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ProfileAssociate Attorney The candidate core issues for the Alaska office include protection of the Alaska coastal rain forest, safeguarding of America’s Arctic, action to combat climate change and limit its effects, wildlife conservation, protection of lands and waters from mining activities, conservation of the Bering Sea and Gulf of Alaska marine ecosystem, air and water quality enforcement, and national park and other public lands management. The term for this position is two years, with a possible extension for a third year. Among other responsibilities, the Associate Attorney will: Conduct legal research and prepare memoranda on issues relating to ongoing or potential litigation projects; Draft motions, briefs and other pleadings; Prepare comments on proposed agency actions, permits, and environmental review documents; Investigate facts and assist with case development; and Interact with clients and work with experts. May have primary responsibility for some matters but will generally work collaboratively with other lawyers in the office. Must be Law school graduate admitted to or prepared to apply for admission to the Alaska Bar. Should have excellent legal research, writing, and analytical skills. Preferably, have 1-3 years of litigation or other relevant experience post law school.celebrates differences.
Submit the following: Resume. A cover letter explaining interest in and qualifications for the associate position. A legal writing sample (not to exceed 10 pages). A copy of law school transcript. Contact information for three professional references.