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ProfileDeputy Attorney General The candidate will prosecute eminent domain actions and ejectment actions brought on behalf of the State of Indiana through its agencies, including the Indiana Department of Transportation. Defend inverse condemnation cases and quiet title actions brought against the State of Indiana through its agencies. Handle all phases of litigation, including research and preparation of pleadings, motions and briefs; consultation with clients; engage in extensive discovery submission and response; investigation of facts; appearance in court for all hearings and conferences; negotiation of settlements, mediations, bench and jury trials. Counsel clients and other State officials and employees regarding real estate transactions. Review real estate conveyance documents (title reports, buyer’s notes, legal descriptions, plans, appraisals, etc.) for eminent domain actions. Advise clients and other State officials and employees regarding issues that arise in litigation. Supervise work of assigned paralegal on discovery and other tasks. Present the State’s case at trial, including arguments, voir dire of potential jurors, presenting evidence through witnesses, exhibits and demonstration and cross-examining witnesses. Maintain the file of the assigned case in an organized manner. Direct the closing of cases and case files that have reached final disposition.
Qualification and Experience
The candidate must be experienced litigation attorney in the Real Estate Litigation Section to provide legal representation on behalf of the State of Indiana and its agencies. Law Degree required; licensed to practice law in Indiana. Civil litigation experience in state court required. Should have knowledge of state court practice rules.
Ref: 013018. Send resume and a writing sample.
Office of the Indiana Attorney General
302 W. Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204