Office of General Counsel
Attorney I: $94,899 - $142-228
Attorney II: $104,388 - $156,455
Attorney III: $117,692 - $176,401
The State Bar of California is a public corporation within the judicial branch of government that regulates California lawyers to protect the public and seeks to enhance the administration of justice for all citizens. The Office of General Counsel (OGC) employs the in-house attorneys to the State Bar. The legal work includes advice to and representation of the State Bar Board of Trustees, committees and staff in administrative and civil trial and appellate litigation and transactional work in substantive areas such as: Bar discipline and admissions; labor and employment; copyright; bankruptcy; real estate; contracts; regulatory work; governance; public records and open meeting laws; and general corporate matters.
We seek an attorney with knowledge of and experience in transactional work. Transactional experience should include drafting, negotiating and providing advice on contracts for goods and services. Transactional experience from within a state or public agency is preferred, but not required. The attorney will mainly handle transactional work but will also handle other work of OGC, as needed.
The State Bar of California OGC offers a unique compensation package, including competitive salary, paid health insurance and other benefits, 14 holidays, vacation/sick leave, CalPERS Retirement, 457b savings plan, a commuter subsidy and more. The successful candidate will be placed in classification and provided a salary commensurate with her/his experience.
Active membership in the State Bar of California and no professional disciplinary record in California or any other jurisdiction are required.
UPDATED SEPTEMBER 30, 2021
Condition of Employment
Employment with the State Bar of California requires full vaccination and proof of full vaccination for COVID-19 before starting work. Exemptions to the mandatory vaccination policy may be available for a medical condition, disability, or sincerely held religious belief and must be approved before starting work.
San Francisco, California