Job Details

Assistant Attorney General

Company name

Office of the New York State Attorney General

Organization Type


Job Type


Date Last Verified

Jul 21,2018

Posted on

Jul 19,2018

Years of Experience

2-4 yrs required


Albany, NY
Practice Area
Criminal Law >> Criminal Law
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Assistant Attorney General The candidate will join the Litigation Bureau and handle federal litigation commenced by persons incarcerated in New York State prisons. Will handle all phases of litigation from pleading to discovery to motions. With satisfactory performance, attorneys in the section can expect to participate in trials, first as a limited second chair handling minor witnesses, with the possibility of advancing to conducting a trial as first chair. Should preferably have 2-4 years of post admission litigation experience and be admitted to the Bar of the US District Court for the Northern District of New York. Should have superior lawyering skills, including research, writing, and legal analysis. Must reside in (or intend to soon become a resident of) New York State and be admitted to practice law in New York State. Some travel is required.

Additional info

Reference No.: LIT_AAG/PS_ALB_3169. Apply online and submit cover letter, resume, list of 3 references with contact information and email addresses, law school transcript (unofficial is acceptable), and 2 writing samples (Memoranda of Law or Appellate Briefs are preferred).

Company info

Sandra Jefferson Grannum
Bureau Chief
Office of the New York State Attorney General
120 Broadway
New York City, NY 10271-0332
Phone: 212-416-8080

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