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JOB POSTING: 


Application Deadline: 05/30/2022
Hiring Company Name: Burr & Forman LLP
Position Title:  Creditors' Rights / Bankruptcy Associate
Type of Position:  Full Time Employment
Brief description of the job opportunity:  Burr & Forman's Atlanta office is seeking a bankruptcy and restructuring attorney with 2-5 years' experience. Qualified candidates will be self-starters with great client management skills, superior academic credentials, and exceptionally strong legal research and writing skills. Candidates should have experience representing debtor and creditors in a broad range of restructuring matters, including chapter 11 cases, out-of-court restructurings, bankruptcy-related acquisitions and disputes. Bankruptcy judicial clerkships are preferred, but not required.
Company Description: Burr & Forman’s experienced legal team serves clients with local, national, and international legal needs. With particular industry strengths in the financial institutions, health care and manufacturing sectors, our attorneys draw from a diverse range of backgrounds and experience to serve as trusted business advisors and legal counsel to help clients achieve their goals. Burr & Forman is a Southeast, regional firm with 350 attorneys and 19 offices in Alabama, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.

We invest our time and talents in our Clients, Colleagues and Communities. It is not just hard work, knowledge and experience that are integral to the quality and delivery of our legal services, it is also a diverse, creative and forward thinking approach that enables us to achieve exceptional results that matter.

Burr & Forman is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to recruiting, hiring, developing, and promoting lawyers and staff without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, military and protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, transgender status, sex stereotyping, or disability.
Job Responsibilities:
Job Requirements:
Company Website: https://www.burr.com/
Candidate's contact to apply:  Website Application Page (Include Link Below)
Website Application Page:  https://burr.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Attorneys/job/Atlanta-GA/Creditors--Rights-Bankruptcy-Associate_R472/apply



JOB POSTING: 



Application Deadline:

5/13/2022

Hiring Company Name:

De la Cruz Law, LLC

Position Title: 

Paralegal-Probate and Estate Planning

Type of Position: 

Full Time Employment

Brief description of the job opportunity: 

Do you want to help people who are in difficult and sometimes life-altering situations? Do you want to ensure that clients are protected in the event that something unexpected happens to them or their loved ones? Do you want to ensure that the client’s business is protected?

We are an entrepreneurial estate planning, probate, elder, and business law firm that is on track for aggressive growth and we need an experienced paralegal to join our team and be a total superstar – working directly with the owner to support the team and help our clients.
We want to be known for helping our clients who are coming out of an extremely emotional process, feeling as though they are in a better position and that they had a team behind them that really cares for them. We are growing fast and we need a Paralegal who can hit the ground running.

Company Description:

De la Cruz Law, LLC is a collaborative, entrepreneurial, positive and growth-minded law firm that believes in investing in its employees. We believe that every staff member has the ability to grow in a positive and diverse environment. Our mission is to help small businesses and families create life and business plans that prevent unnecessary stress during life's unexpected events.

Job Requirements:

Have a minimum of two to three years of experience in probate, estate planning, and/or business law.
Take initiative on work that needs to be prepared and complete tasks with minimal hand-holding.
Currently, this position is a hybrid. This position will also be required to file probate petitions in person.

Company Website:

https://delacruz-law.com

Candidate's contact to apply: 

Individual- (Include Contact Information Below)

Hiring Individual: 

Cherish De la Cruz

Email

hire@delacruz-law.com

Phone

770-637-8813

Address

3355 Lenox Road, Suite1000
Atlanta GA
30326
United States



JOB POSTING: 


> In-House: 


Application Deadline: 05/01/2022

Your Name:

Rahul Sheth

Your Title:

Partner

Your Company:

Bovis, Kyle, Burch & Medlin, LLC

Your Email:

rsheth@boviskyle.com

Your Phone:

678-338-3919



Hiring Company Name:

Bovis, Kyle, Burch & Medlin, LLC

Position Title: 

Associate Attorney (Civil Litigation)

Type of Position: 

Full Time Employment

Brief description of the job opportunity: 

Bovis, Kyle, Burch & Medlin, LLC seeks an associate attorney for its litigation department with 1 - 3 years of experience in civil litigation (insurance defense preferred but not required). Candidate must be a member in good standing with the Georgia Bar.


