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The Bronx District Attorney is currently seeking applicants for the following positions:

Legal Staff

Bureau Chief – Discovery Compliance Bureau

Deputy Bureau Chief Recruitment

Assistant District Attorney – Appeals Bureau

Assistant District Attorney – Economic Crimes Bureau

Assistant District Attorney Child Abuse/Sex Crimes Bureau

Assistant District Attorney General Counsel Division: Civil Litigation Bureau / FOIL Unit

Assistant District Attorney: Community Justice Bureau

Assistant District Attorney – Crime Strategies Bureau

Assistant District Attorney: Discovery Compliance Bureau

Homicide Counsel – Assistant District Attorney

Assistant District Attorney – Public Integrity Bureau

Assistant District Attorney – Rikers Island Prosecution

Assistant District Attorney – Special Investigations Bureau

 Assistant District Attorney – Various Bureau

Assistant District Attorney – Violent Criminal Enterprise Bureau

Law School Summer Intern 2023 – Office of the District Attorney, Bronx County (

 Professional Staff

Deputy Director – Motions Practice, Notifications, And Court Clerks Unit

Detective Investigator’s Bureau: Lieutenant

Public Integrity Bureau: Principal Accountant Investigator: Investigations Division

Detective Investigator’s Bureau: Senior Rackets Investigator

If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Recruitment at or 718-590-2258.

(Posted Nov 22, 2022)

Position Title: Trial Attorney – CRYPTO/CYBER Location: New York, NY
Compensation: $157,493 – $261,400 per year Learn More & Apply:
Eligibility: Open to the Public Deadline for Application: 12/9/2022

(Posted Nov 22, 2022)

Boutique complex business litigation firm comprised of all former Morgan Lewis attorneys in search of associate looking for part-time remote work. The ideal candidate is a former Big Law litigation associate with three to five years experience. Hours range from 10 to 20 hours per week. NY admission required. Email resume and indications of interest to:

(Posted Nov 4, 2022)

The NYC Law Department has posted positions in multiple divisions. Please find the postings below and please feel free to distribute as you see fit.

  • Administrative Law and Regulatory Litigation Division – Job ID 558216
  • Appeals Division – Job ID 558221
  • Commercial and Real Estate Litigation Division – Job ID 558183
  • Environmental Law Division – Job ID 558079
  • Family Court Division – Job ID 558184
  • Labor and Employment Law Division – Job ID 558026

Please note that as of August 2, 2021, all new hires must be vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus, unless they have been granted a reasonable accommodation for religion or disability. If you are offered city employment, this requirement must be met by your date of hire, unless a reasonable accommodation for exemption is received and approved by the hiring agency.



The Law Department is now accepting applications for the position of Assistant Corporation Counsel in the Administrative Law & Regulatory Litigation Division. The Administrative Law & Regulatory Litigation Division handles State and Federal court proceedings brought by and against the numerous City agencies that are responsible for administering and enforcing laws and regulations in the areas of public health, land use, licensing, use of the streets, transportation, public housing, building and fire codes, among others, so as to enhance the quality of life of its citizens and visitors. Some of these actions include challenges to the provisions of law themselves, while most dispute the application of a particular legal requirement in a specific context. Many cases raise constitutional claims, including First and Second Amendment challenges, challenges to various City regulations and orders on Due Process and Equal Protection grounds, among others; and many cases involve challenges that the regulations or policies at issue violate state or federal statutory provisions. The Division handles cases for over 20 different City agencies and the five City-run Pension Funds. In addition to our varied defensive practice, the Division brings some civil actions to obtain compliance with regulatory requirements, and prosecutes code violators in New York Criminal Court to punish their non-compliance and ultimately bring about code compliance. The hired candidate will be responsible for independently handling a caseload comprised of these sorts of actions from beginning to end including preparing pleadings and affidavits after reviewing agency records and consulting with agency representatives, researching and writing memoranda of law, conducing necessary discovery, making court appearances to argue motions, and taking cases if appropriate to trial, as well as prosecuting violations and misdemeanors in Criminal Court.

All applicants must be admitted in the State of New York with at least two years of experience following graduation from an ABA approved law school. Applicants must have superior organizational, time-management, research and writing and oral advocacy skills.

Applicants should have a demonstrated record of independently litigating matters in the courts. Prior regulatory or municipal law experience is preferred, but not required.

The deadline to apply is November 18, 2022.

