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City Attorney Dennis Herrera speaks to City Attorney staff at the beginning of his term in January 2014.
City Attorney Dennis Herrera speaks to City Attorney staff at the beginning of his term in January 2014.

Diversity and Inclusion 
San Francisco’s diversity is one of its greatest strengths, and our office aims to reflect the communities we serve. We believe that diversity in our office is crucial to successfully performing the variety of work we are entrusted with as the City’s attorney. Being able to draw on different perspectives allows us to be at the forefront of legal issues both locally and nationally.

We recognize that much work remains to be done to celebrate diversity in the legal profession. We are committed to continuing our role in contributing to that effort. The City Attorney’s Office encourages a diverse applicant pool, welcomes qualified applicants of all backgrounds, and awards jobs based on fair and open competition.

Current Opportunities
The San Francisco City Attorney’s Office is looking for a Legal Secretary to join its Trial Team.  The position supports a high-volume, busy litigation and trial practice.  Under supervision, the legal secretary provides legal secretarial and clerical services of a difficult, responsible and confidential nature.

An ideal candidate has a minimum of 2 years of verifiable experience as a legal secretary transcribing dictation and typing legal documents including petitions, motions, briefs, complaints and other legal forms.

If you are interested in this position please visit the link below for a full job posting and to apply: https://www.jobapscloud.com/SF/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=TPV&R2=1458&R3=091379

Applying
Prospective candidates for all city government positions—including the City Attorney’s Office—are encouraged to visit the “Job Seekers” section of the S.F. Department of Human Resources’ website to learn more about employment with the City and County of San Francisco.

Further, the City Attorney’s Office welcomes resumes and cover letters from prospective applicants for employment opportunities.  As positions become available, the Office will review resumes and cover letters received. We recommend that employment related communications be mailed via U.S. Postal Service to following address:

Attention: Managing Attorney OFFICE OF THE CITY ATTORNEY City Hall, Room 234 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place San Francisco, CA 94102