingual volunteers serving as Child Advocate in Houston, Texas.
2. Draft best interests briefs for submission to stakeholders (immigration judges, asylum officers,
attorneys, and federal agencies), applying federal, state and international law.
3. Accompany children and their Child Advocates to Immigration Court, the asylum office, state
juvenile and family court.
4. Meet regularly with stakeholders in Houston, Texas (immigration judges, USCIS, ORR, ICE,
CBP, legal services providers, ORR-contracted care providers).
Minimum Requirements:
• Experience supervising attorneys.
• Excellent written and oral advocacy skills.
• A commitment to public interest work.
• Proficiency in Spanish, including the ability to speak with children in Spanish and to
communicate over the telephone in Spanish with children, family members, and others.
• Ability to take initiative, to work collaboratively, and an enthusiasm for working with
volunteers.
• Passion, tenacity and optimism for the issues affecting immigrant children and their families.
• A driver’s license and car are necessary for traveling to shelter facilities in and around Houston,
Texas.
The Young Center, a project of Tides Center, is an "at-will" and equal opportunity employer.
Applicants and employees shall not be discriminated against because of race, religion, sex,
national origin, ethnicity, age, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation, gender (including
pregnancy and gender expression) identity, color, marital status, veteran status, medical
condition, or any other classification protected by federal, state, or local law or ordinance.
Reasonable accommodation will be made so that qualified disabled applicants may participate in
the application process. Please advise Tides in writing of special needs at the time of application.
Job offer is conditioned on clearance of fingerprint criminal background check, child abuse and
neglect check (CANTS) and tuberculosis test.
Salary is commensurate with experience. The Young Center is a project of the Tides Center, a
non-profit organization. The Young Center/Tides Center provides excellent benefits including
health/dental/vision insurance, a flexible spending account for medical and dependent care,
vacation, and sick leave.
Review of candidates will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Please
email a cover letter, resume, three references and a writing sample to [email protected]
and include the title “Houston Supervising Attorney” in the subject line. To learn more
about the Young Center’s work, please visit www.TheYoungCenter.org.
The Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights invites applications for the position of
Houston Staff Attorney to be based in Houston, Texas. The Houston Staff Attorney will recruit,
train and supervise Houston-based volunteer Child Advocates appointed pursuant to the
Wilberforce Trafficking Protection Reauthorization Act. The Staff Attorney position is a unique
opportunity for an attorney to engage in written and oral advocacy on behalf of unaccompanied
immigrant children in removal proceedings. The Staff Attorney will work directly with detained
and released children. While this is a Staff Attorney position, the person hired cannot serve as the
immigration attorney for any child, but instead will be appointed as Child Advocate or will
supervise the work of Child Advocates.
The Young Center is dedicated to promoting the best interests—safety and well-being—of
unaccompanied and separated immigrant children in the United States. The Young Center serves
as Child Advocate (best interests guardian ad litem in immigration proceedings) for
unaccompanied children pursuant to the Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act
(TVPRA) and the 2013 Violence Against Women Act. The Young Center also conducts policy
advocacy at the local and national level to promote consideration of best interests in all decisions
concerning immigrant children. The Young Center team is a passionate and collegial group of
professionals—attorneys, social workers and administrative staff—committed to ensuring that
children receive the full protection of federal immigration law, domestic child welfare law and
international human rights law. The Young Center is at the forefront of best interests advocacy
for unaccompanied immigrant children.
Duties and Responsibilities:
The Staff Attorney’s primary responsibilities will be to:
1. Recruit, train and supervise bilingual volunteers serving as Child Advocate in Houston, Texas.
2. Draft best interests briefs for submission to stakeholders (immigration judges, asylum officers,
attorneys, and federal agencies), applying federal, state and international law.
3. Accompany children and their Child Advocates to Immigration Court, the asylum office, state
juvenile and family court.
4. Meet regularly with stakeholders in Houston, Texas (immigration judges, USCIS, ORR, ICE,
CBP, legal services providers, ORR-contracted care providers).
Minimum Requirements:
1. J.D. and license to practice law (if license pending, must be granted prior to hire).
2. At least one year of experience practicing law.
3. Excellent written and oral advocacy skills.
4. A commitment to public interest work and some prior experience working with immigrant
families or experience working with children in any kind of legal proceeding.
5. Proficiency in Spanish, including the ability to speak with children in Spanish and to
communicate over the telephone in Spanish with children, family members, and others.
6. Ability to take initiative, to work collaboratively, and an enthusiasm for working with
volunteers.
