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Litigation Paralegal for a San Francisco Firm
Posted January 19, 2021

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Litigation Paralegal

Job Description:
We are assisting a San Francisco law firm with their search for a Paralegal. This is an opportunity to work alongside well-known lawyers representing public agencies throughout California on a wide variety of cases.

Under the direct supervision of an attorney and a Sr. Paralegal, this position will:
• Draft, proofread and finalize documents including correspondence, subpoenas, pleadings, motions, and discovery;
• Assist with preparing for trials, hearings and other litigation matters;
• Prepare for depositions and interact with experts;
• Assist with the conflicts process;
• Provide project management on the above-mentioned client services.

If you are interested in using your litigation knowledge on a robust yet small team to assist preeminent attorneys with representing cities, counties, municipalities, and non-profits on labor & employment, personal injury, and other matters get in touch to learn more. 

The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree and/or an ABA-approved Paralegal certificate plus at least 4 years of related litigation paralegal experience, excellent writing, and effective organizational skills.

This role will begin remotely then return to the office when safe to do so. 

Compensation:
$65,000 - $85,000 DOE

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates can send a resume to – 

Janice Shepherd
Executive Legal Recruiter
Access Talent Solutions, LLC
janice@accesstalentsolutions.com
415.915.5071

Employer Name:
Access Talent Solutions 

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco, California 

Employer Website:
Access Talent Solutions

Company Description:
At Access Talent Solutions, we are committed to being career advocates. We dedicate ourselves to working with talented legal professionals that are seeking the opportunity to partner with an experienced, dedicated legal recruiter. Through our expertise and hiring connections, we support our candidates in navigating the rapidly changing job market, while providing ongoing personalized career coaching.

Legal Assistant for San Francisco City Attorney's Office Public Integrity & Investigations Team
Posted December 23, 2020

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Legal Assistant - San Francisco City Attorney's Office Public Integrity & Investigations Team

Job Description:
The San Francisco City Attorney’s Office is looking for a Legal Assistant to join its Public Integrity and Investigations Team. The Public Integrity and Investigations Team consists of an attorney team leader and investigators who support the work of all teams in the office. This includes collecting and reviewing documents; locating, interviewing, and/or serving witnesses with legal process; preparing reports of interviews; conducting background and asset investigations; and preparing reports of investigative findings related to allegations of employee misconduct. The legal assistant works under the direction of attorneys and/or paralegals, and performs a variety of paraprofessional legal duties.

This position requires excellent communication skills and an ability to work independently as well as collaboratively across multiple teams. The role requires the ability to analyze legal problems and perform detailed analytical work with accuracy and initiative. The ideal candidate is able to manage multiple tasks and deadlines, accept written and oral instructions, and deal tactfully and professionally with attorneys, office personnel, court personnel, vendors, representatives of other governmental departments/entities, and the general public.

RESPONSIBILITIES
• Assist in formatting and processing documents in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and other common work applications.
• Log case assignments to investigators and track workloads and deadlines.
• Assist with invoices and tracking contract renewal deadlines.
• Assist with discovery by collecting, managing, and reviewing documents obtained from litigants, City departments, and experts.
• Prepare subpoena orders and work with litigation vendor to obtain records from non-City entities.
• Work with databases such as Concordance, iPro Eclipse, CaseMap, and Text Map to organize, search, and review documents for relevance, responsiveness, and privilege.
• Organize and prepare documents, exhibits, and other materials in support of written reports and for use in interviews and legal/administrative proceedings.
• Review medical and client records as well as interview transcripts and prepare summaries.
• Proofread and cite-check investigative reports and legal documents.
• Assist with compiling witness and exhibit binders for use in interviews and reports.
• Assist with the presentation of evidence using PowerPoint and Trial Director.
• Assist with scheduling investigative interviews (both in person and remote); tracking investigator leave and reimbursement requests; and opening, maintaining, and closing physical and electronic case files.
• Manage evidence and supply rooms.
• Communicate with other counties and agencies to obtain records and recreate criminal histories.
• Initiate and assist in responding to Public Records Act requests.
• Communicate with counsel for represented parties to obtain document productions by secure FTP site and to log and track all document requests and productions.
• Enter final documents into Citylaw and to work with IT and Litigation Support to manage access to electronic files.
• Work with Department of Technology to request and process email productions.
• Assist with other projects and duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
• Paralegal certificate from an ABA-approved program, or other significant work experience such that statutory requirements are satisfied (Bus. & Prof. Code § 6450 compliant).

