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WA AGO - Attorney Opportunities

Posted by John Tymczyszyn, Legislative Director | Nov 21, 2019 | 0 Comments

AAG - Torts Division– The Office's Torts Division has an immediate opening in its Olympia area office for an attorney with at least five years of litigation experience. (DL:  12/1/19)

AAG - Government Compliance & Enforcement DivisionThis Division has an opening in its Enforcement Section for an attorney to represent the Liquor and Cannabis Board, and serve a back up to other section clients such as the Public Disclosure Commission and the Executive Ethics Board.    (DL:  12/1/19) 

Deputy Solicitor General - The attorney selected for this position will independently handle select litigation and appeals (including briefing and oral argument) in state and federal courts; assist attorneys throughout the Office with their appeals, including developing strategy, editing briefs, and coaching for oral argument; provide legal advice on a broad array of legal issues of statewide importance; draft state and federal amicus briefs; and prepare and review AG Opinions and ballot measure materials. (DL extended to 12/4/19)

AAG - Complex Litigation Division – the AGO has an extraordinary opportunity for an experienced attorney interested in litigating complex, high-profile cases. (DL:  12/8/19)

New!  AAG - Labor and Industries Division in OlympiaThe AGO has an opening for an attorney to represent the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries in workers' compensation (industrial insurance) matters in primarily in Thurston, Grays Harbor, Mason and southwest Washington counties. (DL:  12/8/19)

New!  AAG - Regional Services Division in Vancouver – The AGO is looking for an attorney to serve in its Regional Services Division in Vancouver.  (DL:  12/9/19)

New!  AAG - Social and Health Olympia Division's Children, Youth and Families HQ Section – The Office's Social and Health Olympia Division has an opening for an attorneyin the six-attorney Children, Youth, and Families Headquarters Section. (DL:  12/9/19)

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John Tymczyszyn, Legislative Director

Attorney John Tymczyszyn is a third generation Washingtonian, Navy Veteran and criminal defense attorney.


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