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Attorney The candidate will handle a wide range of regulatory proceedings for the company in a lead counsel capacity and will report to a Director and Managing Attorney. Must be able to work closely and independently with a diverse range of internal clients on all aspects of regulatory law. Will advise and represent the Company on complex regulatory, litigation, compliance and enforcement matters, including those arising under federal, California, and/or other state laws and regulations. Will provide legal support to SCE Organizational Units and Senior Management, while collaborating with other Company representatives on decisions that impact utility operations. Advising internal client organizations regarding compliance with applicable federal, state, and local statutes, regulations and policies. Representing the Company before regulatory and enforcement agencies in settlement conferences, hearings, and other regulatory processes. Interfacing with SCE personnel in other departments and external third parties to gather information pertaining to highly complex legal, technical, and/or sensitive issues. Drafting and preparing regulatory filings, testimony, and reports. Contributing to cross-functional or departmental projects and teams. Partnering with Company transactional attorneys and diverse internal stakeholders to prepare and negotiate provisions of transactional documents. Should have J.D. degree from an accredited nationally recognized law school (preferably from a top-tier law school). Current member of the State Bar of California or ability to obtain such qualification. Must have 2-7 years of experience practicing regulatory or litigation law or equivalent regulatory experience. Experience can be at law firm, corporate in-house setting, governmental authority, or a combination. Should preferably have top academic credentials. Should preferably have 2-4 years of experience practicing regulatory or litigation law or equivalent regulatory experience. Experience can be at law firm, corporate in-house setting, governmental authority, or a combination. Experience in the utility or energy industry is preferred. Should preferably have experience interacting with federal, state, or local agencies on administrative or regulatory issues.
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