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS
• Minimum 1-2 years of experience as a paralegal or legal assistant or 5+ years as a legal secretary providing proof of performing high level duties as described under Responsibilities section above.
• Working knowledge of legal procedures, legal terminology, and court rules.
• Adept in Microsoft Office Suite.
• Experience with Adobe Professional, TextMap, and Concordance, iPro Eclipse, CaseMap, and Trial Director a plus.
• Familiarity with Webex and Teams including the ability to share documents and manage access.

Compensation:
TBD

Employer Contact:
To apply for this position, please send your resume and cover letter to Colleen Dietterle, Manager of Legal Support and Administrative Services, at: colleen.dietterle@sfcityatty.org

Employer Name:
City & County of San Francisco - City Attorney's Office

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco

Employer Website:
City & County of San Francisco - City Attorney's Office

Company Description:
For more information please visit our website.

Legal Assistant for San Francisco City Attorney's Office Transportation Team
Posted December 23, 2020

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Legal Assistant - San Francisco City Attorney's Office Transportation Team

Job Description:
The San Francisco City Attorney’s Office has an opportunity for a legal assistant to join the Transportation Team. The Transportation Team serves as general counsel to the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, or SFMTA, which plans, designs, builds, operates, regulates and maintains one of the most diverse transportation networks in the world, including bike lanes, taxis, and the bus and rail transit service known as Muni. The Transportation Team also deals with emerging transportation, like shared scooters and autonomous vehicles, and advises other city officials and departments on transportation-related issues. This position requires excellent verbal and writing skills, and an ability to work both independently and collaboratively across multiple legal teams. The candidate is expected to have the ability to analyze legal problems, and perform detailed analytical work with accuracy and initiative. The candidate will be a self-starter who is able to manage mul tiple tasks and deadlines, accept written and oral instructions, and communicate effectively and tactfully with co-workers, office personnel, court personnel, vendors, representatives of other governmental departments/entities, and the general public. The responsibilities listed below are representative of the range of duties assigned and are not an exhaustive list.

RESPONSIBILITIES
• Review and proof contracts, legislation, responsive pleadings, various discovery documents, subpoenas, legal memoranda and correspondence for accuracy.
• Assist with review and disclosure of documents responsive to public records requests and third-party subpoenas.
• Assist with discovery, particularly electronic discovery including the review and production of documents obtained from litigants and City departments maintained in IPRO Eclipse; prepare privilege logs.
• Conduct searches and manage documents in IPRO Eclipse, Concordance, CaseMap and Text Map, and review documents within these programs for relevance, responsiveness and privilege.
• Assist in preparing various motions and ensuring that filings are accurate, properly formatted, and filed in a timely manner, including filing electronically.
• Organize and prepare documents, exhibits, and other materials for discovery, hearings, and trials, assist in maintaining team files, including an electronic database of key written advice.
• Work on multiple projects simultaneously and prioritize work assignments from multiple attorneys.
• Draft and issue subpoenas.
• Maintain calendars for multiple attorneys
• Assist with review and disclosure of documents responsive to public records requests and third-party subpoenas.
• Implement document litigation holds across various City departments.
• Assist with other projects and duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
• Paralegal certificate from an ABA-approved program, or other significant work experience that satisfies the statutory requirements of Business & Professions Code Section 6450.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS
• Minimum 1 – 2 years of litigation experience as a legal assistant or paralegal or 5+ years as a legal secretary providing proof of performing high level duties as described under Responsibilities section above.
• Working knowledge of legal procedures, legal terminology, and court rules.
• Adept in Microsoft Office Suite.
• Experience with Adobe Professional, TextMap, Concordance, Eclipse, CaseMap, and Trial Director, or other similar software.

