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#Legal Research Assistant
##Salary: $35,092.80 - $61,660.80
The Legal Research Assistant is a permanent, full-time position used by various agencies throughout the state. This position is primarily located in Montgomery and involves specialized work in conducting research into legal issues arising in connection with the operation of state departments and agencies, in the preparation of basic legal documents, and in the handling of routine administrative duties.
Administrative Law Judge
The candidate should have a Juris Doctor degree from an approved school of law. Must have 5 years of professional experience of a progressively responsible nature in legal work. Should have a Certificate of Admission to the Bar of the Supreme Court of Alabama and be a current member in good standing of the Alabama State Bar.
The candidate will process a large volume of criminal and civil case documents and records, and related typing duties. Should have a high school diploma or GED certificate. Must have 2 years of experience in responsible legal clerical work such as court clerk, paralegal, or legal secretary. Specific college coursework required for a job classification, as well as Bachelor's, graduate, post graduate, and doctoral degrees will be accepted from schools accredited b
The candidate should have graduated from an ABA-approved paralegal program in paralegal studies or a closely related field, or graduated from a college or university with a two-year degree in paralegal studies or a closely related field with 1 year of experience conducting paralegal research work OR graduated from an ABA-approved school of law with eligibility to be admitted to the Alabama State Bar Examination or a current member in good standing with the Alabama