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A successful candidate will be expected to handle a daily municipal court criminal docket, complete discovery, argue motions, try cases to courts and juries, and argue appeals. This office prosecutes more than 100,000 cases every year. Experience is not necessary, but candidates with a demonstrated interest in criminal law and trial work are preferred. Applicants must be licensed to practice law in Ohio. The starting salary is $55,000 with health and pension benefits.
Interested persons can send questions and/or resumés to Andrew Garth at Andrew.firstname.lastname@example.org. The City anticipates making an offer in the next few weeks.
The Cincinnati City Solicitor's Office is now accepting applications to fill a real estate attorney position. The City is seeking an experienced Real Estate Counsel to provide title and real estate advice to City departments on a wide range of transactional and litigation matters, including acquisition and conveyance of property interests for economic development, transportation and utility infrastructure purposes as well as enforcement of the City's lien rights and property interests.
The official posting can be found on the City’s website, but candidates can also reach out to Andrew Garth, Chief of Staff for the City directly at email@example.com with questions or a resume. The posting will be available until June 6, 2019. Below is a brief description:
General Statement of Duties
Provides legal counsel, advice and interpretation to all City offices for all civil and/or criminal concerns as assigned; provides opinions, policy and ordinance drafts for issues impacting the liability of departments assigned; acts as legal representative in legal actions or proceedings pursued in any court of competent jurisdiction and provides legal advice and counsel so as to anticipate, avoid or resolve potential or pending legal issues, disputes and litigation.
There is currently an opportunity for a Court of Appeals Staff Attorney in Frankfort, Kentucky. If you or any individuals you know, are interested in this opportunity please have them fill out the application at our website www.courts.ky.gov or reach out to Patrick Carrington, the Diversity & Inclusion Coordinator for the Administrative Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.