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The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs-Office of General Counsel is accepting applications for an experienced attorney for its Atlanta District office. The attorney reports directly to the deputy chief counsel and is primarily responsible for advising and representing VA management on issues relating to employment and labor law, as well as providing advice on various health care related matters. The majority of the practice consists of litigating personnel cases before the EEOC, MSPB, FLRA and FMCS arbitrators appointed to hear negotiated grievance cases. The attorney also reviews and advises on various personnel matters including providing occasional training to management. Employment litigation experience is strongly preferred. Some travel will be required. The candidate must possess a Juris Doctorate degree and an active license to practice in any state. Salary will be dependent upon qualifications and experience and starts at $108,281. Interested candidates should forward their resume, cover letter and a writing sample via email to Sophia.Haynes@va.gov. Please include the following in the subject line: Attorney Vacancy – Atlanta. Application deadline is March 22, 2019.
Location: Rome, Ga.
Salary: A salary is set and provided by the state of Georgia, with a small supplement from Floyd County. Total compensation is approximately $44,616. Benefits are provided and/or available through the state of Georgia.
The judicial law clerk will work with the four Superior Court judges of the Rome Judicial Circuit. Assignments will include legal research and writing, preparation of proposed orders, reviewing pro se divorce petitions, and attending court proceedings. The Superior Court is a court of general jurisdiction, and the judicial law clerk will work in all areas of the law. The length of the position typically is one year. This is a state of Georgia position.
Law school graduate who has passed or sat for the bar examination.
Send cover letter, resume and writing sample to:
Floyd County Superior Court
3 Government Plaza, Suite 326
Rome, GA 30161
or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The position is open until filled.
Visit the U.S. Department of Justice website to search current attorney vacancies. All interested applicants are encouraged to apply; however, please note that due to temporary funding restrictions the U.S.D.O.J. may not be able to fill all of the currently advertised positions.