The candidate will advise the court regarding civil appeals and writ petitions through written memoranda or oral presentations and prepare written dispositions for the court. Must possess superior legal research, writing and oral presentation skills, must be flexible, and must be capable of working independently. Must have graduated from an ABA-accredited law school and need not be licensed to practice law in Nevada, but should be willing and able to take th... read more
Assistant Federal Public Defender
The candidate will work in the Non-Capital Habeas Unit. Must possess demonstrated commitment to poverty law or indigent criminal defense, strong writing, oral advocacy ability and litigation experience in at least one of the following areas: criminal law, especially in post-conviction or appellate litigation; or complex federal court civil litigation. The position requires occasional travel. Must have 3 years of relevant experience, and be... read more
Deputy Attorney General and/or Senior Deputy Attorney General
Duties: Reporting to the Chief Deputy Attorney General of the Criminal Prosecutions Division, this unclassified position is responsible for prosecuting criminal cases and performing such other duties as assigned. Preparation of written pleadings and briefs, legal research, and the conducting of preliminary hearings, grand jury proceedings, and jury trials. read more
General Attorney, GS 11-14
The candidate will be responsible for representation of the United States Government in removal proceedings before Immigration Judges, frequently involving applicants for asylum or for other forms of relief under immigration laws. Additional duties include providing legal advice and support to the other components and litigation support to US Attorney's Offices in immigration and/or customs matters. Position also involves appellate advocacy befor...
Volunteer Legal Intern Program, Summer
The candidate should have excellent academic grades. Academic credit may be granted, subject to law school policy and practice.
Application Deadline: December 1
Special Agent, GS 10
The candidate will help investigate criminal activity and identify authorities and other entities to further investigations. Will work with federal, state and local law enforcement officers and the Intelligence Community to assess the legal implications of tools, technologies and techniques used by the Agency. Gain exposure to all facets of operations at both Headquarters and within the Field Offices. Must have a J.D. or BA/BS degree (preferably in a r...
General Attorney (Tax), GS 14
Duties: The candidate serves within the Tax Exempt and Government Entities Division Counsel (TEGEDC) office. Performs detailed complex legal research to analyze law and facts involved in a case; drafts defense letters to the Department of Justice (DOJ) and serves as the primary Chief Counsel contact and advisor for the DOJ Attorney litigating these suits; litigates alone or with assistance, complex TEGEDC cases before the US Tax Court and cros...
General Attorney (Tax), GS 12-14
Duties: The candidate receives assignments of the most difficult and complex types of work in one or more of the following functions within the office depending up on the specialty area of tax to which assigned - Tax Litigation or General Litigation. May be assigned cases docketed in the US Tax Court. Duties may include preparation of answers to petitions, replies, motions and any other documents germane to proper handling of the case. Assi...
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Attorney TSA Authority
The candidate will serve as legal advisor to agency Commissioners both privately and in the course of administrative hearings and public meetings. Prepare all recommended and final decisions resulting from administrative hearings. Coordinate implementation of new or amended statutory provisions, by proposing, drafting and advising on appropriate regulations, and facilitating public participation in the rulemaking process. Assist members of the regula...
Deputy Attorney General
The candidate will advise and assist several agency clients, prosecute regulatory violations, assist with review and approval of contracts, act as board counsel and give guidance on open meeting law and regulation-making questions, draft regulations, and represent agencies in judicial review proceedings, litigation and appellate matters. Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university and graduation from an accredited law school is req...
Deputy Attorney General
The candidate ‘will be reporting to the Chief Deputy Attorney General of the Criminal Prosecutions Division, this unclassified position is responsible for prosecuting criminal cases and performing such other duties as assigned. The position requires preparation of written pleadings and briefs, legal research, and the conducting of preliminary hearings, grand jury proceedings, and jury trials. The position may be funded with settlement proceeds, wi...
Case Advocate, GS 05-09
The candidate will provide assistance to taxpayers on technical and procedural tax cases covering the full range of issues. Represent the Service in advocating cases involving complicated and specialized issues. Take corrective action within TAS statutory and delegated authorities, including the development of cases for purpose of recommending the issuance of Taxpayer Assistance Orders. Confer with taxpayers who have experienced delays beyo...
Contract Specialist, GS 11
Duties: The Contract Specialist ensures that specifications and statements of work are prepared in a manner which adequately describes the Government's requirements without restricting competition. Advises technical personnel as to inadequate, ambiguous or vague specifications to avoid Government liability. Performs a complete review of recommended sole-source requirements and conducts necessary market analysis to test the noncompetitive assumpti...
Attorney, Industrial Relations
Responsibilities: Represent the agency before State and Federal Courts at trial and appellate levels. Represent the agency in OSHA cases brought before the OSHA Review Board and Workers’ Compensation issues brought before the Department of Administration in Hearings Division. Draft legislation, regulations, contracts and advisory opinions for the agency. Represent the agency at legislative hearings. Speak at conferences and other venues o... read more