7. Passion, tenacity and optimism for the issues affecting immigrant children and their families.
8. A driver’s license and car are necessary for traveling to shelter facilities in and around
Houston, Texas.
The Young Center, a project of Tides Center, is an "at-will" and equal opportunity employer.
Applicants and employees shall not be discriminated against because of race, religion, sex,
national origin, ethnicity, age, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation, gender (including
pregnancy and gender expression) identity, color, marital status, veteran status, medical
condition, or any other classification protected by federal, state, or local law or ordinance.
Reasonable accommodation will be made so that qualified disabled applicants may participate in
the application process. Please advise Tides in writing of special needs at the time of application.
Job offer is conditioned on clearance of fingerprint criminal background check, child abuse and
neglect check (CANTS) and tuberculosis test.
Salary is commensurate with experience. The Young Center is a project of the Tides Center, a
non-profit organization. The Young Center/Tides Center provides excellent benefits including
health/dental/vision insurance, a flexible spending account for medical and dependent care,
vacation, and sick leave.
Review of candidates will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Please
email a cover letter, resume, three references and a writing sample to [email protected]
and include the title Houston Staff Attorney” in the subject line. To learn more about the
Young Center’s work, please visit www.TheYoungCenter.org.
Posted: 10/22/14. Job Listing #177.
The Palladian Group – (alumni)
Spartanburg, SC
The Palladian Group, a marketing, development, technology, and public affairs firm in
Spartanburg, S. C. is looking for someone to fill the position of Chief Operating Officer.
Ideally, this person will have a law degree but choose not to practice law. He or she should be
connected with our community.
The position as it applies to TPG will involve the day to day management skills to motivate each
employee to work at his or her highest level to reach and exceed our goals and to ensure all areas
of our office run smoothly.
Additionally, we are seeking a person with the ability to interact on a professional level with our
clients, manage existing accounts, as well as grow new business.
Good writing skills will be a necessity in preparing business proposals and assisting in the
development of marketing strategies for current and new clients.
In short, we are looking for a mature leader who is connected with our community and wishes to
work in the field of marketing, development, and technology.
To Apply: Please send your resume to:
Karen Floyd, CEO
The Palladian Group
113 West Main Street
Spartanburg, S. C. 29306
Posted: 10/22/14. Job Listing #175.
Emory University School of Law – (alumni)
Atlanta, GA
Position: Assistant Dean, Public Service
For all information please go to:
https://sjobs.brassring.com/1033/ASP/TG/cim_searchresults.asp?ref=101720141165&SID=^Kz4
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Posted: 10/17/14. Job Listing #173.
Public Defender Service For The District Of Columbia – (alumni)
Washington, DC
Position: Attorney Advisor To The General Counsel
For all information please go to:
http://www.pdsdc.org/VacancyAnnouncements/Attorney%20Advisor%20GC%20Final.pdf
Posted: 10/17/14. Job Listing #172.
Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) – (alumni)
Office of the General Counsel
Atlanta, GA
Deputy Chief Counsel position available. For all information please go to:
http://www.hhs.gov/ogc/careers/openings.html#dcc
Posted: 10/17/14. Job Listing #171.
Carolina Legal Associates – (recent graduates/alumni)
1330 Lady St. Ste.503
Columbia, SC 29206
Position description:
CONTRACT ATTORNEY - Immediate opportunities are available statewide for both
experienced attorneys and recent law school graduates! Attorneys needed to work on document
review projects. Both short and long term projects available with flexible hours and opportunity
for bonuses. Previous document review experience helpful, but not required. Resumes will be
held in strict confidence and should be forwarded with (3) professional references to
[email protected] or [email protected] for consideration. For
additional information, please contact our office @ (803) 799-8835.
Posted: 10/13/14. Job Listing #169.
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Ayuda – (alumni)
Washington, DC
2 Positions
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
WASHINGTON, D.C.
Executive Summary
Ayuda, a nationally recognized leader in providing services to low-income immigrants through
direct legal, social, and language services, training, and outreach, is seeking an accomplished,
strategic, and forward-thinking leader to join the organization as its next Executive Director. The
Executive Director will lead a passionate and dedicated team of staff members, volunteers, and
interns and will be charged with implementing the organization’s strategic vision. S/he will
oversee Ayuda's direct services, advocacy, linguistic, and other programs, lead the fundraising
process and donor relations, manage internal operations in collaboration with the management
team, assure fiscal integrity, provide leadership in community affairs and collaborative
initiatives, and serve as the public voice of the organization. S/he will seek, identify, and nurture
relationships with the organization’s donors and stakeholders and will report to the Board of
Directors. The Executive Director will have the opportunity to impact the lives of thousands of
immigrants and their families and contribute to a proven model of service by leading a talented
team that is mission-focused, results-oriented, passionate, and fun. The ideal candidate is a
mission-driven leader with a proven ability to initiate, cultivate, and manage relationships with
key stakeholders and funders to meet ambitious development goals. S/he must demonstrate the
ability to motivate, inspire, and build staff with an eye toward team building and fostering
professional growth. S/he will be entrepreneurial and nimble, with the ability to adapt to
changing circumstances and opportunities. The Executive Director must be a committed
advocate for the mission, the staff, and the clientele of Ayuda.
