Attorney General

Top Attorney General Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Attorney General. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Attorney General resumes they appeared on. For example, 13.7% of Attorney General resumes contained Legal Documents as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Attorney General actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Attorney General resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

2. Child Support Cases

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Here's how Child Support Cases is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Provided day-to-day technical assistance to attorney and non-attorney staff assigned to child support cases.
  • Assessed child support cases to determine appropriate action and explains child support program policies, procedures and regulations to customers.
  • Open and assessing child support cases from both direct applications from parents and referrals from Health and Human Services.
  • Assisted customers with their child support cases in terms of financial, legal, and locate status.
  • Monitored child support cases and refers delinquent cases for the appropriate enforcement action(s).
  • Produce guidelines for the modification of child support cases that are processed by the Interstate Unit.
  • Assessed child support cases to determine appropriate actions and documents needed to file financial holding.
  • Assisted customers in person and on phone with their child support cases.
  • Interviewed Parties prior to hearings or trials in child support cases.
  • Assessed child support cases to determine the appropriate case action.
  • Process motions to modify court orders for Child support cases.
  • Entered, retrieved and updated child support cases on TXCSES.
  • Support Enforcement Specialist Generate petitions for submission to court or to various domestic/foreign agencies for child support cases.

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3. Family Law

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Here's how Family Law is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Solo legal practitioner practicing in the areas of estate planning, bankruptcy, family law, disability, and criminal defense.
  • Adhere to policies and procedures, Texas Family law, federal regulations and other states' IV-D regulations.
  • Sole practitioner handling general practice matters in Immigration, Family Law, Criminal, and Contract Law.
  • Maintained current knowledge of child support policies and procedures, Texas Family Law, federal regulations.
  • Practice concentration in family law and real estate law and commercial law.
  • Assist clients with family law matters throughout the litigation process and beyond.
  • Perform legal research related to family law and general law.
  • practice focused upon civil litigation and family law
  • Represented clients in various legal proceedings including torts, contract disputes, family law issues, business transactions and criminal matters.
  • Represented clients in civil matters including family law, immigration and civil traffic matters.
  • focused on criminal defense, family law and civil litigation.
  • practice of law, emphasizing family law, bankruptcy, criminal defense and conflict resolution.

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4. Counsel

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Here's how Counsel is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Prepared unfair labor practice complaints for General Counsel's approval in preparation for litigation before the Authority.
  • Performed extensive trial litigation, facilitated contract administrations, negotiations, and arranged mediation and counseling.
  • Present accurate and informative material to clients and stakeholders in preventive counseling seminars.
  • Negotiated with defense counsel and probation officers to achieve a disposition.
  • Evaluated and assigned civil litigation to outside counsel.
  • Lead counsel for industrial minerals, coal and copper divisions as well as the lithium and molybdenum divisions.
  • General Counsel to the AT&T affiliate providing hosted Voice over IP (VOIP) services.
  • Back filled Office Manager s duties which included the support of the Principal Counsel when necessary.
  • Gathered and prepared evidence to produce to opposing counsel in a class action against D.C.
  • Served as liaison between NC Department of Transportation and counsel on ownership matters.
  • Review and interpret legislation (State and/or Federal) and counsel clients accordingly.
  • Served as legal counsel for Human Resources, Claims and Accounting departments.
  • Engaged in outreach to consumers, housing counselors, and attorneys.
  • Served as Legal Counsel to all three branches of Student Government.
  • Lead counsel for an average of 70 cases per year.
  • Managed corporate assets within the General Counsel s office.
  • Consulted with Attorneys when counseling potential clients.
  • Provided General Counsel services to the jurisdictional and non-jurisdictional Tenneco Energy subsidiaries.
  • Return phone calls to law enforcements, providers (hospitals, counselors, EMS & etc).
  • Assist the General Counsel in providing general legal services to Anacostia Rail Holdings Company and its subsidiary companies.

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5. In-Office Investigations

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Here's how In-Office Investigations is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Conducted and oversaw detailed in-office investigations to locate absent parents, verify employment and determine assets.
  • Conducted and overseen detailed in-office investigations to locate parties, verify employment and determine assets.