Compensation:
TBD

Employer Contact:
To apply for this position, please send your resume and cover letter to Colleen Dietterle, Manager of Legal Support and Administrative Services, at: colleen.dietterle@sfcityatty.org

Employer Name:
City and County of San Francisco - City Attorney's Office

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco

Employer Website:
San Francisco City Attorney's Office

Company Description:
For more information please visit our website.

Paralegal for San Francisco City Attorney's Office - Workers Compensation TeamX
Posted December 23, 2020

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Paralegal - San Francisco City Attorney's Office - Workers Compensation Team

Job Description:
The San Francisco City Attorney’s Office is looking for an experienced Paralegal to join
its Workers Compensation Team. The Workers Compensation Team represents all city
departments in workers’ compensation matters. This team engages in extensive discovery, negotiation, litigation, trial and appellate work. This team also provides advice to the Department of Human Resources, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency and other departments on developing workers’ compensation issues and recent legislative changes in the law. Paralegals work under the direction of attorneys and provide a wide range of paraprofessional legal support in a fast paced, high volume, litigation practice. This position requires excellent verbal and writing skills, and an ability to work both independently and collaboratively across multiple legal teams. The candidate must have the ability to analyze legal problems, perform detailed analytical work with accuracy and initiative and exercise excellent judgment. The candidate will be a self-starter who is able to manage multiple tasks and deadlines, accept written and oral instructions, and communicate effectively and tactfully with attorneys, office personnel, City departments and agencies, court personnel, vendors and the general public.

RESPONSIBILITIES
• Responsible for negotiation, resolution or litigation of liens following resolution of the case in chief.
• Appear before the Workers Compensation Appeals Board for hearings and trials.
• Assist with implementing litigation holds across various City departments.
• Assist in preparing motions by gathering exhibits, ensuring documents are accurate, properly formatted and filed in a timely manner.
• Assist in drafting and reviewing subpoenas, all forms of discovery documents, legal memoranda and correspondence.
• Assist with discovery, particularly electronic discovery, and the organization, case management, collection, and review strategy of documents obtained from litigants and City departments.
• Conduct database searches in IPRO Eclipse, Concordance, CaseMap and Text Map, and review documents within these programs for relevance, responsiveness and privilege.
• Organize, review and prepare documents, exhibits, transcripts and other materials for use during investigations, depositions, hearings or trial, including preparing and running Trial Director.
• Assist with team-wide project management. This includes, but is not limited to, coordinating with attorneys and staff to ensure all deadlines are met in a timely manner; managing work flow and work loads of paraprofessionals on litigation matters; distributing and redistributing projects and tasks, as needed, so that all team deadlines are met; and communicating with the Paralegal Manager and Team Leader as to work status or if additional resources are needed.
• Mentor and train legal assistants and paralegal interns. This includes training on legal procedures as well as litigation support software.
• Assist with other projects and duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
• Paralegal certificate from an ABA-approved program, or other significant work experience such that statutory requirements are satisfied (Bus. & Prof. Code § 6450 compliant).
• Minimum 5 years of litigation or transactional experience as a paralegal or legal assistant.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS
• Working knowledge of legal procedures, legal terminology and court rules.
• Adept in Microsoft Office Suite.
• Experience with TextMap, Concordance, Eclipse, CaseMap and Trial Director, Adobe Professional or other similar software.

Compensation:
TBD

Employer Contact:
To apply for this position, please send your resume and cover letter to Colleen Dietterle, Manager of Legal Support & Administrative Services, at: colleen.dietterle@sfcityatty.org

Employer Name:
City and County of San Francisco - San Francisco City Attorney's Office

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco

Employer Website:
San Francisco City Attorney's Office

Company Description:
Please visit our website for additional information.

Paralegal for Steven Adair MacDonald & Partners
Posted December 18, 2020

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Paralegal

Job Description:
Steven Adair MacDonald & Partners, P.C., a San Francisco real estate law firm that continues to grow, seeks a full time paralegal to join the dynamic team.

QUALIFICATIONS

• Bachelor’s degree

• At least one year of paralegal or relevant legal assistant experience

• Tech savvy

• Familiar with e-filing

• Excellent communication skills

• Experience preparing documents for court filing and service, organizing files.

