The Children, Youth and Families Department is seeking to multiple vacant Children’s Court Attorney Senior Positions. Salary range is $58,000-$93,000 annually, depending on experience and qualifications. The attorneys will represent the department in abuse/neglect and termination proceedings and related matters. The ideal candidates will have experience in the practice of law totaling at least three years and New Mexico licensure is required. Children’s Court Attorney Senior positions will be located in Los Lunas, New Mexico. Benefits include medical, dental, vision, paid vacation, and a retirement package. Please contact the following for information on how to apply and to ascertain the closing date for the position. David Brainerd (505) 795-2760 or email@example.com
. The state of New Mexico is an EOE. To apply for this position go to www.state.nm.us/spo/
and click on JOBS, then click on Apply for a Job Online Job order #102399.
In-House Legal Counsel
IN-HOUSE LEGAL COUNSEL
The Legal Counsel at Meow Wolf, Inc, will provide legal advice and services to support all company operations and new ventures. Specifically, this professional will help the company to grow its operations and expand all entertainment platforms from development to production to exploitation and distribution. This includes but is not limited to advice and counsel related to negotiating and structuring both financing and intellectual property agreements. In addition, this individual will troubleshoot human resource issues, labor relations, and local government affairs as necessary.
We are looking for a professional with multidisciplinary experience who has a deep understanding of the entertainment industry with the ability to navigate complex legal and business issues while advancing the unique culture and goals of Meow Wolf, Inc.
Specifically, our general counsel will:
Offer legal and strategic advice as requested in all areas of the company
Manage company risk
Oversee and manage all contracted external counsel
Evaluate and weigh multiple inputs and impacts of decisions and courses of action by senior management as requested
Serve as a resource for messaging and transparency in times of crisis management at all levels of the company
Meow Wolf, Inc. is growing rapidly. This position requires an extremely capable and fast-paced individual who can not only maintain the current culture and processes but help us to manage our operations and swift growth. The right candidate loves providing legal advice and counsel related to organizational growth, intellectual property, and enjoys a challenge.
In house counsel experience at a start-up or public/private industry company or significant professional experience practicing Entertainment law
Overall broad legal knowledge of corporations, intellectual property, labor law, and administrative law
Ability to develop a legal strategy and objectives
High degree of professional ethics, integrity and gravitas
Excellent judgement and analytical skills
Ability to anticipate legal issues and risks
Preferably licensed in NM, CO, CA, NV, IL, TX, DE and/or NY
Assistant City Attorney
The City of Albuquerque Legal Department is hiring an Assistant City Attorney to provide legal services to the City’s Department of Municipal Development (“DMD”). The primary area of focus is construction law. The work includes, but is not limited to: contract drafting, analysis, and negotiations; regulatory law; procurement; general commercial transaction issues; intergovernmental agreements; dispute resolution; and civil litigation. Attention to detail and strong writing skills are essential. Five (5)+ years’ experience is preferred and must be an active member of the State Bar of New Mexico, in good standing. Please submit resume and writing sample to attention of “Legal Department DMD Assistant City Attorney Application” c/o Angela M. Aragon, Executive Assistant/HR Coordinator; P.O. Box 2248, Albuquerque, NM 87103, or firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant District Attorney
The Fifth Judicial District Attorney’s office has immediate positions open to a new or experienced attorney’s. Salary will be based upon the New Mexico District Attorney’s Salary Schedule with starting salary range of an Assistant Trial Attorney to a Senior Trial Attorney ($58,000 to $79,679). Please send resume to Dianna Luce, District Attorney, 301 N. Dalmont Street, Hobbs, NM 88240-8335 or e-mail to 5thDA@da.state.nm.us
Second Judicial District Court
Residential Mortgage Foreclosure Settlement Facilitation Project
The Second Judicial District Court is accepting applications for Contract Attorney for the Residential Mortgage Foreclosure Settlement Facilitation Project (“RMFSF”). RMFSF will operate under the direction of the Chief Judge and the Presiding Civil Judge. Attorney will conduct settlement facilitation conferences in residential foreclosures pending before the court between lenders and borrowers. Attorney is independent and impartial and shall be governed by the Rules of Professional Conduct, Mediation Procedures Act, NMSA 1978, § 44-7B-1 to 44-7B-6, and Mediation Ethics and Standards of Practice. Attorney will be responsible for memorializing settlement agreements and meeting with the designated supervising judge to receive case assignments and discuss RMFSF progress. Attorney agrees to twenty hours of work per week, which is anticipated to be a minimum of eleven settlement conferences per month, subject to adjustment for complex case assignments, maintain records for payment and reporting and statistical purposes as defined by the Court. Attorney will coordinate with assigned Court staff who provide administrative support to RMFSF. Qualifications: Must be a graduate of an ABA accredited law school; possess and maintain a license to practice law in the State of New Mexico; must have experience in settlement facilitation. Experience with residential mortgage foreclosure matters and loss mitigation is a plus. Compensation will be at a rate of $50.00 per hour, inclusive of gross receipts tax. Send letter of interest, resume, proof of education and writing sample to the Second Judicial District Court, Court Administration, P.O. Box 488 (400 Lomas Blvd. NW), Albuquerque, NM, 87102. Letters of interest without required material will be rejected. Letters must be received by court administration no later than 5:00 P.M. Friday, March 08, 2019. More information about the contract can be found on the SJDC’s website: https://seconddistrictcourt.nmcourts.gov/
Attorney-Associate and Attorney-Senior Positions
The Supreme Court is accepting applications for attorney-associate and attorney-senior positions within the Court’s office of legal counsel. The target annual salary for these at-will positions ranges from $73,133 to $98,759, depending on position, qualifications, and experience. These positions support the Supreme Court’s adjudicative and rulemaking functions and may include supervisory duties.
For a detailed description of the job qualifications, duties, and application requirements, please visit the Employment Opportunities webpage on the New Mexico Supreme Court website at https://supremecourt.nmcourts.gov/employment-opportunities.aspx
The Twelfth Judicial District Court in Alamogordo, NM is seeking a full-time, Attorney - Associate (At-Will) or Attorney - Senior (At-Will), dependent upon qualifications. Candidate must be a graduate of law school meeting the standards of accreditation of the American Bar Association; and possess and maintain a license to practice in the State of New Mexico. Attorney - Associate must have three (3) years of experience in the practice of applicable law, or as a law clerk; the salary range is $28.128 - $35.160 per hour ($58,506 - $73,133 per year). Attorney - Senior must have five (5) years of experience in the practice of applicable law, or law clerk, with one year as a supervisor; the salary range is $30.387 - $ 37.984 per hour ($63,206 - $79,007 per year). Please visit the Careers section at www.nmcourts.gov
for the complete job announcement and information on how to apply, or contact Rosie at (575) 812-5082, or email@example.com
v. This position closes Monday, February 4, 2019, at 5:00 p.m. EOE