About Ayuda
Ayuda, a 501(c)(3) non-profit celebrating 41 years of service to the Greater Washington
metropolitan area, has a longstanding history of assisting immigrants, and is poised to meet a
growing and changing need in the immigrant community and to serve as an increasingly relevant
partner in the region. Ayuda is seeking an Executive Director who will advance the
organization’s mission in a new era of growth and help it to realize the vision of a community
where all immigrants succeed and thrive in the United States. Ayuda is unique among non-profit
providers in the DC metro area in providing a wide range of immigration and family law
assistance, as well as social services support and language services, for all immigrants –
including men, women, and children – from anywhere in the world. Ayuda strives for a holistic
approach to its work in order to serve as a single-stop resource for all client needs. Ayuda staff
members are leaders in providing specialized services for immigrant children, LGBT clients, and
immigrant survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking. Ayuda’s
programs are designed to help its clients realize their legal rights and obtain lawful immigration
status, including residency or U.S. citizenship, reunite with family members, and create a safe
home for themselves and their children. Ayuda has more than 25 staff members and has offices
in Washington, D.C. and Falls Church, VA. The operating budget for 2014 is approximately $2.5
million. Last year, Ayuda assisted in more than 4,000 immigration, family law, and social
services matters.
Key Responsibilities of the Executive Director
Leadership and Management: The Executive Director is accountable for Ayuda’s performance
in all areas. S/he will be an inspiration and role model to all other staff members, will leverage
their expertise in the fulfillment of Ayuda’s goals, and will ensure that they have the support and
guidance to successfully implement Ayuda’s programs. S/he will take a collaborative approach
to addressing the challenges of the organization together with senior staff members and the
Board. The Executive Director will provide support and supervision to the management team and
the staff accountant, including assisting them in the development of performance goals, setting
benchmarks, and conducting evaluations.
Fundraising and Development: The Executive Director will be responsible for ensuring
Ayuda’s long-term financial stability and growth. Effective fundraising will include the
maintenance, strategic management, and expansion of both federal and foundation grants and the
solicitation of support from individual and corporate donors through relationship building,
networking, and increased public visibility. Ayuda’s stakeholders range from the federal
government to municipalities, and from corporations and law firms to other nonprofits and
individuals. The Executive Director will maintain, build, and strengthen these relationships
through a range of communication strategies. The ideal candidate will have several of these
stakeholder relationships already established.
Program Development, Implementation, and Growth: The Executive Director will support the
successful implementation and growth of Ayuda’s programs of legal consultation and assistance
for immigrants (men, women, and children), human trafficking victims, survivors of domestic
violence and sexual assault, and victims of notario fraud. S/he will seek out and implement new
program opportunities that involve the clients of Ayuda, such as the critically needed expansion
of social services, and will create public/private partnerships to meet clients’ needs while
responding to the ever changing environment of immigration reform. The Executive Director
will also support the further development of Ayuda’s language access programs, including legal
and social services interpreter banks which expand language access for deaf, hard of hearing, and
limited English-proficient individuals. These programs are the foundation of Ayuda’s mission
and will be strengthened and expanded through the Executive Director’s leadership.
Overall Operations and Finance: The Executive Director is responsible for all aspects of
Ayuda’s operations. This includes having a strong understanding of, and ensuring compliance
with, government grant and private funding regulations, monitoring an annual budget of $2.5
million, and maintaining a clean audit each year. Specifically, s/he will develop and ensure
passage of the annual budget, monitor expenditures to ensure spending targets are not exceeded
and income targets are met, and oversee compliance with all relevant regulations and the annual
audit. S/he will assess key needs of the organization, such as facilities and technology
infrastructure, in partnership with the management team, to promote the highest levels of
efficiency. The linchpin of these responsibilities is developing an annual budget in close
collaboration with key staff and the Board, including mapping out projected expenses and
revenue sources. The Executive Director will ensure the financial integrity of the organization
and work closely with the Board of Directors to monitor financial achievement against financial
goals.