• Experience assisting attorneys with all aspects of discovery and trial preparations

• Experience calendaring hearings and deadlines

• Team player

THE LAW FIRM ENVIRONMENT INCLUDES:

• Friendly, business casual environment

• Competitive salary and full benefits package

• Supportive law firm

• Opportunities to grow personally and professionally

• Flexible position and allows working from home in certain circumstances (particularly now due to pandemic restrictions)

Steven Adair MacDonald & Partners, P.C. is an equal opportunity employer. EMAIL ONLY. No phone calls please.

Compensation:
To be determined 

Employer Contact:
For consideration, please submit 1) cover letter, 2) resume, 3) salary requirements, and 4) reference list to hiring partner at tlo@samlaw.net with "Paralegal Resume" in the subject line. EMAIL ONLY. No phone calls please. 

Employer Name:
Steven A. MacDonald & Partners

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco

Employer Website:
Steven A. MacDonald & Partners

Paralegal for Hildebrand, McLeod & Nelson
Posted December 10, 2020

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Paralegal

Job Description:
Oakland based multijurisdictional litigation firm is seeking an experienced legal secretary/paralegal.

The following qualifications are required:

  • Detail-oriented and organized
  • Bachelor's degree preferred
  • Paralegal certificate
  • 5-7 years of litigation experience required
  • Must have knowledge of California and Federal practice and procedure
  • Draft, review, and proofread ingoing and outgoing discovery, letters, motions and memorandums
  • Manage case files, including filling documents, scheduling court appearances, calendaring deadlines, and manage trial attorney schedules
  • Understanding of California Discovery Code
  • Ability to comprehend and act upon local court rules and procedural code in preparation for trial
  • Assemble motion and trial documents and evidence
  • Review and organize files and medical records
  • Comfortable communicating with clients and gathering critical information
  • Act as a liaison with expert witnesses
  • Computer and software savvy: Requires use of customer relations software, Trial Director, Microsoft office; including Word, Outlook and Excel, etc.

Overall, you must be a nice and positive person with strong communication, organizational and time-management skills, and you must be a self-starter.

Compensation:
To be determined

Employer Contact:
Please send a resume, cover letter and references to Andrea Albee via email. Contact Info: albee@hmnlaw.com and (510) 463-8838

Employer Name:
Hildebrand, McLeod & Nelson

Employer City / Location:
Oakland

Employer Website:
Hildebrand, McLeod & Nelson

Paralegal/Legal Assistant I for All-Pro Placement
Posted November 16, 2020

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Paralegal I

Job Description:
The Paralegal/Legal Assistant I (PA-I) performs a variety of legal assistance duties in an office providing legal assistance to attorneys or litigation teams. The PA-I gathers, analyzes and assesses fact and circumstances of bankruptcy cases to make recommendations concerning possible enforcement action consistent with applicable law. The PA-I provides support and assistance to Program Attorneys in trial preparation and litigation. 

The PA-I also makes requests for information from various parties which require discretion and independent judgment in the application of specialized knowledge of laws, precedent decisions, regulations, agency policies, and judicial or administrative proceedings. Such knowledge is less than that represented by graduation from a recognized law school and may have been gained from formalized, professionally instructed agency, educational institution training, or from professionally supervised on the-job training. While the paramount knowledge requirements of this occupational class are legal, some positions may also require a practical knowledge of subject matter areas related to the agency's substantive programs.

SPECIFIC TASKS:

The PA-I must be able to perform the following specific tasks:

  • Work closely with the assigned attorney or government official to provide required assistance and he/she is readily available;
  • Consult prescribed sources of information for facts relating to matters of interest to the Program; 
  • Review documents to extract selected data and information relating to specific items;
  • Review cases for specific indicia and make recommendations concerning additional information which should be requested;
  • Attend hearings or court appearances to become informed on administrative and/or court procedures and the status of cases and prepare written reports concerning observations;
  • Communicate orally and in writing in a professional manner with attorneys, parties, court personnel and others;
  • Timely and accurately enter information into systems, including calendars, files and program system databases (ACMS, SARS, etc.);
  • Review, sort, deliver and save electronic and paper mail and other communications;
  • Assist with file creation, preparation and organization; and
  • Assist with preparation for hearings, including the preparation and organization of pleadings, exhibits, witnesses and other related matters.