Up to 50% work from home after initial in-office training. Responsibilities to include handling written discovery, depositions, motions (strong legal research and writing skills required), and witness and trial preparation assistance.


Salary negotiable based on experience.

Company Description:

Bovis, Kyle, Burch & Medlin, LLC is a premier law firm which represents clients in Georgia, the Southeast, throughout the United States and internationally. Our strategic, multifaceted approach has resulted in a proven track record of success.

Job Responsibilities:

Job Requirements:

Company Website:

https://www.boviskyle.com

Candidate's contact to apply: 

Individual- (Include Contact Information Below)

Website Application Page: 

Hiring Individual: 

Rahul Sheth

Email

rsheth@boviskyle.com

Phone

678-338-3919




JOB POSTING: 

Application Deadline: 05/13/2022
Hiring Company Name: De la Cruz Law, LLC
Position Title:  Legal Internship in Probate, Business and Estate Planning
Type of Position:  Student Internship
Brief description of the job opportunity:  De la Cruz law, LLC is offering a summer internship to an exceptional second year law student who possesses a strong academic background, excellent research and writing skills, and a commitment to servicing clients in estate planning, probate, elder and business law. If successful, this internship could turn into a permanent part-time position throughout the school year and possibly a permanent position after graduation. A stipend of $650 a week will be provided for a 30 hour work week.
At De la Cruz Law LLC, our mission is to help families and small businesses create life and estate plans that save money, create peace of mind and prevent unnecessary stress during life’s unexpected events.
Company Description: De la Cruz Law, LLC is a collaborative, entrepreneurial, positive and growth-minded law firm that believes in investing in its employees. We believe that every staff member has the ability to grow in a positive and diverse environment. Our mission is to help small businesses and families create life and business plans that prevent unnecessary stress during life's unexpected events.
Job Responsibilities: - Research, draft and prepare petitions for probate
- Write reports and draft legal memos for all legal cases 
- Reviewing pending legislation - new probate laws, tax laws, and any legislative changes 
- Draft cover letters and simple court documents
- Draft Petitions, Motions and other court documents
- Help attorneys prepare cases for probate hearings 
- Assisting lawyers in the courtroom (occasionally)
- Develop positive relationships with Court Personnel and follow-up with them on a weekly basis to ensure cases are moving forward and update clients on the status of their case
- Research and prepare draft of presentations for Attorney's Speaking Engagements. - Work with marketing assistant to finalize presentations.

Business: 
- Draft corporate bylaws, LLC agreements, shareholder agreements
- Prepare and Organize Estate Planning Binders and act as Witness for Signings
- Preparing discovery and responses to discovery demands

Estate Planning:
- Prepare and draft Estate Planning Documents and Ancillary Documents and assist with Funding of Documents
Job Requirements: Education and Related Work Experience:
- Rising second-year law student at an accredited law school;
- Strong academic background;
- Excellent research and writing skills; and
- Commitment to client service 
- Interest in probate, estate planning, elder and business law

Knowledge, skills, and abilities:
- Commitment to servicing clients and serving in a professional and collaborative environment
- Technology savvy
- The ideal candidate would be bilingual and have an intermediate proficiency in either Spanish, Vietnamese, Mandarin or Korean.
Company Website: https://delacruz-law.com/
Candidate's contact to apply:  Individual- (Include Contact Information Below)
Website Application Page: 
Hiring Individual:  Cherish De la Cruz
Email user@delacruz-law.com
Phone
Address 3355 Lenox Road, Suite1000
Atlanta GA
30326
United States


> Government :


JOB POSTING: 


