Job Listings

  • 09/01/2022 2:46 PM | Anonymous

    The Metropolitan King County Council hereby gives notice of judicial vacancy in the Shoreline Electoral District of the King County District Court. The Council currently intends to fill this vacancy pursuant to state law and county code. To be eligible to serve as a district court judge in this position, an individual must be a registered voter and legal resident of the Shoreline Division’s electoral district and a lawyer admitted to practice law in Washington State.  RCW 3.34.060; K.C.C. 2.68.075.  The election precincts that make up the Shoreline Division’s electoral district are set forth in Section 1.C.4 of King County Ordinance 19421.  Pursuant to K.C.C 2.70.020, to be considered for appointment, a candidate must have a current rating of, at a minimum, “qualified” for a district court judicial position from the King County Bar Association and at least one other bar association operating in King County with an eligible judicial candidate evaluation process, as defined in K.C.C 2.70.020.F.2.  Under the County Code, ratings are “current” until the expiration date stated in the rating communication or until three years after the date the rating communication was issued if no expiration date is stated. Any individual wishing to be considered for appointment must deliver to the clerk of the council, in electronic form, the following application materials:

    1.  A letter of interest, which must specify the division of the district court to which the applicant is requesting appointment and should explain why the individual wishes to serve as a district court judge, how the applicant is qualified to do so and specify the division of the district court to which the applicant is requesting appointment;

    2.  The individual’s resume;

    3.  A copy of the completed responses to questionnaires submitted to the King County Bar Association to obtain its rating;

    4.  A copy of the communication from the King County Bar Association and from at least one bar association defined in K.C.C 2.70.020.F.2 informing the individual of the individual's rating for appointment to the district court; and

     5.  Any supporting information the individual would like the council to consider.

    These application materials must be received by the clerk of the council, in electronic form, not later than 4:30 p.m., October 17, 2022.  The clerk's email address is:

    For questions, regarding the KCBA evaluation process, contact Tom Lockyear at or (206)267-7034.

  • 09/01/2022 2:41 PM | Anonymous

    City of Seattle's Office of Labor Standards is hiring a Policy Analyst! The Policy Analyst will work on projects that further the development and implementation of Seattle's existing and future labor standards. Our forward-thinking work focuses on policies that advance economic justice, workplace equity, worker well-being, and centers our City’s most vulnerable workers. This work may include legislation, administrative rules, fiscal recommendations, and programs subject to review and approval by policy makers.


    Here is a direct link to the job description and application page:

    We will be accepting applications for this position until 4:00pm Pacific Time on Tuesday, September 13th.


  • 08/22/2022 3:57 PM | Anonymous


    1112 Quince St. SE

    MS 41183

    Olympia, WA 98504







    The Washington State Office of Civil Legal Aid (OCLA) is an independent state judicial branch agency that, among other things, administers and oversees the state’s programs for appointed counsel to represent children and youth in dependency cases. OCLA’s Children’s Representation Program (CRP) underwrites and oversees the delivery of effective, standards-based, equity-informed representation for children and youth for whom attorneys are appointed under state law. The CRP is committed to fostering fundamental change in Washington State’s child welfare and juvenile court practices, which have historically and continue to cause disproportionate harm to BIPOC children and youth, as well as children and youth who have a range of learning and related disabilities; are victims of multiple and compounding traumas; and who lack a legal voice in the process.

    The CRP is currently looking for exceptional attorneys with a passion for equity and justice for children and youth involved in the child welfare system to provide legal representation for children 8-17 in dependency proceedings; 0-17 in termination proceedings; and youth 18-21 participating in the extended foster care program in Yakima, Kittitas, Benton, Franklin, and Walla Walla Counties.

    Compensation: Full-time contracts are compensated at $132,000-$144,000 annually based on experience. Part-time contracts are compensated as a percentage of a full-time contract. Case-by-case contracts may be available and are compensated on an hourly basis.

    Support: CRP-contracted attorneys have access to funds for expert services as well as access to technical support from CRP staff. The CRP also coordinates and hosts a number of CLEs annually to ensure contractors can meet contractual training requirements.

    Travel: Attorneys for children and youth are expected to have periodic in-person contact with their clients. Contractors are eligible for reimbursement for mileage, lodging, and incidental expenses incurred during the course of qualifying case-related travel.

    If you are interested in becoming a contractor with OCLA for representation of children and youth in Yakima, Kittitas, Benton, Franklin, and/or Walla Walla counties, please follow the application procedures detailed below.


    The following qualifications are required:

    • Licensed member in good standing of the Washington State Bar.
    • Ability and willingness to meet OCLA’s Children’s Representation Program Standards for Attorney, including:

    o Participation in OCLA’s case activity and outcome tracking requirements and use of OCLA’s Case Activity, Reporting and Oversight System (CAROS).

    o Participation in eight (8) hours of child welfare-related trainings and CLEs on an annual basis, including one (1) hour of training related specifically to issues of equity in the child welfare system

    o Maintaining professional liability insurance

    o Submitting to semi-annual reviews by CRP staff as part of the CRP’s oversight function

    o Engaging in regular consultation with CRP Program Counsel on issues relating to the provision of contracted legal representation

    • Familiarity with RCW 13.34 and other statutes, court rules, and procedures pertaining to dependency, extended foster care, and termination proceedings.
    • Commitment to providing standards-based, culturally sensitive, and equity-informed representation to children and youth
    • Ability to employ effective, trauma-informed communication with children and youth consistent with their developmental ability to understand
    • Commitment to investigating and raising issues relating to racial inequities and systemic biases that are prejudicial to the child or youth, in consultation with the child or youth
    • Be or become fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or petition for a religious or medical exemption

    For new attorneys or attorneys with limited experience representing children in dependencies, the following conditions are required in addition to those listed above:

    • Willingness to actively participate in regional Communities of Practice and engage with designated CRP Attorney Mentors
    • Participate in OCLA-provided orientation trainings

    Application Procedure

    Applications will be accepted until positions are filled. To apply, please email the following information to with the county or counties of interest in the subject line:

    • Letter of interest which includes your qualifications, caseload capacity, and county or counties of interest;
    • Resume; and
    • Three professional references

    OCLA reserves the right to amend this Request for Qualifications and/or to refrain from contracting with any and all applicants. The request for qualifications does not obligate the State of Washington or OCLA to contract for the services specified.