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6. Real Estate

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Here's how Real Estate is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Drafted Shareholders/Directors Resolution and various other corporate documents for real estate developer.
  • Represented small businesses-formation, real estate matters, mortgage/lending and regulatory issues.
  • Prepared Notices of Complaints and Hearings for Real Estate Licensees in violation of Department of Real Estate rules and regulations.
  • Practiced residential and, commercial real estate, personal injury, wills and estates, and matrimonial law.
  • Interpreted and utilized Florida and federal statutes to charge crimes involving real estate and pharmaceutical fraud.
  • Drafted real estate, time shares, corporate, and securities contracts and other related documents.
  • Reviewed closing and mortgage loan documents for residential and commercial real estate transactions.
  • Advise clients on lending regulations, real estate matters, and licensing laws.
  • Litigated and researched real estate, construction, and appellate law issues.
  • General Practice: Trusts and Estates, Real Estate and Corporate Law.
  • Prepared contracts for commercial, employment and real estate matters.
  • Closed numerous real estate sale and purchase transactions.
  • Drafted and negotiated commercial real estate leases.
  • Litigated and settled real estate disputes.
  • Provide transactional real estate counsel for buyers and sellers, including 1st-time home buyers, 1031 exchanges and estate sales.
  • Represented small businesses and not-for-profit clients in regards to commercial litigation and arbitration, real estate issues, and contracts.
  • practice included Real Estate law, Wills, Trust, and Estates law and Elder law.
  • Implemented multifactor economic models to optimize John Hancock's Real Estate investment allocations.

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7. Court Hearings

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Here's how Court Hearings is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Prepare content-specific case files, support forms, and documentations to use during daily court hearings.
  • Attend court hearings arguing in clients' favor persuading the magistrate to rule in their favor.
  • Attended court hearings, took relevant notes for filing and filed cases.
  • Assist attorney and legal assistant at court hearings.
  • Drafted and revised documents involved in establishing paternity and enforcement actions Observed and assisted with negotiations and court hearings
  • Prepared files for court hearings, mediations, trial and depositions.

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8. Assistant Attorney

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Here's how Assistant Attorney is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Drafted office memorandums and assisted Assistant Attorneys General with trial preparation.
  • Performed Legal Secretary Paralegal duties for a blind Assistant Attorney General.
  • Attended Virginia General Assembly meetings with an assistant attorney general.
  • Collaborated with other Assistant AttorneyGenerals to bring practical answers and solutions to client questions and concerns.
  • Assigned to work under a special assistant attorney general in the compliance division of the Dept.
  • Reported to three assistant attorneys general; provided assistance for interns and first-year attorneys.
  • Assisted Assistant Attorney General with Consumer Protection cases and prepared cases for litigation.
  • Provided Assistant Attorney Generals aid in General Trial and Appeal Preparation and Procedure.
  • Accompanied Assistant Attorney Generals to court for hearings and trials.
  • Prepared files for assistant attorney generals before trials and hearings.
  • Responded to Assistant Attorney Generals legal inquires by submitting precise interoffice memoranda with supportive case law and relevant statutes.
  • Researched regulatory, administrative, and environmental law and drafted legal memoranda for Assistant Attorney Generals.
  • Fall Intern to Assistant Attorney General, Conducted Memorandums of Law on Massachusetts' consumer protection statute, M.G.L.
  • Participated in multi-state assistant attorneys general groups to prosecute national pharmaceutical companies.
  • Rule 9 Student-Assistant Attorney General - Work directly with Rhode Island Assistant Attorney General's in all aspects of Pre-trial preparation.

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9. Personal Injury Cases

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Here's how Personal Injury Cases is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Plan and execute all phases of civil, criminal, domestic relations, and personal injury cases.