Application Deadline: 12/30/2022
Hiring Company Name: Office of the Fulton County Solicitor General
Position Title:  Assistant Solicitor-General I, II, and III
Type of Position:  Full Time Employment
Brief description of the job opportunity:  The attorneys selected will be responsible for all aspects of prosecution of misdemeanor offenses in the Atlanta Judicial Circuit.
Company Description:
Job Responsibilities:
Job Requirements:
Company Website: https://fultonrestorativejustice.org
Candidate's contact to apply:  Individual- (Include Contact Information Below)
Website Application Page: 
Hiring Individual:  Tamikia Moses
Email tamikia.moses@fultoncountyga.gov
Phone
Address 160 Pryor Street SW
3rd Floor Atlanta Georgia
30303
United States





Application Deadline:

06/20/2022

Hiring Company Name:

Supreme Court of Georgia

Position Title: 

Central Staff Attorney (Pro Se Focus)

Type of Position: 

Full Time Employment

Brief description of the job opportunity: 

The Supreme Court of Georgia is accepting applications for the position

of Central Staff Attorney (Pro Se Focus) to begin work July 1, 2022.

Background information about the Court may be found at www.gasupreme.us.

Duties: The Central Staff Attorney (Pro Se Focus) works under the

supervision of a Justice and the Clerk to assist the Court with its

extensive pro se litigant workload by performing substantive legal and

procedural analysis of prisoner and non-prisoner matters filed without

an attorney.

Company Description:

The Clerk’s office of the Supreme Court of Georgia is the public office of the Court. The Clerk’s office receives, processes, and maintains permanent records of appeals, State Bar Disciplinary cases, Fitness Board matters, and is the repository of the rules of practice of other courts and other official documents filed with the Court. It is the goal of the Clerk’s office to serve the Court and the public with pride and efficiency, respect and a spirit of public service. We aim to be courteous, helpful, professional and consistent.

Job Responsibilities:

Duties include initial review of pro se submissions (e.g.,

petitions, pleadings, motions, letters, and other matters) to determine the

procedural vehicle used, the issues involved, and the basis for requested

relief, and to provide information and advice to the Clerk’s office staff and

Justices on such matters; drafting appropriate responses to pro se inquiries not assigned a case number or related to a pending matter; helping improve the effectiveness of how the Court handles pro se matters; and performing other duties as assigned. The Court relies on the judgment of the attorneys in its Central Staff as well as their writing skills, analytical abilities, and attention to detail. Central Staff attorneys must be able to interact effectively with all of the Justices and Court staff, to work independently and within a team, to manage a large caseload while meeting strict deadlines, and to maintain confidentiality.

Job Requirements:

Requirements: OCGA ยง 15-2-19 requires Supreme Court staff attorneys to be admitted to the State Bar of Georgia within one year of employment. Other requirements include graduation from an accredited law school with strong academic credentials, strong performance in undergraduate studies, demonstrated writing and analytical abilities, and great integrity and character. Prior experience as a judicial law clerk or in criminal trial or appellate law is favored

Company Website:

www.gasupreme.us

Candidate's contact to apply: 

resume@gasupreme.us

Website Application Page: 

To apply, send an email to resume@gasupreme.us with Subject Line: Central Staff Attorney (Pro Se Focus). Attach the following materials to the e-mail as separate PDF files: Cover letter explaining interest in the position and noting the first date the applicant would be available to start. Resume including GPA and class rank in law school and undergraduate school. Law school transcript. Writing sample (not heavily edited by others). List of references Applications will be considered and interviews scheduled on a rolling basis until the position is filled.



