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Associate Attorney Opening

ASSOCIATE ATTORNEY NEEDED in great small law firm practicing family, estate, probate, elder and business law.
We are looking for 2-4 years of experience. Most work will be done in Woodland Park, with some work in Colorado Springs.

We need someone who has a confident personality, positive attitude, is a self-starter, detail-oriented, organized, a good communicator, and great with people. Honor and integrity are of utmost importance.

Please send a one page cover letter that includes salary requirements, legal experience and career goals, as well as a resume and references, to carla@mollerlawgroup.com.

Magistrate Opening

Job Title:
Magistrate
Job Code:
450500
Monthly Salary Range:
$11,644.00 - $11,644.00
Signature of the State Court Administrator approval available on file in the Human Resources Division.
General Statement Of Duties:
Performs a variety of judicial duties in the Colorado Judicial System including deciding the merits of cases, hearing and evaluating evidence and witness credibility, analyzing laws and rules, making findings of fact and conclusions of law and issuing oral or written decisions and orders to resolve cases. Provides administrative direction for the operation of a judicial division including supervisory accountability for division staff, volunteers or interns.
Distinguishing Factors:
Work assignments are designated by the Chief Judge of the judicial district and can require performing judicial duties in any or all of the following areas: criminal, civil, juvenile, domestic relations, probate, traffic and other judicial proceedings. The Magistrate position reports to the Chief Judge of the Judicial District and is not an elected position.  A Magistrate serves in a classified, non-certified position that is considered at-will and may be terminated at any time with or without cause.
Essential Functions Of the Position:
Conducts the following judicial activities:
Initial appearance proceedings, including advisement of rights, setting bail, and imposition of conditions of release pending further proceedings; Bond review hearings; Preliminary and disposition hearings; Arraignments on indictments and information; etc.
Supervisor Responsibilities:
This position requires administrative responsibility for the operation of a judicial division including supervisory accountability for division staff, volunteers, or interns. Etc.
Minimum Education:
Graduation from an accredited law school; possession of a certificate of admission to the Bar of the State of Colorado and eligibility to practice law before the courts of the State of Colorado. Applicants must have at least five (5) years of experience as a practicing attorney. etc.
 For full details on this position and how to apply, see the position listing on the Fourth Judicial's Website.

Personal Injury Attorney

We are seeking an experienced Personal Injury attorney to join our Colorado Springs team. Our attorneys benefit from the many resources afforded by a culture of teamwork, integrity, passion and respect. They enjoy a team structure that relies heavily on client-facing, hands-on experience. Founded in 1974, McDivitt Law Firm is a leading plaintiff law firm with five offices in Colorado. Qualifications include: Approx 3 years Personal Injury experience. Strong analytical skills. Colorado Bar License req. Apply at https://mcdivittlaw.applicantpro.com/jobs/

Internships Available

The El Paso County Bar Association is a membership organization serving the local legal community. We host legal education courses, connect the public to attorneys, and conduct charitable activities through our charitable arm, The Justice Center.  As a small nonprofit, we handle everything in house: social media, client applications, fundraising, e-publications, website updates, event planning, mentoring programs, accounting, and more.  We want to give students the opportunity to explore their interests. An internship would be flexible and based on the interests and career goals of the student.

Please email a resume and statement of interest to Kristi Dorr Gilkes, Esq., Executive Director at executivedirector@elpasocountybar.org

Pueblo Assistant City Attorney Position

The City of Pueblo, Colorado, is accepting applications for Assistant City Attorney. This is an exceptional opportunity with significant flexibility in areas of work assigned with a preference, but not a requirement, for an applicant with labor and employment law experience. Applicants must have at least four (4) years of experience in the active practice of law with at least two (2) years of experience in areas of law affecting municipalities. The City offers competitive compensation and an excellent benefit package including enrollment in PERA.

Click here for full job description and to apply.

Application deadline is August 26, 2016.

 

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