As one of California’s preeminent law firms serving public agencies, Sloan Sakai is always looking to hear from exceptional individuals interested in serving our clients.

If you are a gifted, motivated attorney or experienced public sector professional interested in opportunities with our firm, please send your resume to

Open Positions

Associate Attorney (1-3 years’ experience)

Sloan Sakai Yeung & Wong LLP is a mid-sized boutique law firm specializing in the representation of public entities throughout the state. The firm represents numerous cities, counties, special districts, universities, state agencies, joint powers authorities, and nonprofits.  Our practice areas include labor and employment law, workplace investigations, government law, transportation, and environmental matters.

The firm is considered one of the top law firms in its field and many of the firm’s attorneys are preeminent in their practice areas. The firm prides itself on providing a friendly and collaborative work environment. The firm also provides work-life flexibility by offering attorneys several billable hour options.

The firm is currently seeking an Associate for its Labor and Employment Group and Government Group. Practice areas for the Labor and Employment Group include employment litigation, arbitration, administrative proceedings, investigations, training, and providing strategic advice to clients on labor and employment matters. Practice areas for the Government Group include city attorney/general counsel services, land use law, real estate and development issues, environmental/CEQA law, litigation, constitutional law, and advising public agencies on the Brown Act, Public Records Act, sunshine legislation, and other laws governing local government decision-making and operations.

The position requires excellent academic credentials and writing skills. Legal experience in the mentioned practice areas is a significant plus, but not required.

To apply send a cover letter, references, a resume, and a writing sample to No phone calls, please.