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10. Data Entry

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Programmed data entry forms, tables and reports utilizing queries, SQL, and Visual Basic.
  • Performed daily clerical duties including, phones, data entry, filing and document typing.
  • Scan and Index documents, Import internet child support applications and entered Data Entry.
  • Clerk Typist II Duties are: * Data Entry of Client Information, * Filing
  • File Management of Client files Data Entry of client information Monitored timeline of events Assisted in preparing for hearings

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11. Bankruptcy

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Here's how Bankruptcy is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Accepted full responsibility for federal bankruptcy practice development.
  • Located information on 85 bankruptcy Courts/defendants which resulted in the disposition of documents to state offices throughout Texas.
  • Drafted bankruptcy responses to claim objections, set-aside confirmation motions, researched various bankruptcy issues.
  • Coordinated litigation with outside counsel for employment, bankruptcy, First Amendment and other claims.
  • Practiced domestic and cross-border corporate, securities, financial, bankruptcy and commercial law.
  • Practice included contract preparation and review, probate, bankruptcy and personal injury matters.
  • Drafted bankruptcy filings, various motions, and complaints in collection cases.
  • Experienced with regulatory requirements in the areas of Debt Collection and Bankruptcy.
  • Represented IRS in a host of cases before tax and bankruptcy courts.
  • Appeared at state, federal and bankruptcy court frequently.
  • Led and closed loan transaction involving negotiation of intercreditor agreements with counsel for factoring entity and coordination with bankruptcy counsel.
  • Conducted legal research and composed memoranda on legal topics including; foreclosure, bankruptcy, and permissive joinder.

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12. Civil Litigation

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Here's how Civil Litigation is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Participate in civil litigation, hearings, mediation and administrative proceedings; conduct depositions.
  • Represent clients in civil litigation, matrimonial actions, family offenses, real estate transactions, and estate issues.
  • Practice Areas: Real Estate Law; Business Law; Contracts; Civil Litigation; Personal Injury Law.
  • Represent clients in a wide range of administrative and civil litigation
  • Represented a diverse group of clients in civil litigation matters.
  • Represent clients in various stages of civil litigation.
  • Manage law firm's civil litigation calendar.
  • Prepare pre-investigative reports to be reviewed by the Antitrust and Civil Litigation Unit to determine what actions need to take place.
  • Practice included municipal, domestic relations, juvenile, probate and general civil litigation.

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13. Law Enforcement

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Here's how Law Enforcement is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Strengthened my capabilities in prosecuting complex white- collar crimes through education such as federal and state law enforcement conferences and seminars.
  • Review applications from Law Enforcement for Reimbursement for Sexual Assault Exam Medical Examinations.
  • Work in collaboration with stake-holders: law enforcement, DOC, Parole Board and area non-profit agencies to coordinate SAVIN.
  • Provide subject matter expert reviews of victim response procedures for law enforcement, forensic nurses, and other stakeholders.
  • Work with local law enforcement and attorneys in the Juvenile Unit to obtain facts for a case.
  • Coordinated attendance and travel needs for victims, witnesses and law enforcement officers for hearings & trials.
  • Drafted a department newsletter that addressed legal issues and questions commonly faced by law enforcement personnel.
  • Maintained liaisons with other state, federal and local law enforcement and criminal justice agencies.
  • Make written requests to Law Enforcement Agencies for required billing forms and procedure codes.
  • Travel for training Law Enforcement, medical provider & victim advocates
  • Experienced first-hand the workings of a state law enforcement agency.
  • Graduate, Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, Glynco, GA. Graduate, US Air Force Security Police Academy.
  • Maintain and support DCI's secure law enforcement Intranet using a Windows 2000 SQL server and Microsoft Enterprise Manager.

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14. Office Supplies

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15. Federal Courts

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Here's how Federal Courts is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Directed regulatory and antitrust matters for company's interstate network services before Federal Communications Commission and federal courts.
  • Solo Practice representing clients in all fields of the law in the State and Federal Courts in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
  • Supervised and coordinated with more than 30 outside firms representing the corporation in numerous state and federal courts.
  • Observed litigation in District, State and Federal courts related to separate and unrelated criminal drug cases.
  • Defended and advocated on behalf of clients in state, municipal and federal courts.
  • Admitted to all state & federal courts.
  • Conducted extensive legal research using LexisNexis with regard to constitutional issues Composed legal briefs for the State and Federal courts
  • Licensed in all Wisconsin and Minnesota state and federal courts.

