Anonymous User wrote:I'm going to say that, like one of the other (former?) ADA's from the Bronx said, the Bronx must be disappointed as hell with the candidates (of which I am one) because I just logged onto my school's job posting board and the Bronx posted a job posting for ADA's on the 12th and it closes closes at the end of February. Pity.
BXADA here. I was a little surprised to see people coming in for first round interviews this week (if one of you are reading this, good luck!).
I feel like it's a combination of what you mentioned and our attempt to expand our overall personnel to match our vertical caseload.
Personally, even if you were rejected already, I would re-apply. I can not think of a single downside.
Anonymous User wrote:Sorry for the incredibly stupid question, but the CSO at my school is beyond worthless and has no information about this. I'm guessing that most DA offices besides the ones listed in the OP do entry level hiring either in the summer around bar season or randomly throughout the year? I remember seeing that the LA County DA's office was looking for entry level positions around late November, but it only wanted licensed attorneys.
Not stupid. From my research from when I was in Law School, most offices hire licensed attorneys on a rolling basis to match the needs of the office. Most do not have a robust "entry level" hiring or training scheme. From what I recall, some will "let you" volunteer while you wait for admission.