Supervising Clients’ Rights Advocate

The Supervising Clients’ Rights Advocate is equivalent to an Associate Managing Attorney position and works under the direct supervision of the Managing Attorney and in collaboration with other OCRA attorneys and advocates.  They are a member of the OCRA management team.  They provide ongoing supervision, consultation, and technical assistance to attorneys and advocates in their duties to assist and/or directly represent persons with developmental disabilities in pursuing administrative and legal remedies. 

Supervising Attorney – Bilingual, Fair Hearing Project

The Supervising Attorney will be the project coordinator for DRC’s Fair Hearing Project.  Project staff will provide representation at administrative hearings for monolingual Spanish-speaking regional center consumers. The Fair Hearing Project will be limited to service denials that will result in serious harm to the client.

Assistant Clients’ Right Advocate 1

The ACRA assists and advocates for people with developmental disabilities who are regional center clients, including people who reside in state developmental centers and community facilities.  The ACRA is primarily responsible for clerical and administrative support for the office, which provides information, advice, and representation on a wide range of legal topics impacting people who receive regional center services.  Examples are special education, Social Security, IHSS, healthcare and insurance, and living in the community.

Child Protective Services Attorney

Placer County Counsel’s Office, located in Auburn, is recruiting for a California licensed attorney with extensive Child Protective Services experience to fill one position of Deputy County Counsel at level II/III/IV. Salary will be determined based on experience at the time of employment offer with the hiring authority.

Public Sector Litigation Attorney

The successful candidate for this position will be assigned primarily to a general litigation assignment. Applicants are encouraged to identify in their application all relevant litigation experience.

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