Partnership Building and External Affairs: The Executive Director will be a champion for lowincome immigrants in the local community and nationally. S/he will develop and maintain
relationships with local and regional leaders in the corporate and non-profit sectors, as well as
with government funders, law firms, other direct service providers, correlated community-based
organizations, and media. S/he will share the stories of Ayuda’s clientele to communicate to
stakeholders and potential new partners the unique and important role that Ayuda plays in the
region’s immigration challenges. S/he will lead Ayuda’s strategic collaborative efforts in the
region’s legal, social service, and immigrant communities.
Board Development, Diversification, and Expansion: The Executive Director reports to the
Board of Directors and must work collaboratively with its members and committees to
continuously support and encourage their leadership efforts, leverage their abilities, advise and
report on the status of activities (particularly on issues of strategic importance), cultivate positive
relationships between the Board and staff, ensure support for the organization’s operations, and
develop new members who complement the Board’s existing expertise as well as the needs of
the organization. The responsibilities listed above and the projects associated with them are the
ultimate responsibility of the Executive Director. It is understood that these projects may be
assigned at times to direct or shared reports, vendors, or others as the situation dictates.
Qualifications/Skills of the Ideal Candidate
Above all, the Executive Director must have a profound respect for Ayuda’s clientele and both
understand and support that they come first in all activities of the organization. The Executive
Director will come to Ayuda with the desire to change lives, the tenacity to never give up, and
the unflagging belief that Ayuda’s mission is imperative to improving the lives of the region’s
underserved immigrants. S/he will be a visionary, a mentor, an inspiration, and a role model. The
ideal candidate will bring experience in leadership, fundraising, and collaborative partnerships
sufficient to handle any and all challenges with grace, maturity, and the highest level of
professionalism. Finally, the Executive Director will bring sharp strategic thinking skills to the
challenge of envisioning a future for Ayuda that is both ambitious and capable of creatively
leveraging the financial reality of a nonprofit budget. While no one person will embody all of the
qualities enumerated below, the ideal candidate will possess many of these professional and
personal characteristics:
• A minimum of 8 years of executive leadership experience, with particular value placed on
experience working in nonprofit organizations in fast-paced, highgrowth environments;
• Significant knowledge of and experience in community-based organizations, direct service
provision, immigration, and/or related legal and policy issues;
• An open-door approach to leading a skilled and dedicated team of professionals;
• Proven ability to initiate, cultivate, and manage relationships with key individual and
institutional stakeholders and to meet ambitious fundraising goals;
• Proven success in managing teams toward ambitious, measurable results; the ability to
motivate, excite, and inspire staff with an eye toward supporting new managers and developing
new professionals;
• Exceptional written and verbal communication skills; a persuasive and passionate
communicator with excellent interpersonal and multidisciplinary project skills;
• Demonstrated success in driving growth and change;
• Demonstrated skills in advocacy, coalition building, and community-based
organizing;
• Impeccable reputation for integrity and high ethical standards;
• Proven background in fiscal management and budgeting;
• Proficiency in a relevant second language is strongly preferred.
To Apply
Applications will be received until the position is filled, but due to the pace of the search we
encourage interested individuals to apply as soon as possible. To apply, please send a cover
letter, resume, and compensation history as attached Word or PDF documents to
[email protected] with "Executive Director Search" in the subject line. Please direct all
inquiries related to this position to the same email address. This job is based in Washington, DC
with frequent travel to our Falls Church, VA office.
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IMMIGRATION STAFF ATTORNEY
Organizational Profile
Ayuda is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to providing direct legal and social
services, education, and outreach to low-income immigrants in the Washington, DC metropolitan
area. Through its offices in Takoma, DC and Falls Church, VA, Ayuda has amassed a 41-year
history of providing critical services on a wide range of issues, and in the process has acquired
nationally recognized expertise in immigration law, domestic violence and human trafficking,
among other fields.
We are seeking a full-time, bilingual Immigration Staff Attorney, who can assist our immigration
department and represent Ayuda before the public on immigration issues. The position is based
in our Falls Church, Virginia office.
Why you want this job:
Because, just like everyone at Ayuda, you believe:
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in seeing communities where all immigrants overcome obstacles in order to succeed and
thrive in the United States.
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in the overall success of our organization and all our programs.
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that families should be healthy, united, and safe from harm.
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that all people should have access to professional, honest, and ethical services, regardless
of ability to pay or status in this country.
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that diversity and equality make this country better.
