Attorney & Litigation Coordinator Positions
The Alaska Department of Law offers wide opportunities for legal practice in civil and criminal law and the unique opportunity provided under Alaska law for unlicensed attorneys working for the department to have temporary bar privileges for up to 10 months before obtaining formal admission to the Alaska Bar (AS 08.08.210(d)).
|Child Support Enforcement Prosecutor||Criminal||Office of Special Prosecutions||Anchorage|
|Assistant Attorney General||Civil||Torts & Workers’ Compensation||Anchorage|
|Assistant Attorney General||Civil||Environmental||Anchorage|
|Assistant Attorney General||Civil||Child Protection||Anchorage or Bethel|
|Assistant District Attorney||Criminal||District Attorney's Office||Anchorage|
|Assistant District Attorney||Criminal||District Attorney's Office||Palmer|
|Assistant Attorney General||Civil||Torts & Workers' Compensation||Anchorage|
|Assistant Attorney General||Civil||Special Litigation||Anchorage|
|Assistant Attorney General||Civil||Natural Resources||Anchorage|
|Assistant District Attorney||Criminal||District Attorney's Office||Bethel|
Fellowship Program Positions
The Department of Law fellowship program is an opportunity for exceptionally talented new attorneys to join a strong team of appellate and trial practitioners and gain broad experience and insight into the diverse public sector work of the Attorney General’s and District Attorney's offices.
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Professional & Legal Support Staff Positions
The Department of Law provides career opportunities for a wide range of analyst, paralegal, administrative and office professionals, administering expertise, support and core services essential to the day-to-day operations of the department's civil, criminal and administrative divisions.
The Department of Law has volunteer intern positions available throughout the year for students enrolled in accredited law schools.