Please click the following link to apply to Job ID 558216:



The Law Department is seeking applicants for an Assistant Corporation Counsel position in its Appeals Division. The Appeals Division handles appeals originating from nearly all of the Law Department’s litigating divisions and prepares amicus briefs in cases implicating the City’s interests. Our attorneys appear before federal and state appellate courts and are responsible for briefing and arguing appeals in an array of cases, from routine litigation arising out of the governance of a municipality with more than eight million residents to complex appeals involving cutting-edge legal questions and critical public policy issues. The breadth and depth of our docket affords our attorneys a unique perspective on how the City works and an opportunity to engage in top-notch appellate practice and contribute to legal developments impacting the City, while learning about City government and new areas of the law. Working independently and collaboratively with supervisors, trial attorneys, client agencies, and executive staff, you will brief and argue a significant number of appeals every year.

Because our mission is to provide outstanding appellate advocacy on behalf of the City, we are looking for exceptional candidates committed to public service and capable of tackling this challenging work. Excellent writing, research, and analytical skills are required. You must also have graduated from an ABA-accredited law school and be a member in good standing of the New York State Bar, or be in the process of being admitted.

Prior appellate experience from practice or through an appellate clerkship is preferred but not required.

The deadline to apply is November 16, 2022.

Please click the following link to apply to Job ID 558221:



The Commercial & Real Estate Litigation Division of the New York City Law Department seeks an experienced litigator to represent the City and related entities in commercial litigation matters. The position is for an attorney to handle the Division’s contract cases, including delay damages and other claims under multimillion-dollar construction contracts with private companies to build or repair the City’s infrastructure, contracts for critically needed goods and services, and procurement process disputes. The position will also involve defending critical City initiatives and legislation, and counseling City agencies regarding procurement issues, the contractual ADR process, and other matters. The Division litigates principally in state courts and before administrative tribunals, such as the Contract Dispute Resolution Board, though federal court experience is a plus.

Applicants must be graduates of ABA accredited law schools and have at least three years of legal experience. Applicants must be admitted and in good standing in New York State. Candidates must possess strong legal writing and analytical skills, as well as excellent judgment and interpersonal skills.

The deadline to apply is November 18, 2022.

Please click the following link to apply to Job ID 558183:



The New York City Law Department is accepting applications from admitted attorneys as well as law school graduates in the process of becoming admitted for an attorney position in the Environmental Law Division. The Environmental Law Division represents and advises the City and its agencies in environmental and land use matters involving wastewater, stormwater, and drinking water systems, climate change and resiliency planning, solid waste management, hazardous waste management and remediation, protection of natural resources, and environmental review of City initiatives and private development projects. The Division litigates in State and federal court and in federal, State, and local administrative tribunals, most often in defense of City projects, infrastructure, and initiatives, but also affirmative advocacy. The Division also counsels and advises the Mayor and City agencies concerning compliance with all federal, state and local environmental laws and regulations.

Applicants must be graduates of ABA approved law schools and either admitted to practice law in the State of New York or be in the process of becoming admitted to the New York State Bar. Applicants must have at least three years of litigation experience and a demonstrated interest in environmental and land use law.

The deadline to apply is November 17, 2022.

Please click the following link to apply to Job ID 558079:



