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Description : The Attorney Generals Office seeks an experienced trial attorney to join its Transportation Division which is housed in the Health & Safety Section of the Office. Attorneys in the Transportation Division primarily represent the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) and other State agencies on matters involving land acquisition and use, highway construction, and contract disputes involving the construction and maintenance of highways, public buildings, and other infrastructure. Attorneys also represent State agencies on matters involving enforcement of state and federal procurement and construction contract requirements such as prevailing wage laws and compliance with federal programs. A significant part of the attorney's caseload will involve representing MnDOT and other State agencies in eminent domain litigation and defending state agencies against claims in mandamus actions. Responsibilities: The successful applicant will evaluate, negotiate, resolve, and litigate cases before commissioners in statutory proceedings, in district court jury trials and appeals, and in administrative proceedings at the Office of Administrative Hearings. The attorney will be responsible for all phases of civil litigation, including preparing pleadings and briefs, discovery, motion practice, ADR, appearing at hearings and trials, and handling appeals. The attorney should also be able and willing to travel occasionally to construction sites and hearings throughout the State. Qualifications: Graduation from a law school accredited by the ABA and licensed to practice in the State of Minnesota; At least two years of civil litigation experience; o An interest in handling cases involving complex statutory provisions; Proven ability to litigate autonomously and make strategic legal decisions as lead counsel on a diverse caseload; Proven ability to counsel and advise clients throughout all stages of a case; o Ability to travel to counties throughout the state; Experience using electronic files, case management tools, and e-discovery platforms; Proven ability to contribute positively to a team and interact successfully with clients and members of the public; Excellent research and writing skills; o Proven ability to multitask by ma
Description : The Attorney Generals Office seeks an experienced trial attorney to join its Transportation Division which is housed in the Health & Safety Section of the Office. Attorneys in the Transportation Division primarily represent the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) and other State agencies on matters involving land acquisition and use, highway construction, and contract disputes involving the construction and maintenance of highways, public buildings, and other infrastructure. Attorneys also represent State agencies on matters involving enforcement of state and federal procurement and construction contract requirements such as prevailing wage laws and compliance with federal programs. A significant part of the attorney's caseload will involve representing MnDOT and other State agencies in eminent domain litigation and defending state agencies against claims in mandamus actions. Responsibilities: The successful applicant will evaluate, negotiate, resolve, and litigate cases before commissioners in statutory proceedings, in district court jury trials and appeals, and in administrative proceedings at the Office of Administrative Hearings. The attorney will be responsible for all phases of civil litigation, including preparing pleadings and briefs, discovery, motion practice, ADR, appearing at hearings and trials, and handling appeals. The attorney should also be able and willing to travel occasionally to construction sites and hearings throughout the State. Qualifications: Graduation from a law school accredited by the ABA and licensed to practice in the State of Minnesota; At least two years of civil litigation experience; o An interest in handling cases involving complex statutory provisions; Proven ability to litigate autonomously and make strategic legal decisions as lead counsel on a diverse caseload; Proven ability to counsel and advise clients throughout all stages of a case; o Ability to travel to counties throughout the state; Experience using electronic files, case management tools, and e-discovery platforms; Proven ability to contribute positively to a team and interact successfully with clients and members of the public; Excellent research and writing skills; o Proven ability to multitask by ma
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