Job Details

Statewide Litigation Attorney

Company name

Organization Type

Public Interest

Job Type


Date Last Verified

Nov 16, 2021

Valid Through

Mar 01, 2022

Posted on

Oct 14, 2021

Min Salary/Max Salary

USD 54576 to 77688 Annually

Years of Experience

Min 2 yrs required


Juneau, AK, United States

Employment Type



Practice Area
Litigation >> Litigation - General/Commercial
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Statewide Litigation Attorney
The candidate will support the litigation efforts and manage all aspects of the office's litigation practice, including collaborating with the staff and community partners to determine litigation priorities, investigating and developing cases, coordinating litigation efforts among staff statewide, training and supporting staff attorneys in litigation, and overseeing ongoing litigation. Must have extensive experience litigating successfully in state and federal court and helping less experienced attorneys to do the same. A background in public interest law is preferred. Should either be admitted to practice law in Alaska or admitted to practice in another State and eligible for an Alaska Bar Rule 43 Waiver.

Additional info

Submit resume, writing sample, and list of three professional references.

Company info

Leigh Dickey
Advocacy Director
Alaska Legal Services Corporation
419 Sixth Street
Suite 322
Juneau, AK 99801-1096
Fax: 907-586-2449

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