The New York City Law Department is accepting applications from admitted attorneys with a minimum of three years of litigation experience in criminal or juvenile justice for the position of Assistant Corporation Counsel (ACC) in the Family Court Division. Our mission is two-fold: Juvenile Justice and Interstate and International Child Support. This position is specifically for the Juvenile Justice practice. When addressing cases of youth charged with criminal acts, the law requires a rehabilitative determination of the outcome that best meets the needs of the youth and the protection of the community. Family Court Division staff work under the fastest timelines and with complex situations to achieve that goal. The position offers the opportunity to join approximately 250 people in dedicated service to the children, families, and communities of NYC. We are a citywide Division with locations in all five boroughs. We investigate cases involving criminal allegations that range from minor offenses often emanating from conflict within families which are immediately met by dedicated case support teams geared to assist; to complicated cases of youth involved with assaults, robberies, weapons possession, arson, attempted homicide and homicide, and sexual offenses handled by specially-trained personnel. Assistants are given the opportunity to train for and join the Divisions Special Victims Unit which handles complex litigation around sex offenses and other related cases and whose members are nationally trained and certified in forensic interviewing and other specialized skills; and/or the Divisions Major Case Unit which handles advanced litigation dealing with the most serious charges and challenging needs and whose members work closely with federal, state and local law enforcement to address safety concerns within communities; and the opportunity to qualify to be cross-designated special ADAs in most of the NYC District Attorney offices where they work alongside ADAs on Adolescent Offender cases being removed to Family Court under the historic Raise the Age legislation. Attorneys carry their own caseload and work collaboratively with others in a team approach to cases; and can second chair the most complex cases handled by senior attorneys. The responsibilities include but are not limited to: interviewing victims, civilian witnesses and police officers; working with law enforcement to obtain, evaluate and analyze evidence to determine the viability of a case thereby determining whether the case can be filed or must be declined. If the case can be filed in court, deciding whether a community based diversion is appropriate; if the case is filed, drafting depositions; filing petitions conducting and providing discovery including body worn camera, DNA, video and Giglio evidence; preparing and conducting pre-trial hearings including pre-petition detention and probable cause hearings, which determine the custodial status of the youth; constitutional suppression hearings to determine the admissibility of evidence; fact-finding hearings (similar to trials in adult criminal cases), which determine whether the juvenile committed the acts alleged; and dispositional (sentencing) hearings. The Assistant is supported by legal supervisors and legal support professionals. Case assignment is centered around a vertical prosecution model. The Family Court Division is ideal for attorneys with a passion for juvenile justice, and helping communities thrive. Suitable members of the Division possess the ability to investigate cases, analyze and then advocate for appropriate outcomes on a case-by-case basis, and to expertly conduct hearings and trials in a fast-paced environment with the ultimate goals of rehabilitation of the youth and the enhancement of the safety of the community. Every office within the Division is composed of enthusiastic, dedicated personnel who contribute to the vibrancy of the work. The office location of the Assistant will be flexible depending on factors such as space availability, preference of the individual and the needs of the Division.  The ACC will be welcomed and may be required to attend various inter-agency and borough meetings; and to prepare and present trainings both within the Family Court Division and to other agencies and stakeholders.  Excellent legal research and writing skills are essential to the position; and participation in special projects such as those addressing legislative, policy and operational change will be offered and may be required. Attorneys are expected to visit crime scenes and conduct interviews and other casework after hours and on weekends when necessary.  Our work is ongoing and constant, it affects peoples lives. The Division therefore operates 365 days and nights a year to meet the needs of expert case investigation as well as the rights of those in custody beyond Family Court hours. Therefore, participation in a city-wide on-call system for juvenile justice cases that take place outside of office hours as well a rotating schedule for Weekend, Holiday Evening Court (WHEC) currently operated in the Criminal Court at 100 Centre Street is required. Note: Work in the rotation serving WHEC is compensated through the granting of an RDO (regular day off) during the work week as well as transportation home at the end of the shift.  Attorneys are required to participate in community events including school, precinct and community outreach events for community members to meet us and learn about our work; and for us to meet community members and learn from them.  The Family Court Divisions Juvenile Justice practice is comprised of a dynamic group of collaborative people who work together as a team. The qualified candidate is drawn to teamwork and supportive relationships within the office, the court and NYC at large!  The Family Court Division is committed to the ongoing professional development of staff and mentors and coaches are available to all.

The Family Court Division has office locations in all five boroughs.  The office location of the ACC will be assigned depending on space availability and the needs of the Division.  If you have a borough preference, please include that information in your cover letter.

Applicants must be admitted to practice in the State of New York. Applicants must also possess strong oral and written communication skills and excellent interpersonal skills and strong critical and creative thinking skills.

Preferred skills: At least three years of litigation experience, preferably in criminal law or juvenile justice law.

The deadline to apply is November 16, 2022.

Please click the following link to apply to Job ID 558184:



The Labor and Employment Law Division of the New York City Law Department is accepting applications from attorneys with a minimum of two years of litigation experience to defend the City in complex and challenging state and federal actions arising out of the City’s role as an employer. Division attorneys handle a variety of matters including First Amendment retaliation; gender, race, age and disability discrimination; civil service law issues; and wage and hour litigation.

Applicants must have at least 2 years of legal experience following graduation from an ABA accredited law school. Applicants also must be admitted to practice law in the State of New York and be admitted or eligible for immediate admission to the SDNY and EDNY. The ideal applicant will have experience in labor and employment litigation with strong oral and written advocacy skills and the ability to work independently and manage a large caseload.

The deadline to apply is November 18, 2022.

Please click the following link to apply to Job ID 558026:

(Posted Nov 1, 2022)