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16. Medicaid

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Here's how Medicaid is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Identified violations of Medicaid/Medicare rules and regulations by Medicaid/Medicare providers and their employees.
  • Seek judicial review of administrative decisions denying Medicaid eligibility to indigent patients.
  • Conduct criminal investigations and examinations of alleged Medicaid/ Medicare provider fraud.
  • Conducted criminal investigations regarding alleged violations of the Medicaid Fraud Control Act
  • Lead investigator in successful Medicaid fraud cases collectively recovering nearly $1 million dollars in restitution for tax payers.
  • Managed over 40 cases concurrently, identifying over $7 million in Medicaid fraud during an evaluation period.
  • Work in conjunction with the State Attorney's Office and Detectives to arrest and convict Medicaid Fraud providers.
  • Detailed analyses of Colorado Medicaid claims garnered over $15 million of recoveries in three years.
  • Created a database which organized over one hundred beneficiaries related to a Medicaid fraud claim.
  • Edited and formatted the Medicaid Fraud Newsletter in Word and WordPerfect.
  • Drafted and edited the index for the Medicaid Fraud newsletter.
  • Collaborated and advised Attorney General Janet Reno on policies involving Medicare, Medicaid and immigration.
  • Work Experience Office of the Attorney General - Tampa, Florida - 2002 to Present Senior Investigator Investigate possible Medicaid Fraud.

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17. State Agencies

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Here's how State Agencies is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Managed day-to-day cooperative efforts between the Attorney General's Office, Missouri Department of Education, and other state agencies.
  • Result: Successfully negotiated consent decrees with 10 different state agencies at a value of $30M.
  • Limited to 20 students who were placed in various state agencies and enrolled in 2 classes.
  • Defend various State agencies in Federal and/or State court.
  • Prepare and circulate clientcorrespondence, communicate with opposing counsel and state agencies.

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19. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Provided customer service to internal/external customers.
  • General office management including advertising, client file management, administration, customer service, client billing and collections.
  • Managed 4-5 CSO II employees to insure call quality and customer service was in line with State SOP.
  • Handled telephone calls for the Child Support Customer Service hotline.
  • Provide qualitycustomer service to all parties.

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20. Trial Preparation

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Here's how Trial Preparation is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Assisted state prosecutors in preparing criminal cases by conducting follow-up investigations, locating witnesses, and trial preparation.
  • Assisted attorneys with discovery and trial preparation assembling exhibits, affidavits and document review.
  • Assisted supervising attorneys in trial preparation and trial strategy.
  • Assisted with felony criminal trial preparation.
  • Handle all phases of litigation and trial preparation, including investigation, petitioning, discovery, motions and mediation.
  • Organized documents to assist attorneys in preparing for hearings and depositions as well as trial preparation orders.
  • Assist Trial team paralegal and attorneys in trial preparation, organization of death penalty files.
  • Experienced in all aspects of litigation - trial preparation, jury trials and appellate practice.
  • Assisted attorneys in preparing legal cases and trial preparation.
  • Assisted counsel in trial preparation.
  • Spring 2006 Assisted in trial preparation.

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21. Ethics

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Here's how Ethics is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Coordinated and co-directed ethics training and information seminars for District of Columbia government employees.
  • Synthesized the NJ Consumer Affairs Code of Ethics manual into a more accessible document.
  • Complied with all agency policies and procedures, including those pertaining to ethics and integrity
  • Result: Instituted a company-wide ethics and trade compliance program applicable to all employees.
  • Created and gave a presentation regarding non- attorney ethics to division staff.
  • Prepared FEMA for a review from the Office of Government Ethics.
  • Received code of conduct and ethics training for CLE hours.

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22. Civil Rights

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Here's how Civil Rights is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Authorized by Congressional Mandate 42 USC 1983,1988 Civil Rights Activist Private Attorney General Act 1977 Constitutional Bounty Hunter 14th Amendment sec 2
  • Conduct litigation, advise Compliance Section of the Civil Rights Division, engage in outreach activities.
  • Supported attorneys regarding litigation of Civil Rights and DWI cases before various Circuit Courts.
  • Drafted EEOC and Ohio Civil Rights Commission position statements.

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23. Appellate Briefs

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Here's how Appellate Briefs is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Work included writing appellate briefs for the U.S. Supreme Court, Fifth Circuit, and the Texas Courts of Appeal.
  • Drafted appellate briefs for submission before the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and Court of International Trade.
  • Intern, Summer Honors ProgramReviewed trial court transcripts and appellate briefs to determine issues on appeal.
  • Researched and drafted arguments for 18 appellate briefs filed with the Arizona Court of Appeals.
  • Drafted portions of appellate briefs, reviewed case histories and summarized lower court proceedings
  • Researched and drafted appellate briefs for Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals.

