Closing Date: 12th August, 2022

Description:

About The Position
Assists the Managing Self-Help Attorney with oversight, management and evaluation of the Court's self-help program and are assigned to oversee multiple self-help and family law facilitator centers throughout the Court. For a detailed job description, please click here. Please note the requirements in the job description may vary from the requirements in this bulletin. Applicants must meet the requirements stated in this bulletin.

This is an at-will managerial position. The Trial Court Employment Protection and Governance Act (SB 2140) authorizes the Court to exclude managerial employees from the employment protection provisions of the Act subject to meet and confer.

Telework Opportunities
This position is eligible for partial telework following an initial training period.

Minimum Requirements:
To qualify, you must meet one of the following options at the time of filing:
  • Option I: Graduation with a Juris Doctor degree from an accredited law school -AND- Two (2) years of experience supervising the activities and administrative functions of Attorneys performing legal services for self-represented litigants for a court or non-profit agency.
  • Option II: Graduation with a Juris Doctor degree from an accredited law school -AND- Seven (7) years of demonstrated experience managing the activities of legal professional staff within a non-court public or private entity.

Licenses; Certificates; Special Requirements:
A member of the California State Bar in good standing.

A valid California Class C driver's license or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job-related essential functions.

Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles Supervising Self-Help Attorneys may only practice law within the scope of their duties as employees of the Court, and are prohibited by Court policy from any outside practice of law during the course of their employment. This prohibition includes giving legal advice, receiving fees, and/or appearing in any court on behalf of another person.

Note: Credit for experience is given based on a 35 to 40-hour workweek. Part-time experience is credited on a part-time ratio, i.e., working 20 hours per week for two months equals one month of experience. No additional credit is given for overtime.