What you will do in the job:
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Conduct legal intakes and provide legal advice & counsel on family and humanitarian
based immigration matters, including, but not limited to family petitions, adjustment of
status, consular processing, Naturalization, asylum, VAWA petitions, U and T Visa
applications, and Cancellation of Removal;
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Provide direct legal representation before USCIS, USICE, and EOIR to clients in
Immigration matters listed above;
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Represent Ayuda at local coalition meetings and participate in local and national
advocacy initiatives;
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Conduct trainings to area service providers and outreach presentations to potential client
groups;
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Assist with the preparation and submission of grant applications and reports;
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Provide mentorship to legal staff and student interns; and
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Other duties as assigned.
How do you know if you can do the job?
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J.D. from accredited law school;
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Current bar membership in good standing to practice law in any state of the United
States; admission to the Virginia bar highly desirable;
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Fluent Spanish is required; Fluency in French, in addition to Spanish, is highly desirable;
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Experience in immigration law and/or providing direct services to domestic violence
clients and/or survivors of trauma is required.;
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Demonstrated sensitivity to and knowledge of issues involved in working with diverse
populations.;
SALARY AND BENEFITS:
Commensurate with experience, plus a benefits package that includes medical and dental
insurance. All federal holidays and closures observed and paid leave for the week of Christmas
through New Year’s Day. This position is considered to be exempt for overtime purposes.
To Apply:
Send an email with the subject line “Immigration Staff Attorney” and the following documents
to Paula Fitzgerald, Managing Attorney [email protected]:
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Cover Letter
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Resume
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Writing Sample (5 to 10 pages, suggested)
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3 References
Applications will be considered on a rolling basis starting until the position is filled. Apply early
for full consideration. Please no calls.
Posted: 10/09/14. Job Listing #167.
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The Lovely Law Firm – (recent graduates/alumni)
804 N. Oak Street
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
Attention: Justin M. Lovely, Esquire
Email: [email protected]
Position description:
Associate position practicing personal injury and worker's compensation in Myrtle
Beach. Horry, Georgetown, Marion counties. Some travel to upstate. Associate will also be
responsible for overflow cases the partners do not handle that may arise from time to time. Must
be a self starter and a go-getter. Cannot be afraid of the Courtroom. Compensation will consist
of base salary and bonuses based on production. Ideal candidate has 1-2- years experience with
injury litigation but we will entertain all applicants.
403's must be complete or near completion. Grades are important to us, but not as important as
work ethic and attitude.
To Apply: Email resume, cover letter, and 1 reference. Deadline date to apply: December 1,
2014.
Posted: 10/09/14. Job Listing #166.
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Center for Constitutional Rights – (alumni)
New York, NY
Bertha Justice Institute Associate Program Director position is available. For all information go
to http://ccrjustice.org/jobs.
Posted: 09/29/14. Job Listing #163.
Buist Byars & Taylor, LLC – (alumni)
652 Coleman Blvd., Ste. 200
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464
Civil Litigation Attorney
Buist, Byars & Taylor, LLC is seeking an experienced civil litigation attorney with a minimum
of five years of experience with real estate related matters such as foreclosures, quiet title
actions, construction litigation, title insurance defense and landlord tenant disputes. Candidate
must be self-motivated, proficient with technology, and able to develop and retain new clients.
Compensation will be based primarily on performance. Great benefits package included. Please
send resumes to [email protected]
Posted: 09/22/14. Job Listing #160.
Murray Law Offices, PA – (recent graduates/alumni)
3775 Sea Mountain Highway
Little River, SC 29566
Attention: Katharine M. Keaton, Managing Attorney
Email: [email protected]
Associate Attorney in Little River:
Associate Attorney position with 0-3 years experience available for busy transactional (real
estate, estate planning and business formation) law practice. Must be licensed in SC. NC license
a plus. To Apply: Email resume, cover letter, and 3 references.
Posted: 09/17/14. Job Listing #158.
EGJUSTICE – (alumni)
Washington, DC
EG Justice is seeking a candidate for the position of Program and Development Coordinator, a
full-time position based in our national office in Washington, DC.
We are seeking an individual excited about our mission of promoting human rights, the rule of law,
transparency and civic participation; and who wants to be part of an international team working to
build a just Equatorial Guinea.
The Program and Development Coordinator oversees and facilitates the day-to-day workflow of the
Program and Development departments. Program responsibilities include conducting advocacy,
leading trainings, drafting documents, coordinating research, and managing EG Justice’s online
presence. Development responsibilities include grant drafting, preparation for fundraising-related
meetings, campaign support, and special projects.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES
- Monitor developments in Equatorial Guinea and coordinate relevant research.
- Drafting of press statements, op-eds, policy briefs, background papers, blog posts, and other
advocacy documents.
