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ProfileAssistant Attorney General The candidate will serve as Medical Malpractice Section Chief. Will supervise all section members, including time and attendance monitoring. Attend court periodically monitor Section AAG oral arguments, trials and conferences. Conduct periodic case reviews with each Section line AAG. Attend Section AAG case presentations at SUNY Downstate and SUNY Stony Brook. Meet periodically with line AAGs and the expert witnesses they have retained to discuss case evaluations. Respond to inquiries from the Court or a judge's chambers. Respond to inquiries from agency counsel. Respond to inquiries from Division of State Counsel. Attend weekly Bureau Management Meetings and impromptu meetings called to discuss pressing issues. Train and mentor newly hired AAGs. Review and discuss with Section AAGs their Case Settlement Recommendations. Appropriately handle Motions for Leave to File Late Claims in the Court of Claims. Respond to Court-initiated Orders to Show Cause. Review and assign new cases. Personally handle a small medical malpractice caseload. Prepare annual evaluations for each of the Section AAGs. Must have 10+ years of medical malpractice and trial experience. Experience in litigation in the New York State Court of Claims is preferred. Must be admitted to practice law in New York State.
Reference No.: CLA/MMSC_AAG_NYC_3167. Apply online and submit cover letter, resume, writing sample and list of 3 references with contact information and email addresses.
Sandra Jefferson Grannum
Office of the New York State Attorney General
New York City, NY 10271-0332