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Investigator I/II

The State Bar of California

Office of the Chief Trial Counsel - Los Angeles

Investigator I $69,384 - $92,508 • Investigator II $76,320 - $101,760

The State Bar of California is a public corporation within the judicial branch of government. The State Bar regulates the professional conduct of the state’s lawyers and seeks to enhance the administration of justice for all citizens.

The Office of Chief Trial Counsel is responsible for the intake, investigations, trials and prosecution of allegations of attorney misconduct and seeks Investigators.

The investigator investigates complaints of attorney misconduct made by the general public, courts and other parties. In addition, determine what evidence is needed to support the allegations, collects evidence, researches case and statutory law and interviews witnesses to determine the appropriate course of action. The distinguishing feature of the Investigator II, as contrasted to the Investigator I position, is that the Investigator II may also supervise and train the Investigator I and works on more complex cases.

Must be bondable, have valid California driver’s license, and immediate, unlimited access to an automobile. Proof of automobile insurance coverage will be required at the time of employment.

The State Bar of California offers a unique compensation package including competitive salary, ideal work hours, health insurance, generous paid holidays, vacation/sick, CalPERS Retirement, 457b savings plan, parking and ride share subsidy, and more.

To apply, submit an employment application, cover letter, resume, and writing sample. Obtain applications at:

Full job description can be found at:

Mail or email (preferred) to:

The State Bar of California  
Office of Human Resources  
845 South Figueroa St.  
Los Angeles, CA 90017  


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