- Coordinate and implement advocacy strategies to influence relevant stakeholders, including
government agencies in the USA, the government of Equatorial Guinea, UN entities, the African
Union, the Community of Portuguese Language Speaking Countries, and any other relevant
organizations.
- Organize and implement issue-specific campaigns and routine social media communications.
- Monitor and help evaluate the organizations projects.
- Assist with outreach to current and prospective funders, including material and presentation
development.
- Assist with grant proposals, reports, and other key fundraising documents (such as the annual
report), including compiling information and drafting/outlining.
- Develop and update organization’s printed and online materials.
- Assist with fundraising campaigns and opportunities, such as an annual fundraising event and the
end-of-year online campaign.
For all information go to
http://www.egjustice.org/sites/default/files/Job%20Announcement%20Aug%202014.pdf
Posted: 09/12/14. Job Listing #157.
University of South Carolina School of Law – (alumni)
Children’s Law Center
Columbia, SC
Please see three different postings below:
Administrative Manager I – Juvenile Justice Attorney
Job Descriptions: Develops and conducts training for juvenile justice and legal professionals,
including juvenile defenders, juvenile prosecutors, Department of Juvenile Justice staff, and
related professionals. Develops printed and web-based resource materials and provides
information on juvenile justice law.
Minimum Qualifications: Law degree, membership in good standing in the South Carolina Bar,
and at least 5 years of relevant experience, including juvenile justice proceedings. Must have
thorough knowledge of South Carolina statutory and case law relating to juvenile justice. Must
have thorough knowledge of family and circuit court procedures and rules in proceedings
relating to juveniles. Must be familiar with major policy issues affecting the prosecution and
treatment of juveniles.
Program Manager I
Job Description: Functions as Coordinator of the South Carolina Children's Justice Act Task
Force, supports accomplishment of Task Force recommendations, and facilitates related training
programs for the Children's Law Center.
Minimum Qualifications: Master's degree in related field and 4 years relevant program
experience, or bachelor's degree and 6 years relevant program experience. Relevant experience
must be direct experience in investigation, court presentation, or intervention in child protection
and/or criminal child abuse cases.
Preferred Qualifications: Prefer experience in both child protection/family court system and the
criminal justice system. Prefer experience in coordination of committees or task forces. Prefer
experience in management of grants and contracts
Administrative Manager I - Regional Attorney Trainer
Job Description: Develops and conducts legal training for Department of Social Services
caseworkers and legal staff, including development of specialized training programs.
Coordinates court preparation portion of basic caseworker training, which includes mock
hearings. Supervises regional attorney trainers. Prepares written resource materials. Assists
Senior Resource Attorney with planning and program design.
Minimum Qualifications: Requires law degree, membership in the S.C. Bar, and five (5) years
of experience as a practicing attorney in family court, including child protection proceedings and
handling appeals. Must have training experience.
Preferred Qualifications: Prefer at least one year of supervisory or management experience.
Prefer experience representing the child protection agency.
USC requires individuals to complete an online application. You may access USC Jobs
Online Employment site at http://uscjobs.sc.edu. EOE/AA
Posted: 09/09/14. Job Listing #155.
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Children’s Law Center – (recent graduates/alumni)
University of South Carolina School of Law
Columbia, SC
Please go to http://childlaw.sc.edu/Positions%20Available.shtml to view details of available
positions.
Posted: 07/30/14. Job Listing #137.
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Moore & Van Allen PLLC – (alumni)
Suite 4700
100 North Tryon Street
Charlotte, NC 28202
Intellectual Property Associate
Moore & Van Allen PLLC has immediate needs in its Charlotte office for an Intellectual
Property associate with two to three years of experience primarily in patent prosecution and
technology transactional matters. Qualified individuals will have an undergraduate degree in
either chemical engineering or chemistry. Excellent academic performance and strong
interpersonal skills required. Patent Bar membership is preferred but proper academic degree to
sit for patent bar is required. Please email resume, cover letter and transcript to
[email protected]
Posted: 05/14/14. Job Listing #088.
PERMANENT POSTINGS
State of New York Unified Court System – (alumni)
NY
For all postings and information go to: http://www.courts.state.ny.us/careers/statewide
Permanent Posting
Veteran Employment Opportunities
Veterans may access future job opportunities on our VA for Vets website; from the right side of
the homepage, scroll to the end under the header -- Featured Jobs: http://vaforvets.va.gov/.
