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The Law School does not currently have a formal Placement
Office. However, all job listings received by the Law School are
posted on the Student Bulletin Boards and on this site for a
period of 60
days. In addition,
students receive placement counseling and advisement from the
Dean and Faculty. If you would like to submit a job posting
please send with expiration date to
Temporary Law Clerk
Berry Appleman & Leiden is
seeking 4-5 Law Clerks for our San Francisco office for a
temporary assignment. Primary responsibilities, under the
supervision of Practice Manager, Team Manager, or Attorney,
include assisting our legal team in preparing corporate
immigrant and non-immigrant visa petitions and other immigration
applications. Secondary responsibilities include other duties as
assigned by the Practice Manager, Team Manager, or Attorney.
Find more information
here. Posted 7/15/14.
Berliner Cohen, one of the largest and finest law firms
in San Jose, has an immediate opening for an Associate Attorney
with 2+ years of litigation experience and an interest in
business, commercial, real estate and employment litigation law.
The successful candidate will possess a strong academic
background, a proven track record of strong performance and
measurable results with exceptional communication, analytical,
and writing skills. Berliner Cohen offers a congenial
environment and an excellent benefit and compensation package.
If you are interested in joining our team, please submit cover
letter and resume to
Qualified applicants will be contacted.
Volunteer Law Clerks and Judicial Externs
Federal Bankruptcy Judge Arthur S. Weissbrodt is seeking applications from law
school graduates and law students who are interested in serving as unpaid
volunteer Law Clerks or Judicial Externs beginning immediately and/or during
this summer, Fall Semester 2014 and/or Spring semesters 2015.
Law Clerks and Judicial Externs work on trials and motions.
They typically help
prepare the Court for complex motions calendars, perform research, and assist in
the drafting of decisions. The issues on which they work are highly diverse,
involving matters of state and federal substantive law and bankruptcy law, and
federal procedure. They spend time in court and also learn how a judge's
chambers operate. Interested
candidates should submit a resume, writing sample, and law school
transcript. Preference will be given to candidates who have taken a course in
bankruptcy law or debtor/creditor rights; this is not a requirement for the
position. Applications should be sent by e-mail to
or addressed as follows:
The Honorable Arthur S.
United States Bankruptcy Judge
United States Bankruptcy Court
280 S. First St., 3rd Floor Room 3035
San Jose, CA 95113
Attention: Kristi Gerrior, Administrative Law Clerk