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Counsel II The candidate will be responsible for assisting board members and investigators in determining which complaints reveal professional misconduct. Will be drafting and negotiating voluntary surrender agreements and consent agreements with licensees; reviewing and evaluating evidence; drafting orders to show cause initiating formal adjudicatory proceedings. Drafting pleadings, requests, motions, and memoranda of law; responding to discovery requests. Litigating cases at hearings conducted by administrative magistrates; advising the boards on litigation strategy; and, performing other duties as required. Must have 5+ years of legal experience, including experience in administrative litigation and health law. Should have thorough knowledge of the Massachusetts Administrative Procedures (G.L. c.30A) and the Standard Adjudicatory Rules of Practice and Procedure (801 CMR 1.01 et seq.).
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Qualification : The candidate should have JD degree and admission to the Massachusetts Bar and 3+ years of full-time, or equivalent part-time, professional experience in the practice of law. Knowledge of theory, principles and practices of law is essential. Must have knowledge of the methods and ability to conduct legal research and technical report writing. Education, licensure and certifications is verified in accordance with the Human Resources Divisionâ€™s Hiring Guidelines. Education and license/certification information provided by the selected candidate(s) is subject to the Massachusetts Public Records Law and may be published on the Commonwealthâ€™s website.
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