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Administrative Law Judge - Grievance Board The candidate will be performing professional legal work such as conducting grievance related mediations, quasi-judicial hearings, writing formal decisions on a wide variety of complex cases under the regulatory responsibility of the firm. Will be responsible for insuring that the parties are afforded substantive and procedural due process through the proper scheduling of hearings, controlling the making of a record, conducting necessary legal research, and rendering decisions based on findings of fact and conclusions of law. Must have admission to the West Virginia State Bar. Should have 3 years of full-time or equivalent part-time paid experience as an attorney including trial experience or as a hearing examiner or administrative law judge with an administrative body, or a judge of a court of record. Knowledge of the principles of West Virginia law regarding rules of evidence, pleadings and due process is required. Knowledge of the constitutional and administrative law applicable to the agency and its proceedings is needed. Should have knowledge of legal research techniques. Must have knowledge of the statutes and judicial and administrative decisions interpreting such laws and regulated rules and regulations. Knowledge of the rules of conduct for formal legal proceedings and hearings is needed. Should have the ability to: preside over formal hearings involving controversial issues with fairness, authority and to sustain a proper judicial temperament; maintain effective working relationships with the public, court officials and attorneys; communicate effectively, orally and in writing.
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