Lincoln supports its students throughout the law school journey and beyond.
Explore your options and jumpstart your career. Connect with Lincoln career resources and mentors and take your career further.
Find your legal career.
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is the nation’s oldest and largest civil rights organization. The principal objectives of the NAACP are to ensure the political, educational, social and economic equality of all persons. As part of its mission, the NAACP seeks to enforce federal, state, and local laws securing civil rights and to educate persons about their constitutional rights.
Litigation firm in Redwood Shores seeks part-time law clerk to assist attorneys in legal and factual research, to gather information from clients, and to aid in trial preparation. Prior litigation experience helpful but not necessary.
Family Law Office seeks motivated, energetic, smart, hardworking associate attorney.
This is an excellent growth opportunity for an attorney looking to gain substantive litigation experience and grow in the area of family law litigation.
If interested in this position, please send a resume and a cover letter to leg[email protected]
The Superior Court of California, County of San Francisco, invites applications from third-year law students or law school graduates interested in a one-year, temporary law clerk position with the Court.
Filing Deadline : 4:00 p.m., Friday, February 21, 2020
Danko Meredith Trial Lawyers is seeking a motivated litigation attorney, with 5 to 8 years of litigation experience, to become an essential member of the firm’s trial team. The ideal candidate will have the competence to manage multiple cases from intake to verdict. The attorney should demonstrate formidable pre-trial and negotiation skills and also excel in verbal and written communication, display good judgment and work well under pressure.
HCRC attorneys represent death row inmates in post-conviction habeas corpus proceedings in which we investigate and review the constitutionality of California capital convictions and sentences, and file petitions alleging the ways in which our clients’ constitutional rights were violated in their capital trial and sentencing procedures. Interns assist case teams in all facets of this work, attend a multi-day training program with interns from other Bay Area-based defense organizations, tour San Quentin State Prison, and participate in activities designed to introduce them to multiple contacts in the field of capital defense
The Managing Attorney position will (1) provide oversight of their assigned team (staff attorney, legal assistant, and volunteers); (2) provide affirmative immigration relief services; (3) provide representation of clients in deportation proceedings; and (4) work closely with other UFW Foundation programs to drive an organizing culture which influences systemic change. There are three (3) Managing Attorney positions: 1 to Northern Central Valley, 1 to Southern Central Valley, and 1 to the Southern Central Coast. These are full-time exempt positions. The Managing Attorney will be a member of the purpose of the Community Colleges Immigration Services Project whose goal it is to provide students, staff, and faculty free immigration legal services, including education and outreach services, on-campus as well as through the UFW Foundation’s Teleconsulta services, (Telemedicine model for immigration consultations).
The Staff Attorney position will (1) provide affirmative immigration relief services; (2) provide representation of clients in deportation proceedings; (3) outreach at assigned community college campuses; and (4) work closely with other UFW Foundation programs to drive an organizing culture which influences systemic change. There are four (4) Staff Attorney positions, they will be located in one of the following locations: Northern Central Valley, Southern Central Valley, and Southern Central Coast. These are full-time exempt positions. The Staff Attorney will be a member of the purpose of the Community Colleges Immigration Services Project whose goal it is to provide students, staff, and faculty free immigration legal services, including education and outreach services, on campus as well as through the UFW Foundation’s Teleconsulta services, (Telemedicine model for immigration consultations).
The Law Office of Travis H. Whitfield, A Professional Corporation, is seeking a professional who has taken the Bar exam and awaiting results, or someone who has been attorney for a year. The position is temporary to permanent.
- Creating spreadsheets
- Possible court appearance
- Meetings with clients and staff
- Other miscellaneous duties
This is a paid job and it can also can turn into a potential attorney position for someone who is waiting for their bar result.
The Development Director is responsible for organizing and implementing all fundraising activities to ensure the sustainability and future expansion of the organization. Click here to learn more.