Compensation:
to be determined

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates can send a resume to Lee Greenspan - lee@allproplacement.com

Employer Name:
All-Pro Placement

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco, CA

Administrative Associate for Stanford Law School
Posted October 16, 2020

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Administrative Associate III, Faculty Support Team, Stanford Law School

Job Description:
The Faculty Support Team (FST) at Stanford Law School, seeks a full-time Administrative Associate III to join its dynamic administrative, academic and legal services team. As a premier administrative support unit, the FST plays an integral role in assisting and supporting faculty with the development and implementation of the academic content for students as well as the general research and teaching agendas of the faculty. This includes the construction and maintenance of novel databases related to domestic and international litigation matters, supporting the Law School’s executive education program, and supporting courses related to the operation of financial markets.

The role is well suited to a person with experience as a paralegal in the areas of securities litigation or corporate law, or with similar levels of knowledge and training. Having strong research and presentation skills, being able to conduct research projects without close supervision and if paying close at tention to detail are skills that you possess, this position is ideal for you. Additionally, if you are knowledgeable about, or willing to master, the SEC’s online EDGAR database and related legal and financial databases, this position may be a fit for you.

Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to interact with senior corporate executives and government officials are also valuable. In this role, you will maintain a full range of administrative and research duties, and are expected to work collaboratively with many departments within the Law School and externally to achieve a broad range of programmatic and academic goals. This position reports to the Director of Faculty Support Services and will be expected to work independently but also as part of a team dedicated to the law school’s mission.

Essential Responsibilities:
• May act on behalf of the supervisor, department manager, or chair in regards to establishing priorities and identifying and resolving problems that are administrative in nature.
• Oversee and/or perform duties associated with scheduling, organizing, and operating conferences, seminars, and events (such as Directors’ College), including arranging with vendors for services, overseeing the production and distribution of materials, administering logistics, and managing event within budget. Coordinate logistics for class speakers or visitors.
• Research articles, topics, and case law using various internet search engines and research databases; conduct research on and help prepare presentations relating to topical developments in financial markets and in the regulatory environment.
• Compose and draft documents and correspondence for presentations, course handouts/materials (using Canvas), conferences, seminars, and reports; perform substantial editing and fact checking. Create, maintain, modify, and/or ensure accuracy of content in various unit documents, displays, reports, brochures, social media, and/or websites.
• Research, prepare and record copyright permission requests for course materials through Copyright Clearance Center.
• Plan and schedule calendar(s) with limited consultation, resolve calendaring conflicts, and arrange travel in compliance with unit, university, and sponsor policies. May obtain visas and other travel documentation needed in compliance with unit, university, and sponsor policies.
• Liaison to judiciary, academics, law firms, the media, and government officials.
• Coordinate assignments for student research assistants and schedule student meetings
• Edit and process letters of recommendation for academic positions as well as student clerkships.
• Oversee and/or process a variety of complex financial transactions (process invoices and reimbursements, including pcard and travel card transactions; produce, monitor, and reconcile budget statements; research, identify, and resolve discrepancies. May assist with capital or special equipment requests and/or vendor selection.
• Other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

Education & Experience:
High school diploma and four years of administrative experience, or combination of education and relevant experience. Bachelor’s degree, and research or administrative experience in a corporate or academic setting strongly preferred.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Advanced computer skills and demonstrated experience with office software and email applications. This includes being able to use the advanced format features and complex mathematical functions in Word and Excel.
• Must have or be willing to promptly acquire, knowledge of computer-based research programs such as Lexis or Westlaw. Will be expected to gain working knowledge of Stanford systems, including Oracle, if not already proficient.
• Demonstrated success in following through and completing projects.
• Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
• Strong verbal and written communication skills.
• Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills.
• Ability to prioritize, multi-task and assign work to others.
• Ability to take initiative and ownership of projects.
• Ability to routinely and independently exercise sound judgment in making decisions.

* - Consistent with its obligations under the law, the University will provide reasonable accommodation to any employee with a disability who requires accommodation to perform the essential functions of the job.

