Job Details

Assistant Attorney General

Company name

Office of the Maryland Attorney General

Organization Type


Job Type


Years of Experience

Min 5 yrs required


Baltimore, MD

Date Last Verified

Mar 15,2018

Posted on

Mar 13,2018
Practice Area
Litigation >> Litigation - General/Commercial
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Assistant Attorney General The candidate will be responsible for handling a variety of transactional and litigation matters, including handling real estate matters, negotiating contracts with various entities, reviewing procurement solicitations and federal and state transportation grants and representing the MTA in contract litigation and other transactional matters. Will also confer with other transactional attorneys on the substance and strategy of their work while handling his or her own docket of advice, transactional matters and litigation. The candidate must have a minimum of 5 year's experience and admission to the Maryland Bar. Familiarity with Maryland real estate and procurement law is a plus. Good research and writing skills and strong interpersonal skills are a must.

Additional info

Submit the resumes with a cover letter, list of references and writing sample.

Company info

Stacey Freedman
Office of the Maryland Attorney General
200 St. Paul Place
Baltimore, MD 21202
Phone: 410-333-2584

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