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The candidate must be licensed in the State of Washington. Should preferably have 4-5 years of demonstrated experience in civil litigation defense, and professional malpractice. Must be familiar in working with State and Federal courts. read more
Manager -Care Continuum Innovation
Duties: Responsible for the operations, economics and quality outcomes of post-acute community partnerships. Overall execution, analysis and management and oversight of contractual relationships and strategies for cost avoidance. Ensures adequate and efficient provision of resources and an environment that facilitates optimal patient care. This is a management level position that is broad in scope and encompasses a wide range of services.... read more
Bilingual Staff Attorney
Duties: Provide direct representation to clients in removal proceedings before the Immigration Court, on appeal to the Board of Immigration Court or before the federal courts, and before the Department of Homeland Security; Perform related administrative tasks; Maintain a working knowledge of significant policies, laws and trends in immigration law, particularly as it impacts low-income immigrants and refugees and those impacted by the criminal ju... read more
Senior Director, Corporate Attorney
The candidate will work with colleagues to provide support in various corporate legal matters and will be responsible for drafting, negotiating and reviewing commercial agreements of all types, including, property management agreements. Should have a Bachelor's degree and J.D. degree from an accredited law school with 2+ years of experience in-house or at a law firm. Major law firm experience is a significant plus. Should be licensed to ...
The candidate will be preparing and e-filing pleadings; preparing discovery requests; preparing for trial, i.e. trial binders, ER904s; scheduling depositions, mediations, and IME's; heavy calendaring; and file reviews, which includes medical records and utilizing Excel spreadsheets. Should have 5+ years trial litigation experience, preferably in personal injury.
Responsibilities: Preparing and e-filing pleadings; preparing discovery requests; preparing for trial; scheduling depositions, mediations, and IMEs; heavy calendaring; and file reviews, which includes medical records and utilizing Excel spreadsheets.
Duties: Drafting legal documents, including contracts, pleadings and letters. Transcribing dictation. E-filing and preparing working copies for court. Interact with current and potential clients. Maintain legal files and records in the case management system. Overall case management and calendaring. Work with clients, opposing attorneys, and court staff, if required.
Duties : The candidate shall be drafting legal documents, including contracts, pleadings and letters. Transcribing dictation, E-filing and preparing working copies for court. Interact with current and potential clients. Maintain legal files and records in the case management system. Overall case management and calendaring. Work with clients, opposing attorneys, and court staff, if required.
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The candidates must have a demonstrated record of academic excellence, strong research and writing skills, an entrepreneurial spirit and a genuine commitment to client service. Law students are required.
The interns will have the opportunity to learn about the constituent advocacy process and the inside operations of a US Senate Office. Responsibilities include verbal and written communication with constituents and government agencies, research into federal government concerns and general administrative duties.
Application Deadline: November 15
Intern will work for constituent services and outreach. State interns work with staff members in Senator offices throughout Washington state, directly interacting with the public and learning firsthand about the constituent advocacy process. Interns will help field constituent requests, communicate with federal government agencies, research, and interact with the public and local groups. Interns may attend briefings with concerned citizens and organizatio...