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24. Phone Calls

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Created a campaign voter outreach program using the distribution of literature, and volunteer phone calls.
  • Appropriate screening of a wide variety of phone calls, correspondence and visitors.
  • Answered all incoming division phone calls.
  • Answered and directed telephone calls requests.

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25. Deposition Summaries

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Here's how Deposition Summaries is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Helped supervising attorney with depositions organization and questioning, case file reviews, deposition summaries and client interviews.

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26. Consumer Complaints

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Here's how Consumer Complaints is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Mediated resolutions to consumer complaints between the consumers and various businesses.
  • Investigate security breaches based on consumer complaints.
  • Mediated between consumers and corporations via letters, phone calls and in person in order to resolve consumer complaints.
  • Acted as a consumer advocate in negotiating consumer complaints with merchants, securing over $40,000 in refunds
  • Searched for businesses, companies or private contractors who displayed patterns of suspicious business behavior and received numerous consumer complaints.
  • Attempted to resolve consumer complaints against second parties with the goal of reaching a mutual resolution.
  • Mediated consumer complaints Wrote letters to consumers and businesses Actively listened to consumers and businesses

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27. Administrative Hearings

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Here's how Administrative Hearings is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Gained legal experience and understanding through attending trials and administrative hearings.
  • Attended administrative hearings and arguments.
  • Testified at Administrative hearings for Medical Personnel and testified at court trials and Grand Juries.
  • Filed cases with Office of Administrative Hearings.
  • Prepare cases for court and administrative hearings.
  • Represented clients in Law and Motion matters, administrative hearings, depositions and mediations.
  • Performed and led focus groups for pre-trial work for administrative hearings.

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28. Administrative Law

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Here's how Administrative Law is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Conduct legal research, create legal strategies, and write briefs in cases involving immigration and administrative law issues.
  • Drafted and reviewed public contracts, national public bidding, construction, consultations regarding public and administrative law.
  • Conducted research on constitutional law, administrative law, extradition, religious freedom and discovery issues.
  • Handled claims against the agency for Constitutional violations, torts claims and administrative law claims.
  • Briefed Administrative Law Judge's Initial Decisions and petitioner/respondent's Exceptions to Initial Decisions.
  • Gained familiarity with federal sector labor law, and administrative law practice and procedure.
  • Practice areas include administrative law, wills, probate, and business entity formation.
  • Assisted in writing briefs for administrative law appeals.
  • Participated in pre-trial settlement discussions with the Office of Administrative Law Judges.
  • Performed research and wrote memoranda, focusing on Ohio administrative law, qualified immunity, and 1983 actions.

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29. Estate Planning

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Here's how Estate Planning is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Provided estate planning, tax, consumer, and immigration law assistance to military members.
  • Provided advice on Estate planning, including Will drafting, execution and Probate proceedings.

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31. Medical Malpractice

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Here's how Medical Malpractice is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Assisted partners in handling the defense of complex cases involving toxic torts, medical malpractice and product liability claims.
  • Handled wrongful death, medical malpractice, products liability, construction contract litigation and other types civil cases.
  • Investigated and managed medical malpractice and tort cases filed under the Federal Tort Claims Act.
  • Conducted medical malpractice and tort trials in the Court of Claims.

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32. Employment Laws

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33. Workers Compensation

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Here's how Workers Compensation is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Lead junior attorney on multiple general liability and workers compensation cases.
  • Represented Individuals in employment matters, human rights matters, contract, real estate, personal injury and workers compensation claims.
  • Drafted pleadings for the Attorney General's Office for cases involving the insurance claims and the Illinois Workers Compensation Act.
  • Handled caseload and appeared for conferences, motions, workers compensation hearings and depositions.

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34. Jury Instructions

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36. State Attorney

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Here's how State Attorney is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Provided services to the office of State Attorney General, Police Departments, (CAC) Child Advocacy Center.
  • Received award from the Maryland State Attorney General for Excellent Service.
  • Prepared briefs for the use by qualified state attorneys.

