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Civil
Law clerks assist divisions throughout the office with all facets of each division's respective area of practice or jurisdiction. Law clerks provide critically important assistance to the office's mission, while also learning about the practice of law in a practical public interest setting. Law clerks perform work in both our Criminal and Civil areas of law and may include any number of our divisions such as, Special Prosecutions, the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit, Criminal Appeals, Consumer & Environmental Protection, Litigation, and Open Government.
Civil - Albuquerque
This job exists to provide consumer and constituent support for New Mexico citizens who are dealing with consumer, finance and credit, fraud and scams and government relation issues.
Civil - Santa Fe
This job exists to provide consumer and constituent support for New Mexico citizens who are dealing with consumer, finance and credit, fraud and scams and government relation issues.
This job exists to litigate civil matters on behalf of the State and in the public interest, and defend state entities in civil matters in both state and federal courts.
To litigate civil matters on behalf of the State and in the public interest, and defend state entities in civil matters in both state and federal courts.
This position exists to advise clients at public meetings, rule-making proceedings, and administrative disciplinary hearings; and represent these clients in court appearances and on a broad range of legal matters. Review complaints and draft determinations regarding alleged violations of the Open Meetings Act (OMA) and the Inspection of Public Records Act (IPRA); Drafting Attorney General Opinions requested by legislators and state officials; Contract Review; Perform bill analysis during legislative sessions and other duties as assigned.
This job exists to advise clients at public meetings, rule-making proceedings, and administrative disciplinary hearings; and represent these clients in court appearances and on a broad range of legal matters. Review complaints and draft determinations regarding alleged violations of the Open Meetings Act (OMA) and the Inspection of Public Records Act (IPRA); Drafting Attorney General Opinions requested by legislators and state officials; Contract Review; Perform bill analysis during legislative sessions and other duties as assigned.
This job exists to litigate civil matters on behalf of the State and the public interest, and defends state entities in civil matters in both state and federal courts.
Criminal
Law clerks assist divisions throughout the office with all facets of each division's respective area of practice or jurisdiction. Law clerks provide critically important assistance to the office's mission, while also learning about the practice of law in a practical public interest setting. Law clerks perform work in both our Criminal and Civil areas of law and may include any number of our divisions such as, Special Prosecutions, the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit, Criminal Appeals, Consumer & Environmental Protection, Litigation, and Open Government.
Criminal - Albuquerque
The Human Trafficking Administrative Assistant is a U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) Grant Funded position. The purpose purpose of this position is to manage and ensure all administrative work activity is handled accurately and appropriately (per DOJ Grant Regulation Requirements); all work conducted on a timely manner as related to the Human Trafficking Grant work time frames; and to provide administrative support to the Special Agent In Charge (SAC) and the Human Trafficking Task Force.
As an Administrative Assistant, you will be responsible for providing administrative support to ensure efficient operation of the implementation of the Improving Outcomes for Child and Youth Victims of Human Trafficking federal grant. You will support the Special Agent in Charge through a variety of tasks related to organization and communication. You will communicate via phone and email ensuring that all administration tasks are completed accurately and delivered with high quality and on time.
The Assistant Attorney General positions support the Attorney General in the performance of duties specified under the constitution and statutes of the state.
This job exists to provide law enforcement services and is responsible for reviewing and investigating crimes that are referred to the New Mexico Office of the Attorney General, which related to criminal offenses ranging from crimes related to violations of the Governmental Conduct Act to violent crimes.
This job exists to provide law enforcement services and is responsible for reviewing and investigating misconduct that is referred to the New Mexico Office of the Attorney General. Investigations cover both civil and criminal offenses, ranging from violations of the New Mexico Medicaid Fraud Act, to abuse, neglect, and exploitation of individuals in facilities.
This job exists to provide law enforcement services and conducts criminal investigations for the New Mexico Attorney General¿s Office, Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Unit. In addition, the Special Agent conducts specialized investigations related to criminal violations of the New Mexico State Statutes regarding Internet Crimes Against Children, such as Possession of Child Pornography, Criminal Sexual Exploitation of Children, Sexual Solicitation of Children, and other related offenses.
This job exists to provides Law Enforcement services and conducts criminal investigations for the Human Trafficking Unit. In addition, the Special Agent conducts specialized investigations related to criminal violations of the New Mexico State Statutes regarding Human Trafficking, and other related offenses.
Criminal - Santa Fe
The position supports the Attorney General in the performance of duties specified under the constitution and statutes of the state.
Duties of the Border Violence Prosecutor include prosecution of criminal cases throughout the State of New Mexico from initiation to completion related to violent crimes involving foreign nationals or victims. It also requires conducting training for law enforcement, prosecutors and justice personnel related to border issues. Primary location will be in Albuquerque with travel as dictated by case assignments and training responsibilities.

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