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ProfileAttorney The candidate work involves case review and analysis, legal research, drafting of pleadings, engaging in discovery, conducting investigation, motions practice, presentation of evidence to a court or jury, participation in settlement conferences and mediations, and appellate work. Must have Juris Doctor degree from ABA accredited law school. Should have 2+ years of practical experience in law, preferably with trial law and experience with civil cases (section 1983). Admission to the State Bar of Montana; Eligible to be admitted to practice in Federal district courts; Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeal; and the U.S. Supreme Court is required. Knowledge of: Courtroom and office practices and procedures; Montana Rules of Civil and Appellate Civil Procedures, Federal Rules of Civil and Appellate Procedure, uniform District Court rules and local rules, civil rights liability under 42 U.S. C. section 1983 and related statues; Laws of mandamus, prohibition, supervisory control and other common law writs and extraordinary remedies such as temporary restraining orders and preliminary injunctions, Federal and Montana Rules of Evidence; Both the rule-making and contested case provisions of the Montana Administrative Procedure Act; The statutes and administrative rules governing the operation and management of defendant agencies programs is must. Deadline: Apr 27, 2018
Montana Department of Administration
125 N. ROBERTS ST.
P.O. BOX 200101
Helena, MT 59620-0101