Arizona Attorney General

Mark Brnovich

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Paralegal II


Criminal Division
Tucson
The Arizona Attorney General’s Office Criminal Division, Border Crimes Section is seeking a Legal Assistant II perform paralegal work to support complex prosecutions, including drug related felony cases, electronic interception, white collar fraud, money laundering, identity theft and civil asset forfeiture cases in Southern Arizona.

ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL


Criminal Division
Tucson
The Arizona Attorney General’s Criminal Division in Tucson is seeking an Assistant Attorney General to prosecute criminal cases including but not limited to the offenses referenced below, in the Superior Courts of the State of Arizona. Tucson prosecutors support investigations and prosecute complex fraud, economic and white collar crimes, including but not limited to, securities fraud, public corruption, identity theft, forgery, AHCCCS/DES fraud, elder financial exploitation, credit card fraud, social security fraud, veterans’ benefits fraud, and intellectual property violations. Tucson prosecutors also support investigations and prosecute criminal enterprises for drug trafficking, money laundering, weapons trafficking, and sex trafficking.

Assistant Attorney General


State Government Division - Liability Management Section
Phoenix
The Arizona Attorney General’s Office State Government Division, Liability Management Section is seeking an Assistant Attorney General to provide legal representation to state agencies and employees in matters in which the Risk Management Division of ADOA provides coverage.  This representation includes advice and representation in complex cases in State and Federal court;  investigate; interview clients; review documents and evidence; conduct legal research; prepare pleadings, motions and all other papers to be filed in court; conduct discovery; review and analyze cases for trial; appear in court; report analysis of cases to clients and Risk Management.  The position will supervise support staff.

Senior Paralegal


State Government Division
Phoenix
Please note: Limited funding available for a minimum of two years. The Arizona Attorney General’s Office State Government Division, Liability Management Section is seeking a Senior Paralegal to primarily assist attorneys in monitoring a class action settlement involving the Department of Corrections.  This monitoring involves extensive document production and extensive report review as well as tours of Arizona Department of Corrections facilities.  In addition, this position will assist attorneys with inmate mediations, inmate mental health issues and inmate litigation.  Other duties include drafting correspondence, memoranda, pleadings, motions, discovery responses, disclosure statements and other documents as appropriate; gather documents; organize litigation files; aid attorneys in preparing assigned cases for trial and other disposition.

Senior Paralegal


State Government Division
Phoenix
The Arizona Attorney General’s Office State Government Division, Tax Section is seeking a Senior Paralegal responsible for assisting attorneys of the Tax Section by performing complex paralegal duties in preparation of cases.  Duties include timely and accurate preparation of a variety of legal notices and forms, correspondence, petitions, briefs, memoranda, pleadings, motions, discovery responses and disclosure statements, witness and exhibit lists, jury instructions and other documents as appropriate, interviewing witnesses, organizing litigation files, overseeing exhibit preparation, conducting legal research in various areas of law by consulting state and federal statutes, regulations and related treatises.

Senior Paralegal


State Government Division
Phoenix
The Arizona Attorney General’s Office State Government Division/Liability Management Section is seeking a Senior Paralegal to support the section attorneys. The duties include drafting correspondence, memoranda, pleadings, motions, discovery responses and disclosure statements, witness and exhibit lists, jury instructions and other documents as appropriate; gather documents; interview witnesses and organize litigation files.  Aid attorneys in preparing assigned cases for trial and other disposition. Regular attendance is required.

Assistant Attorney General


Child and Family Protection Division
Phoenix
The Arizona Attorney General's Office Child and Family Protection Division/Protective Services Section is seeking an Assistant Attorney General to assume responsibility for representation and litigation on behalf of the Department of Child Safety (DCS).  PSS attorney responsibilities include, but are not limited to, providing advice on child welfare law and representing DCS in dependency, termination of parental rights, guardianship, and adoption matters statewide at the trial court level.  PSS attorneys must comply with laws, rules, and office policies and procedures applicable to the performance of the job and must perform additional tasks as assigned by supervising personnel.

Assistant Attorney General


CFP/CSS
Phoenix and surrounding areas
The Arizona Attorney General's Office, Child and Family Protection Division/Child Support Services Section is seeking an Assistant Attorney General. This position is responsible for litigation on behalf of and representation for the Division of Child Support Services of the Department of Economic Security. Child Support Services attorney responsibilities include but are not limited to providing advice on child support enforcement law, reviewing Division of Child Support Services case files for litigation, conducting stipulation conferences, weekly court appearances, litigation research and writing, working with litigants, court personnel and agency employees and preparing legal pleadings, memoranda and correspondence.