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Assistant Attorney General II - Expert (San Antonio 219)

San Antonio, TX 78205

Employment Type: Temp Job Category: Professional Job Number: 8550

Job Description

Performs routine (journey-level) legal work. Work involves providing legal advice, counsel, and assistance; representing the State s interest in civil and criminal matters; reviewing, evaluating, and rendering legal opinions; preparing legal documentation; and assisting in drafting bills and amendments for legislative consideration. Works under moderate supervision, with limited latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment.
EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED Provides legal advice, counsel, and assistance. Represents the State s interest in civil and criminal matters. Prepares legal documents, including but not limited to briefs, pleadings, and memoranda. Prepares cases for trial. Performs legal research and investigations, and reports findings and conclusions. Participates in administrative hearings and evidentiary hearings and in the discovery process. Assists in drafting bills and amendments for legislative consideration. May represent the Office of the Attorney General before state or federal district and appellate courts. Performs related work as assigned. GENERAL QUALIFICATION GUIDELINES EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION Experience in legal work. Graduation from an accredited law school with a Juris Doctor (JD) degree. Member in good standing with the State Bar of Texas.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES Knowledge of legal principles, practices, and proceedings; and of state and federal laws, regulations, and rules. Skill in legal research, writing, and analysis; in conducting investigations; in mediation and negotiations; in using reasoning and logic; in identifying and solving complex problems; in prioritizing workloads; in using judgment to identify courses of action; and in the use of a computer and applicable software. Ability to prepare legal documents, to conduct research, to interpret and apply laws, to summarize findings, to prepare cases and present at trial, to conduct hearings, and to communicate effectively. REGISTRATION, CERTIFICATION, OR LICENSURE Must be licensed as an attorney by the State of Texas

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