Colorado Bar Association CLE is hiring an enthusiastic Program Attorney to plan, design, organize and carry out continuing legal education programs based on our publications.
Your key tasks and responsibilities would include: developing top-quality CLE programs; creating marketing brochures to reach potential attendees; developing new program ideas; attending relevant outside meetings; maintaining and growing strong relationships with faculty members and authors; taking a leadership role in running programs both on and off-site; some evenings, weekends and travel is required.
Must have: a license to practice law; a minimum of 4 years’ legal experience; high proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite; demonstrated organizational skills and meticulous attention to detail, particularly project management and editing. Salary range is $70-75,000 based on experience. Please email your resume and cover letter to Assistant Executive Director Heidi Ray, email@example.com, by January 24, 2020.
District Judges Priscilla Loew and Roberto Ramirez are hiring a new law clerk to work with them in the felony criminal docket and will work on trial and post-trial case. Aside from the application, the Judges seek a cover letter expressing interest in the position as well as a resume.
The application can be found at: https://www.its.courts.state.co.us/mosaic/careerApplyNow?positionNumber=6979.
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Foundation of Colorado seeks dynamic, skilled, mission-driven applicants for a full-time Staff Attorney position. The successful applicant will join the ACLU staff in Denver. Under the direction of the ACLU Legal Director and other experienced attorneys, the Staff Attorney will participate in litigation and legal advocacy to further the ACLU's mission of protecting the civil rights and civil liberties of all persons in Colorado. For more information, please click here.
Application period opens for Judicial Nominating Commission positions
Forty vacancies to occur on 17 commissions
Applications are now being accepted for upcoming vacancies on 17 Judicial Nominating Commissions throughout Colorado.
As of Dec. 31, 2019, there will be 40 vacancies as detailed below. Judicial nominating commissioners are volunteers and serve six-year terms interviewing applicants for judicial vacancies and nominating candidates to the governor.
The First Judicial District (Jefferson & Gilpin Counties): 2 vacancies; 1 attorney vacancy, 1 non-attorney vacancy.
The Fourth Judicial District (El Paso & Teller Counties): 1 attorney vacancy.
The Sixth Judicial District (La Plata, Archuleta, & San Juan Counties): 3 vacancies; 1 attorney vacancy, 2 non-attorney vacancies.
The Ninth Judicial District (Garfield, Rio Blanco, & Pitkin Counties): 4 vacancies; 1 attorney vacancy, 3 non-attorney vacancies. One commissioner must reside in Rio Blanco County.
The Tenth Judicial District (Pueblo County): 2 vacancies; 1 attorney vacancy, 1 non-attorney vacancy.
The Twelfth Judicial District (Saguache, Mineral, Rio Grande, Alamosa, Conejos, & Costilla Counties): 2 vacancies; 1 attorney vacancy, 1 non-attorney vacancy. One commissioner must reside in Alamosa County and one commissioner must reside in Saguache County.
The Thirteenth Judicial District (Morgan, Logan, Sedgwick, Phillips, Yuma, Washington, & Kit Carson Counties): 3 vacancies; 1 attorney vacancy, 2 non-attorney vacancies. One commissioner must reside in Morgan County, one commissioner must reside in Washington County, and one commissioner must reside in Kit Carson County.
The Fourteenth Judicial District (Moffat, Routt, & Grand Counties): 2 vacancies; 1 attorney vacancy, 1 non-attorney vacancy. One commissioner must reside in Grand County.
The Fifteenth Judicial District (Cheyenne, Kiowa, Prowers, & Baca Counties): 3 non-attorney vacancies. One commissioner must reside in Cheyenne County and one commissioner must reside in Baca County.
The Sixteenth Judicial District (Crowley, Otero, & Bent Counties): 3 non-attorney vacancies. One commissioner must reside in Bent County.
The Seventeenth Judicial District (Adams County & City and County of Broomfield): 2 vacancies; 1 attorney vacancy, 1 non-attorney vacancy. One commissioner must reside in the City and County of Broomfield.
The Eighteenth Judicial District (Lincoln, Elbert, Douglas, & Arapahoe Counties): 1 attorney vacancy.
The Nineteenth Judicial District (Weld County): 1 attorney vacancy.
The Twentieth Judicial District (Boulder County): 2 non-attorney vacancies.
The Twenty-First Judicial District (Mesa County): 3 vacancies; 2 attorney vacancies, 1 non-attorney vacancy.
The Twenty-Second Judicial District (Montezuma & Dolores Counties): 1 non-attorney vacancy.
The Supreme Court Nominating Commission: 5 vacancies; 2 attorney vacancies (1stCongressional District & 6th Congressional District), 3 non-attorney vacancies (3rd Congressional District, 6thCongressional District, & At-Large).
More information on nominating commissions may be found on the Judicial Branch Web site at http://www.courts.state.co.us/Courts/Supreme_Court/Nominating.cfm.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, with initial application review and consideration beginning on Oct. 11, 2019. Applications may be made only online at the State of Colorado Boards and Commissions Application page at https://www.colorado.gov/governor/boards-commissions-application. Applicants should include a current resume or biography where indicated on the application.
Colorado Attorney General Jobs
See https://coag.gov/employment/attorney-positions for more information. Check back frequently, as the COAG is adding postings on a rolling basis.