  • 08/22/2022 3:50 PM | Anonymous

    The Administrative Office of the Courts has new job opportunities posted.  For more information about these position, to review the job description, inquire about benefits, or to apply, please click below:


  • 08/22/2022 3:48 PM | Anonymous

    Apply Now:  The online application for the Attorney General’s Honors Program (HP) and the Summer Law Intern Program (SLIP) is open. The deadline for law students and eligible graduates to apply is Tuesday, September 6, 2022, at 11:59 PM ET. The HP is the nation's premier entry-level federal attorney hiring program. You will find more detailed information online, including eligibility requirements, participating components, application tips, and a link to the application!



    Please spread the word about these exciting legal hiring programs and opportunities to join the United States Department of Justice!  


    Below is a list of current attorney and legal internship vacancies at the U.S. Department of Justice. Please post on your internal sites and distribute to any interested audience, including law student organizations and other affinity groups.


    As the federal agency whose mission is to ensure the fair and impartial administration of justice for all Americans, the Department of Justice is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive work environment. To build and retain a workforce that reflects the diverse experiences and perspectives of the American people, we welcome applicants from the many communities, identities, races, ethnicities, backgrounds, abilities, religions, and cultures of the United States who share our commitment to public service. We welcome applications from candidates who are interested in positively contributing to Justice and hope that you will consider joining the dedicated public servants at the Department of Justice.  To learn more about Justice and our legal careers, please visit our website at

  • 08/22/2022 3:46 PM | Anonymous

    The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is seeking to hire a trial attorney for its Seattle or San Francisco offices.  We would appreciate it if you would advise your members about this vacancy.  The position is open from August 19 to September 1, 2022.  Detailed information about the position and the requirement to submit an application through the USAJobs website can be found here: USAJOBS - Job Announcement.

  • 08/08/2022 3:57 PM | Anonymous

    The Sexual Violence Law Center, a nonprofit law firm that provides free legal assistance and representation to survivors of sexual and gender based violence. SVLC is seeking a compassionate, solutions-oriented Staff Attorney to join our team. Members of WWL who are passionate about survivor rights and adept at facilitating creative and strategic survivor-centered legal representation and assistance based on race and gender equity practices are welcome to apply! 

  • 07/30/2022 6:40 PM | Anonymous
    Summary of Duties

    **This employment opportunity will remain open until filled. The Thurston County Prosecuting Attorney's Office reserves the right  to close this recruitment at any time.**


    The Thurston County Prosecuting Attorney's Office is seeking resumes from highly motivated and qualified individuals interested in an appointment for the position of a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney within our Criminal Division. Duties include prosecution of District Court, Juvenile Court, and/or Superior Court cases, depending on level of qualifications.
    NOTE: Depending upon qualifications, the successful applicant will be placed at a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney I or II classification.

    All Details are here.

  • 07/30/2022 6:38 PM | Anonymous

    Electronic Arts is the leading interactive entertainment company, powered by innovative technology. We create incredible experiences for millions of players around the world. But what matters most is our people who inspire us, and the world, to play. As we bring new forms of entertainment to people around the world, we need creative, collaborative, diverse and adaptable people to keep making Electronic Arts better.

    Details here:

  • 07/30/2022 6:34 PM | Anonymous


    Cairncross & Hempelmann (“CH&”) is a full-service law firm in Seattle that advises our diverse client base in business, land use, real estate, litigation, and bankruptcy and creditors’ rights.  Our hallmark culture hinges upon respect, collegiality, and genuine care which extends to all CH& employees, as well as to our clients and their teams. 

    We are seeking a Commercial Litigation Associate to join our dynamic litigation group.  Our key areas of focus are real estate litigation, business disputes and complex contracts, construction litigation, design professional liability claims, and policy holders’ insurance coverage in state and federal court.  The ideal candidate will have 1– 3 years of general commercial litigation experience with an interest in construction litigation and construction contract drafting.

    Superior academic credentials, excellent written and verbal communication skills, and current WSBA membership (or membership in another state bar plus the ability to pursue WSBA membership) are required.

    Our firm recently renewed our commitment to racial equality and social justice and implemented the CH& Racial Equality & Social Justice Plan that invites all attorneys and staff to engage, take action, and continue to broaden diversity and awareness in our communities.  The CH& Diversity Team was started in 2004 and drives the firm’s initiatives and action. For more information, go to Diversity | Cairncross & Hempelmann.

    We offer a competitive salary, generous benefits, friendly people and a wonderful working environment. Check us out at EOE. Send cover letter, resume, law school transcript, references, and a document on which you were the primary author to:

    Human Resources

    Cairncross & Hempelmann, P.S.

    524 Second Avenue, Suite 500

    Seattle, WA 98104-2323