General Counsel II
The candidate performs advanced (senior-level) legal work as part of the Litigation Department in the Office of the Chief Counsel. Is primarily responsible for supervision of the complex litigation team. The job involves organizing and planning legal activities, coordinating the preparation and drafting of legal documents, and coordinating and providing advice regarding various hearings, depositions and trials. The job also includes interpreting state ... read more
Attorney II - Attorney V
Responsibilities: Performs legal research. Searches resources and studies legal records and documents to obtain information applicable to case or issue under consideration. Drafts briefs, motions, orders, subpoenas, contracts and other legal documents, as well as correspondence and reports. Takes depositions and responds to discovery requests. Oversees the creation and issuance of legal documents, including subpoenas, motions, orders, writs, warran... read more
The candidate will work for division: Litigation. Performs responsible professional legal and administrative work for the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ). Represents Executive Director at contested case hearings, agency agenda meetings, alternative dispute resolution proceedings and/or other agency proceedings. Negotiates agreements and orders. Assists the Office of the Attorney General in preparing cases for court trial. Provides assistance to... read more
Attorney (Attorney I, II, III, IV)
The candidate will involve the practice of administrative law including, but not limited to, giving legal advice, analyzing proposals for decision, writing orders, and presenting recommendations to the commissioners on contested cases. Responsible for cases and projects with a high degree of complexity. Work under close to minimal supervision with minimal to considerable latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. Analyze...
Candidate will assist the Court by providing legal research, legal analysis, and written product that includes draft opinions, as well as performing related tasks like reviewing appellate motions and records. May also be called upon to attend oral arguments, keep abreast of current developments in the law, and assist the Clerk in his administrative duties.
Attorney I (legal Services Staff Attorney)
The candidate performs routine to highly complex attorney work for the Division of Workers’ Compensation’s Legal Services, drafts administrative rules for the division, renders legal advice and counsel, assists with preparing cases for trials or appeals, responds to open records requests and subpoenas, interprets laws and regulations, prepares legal documents, reviews legal contracts, and may draft memorandums of understanding...
General Counsel II
The candidate's duties include: Will serve as chief legal counsel to the Commission. Provides legal advice, training and guidance to commissioners, executive staff, and agency. Reviews laws, rules, and regulations affecting agency operations and administration. Advises on the interpretation, application, and enforcement of government code and agency rules including Open Meetings Act, Public Information Act, and Texas Administrative Code. Reviews and edit...
Assistant Attorney General I-ii
The candidate conducts investigations, performs legal research, and prepares motions, including pleadings, briefs, memoranda, and other legal documents. Represents state law enforcement agencies, officials and employees in defense of lawsuits involving, but not limited to, civil rights, employment, tort, and religious liberties disputes in both state and federal court. Prepares and tries cases in state and federal courts in defense of state ...
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Assistant Attorney General Iii
The candidate will be assigned to the Civil Medicaid Fraud (CMF) Division which investigates allegations of unlawful acts against the Medicaid program to prosecute meritorious claims and recover taxpayer dollars. Most of the cases derive from private whistle-blower lawsuits filed under seal in which the state is allowed to intervene. Essential Job Functions: Working on a litigation team of attorneys in the Civil Medicaid Fraud Division, litig...
Assistant Attorney General Iii
The candidate will work in the Financial Litigation and Charitable Trusts Division’s Financial Litigation group, which handles the State’s breach of contract actions and related matters. Prepares legal opinions, briefs, pleadings, motions, petitions, and other legal documents. Analyzes factual and legal issues; and develops evidence through witness interviews, depositions, and other discovery. Prepares cases for trial and tries cases befo...
Assistant Attorney General V-VII
The candidate performs highly complex to highly advanced appellate work. Work involves researching and drafting briefs, preparing and delivering oral arguments, and handling all aspects of appeals and appellate-related trial matters; planning and organizing work assignments; interpreting laws and regulations; providing legal advice, counsel, and assistance to client state agencies; representing the State’s interest before trial and appell...
Assistant Attorney General III-IV
Duties: Performs attorney work for the Child Support Division. Work involves representing the state’s interest in judicial and administrative matters, and providing legal advice, consultation and technical assistance to the Child Support Program and staff. Represent the at legal proceedings to locate, establish, enforce, modify or terminate court orders for child support and medical support. Represents the State of in administrative hear...
Administrative Law Judge (Admin Law Judge I - II)
The candidate will establish procedural schedules and discovery deadlines for cases. Approve uncontested applications. Prepare proposals for decision and final orders. Prepare application and hearing notices compliant with the Texas Open Meetings Act, Public Utility Regulatory Act, Texas Water Code, Administrative Procedure Act, and Commission rules. Conduct legal research and analysis. Rule on discovery disputes, schedulin...
Assistant Solicitor General
Duties: Performs highly complex to highly advanced appellate work (job duties will vary with experience). Represent the State, state agencies, and state officers in the most difficult, complex, and significant litigation, both civil and criminal, before the very highest state and federal courts. Frequent areas of litigation include constitutional questions generally, First Amendment challenges, federalism, sovereign immunity, habeas corpus, and ... read more