United States Bankruptcy Court
Central District of California
Edward R. Roybal Federal Building and Courthouse
255 E. Temple Street, Suite 1582 / Courtroom 1575
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Courtroom Deputy(213) 894-5856
Court Recorder Contact(213) 894-1480
Emergency Motion Contacts(213) 894-0992(213) 894-0994
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Instructions for Telephoning ChambersJudge Klein's Chapter 13 ProceduresJudge Klein's Judicial Variance StatementJudge Klein Requires Individual Chapter 11 Debtors To Use Local Bankruptcy Rules FormsProcedure For Approval of Disclosure Statement and Confirmation of Chapter 11 Plan When the Debtor is Not an IndividualProcedures for Auction SalesTentative Ruling Procedures
Chapter 13 Calendar 01/26/2023
Motion Hearing Calendar 01/26/2023
NOTICE OF VIDEO AND TELEPHONICE APPEARANCE PROCEDURES FOR JUDGE SANDRA R. KLEIN’S CASES
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic, Judge Klein will continue to hold all hearings, including chapter 13 confirmation hearings, remotely until further notice. Hearings will be held via ZoomGov. The first page of Judge Klein’s publicly posted hearing calendar will provide video and audio connection information for the hearings. The calendar can be accessed at the following web address: http://ecf-ciao.cacb.uscourts.gov/CiaoPosted/?jid=SK (Click on the “Select Judge” tab on the upper left side of the screen and select Judge Klein).
You may appear by video and audio via ZoomGov using a personal computer (equipped with camera, microphone and speaker), or a handheld mobile device (such as an iPhone and/or Android phone). Alternatively, you may participate by ZoomGov via audio only by using a telephone (standard telephone charges may apply). Neither a Zoom account nor a ZoomGov account are necessary to participate and no pre- registration is required. The audio portion of each hearing will be recorded electronically by the Court and constitute its official record.
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JUDGE SANDA R. KLEIN
UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
LOS ANGELES DIVISION
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN CHAMBERS
TERM LAW CLERK – Position currently filled
Qualifications: Applicants should have an excellent academic record, demonstrate exceptional research and writing skills, and have a strong work ethic. Priority will be given to students who have a demonstrated interest in bankruptcy practice – such as registration in, or completion of, a bankruptcy, restructuring or debtor/creditor class in law school; experience as an extern for a bankruptcy practitioner; or in a practice area related to the bankruptcy field.
General Job Description: Primary responsibilities for externs include extensive legal research and writing on a broad range of issues. Externs will prepare bench memoranda on a variety of substantive bankruptcy issues and will be provided with the opportunity to observe hearings and trials. In addition to working on core bankruptcy concepts, externs will assist with matters dealing with secured transactions, real property law, family law, evidence, and federal practice and procedure. Knowledge of bankruptcy and commercial law are helpful, but there are no prerequisites. Externships will be part-time (approximately 24 hours) during the school year and full-time during the summer.
Applications: : Please include a cover letter, résumé, law school transcript, writing sample, and a list of references. Candidates may apply for externships by email at the following address: U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Attn: Stephanie Rettier, Law Clerk to the Honorable Sandra R, Klein, email@example.com.
TERM LAW CLERK
Qualifications: The applicant must be a law school graduate as of August 2022. Substantial research and writing experience is required. Applicants preferably are in the top 10% of their class, with law review/journal experience. Candidates’ coursework should reflect an interest in bankruptcy.
General Job Description: Law clerk duties include the following: conducting legal research, preparing bench memos, drafting orders and opinions, editing and proofreading the Judge’s orders and opinions, verifying citations, consulting with the Judge and members of staff on legal matters affecting the administration of bankruptcy laws, and other duties as prescribed by the Judge.
Information for Applicants: Employees of the United States Bankruptcy Court serve on an "AT WILL" basis and are required to adhere to a Code of Conduct.
Applications: Please include a cover letter, résumé, law school transcript, writing sample, and three (3) reference letters. Candidates may apply for this position via OSCAR or by email at the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org