Administrative Office of the Courts invites letters of interest for Fiscal Year 2020 from attorneys
The Administrative Office of the Courts invites letters of interest for Fiscal Year 2020 from attorneys interested in representing children both as guardian ad litem for children under 14 and as youth attorney for children over 14 and parents or custodians that are parties to abuse and neglect cases arising under the Children’s Code in the First Judicial District, Second Judicial District, Fourth Judicial District, Fifth Judicial District, Seventh Judicial District, Eighth Judicial District, Ninth Judicial District, Eleventh Judicial District, Twelfth Judicial District and Thirteenth Judicial District. Compensation is tied directly to caseload. Letters of interest: Please include name, street address, phone number, email address, and a brief statement describing your background and understanding of abuse and neglect cases, years of experience, a statement of your ability to perform duties, and the available date to begin case assignments. Interested attorneys must be licensed to practice in the state of New Mexico, have professional liability insurance, and must attach a resume to the letter of interest. Contracting attorneys will submit monthly logs, have access to email, meet with the Court or AOC if requested, participate in related CLE’s, and submit invoices as required by AOC and Department of Finance protocols. Please send questions, letters of interest and accompanying resumes to Sarah Jacobs at firstname.lastname@example.org
Litigation Paralegal with minimum of 3- 5 years’ experience, including current working knowledge of State and Federal District Court rules, online research, trial preparation, document control management, and familiar with use of electronic databases and related legal-use software technology. Seeking skilled, organized, and detail-oriented professional for established commercial civil litigation firm. Email resumes to email@example.com
or Fax to 505-764-8374.
DNA-People’s Legal Services, Inc.
We are a non-profit legal aid and are currently hiring! DNA is one of the largest Indian legal service organizations in the country, located in northern AZ, northwest NM, and southern UT. We serve clients who live in poverty, with their civil legal needs, such as consumer law, domestic violence, guardianships and other family law, landlord/tenant, employment and public benefits cases. We practice in tribal, state, federal and administrative courts. Applicants must be able to live in remote areas, with limited Starbucks in sight, and must enjoy outdoor activities, such as hiking in canyons, running, cycling, climbing and camping. Having a reliable vehicle means that you can work in one of our on-reservation offices, as opposed to off-reservation. Visit our website https://dnalegalservices.org/career-opportunities-2/
, any questions call (928) 283-3206.
PT/FT attorney for expanding law firm in Albuquerque and Santa Fe. Email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
PRINCIPAL ATTORNEY, SENIOR ATTORNEY, ATTORNEY POSITIONS NAVAJO NATION DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
The Navajo Nation Department of Justice is seeking an energetic and motivated Senior Attorney, Attorney, Principal Attorney Positions for its Litigation Unit, Tax and Finance Unit, Natural Resources Unit and Navajo-Hopi Legal Services Program, The qualified applicant will provide legal advice and representation to various programs, departments and divisions of the Navajo Nation government, regarding a wide range of legal issues, including statutory and regulatory grounds for local authority, contract disputes and procurement issues, and intergovernmental relations. Emphasis will be in the areas of Natural Resources, Navajo-Hopi Land Dispute, and Tax could expand beyond these subjects. Current active state bar licensure in any state is required, with the expectation that within a year of hire, the applicant will obtain licensure in the Navajo Nation as well as one of the following states: Arizona, New Mexico or Utah. Preferred qualifications are current membership in good standing in the Arizona, New Mexico, or Utah State Bar Association and the Navajo Nation Bar Association. Please direct applicant packets consisting of (1) Letter of Interest with current address, telephone numbers, and e-mail address; (2) Navajo Nation employment application; (3) resume; (4) recent legal writing sample; (5) copy of bar membership certificates; and (6) law school graduation documents to Navajo Nation Department of Justice, Attention: Doreen N. McPaul, Attorney General at email@example.com or Kimberly A. Dutcher, Deputy Attorney General at firstname.lastname@example.org, P.O. Box 2010, Window Rock, AZ 86515, and to the Navajo Nation Department of Personnel Management, P.O. Box 7080, Window Rock, Arizona, 86515. Please visit http://www.dpm.navajo-nsn.gov/jobs.html
to obtain a copy of the Navajo Nation employment application. These positions are listed on the Navajo Nation’s Job Vacancy Announcement document. Applications are currently being accepted. For any questions, please contact Kimberly A. Dutcher at 928/871-6345.
Small defense firm in search of a self-motivated legal assistant. Applicants should be proficient in all Microsoft applications including Word, Excel and Exchange. Experience in general civil litigation or medical malpractice defense is preferred but is not required. Priority will be given to applicants with excellent proven computer skills. Competitive pay and benefits. Please fax resumes to (505) 842-5713, attention Hiring Division.
UNM School of Law-Employer Outreach Manager
The School of Law seeks a motivated individual for a full-time Manager, Employer Outreach position. Best consideration date, June 17, 2019. General duties: Manages the promotion and execution of employer outreach services in the legal community and other employment markets, including employer liaison, on/off-campus recruitment, career fairs, and other initiatives; advises students and graduates regarding employment options. Requires: ability to create/deliver presentations on legal career/employer development topics; knowledge of legal career outreach methods, programs, services, resources. Must be able to interact professionally with diverse constituencies. Occasional evening/weekend work required. Applicants possessing J.D. degree from ABA accredited law school strongly preferred. To apply: http://unmjobs.unm.edu
Assistant City Attorney
Assistant City Attorney position available with a main focus on providing legal advice to the City of Albuquerque and its various departments regarding Inspection of Public Records Act (“IPRA”) requests, and advising on subpoenas issued to the City, its departments, or employees. Applicant must be admitted to the practice of law in New Mexico, be an active member of the Bar in good standing, and have at least two (2) years of attorney experience in New Mexico. Preferred qualification: knowledge of IPRA, and civil and/or criminal procedure. A successful candidate will have strong communication skills, be able to work within a diverse legal team, and interact daily with other City employees and members of the public. Salary will be based upon experience and the City of Albuquerque Attorney's Personnel and Compensation Plan with a City of Albuquerque Benefits package. Please submit resume to attention of "IPRA Attorney Application"; c/o Angela M. Aragon; Executive Assistant; P.O. Box 2248, Albuquerque, NM 87103 or email@example.com
. Application deadline is June 26, 2019.