> Non-Profit I Schools: 


JOB POSTING: 


Application Deadline:

06/30/2022

Hiring Company Name:

ACLU of Georgia

Position Title: 

Legal Director

Type of Position: 

Full Time Employment

Brief description of the job opportunity: 

The American Civil Liberties Union of Georgia (ACLU-GA) is seeking a dynamic and visionary Legal Director to lead and grow the ACLU-GA's legal department in advancing and shaping the civil rights and civil liberties landscape in Georgia. The Legal Director serves as a member of the ACLU of Georgia senior leadership team and contributes at a high level to advance the organization’s goals. Specifically, the Legal Director is responsible for leading the organization’s legal team and program, which includes building a robust docket, ensuring that it advances the ACLU-GA’s strategic priorities, engaging an integrated advocacy model and collaborating with local, state, and national partners in our shared pursuit to guarantee all persons the civil liberties and rights contained in the United States and Georgia Constitutions and Bill of Rights.

To Apply:
Applications should include a cover letter, resume, and list of three professional references to jobs@acluga.org. To facilitate our review, your email should have the subject line: “[Your last name] Legal Director Application.” We will review applications on a rolling basis until the position is filled.
This job announcement provides a general but not comprehensive list of the essential responsibilities and qualifications required. It does not represent a contract of employment. The ACLU-GA reserves the right to change the description and/or posting without advance notice.
The ACLU-GA is an equal opportunity / fair chance employer. We value a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture. The ACLU-GA encourages applications from all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, disability, veteran status or record of arrest or conviction. We encourage applicants with disabilities who may need accommodations in the application process to contact: info@acluga.org.

Company Description:

The ACLU of Georgia is a nonprofit organization committed to defending the civil rights and civil liberties of all Georgians.

Job Responsibilities:

Core Responsibilities:
• Maintain and develop ACLU-GAs impact litigation docket, which proactively advances our strategic priorities and responds to threats to civil liberties;
• Apply an integrated advocacy approach by collaborating internally with the Communications, Policy & Advocacy, and Development departments to advance the ACLU-GA’s strategic priorities ensuring maximum media exposure, coordinating policy and legal advocacy tactics, and developing financial resources to grow;
• Manage all aspects of the ACLU’s litigation program, including coordinating the selection of cases in concert with the Executive Director; overseeing the investigation and development of cases before commencing litigation; and building litigation teams with in-house lawyers, cooperating counsel, and nonprofit partners;
• Oversee staff attorneys and cooperating attorneys as they engage in complex litigation in Federal and State court, including overseeing all aspects of discovery, motion practice, briefs, trials, appellate work, and amicus briefing;
• Engage in public speaking, articulating the ACLU’s views to the media and the public on a broad range of issues;
• Manage, motivate, and mentor a department of 3-5 team members, with the possibility of long-term growth;
• Develop and manage the Legal Department budget, including the proper allocation and expenditure of resources.

Job Requirements:

Qualifications include:
• JD from an accredited law school and licensed to practice law in the state of Georgia (or licensed in another state and qualified to apply for admission in Georgia within 6 months);
• Minimum of 5 years practice as a litigator, with trial and appellate experience in federal and/or state courts, particularly complex litigation;
• The ability to think creatively and to use non-litigation strategies to promote objectives;
• Exceptional analytical, writing, and speaking skills;
• Track record of proven leadership skills, including supervising, overseeing, and/or mentoring legal staff, working with diverse stakeholders, coordinating with both internal and external partners;
• Superb organizational skills with strong follow-through and the ability to meet tight deadlines;
• An absolute commitment to the highest ethical and professional standards;
• Cultural competence, a commitment to work toward equity, diversity, inclusion, and belonging, and an understanding of how structural racism, sexism, and prejudice against people based on their race, sex, gender, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, different ability and age-pervade our society and its institutions;
• Willingness to work irregular hours as needed, along with occasional travel within Georgia;
• Experience in non-profit advocacy or other community-based groups is a plus.

Company Website:

https://acluga.org/


Website Application Page: 

https://acluga.org/

Hiring Individual: 

Sean Young, Legal Director

Email

jobs@acluga.org

Phone

770-303-8111

Address



United States

Full Job Post PDF:

Legal_Director_Job_Announcement_ACLU_of_GA.pdf




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