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37. AG

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Here's how AG is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Contract Administration/Contract Management - Managed vendor invoices and review for accuracy.
  • Assisted grassroots coordinator in managing and organizing volunteers.
  • Litigated legal interpretations of Agency statutory authority.
  • Managed one Indonesian attorney, paralegal and comm., admin., and an operational budget of US$100 thousand.
  • Selected as the only member of the section to manage Natural Resource Damages Assessment and Clean Ohio Fund cases.
  • Manage all sorts of client and employees with an eye towards satisfaction and proper utilization of employee strength.
  • Manage case load, filing and maintain of all legal files, including indexing pleadings and discovery.
  • Drafted and negotiated IP licensing agreements, specialized non-disclosure agreements, letters of credit and parental guarantees.
  • Learned the procedure for dispositions, case preparation, writing/filing motions, document management and plea bargaining.
  • Attended law enforcement training regarding management of heroin trafficking in the Triad.
  • Reviewed and drafted contracts, leases and employee agreements for local businesses.
  • Prepare monthly packages to be reviewed by the State Appeal Board.
  • Project Management - Supervised all Government sites and personnel.
  • Managed lobby area: greeted and directed all visitors.
  • Answer telephones, direct calls, and take messages.
  • Supervised attendance and manage team work schedules.
  • denied, 549 U.S. 810 (2006), I won a summary judgment against a tobacco products distributor in Colorado.
  • Directed all aspects of fundraising including call-time management, donation processing, and event planning.
  • Negotiated production services agreements for the tour direction and production of Kylie
  • Helped file child support cases and documents Assisted case workers by reviewing applications Trained to take calls from Regional managers and offices

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38. Oral Arguments

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Here's how Oral Arguments is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Filed case documents, made copies, performed legal research, observed mock oral arguments, and drafted appeal decision notices.
  • Participated in moot court sessions in order to prepare fellow attorneys for oral arguments before the Ohio Supreme Court.
  • Observed Michigan Court of Appeals and Michigan Supreme Court oral arguments.
  • Attended court sessions to hear oral arguments.

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39. State Regulations

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Here's how State Regulations is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Determined if organizations were compliant with state regulations and laws.

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40. Enforcement System

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Here's how Enforcement System is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Entered, retrieved, and updated child support information on the Texas Child Support Enforcement System.

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42. Press Releases

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Here's how Press Releases is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Write and distribute press releases for the department as well as prepare talking points for media interviews and events.

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43. Special Projects

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Here's how Special Projects is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Completed special projects and miscellaneous assignments as required.
  • Direct and coordinates the Antitrust Division special projects and presentations.

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44. Intellectual Property

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Here's how Intellectual Property is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Experienced with intellectual property agreements.
  • Provided legal counsel on a broad range of issues, including employment law and intellectual property.
  • Counseled all of ABC operations on copyright, music and other intellectual property issues.

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45. Txcses

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Here's how Txcses is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Opened cases on (TXCSES); Checked for duplicate cases, missing information or documents.
  • Researched case information on the computer including TXCSES.

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46. IV-D

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Here's how IV-D is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Responded to customer inquiries and complaints Assesses the validity of complaints against the IV-D program with impartiality.
  • Assessed the validity of complaints against the IV-D program with impartiality.
  • Represent the State of Texas at IV-D hearings and in District Court.Supervise all office personnel.

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47. Travel Arrangements

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Here's how Travel Arrangements is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Organize and confirm in-state and out-of-state travel arrangements for staff.
  • Coordinate, process and confirm staff travel arrangements.

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48. Ensure Compliance

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Here's how Ensure Compliance is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Monitored child support payments awarded by court to ensure compliance and enforcement of child support laws
  • Developed the company's corporate compliance program to ensure compliance with federal anti-boycott laws.
  • Manage and monitor the SAVIN grant to ensure compliance with BJA granting agency.
  • Advised on contents of contract between Area Plan Commission and receivers toensure compliance with statutes and protect interests of receivers.
  • Drafted memoranda to general counsel to ensure compliance with federal and state requirements for funding grants.

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49. Business Law

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Here's how Business Law is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Developed and maintained a thorough understanding of the Ohio consumer protection and business laws.
  • Controlled and supervised the observance of business law in public contracts.

