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Legal Assistant or Paralegal - Utility Regulation

Legal Assistant or Paralegal - Utility Regulation

Position Open: Immediately

Posting Closed: Open until filled

Title: Legal Assistant or Paralegal

Salary Range: Commensurate with experience and qualifications

Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Job Summary: The Oklahoma Office of Attorney General is currently seeking a Legal Assistant or Paralegal for the Utility Regulation Unit and the Conservation Unit. The Legal Assistant or Paralegal will be tasked with supporting the Units’ team of attorneys and analysts as they carry out the duty to advocate for customers in utility regulation matters, and to represent the state’s interest in environmental matters. Support tasks include drafting, formatting, editing, and proofreading documents to be filed or delivered to outside entities; managing a group calendar and inbox; updating an electronic case management system; organizing documents in paper and electronic format; and performing other clerical tasks as directed by the Units’ attorneys.

Qualifications: A qualified candidate must have proficiency in Microsoft Word, excellent computer and typing skills, and proficiency in spelling, punctuation, and grammar. Preference will be given to applicants who have completed a degree or certification in paralegal studies and/or who have substantial experience as a legal assistant or paralegal.

 All applicants must agree in writing to complete, and satisfactorily pass, a thorough background investigation by the Office of Attorney General.

How to apply: Please send a cover letter and resume to resumes@oag.ok.gov, and indicate the particular position for which you are applying in the subject line of the email.

The Oklahoma Office of Attorney General is an equal employment employer. All individuals are welcome to seek employment with the Oklahoma Office of Attorney General regardless of race, sex, color, age, national origin, genetic information, religion, or disability, so long as the disability does not render the person unable to perform the essential functions of the position for which employed with or without a reasonable accommodation. Reasonable accommodation to individuals with disabilities may be provided upon request. All employees of the Oklahoma Office of Attorney General are “at will” employees.