Staff Attorney

The Staff Attorney will provide legal services (advice, negotiation, litigation, document preparation) to seniors in accordance with the program and case priorities.

Staff Attorney

Under supervision of the managing attorney, participate in all aspects of litigation including, but not limited to: client interviews, factual investigation, legal research, discovery, preparation of legal documents, negotiations, trials, and appellate work in both State and Federal Courts; appear at administrative hearings; provide legal advice to individual clients, and general legal information to eligible community groups as well as to the public in general.

Staff Attorney

Under supervision of the Sacramento office’s Managing Attorney, will participate in all aspects of advocacy and litigation including, but not limited to: client interviews, factual investigation, legal research, discovery, preparation of legal documents, negotiations, trials, and appellate work in both state and federal courts; appear at administrative hearings; provide legal advice to individual clients, and general legal information to eligible community groups as well as to the public in general; responsible for serving medical-legal partnership sites, including intake and case handling for medical-legal partnership clients and ongoing medical provider training.

California Indian Legal Services (CILS)

California Indian Legal Services (CILS)

(Bay Area, California Statewide, Central Coast, Central Valley, Eastern California, Northern District, Rural, Sacramento Region, Southwestern California) Launched four decades ago, CILS is one of the oldest non-profit law firms devoted exclusively to the cause of Native American rights. HQ in Escondido, with offices in Bishop, Eureka, and Sacramento.
Organization Type: Provider
Lists: IOLTA Field Programs, IOLTA-Funded, LSC Grantees