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50. Child Support Orders

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Here's how Child Support Orders is used in Attorney General jobs:
  • Prepared documents relating to legal and administrative actions to establish or enforce child support orders.
  • Calculated child support obligations; prepared temporary and permanent child support orders.
  • Prepared documents to file petitions to establish or enforce child support orders.
  • Communicated and coordinated enforcement of child support orders thru the interstate compact system.
  • Prepare Legal Documents (Child Support Orders) Assist Attorneys as needed

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20 Most Common Skill for an Attorney General

Legal Documents18.4%
Child Support Cases10.6%
Family Law8.4%
Counsel8.3%
In-Office Investigations7%
Real Estate6.8%
Court Hearings5.4%
Assistant Attorney3.6%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Attorney General

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Legal Documents
Legal Documents
13.7%
13.7%
2
2
Child Support Cases
Child Support Cases
7.9%
7.9%
3
3
Family Law
Family Law
6.2%
6.2%
4
4
Counsel
Counsel
6.2%
6.2%
5
5
In-Office Investigations
In-Office Investigations
5.2%
5.2%
6
6
Real Estate
Real Estate
5.1%
5.1%
7
7
Court Hearings
Court Hearings
4.1%
4.1%
8
8
Assistant Attorney
Assistant Attorney
2.7%
2.7%
9
9
Personal Injury Cases
Personal Injury Cases
2.6%
2.6%
10
10
Data Entry
Data Entry
2.4%
2.4%
11
11
Bankruptcy
Bankruptcy
2.4%
2.4%
12
12
Civil Litigation
Civil Litigation
2.4%
2.4%
13
13
Law Enforcement
Law Enforcement
2.1%
2.1%
14
14
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
1.9%
1.9%
15
15
Federal Courts
Federal Courts
1.9%
1.9%
16
16
Medicaid
Medicaid
1.7%
1.7%
17
17
State Agencies
State Agencies
1.7%
1.7%
18
18
Legal Intern
Legal Intern
1.5%
1.5%
19
19
Customer Service
Customer Service
1.4%
1.4%
20
20
Trial Preparation
Trial Preparation
1.4%
1.4%
21
21
Ethics
Ethics
1.3%
1.3%
22
22
Civil Rights
Civil Rights
1.3%
1.3%
23
23
Appellate Briefs
Appellate Briefs
1.2%
1.2%
24
24
Phone Calls
Phone Calls
1.2%
1.2%
25
25
Deposition Summaries
Deposition Summaries
1.2%
1.2%
26
26
Consumer Complaints
Consumer Complaints
1.1%
1.1%
27
27
Administrative Hearings
Administrative Hearings
1%
1%
28
28
Administrative Law
Administrative Law
1%
1%
29
29
Estate Planning
Estate Planning
1%
1%
30
30
Legal Advice
Legal Advice
1%
1%
31
31
Medical Malpractice
Medical Malpractice
0.9%
0.9%
32
32
Employment Laws
Employment Laws
0.9%
0.9%
33
33
Workers Compensation
Workers Compensation
0.8%
0.8%
34
34
Jury Instructions
Jury Instructions
0.8%
0.8%
35
35
Legal Matters
Legal Matters
0.8%
0.8%
36
36
State Attorney
State Attorney
0.8%
0.8%
37
37
AG
AG
0.7%
0.7%
38
38
Oral Arguments
Oral Arguments
0.7%
0.7%
39
39
State Regulations
State Regulations
0.7%
0.7%
40
40
Enforcement System
Enforcement System
0.7%
0.7%
41
41
Legal Opinions
Legal Opinions
0.7%
0.7%
42
42
Press Releases
Press Releases
0.7%
0.7%
43
43
Special Projects
Special Projects
0.7%
0.7%
44
44
Intellectual Property
Intellectual Property
0.6%
0.6%
45
45
Txcses
Txcses
0.6%
0.6%
46
46
IV-D
IV-D
0.6%
0.6%
47
47
Travel Arrangements
Travel Arrangements
0.6%
0.6%
48
48
Ensure Compliance
Ensure Compliance
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
Business Law
Business Law
0.5%
0.5%
50
50
Child Support Orders
Child Support Orders
0.5%
0.5%

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