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Deputy General Counsel The candidate will be assigned to the Information Services division, primarily focused on information technology transactional issues. The employee will assume all functions of planning, organizing and monitoring legal activities, interpreting laws and regulations; providing legal advice, counsel and assistance to the Chief Information Officer and the Information Services Executive Team. The lawyer will be expected to work under minimal supervision with considerable latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment in legal issues large in scope, complexity and activity. The lawyer will support other OMES lawyers, as needed. Interprets existing contracts and provides legal advice and counsel regarding all aspects of Information Services contract transactions. Analyzes complex factual and legal issues and prepares legal opinions, memorandums of fact and law and other legal documents. Potentially exercises responsibility for the development, preparation, and presentation of cases before administrative, state, federal, and appellate courts. Evaluates complex legal issues and provides advice, counsel, and assistance to Information Services on legal matters. Assists in drafting bills and amendments for legislative consideration, completes reports on changes in legislation, evaluates proposed legislation and makes recommendations for agency action in response thereto. Performs legal research and reports findings and conclusions. Advises on law, regulations, and opinions of the courts and those of the Attorney General; prepares or directs the preparation of interpretations outlining facts and the applicable legal, administrative or executive decisions. Advises on questions of law or administrative policy involved in the operation of the agency and its contacts with industry, private or professional associations, state federal, or local government, and the general public. Performs related work as assigned. Support other OMES lawyers, as needed. Should have completed Graduation from an accredited law school. Licensed to practice law in the State of Oklahoma.Experience initiating, structuring, negotiating and drafting contracts is preferred. Filing Deadline 4/16/2018.
Recruitment #180402-UNCE-85. Send resume and cover letter must be submitted along with application.
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