Stanford Law School seeks to hire the best talent and to promote a safe and secure environment for all members of the university community and its property. To that end, new staff hires must successfully pass a background check prior to starting work at Stanford University.

Employer Contact:
Please apply on our Stanford Careers Site

Requisition Number: 87417

Employer Name:
Stanford Law School

Employer City / Location:
Stanford, California

Employer Website:
Stanford Careers Site

Law Library Administrative Assistant - Spanish Fluency Desirable for Marin County Law Library
Posted October 7, 2020

Job Type:
Part Time

Job Title:
Law Library Administrative Assistant - Spanish Fluency Desirable

Job Description:
DUTIES: Works under the supervision of the Law Library Director. Duties include, but are not limited to:

• Provide information and assistance to library patrons, including reference service, in person or by phone.
• Instruct/Assist library patrons in the use of computer, print, photocopy, fax and online services.
• Coordinate technical services and troubleshoot technical issues including but not limited to Wi-Fi, photocopier machines, printers, scanners, and fax machine. Liaison with technical service providers.
• Prepare correspondence, organize and maintain files and calendar for law library services and programs using Word, Excel and Outlook; track usage of various services using Excel; prepare reports.
• Post approved materials on law library social media platforms and manage same.
• Assist Director with preparation of agenda packets for monthly board meetings, copy and post same as required by Brown Act, and maintain board files.
• File updates for slip opinions, advance sheets, pocket parts and loose-leaf publications.
• Inventory, maintain and order supplies.
• Recommend to the Library Director proposals for modifying, improving and expanding services and materials.
• Establish and maintain good relationships with library patrons, court staff, government agencies and departments, the bar, the bench and other libraries. Work closely with library and court staff.
• Other projects and duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Any Combination of the following:
• Associate of Arts degree from an accredited college.
• Paralegal Certificate from an accredited program.
• Public library (general or special) or government service work experience.
• Business experience.
• A minimum of one year of experience in a position involving service to the public is required.

Knowledge of:
• Basic legal terminology and legal literacy.
• Basic knowledge of accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll, office timekeeping and other administrative duties as needed.
• Theory and practice of public service and library service; uses effective problem-solving skills when necessary.
• Structure and functions of state and federal courts.
• Computer applications including Microsoft Office Suite, especially Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint, as well as working with legal databases, internet searching and library catalog searching.
• Research tools such as Westlaw and Google Scholar.

Other:
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills and grammar proficiency.
• Ability to work independently as well as within a group, including being part of a team, is critical.
• Proficiency using social media platforms.
• Must be capable of balancing duties and responsibilities and multitasking.
• Ability to deliver excellent customer service under pressure is required.
• Able to lift boxes (20-40 pounds).
• Must be able to work evenings, and possibly weekends (when Law Library re-opens). Must be flexible about work schedule.
• Spanish language fluency desirable.

Compensation:
Hourly

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates can send a resume and cover letter to Laurie via email: lawlibmc@sonic.net

Employer Name:
Marin County Law Library

Employer City / Location:
San Rafael

Employer Website:
Marin County Law Library

Company Description:
The Marin County Law Library provides legal professionals and the general public with access to legal information, practice guides, state and federal statues, city and county ordinances, rules of court, forms and other resources to assist patrons in the conduct of matters pertaining to the law. It is one of the oldest county law libraries in the State of California, celebrating 129 years in 2020. MCLL is funded as a governmental special district established under California Business and Professions Code Sections 6300 through 6364. The Library is governed by a seven-member Board of Trustees comprised of five delegates appointed by the Judges of the Marin County Superior Court, who serve for three-year terms, and two delegates appointed by the Marin County Board of Supervisors, who serve for one-year terms. The Law Library closed its doors to in-person services on March 17, 2020 in compliance with the Marin County Public Health Officer's Stay at Home Orders to combat the spread of COVID-19. Presently, we are offering only online assistance to our patrons, but we hope to re-open for in-person services on a very limited basis in the near future. When we re-open under our Site Specific Protection Plan, staff and patrons alike will be required to use PPE and to follow all of the safety protocols established to safely operate while the Coronavirus remains a threat in our community and until a vaccine is developed and widely distributed.