Permanent Posting
Carolina Legal Associates – (recent graduates/alumni)
1330 Lady Street, Suite 503
Columbia, SC 29201
Attention: Marsha Silver, President
Carolina Legal Associates specializes in the placement of attorneys for private law firms,
corporate legal departments, and governmental entities on a permanent or contractual basis. We
can offer you increased exposure in areas in the legal profession that you may not have
considered or did not previously have an opportunity. After evaluating your qualifications and
needs, we can assess the best positions for you based on your experience and interest. There is
never a fee to you to work with Carolina Legal Associates. For more information and additional
job opportunities, please visit our website www.carolinalegalassoc.com or contact our office at
(803) 799-8835.
Contract Attorneys- Immediate opportunities are available statewide for both experienced
attorneys and recent law school graduates! Attorneys needed to work on document review
projects. Both short and long term projects available with flexible hours and opportunity for
bonuses. Previous document review experience helpful, but not required. Resumes will be held
in strict confidence and should be forwarded along with three (3) professional references to
[email protected] or [email protected] for consideration. For
additional information, please contact our office @ (803) 799-8835.
Permanent Posting
PartnerJD – (recent graduates/alumni)
401 North Tryon Street
Charlotte, NC 28202
PartnerJD is a full service legal recruiting firm that specializes in cost-effective e-Discovery
staffing solutions for law firms and corporations. Please go to http://partnerjd.com for all
information.
Permanent Posting
United States Department of Justice – (alumni)
Washington, D.C.
To learn more about Justice and our legal careers, please visit our website:
www.justice.gov/careers/legal . We encourage all interested applicants to apply; however,
please note that due to temporary funding restrictions we may not be able to fill all of the
currently advertised positions.
Permanent Posting
City of Chicago Department of Law – (recent graduates/alumni)
Chicago, IL
PLEASE GO TO www.cityofchicago.org/careers FOR A COMPLETE LISTING OF JOB
ANNOUNCEMENTS AND INFORMATION.
****No email applications will be accepted****
Permanent Posting
Hire Counsel – (recent graduates/alumni)
575 Madison Avenue, Suite 3000
FNew, NY 10022
Contact Name: Desi Fernandez
Title: Managing Director
Type of Organization: Business
Email: [email protected]
Web Address: www.hirecounsel.com
Deadline to Apply: ASAP
Start Date: Immediate
Seeking: Recent Graduate, Alumni,
Position Description: Admitted and Non-licensed Attorney - Document Review
Columbia, SC
Job Summary
Hire Counsel, the only legal staffing company that offers equity participation and profit sharing
to temporary employees, is seeking admitted attorney and non-licensed JD attorney candidates to
assist with a large-scale document review project in Columbia, South Carolina.
Our client, a national law firm, has an immediate need for project attorneys to start a long-term
document review project in Columbia, SC.
Prior document review and/or practice experience is not required but is preferred. Recent law
school graduates are encouraged to apply! This firm offers a wonderful work environment and is
a great way to add valuable E-discovery document review experience to your résumé.
If you are not from the area, Hire Counsel can provide you with the best prices for extended stay
options. Come enjoy all the Southern hospitality that Columbia offers. Please send your résumé
and 3 references via email as an MSWord attachment to:
[email protected] .
Required Experience
• Active bar admission in any US jurisdiction and/or
• JD from ABA accredited law school
• Detail oriented and focused
• Live in or be willing to commute to Columbia, SC daily
Project Details
• Start Date: Immediately
• Schedule: 40 to 60 hours per week, Monday through Friday
• Duration: Long-term
• Pay Rate: Market rate
Available Benefits
Equity participation through Employee Stock Ownership Plan, provided meeting plan
requirements
Highly competitive hourly rates/compensation
Direct Deposit
401(k)
Medical, Dental, Disability Insurance among others
Holiday Pay
Bonus Pay
About Hire Counsel
Hire Counsel is proud to be a 100% employee owned company through the HCMC Legal, Inc.
Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP). This unique corporate structure allows for equity
participation by our temporary employees through the ESOP, provided they meet the Plan
requirements. As a qualifying employee, you will become part of a growing family of legal
contract professionals participating in a precedent setting employee benefit.
The ESOP benefit is in addition to our generous benefits packages including medical, dental and
disability insurance, 401(k) plan, as well as holiday and bonus pay.
At Hire Counsel we take great pride in the professional, courteous and congenial manner in
which we work with all of our employees. We recognize our success is due to the efforts of our
talented pool of hardworking temporary employees.
Hire Counsel is a national legal staffing organization dedicated to providing our clients with the
finest candidates available. We keep this promise by offering our candidates an industry-leading
benefits package and by hiring smart, experienced staff, all of whom are attorneys and paralegals
committed to responsive, active service.
