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ProfileDeputy Disciplinary Counsel
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The candidate should have done Graduation from an American Bar Association (ABA) accredited law school and member in good standing with the Virgin Islands Bar. A minimum of five(5) years of legal experience trying cases, preparing and arguing appellate cases and management of cases. Some trial, appellate, governmental and disciplinary experience is preferred. Reputation for integrity and no history of disciplinary offenses as an attorney or in any other capacity. Knowledge of the rules of professional conduct and related case law, procedural rules and rules of evidence. Knowledge of the Judicial Branch's mission, policies and operations. Knowledge of federal and state laws, including statutes, rules and caselaw. Excellent written and verbal communication skills including public speaking, drafting correspondence, memoranda or briefs and oral arguments before the Supreme Court or the Commission. Excellent interpersonal and conflict management skills. Proficient in the use of office equipment, including standard computers and computer software. Ability to compile data for reporting purposes and the preparation of complex technical reports. Ability to investigate, analyze, draw valid conclusions and formulate recommendations based on the data. Ability to comprehend, interpret, and apply complex technically oriented laws, regulations, rules and policies. Possess innovative problem solving and technology skills, as well as a solution-oriented commitment to continuous quality improvement and implementing enhanced technology efficiencies.
Job Number: 201901566. Submit cover letter, a resume, a writing sample, Law School Transcript or Degree, Certificate of Good Standing and Authorization and Release Form-Request for Disciplinary Action.
Supreme Court of the Virgin Islands
161B Crown Bay
Saint Thomas, VI 00802