TRANSACTIONAL ATTORNEY

Location
Saint Paul, Minnesota
Posted
Jan 12, 2018
Closes
Feb 11, 2018
Employment Status
Full Time

The Office of the Minnesota Attorney General is accepting resumes for an attorney to represent state agencies in transactional matters.  The attorneys would provide legal representation to state agencies with respect to public financing and bond issues; private equity investments; leases, licenses, and contracts, intellectual property matters and other transactional matters. 

Qualifications:  Our selection process is competitive.  Applicants should have outstanding research and analytical abilities, good judgment and character, and have the skill, commitment and work ethic to represent the public effectively. Applicants should also have relevant transactional experience.

If you have Federal Direct Student Loans (or other federal loans that may be consolidated into a Direct Consolidation Loan), your employment with this Office may qualify you to have your student loans forgiven after a period of service and payments.  (For more information, visit www.studentaid.ed.gov/sa/repay-loans/forgiveness-cancellation/public-service.)

Applications.  You may express interest in an appointment as an Assistant Attorney General by submitting a cover letter and resume that includes your relevant experience and academic credentials, as follows:

Office of the Minnesota Attorney General

Attention:  June Walsh

445 Minnesota Street, Suite 1100

St. Paul, MN 55101

ag.jobs@ag.state.mn.us

The Office of the Attorney General is an equal opportunity employer.

If you need reasonable accommodation for a disability, please call June Walsh at (651) 757-1199 or (651) 297-7206 (TTY).

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