All résumés are held in strict confidence. We NEVER forward your résumé anywhere without
obtaining your authorization first.
How To Apply
Please send your résumé and 3 references via email as an MSWord attachment to:
[email protected]
Refer a friend and receive a bonus.
For details visit http://www.hirecounsel.com/employee-referral-bonus-program
For additional opportunities visit http://www.hirecounsel.com/jobs_search_results.php
Permanent Posting
South Carolina Department of Social Services – (alumni)
P.O. Box 1520
Columbia, SC 29202
Attention: Dorothy J. Killian, Assistant General Counsel
County Attorney position vacancies throughout the state; responsibilities include providing legal
representation in Family Court for abuse and neglect, Termination of Parental Rights, and Adult
Protective Services cases. Competitive salaries; state insurance and related fringe benefits.
To Apply: Go to www.jobs.sc.gov to apply.
Permanent Posting
LinkedIn (Search for Jobs)
www.linkedin.com
LinkedIn has a Jobs section and people seeking jobs are encouraged to join. A
PROFESSIONAL picture is needed. Please contact the Career Services Office if you have any
questions.
Permanent Posting
American Civil Liberties Union Foundation
Various Locations
Please go to http://www.aclu.org/careers to view all open positions, including Staff Attorney –
Racial Justice Program, NY and Legislative Counsel/Lobbyist in Washington Legislative Office,
Washington, D.C.
Permanent Posting
University of South Carolina – (recent graduates/alumni)
Columbia, SC
If you are interested in applying for University of South Carolina jobs please go to
https://uscjobs.sc.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/frameset/Frameset.jsp?time=1373390131001
Permanent Posting
WEBSITE INFORMATION
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Job postings for this agency are continually listed at www.fbijobs.gov Please visit website for
information.
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IRS Office of Chief Counsel – (recent graduate/alumni)
USAJOBS link for the tax attorney positions:
http://jobsearch.usajobs.gov/jobsearch.asp?jbf522=&fn=4466&q=&FedEmp=N&sort=rv&vw=d
&jbf574=TR93&brd=3876&ss=0&FedPub=Y&caller=%2Fa9trirs.asp&SUBMIT1.x=102&SUB
MIT1.y=6
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Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC)
The MCC is a U.S. Government corporation whose mission is to provide assistance that will
support economic growth and poverty reduction in carefully selected developing counties that
demonstrate a commitment to just and democratic governance, economic freedom, and
investments in their citizenry. Website: www.mcc.gov Job postings for this agency are listed at
www.avuedigitalservices.com Please visit website for information.
South Carolina Government Jobs – (recent graduates/alumni)
To view the full job posting for any opening at State of South Carolina, click here:
http://agency.governmentjobs.com/sc/default.cfm
Click on a job title to view the complete job posting of any position listed. After you have
reviewed the job posting, you can apply for the position by clicking on the "Apply" button and
completing the online application.
USDOJ – (alumni)
Various Locations
Attorney Vacancies at the U.S. Department of Justice
There are current attorney vacancies at the United States Department of Justice. We encourage
all interested applicants to apply; however, please note that due to temporary funding restrictions
we may not be able to fill all of the currently advertised positions.
To learn more about Justice and our legal careers, please visit our website:
www.justice.gov/careers/legal/.
Attorney Jobs
http://www.attorneyjobs.com
BarBri Bar Review
http://www.barbri.com
Department of Justice
http://www.usdoj.gov
Directories/Job Boards
http://www.airsdirectory.com
Earthjustice Legal Defense Fund
http://www.earthjustice.org
Equal Employment
http://www.eeoc.gov
Federal Communications Commission
http://www.fcc.gov/jobs
Find a Firm Profile
http://www.lawperiscope.com
Florida State Jobs
https://peoplefirst.myflorida.com
Glassdoor
https://www.glassdoor.com/index.htm
Institute for Justice
http://ij.org
Landmen
www.landmen.net
Martindale-Hubbel Law Directory
http://www.martindale.com
National Labor Relations Board
http://www.NLRB.gov
North Carolina Conference of District Attorneys
http://www.ncdistrictattorney.org/jobopportunities.html
Ohio State Legal Services Association
http://www.oslsa.org
Richland County Bar Association
www.richbar.org
South Carolina Bar
http://www.scbar.org
The Law Clerk Hiring Plan
http://www.cadc.uscourts.gov
U.S. Patent & Trademark Office
https://oedci.uspto.gov/OEDCI/
United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
http://www.ca9.uscourts.gov
United States Bankruptcy Court - District of South Carolina
http://www.scb.uscourts.gov
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