The Iowa Attorney General seeks an attorney for the Licensing and Administrative Law Division. Attorneys in this division handle professional licensing prosecutions and provide general legal advice and representation to state agencies, boards, and commissions. These attorneys practice primarily before administrative tribunals and the Iowa district courts, but may also handle matters in the federal district courts, Iowa Court of Appeals, Iowa Supreme Court, and the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Some perks of working in this division include flexible work from home schedules; collegiality among colleagues; the opportunity to work on interesting, novel, or exciting cases; excellent work-life balance and benefits; and no hourly billing.
Successful applicants will have a dedication to public service and demonstrated superlative research, writing, and oral advocacy skills. Previous trial or appellate practice, judicial clerkship, and/or law review experience desired.
This is a non-merit position with the Justice – AG’s Office. Candidates must follow the instructions in the “To Apply” section.
Positions in this class are exempt from the screening and referral requirements of the Iowa Department of Administrative Services – Human Resources Enterprise.
Graduation from an accredited school of law.
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