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Marcia Ulibarri  
505-797-6058

Positions

Updated 11/26/19

Deputy District Attorney and HIDTA- Deputy District Attorney

Immediate openings for a Deputy District Attorney and HIDTA- Deputy District Attorney in Deming. A Deputy District Attorney in Lordsburg, and an Senior Trial Attorney in Silver City. Salary Depends on Experience. Benefits. Please send resume to Francesca Estevez, District Attorney, FMartinez-Estevez@da.state.nm.us or call 575-388-1941.
 

Prosecutors

Immediate openings for Prosecutors interested in creating safer communities and a better legal system, one case at a time. Imagine collaborating with a diverse team of professionals, having a manageable caseload with a competitive salary in a great workplace environment. We have positions available in Las Vegas, NM with the Fourth Judicial District Attorney’s Office. If you are interested in learning more about the positions or wish to apply, contact us at (505) 425-6746, or forward your letter of interest and resumé to Richard D. Flores, District Attorney, c/o Mary Lou Umbarger, Office Manager, P.O. Box 2025, Las Vegas, New Mexico 87701 or e-mail: mumbarger@da.state.nm.us
 

Experienced Litigation Attorney

Cordell & Cordell, P.C., a domestic litigation firm with over 100 offices across 36 states, is currently seeking an experienced litigation attorney for an immediate opening in its office in Albuquerque, NM. The candidate must be licensed to practice law in the state of New Mexico, have minimum of 3 years of litigation experience with 1st chair family law preferred. The firm offers 100% employer paid premiums including medical, dental, short-term disability, long-term disability, and life insurance, as well as 401K and wellness plan. This is a wonderful opportunity to be part of a growing firm with offices throughout the United States. To be considered for this opportunity please email your resume to Hamilton Hinton at hhinton@cordelllaw.com

Attorney

New Mexico Home Builders Association is looking for an attorney to work as CEO of the organization. This is the chief staff position for the organization. Our established and respected statewide association has approximately 2,000 member businesses and is deeply involved in interactions related to construction issues at the Legislature and other state level agencies such as Construction Industries Division/Commission, NMED, NMTRD, etc. Topics currently involving the association include construction defect litigation, building code adoption, state fire marshal’s rules for construction, renewable energy tax credits, and extensive workers’ compensation related issues, among others. The CEO works directly with senior volunteer leadership helping identify issues for involvement, proposing and implementing goals and strategies, and working with lobbyists to achieve successful outcomes. A good compensation package is available including annual salary of six figures. In-state and some out-of-state travel is required. Our small-staff office is in Albuquerque. Please send resumes and relevant information to CEOSearchNMHBA@gmail.com
 

Associate Attorney

Atkinson, Baker & Rodriguez, P.C. is an aggressive, successful Albuquerque-based complex civil commercial and tort litigation firm seeking an extremely hardworking and diligent associate attorney with great academic credentials. This is a terrific opportunity for the right lawyer, if you are interested in a long term future with this firm. A new lawyer with up to 3 years of experience is preferred. Send resumes, references, writing samples, and law school transcripts to Atkinson, Baker & Rodriguez, P.C., 201 Third Street NW, Suite 1850, Albuquerque, NM 87102 or e_info@abrfirm.com. Please reference Attorney Recruiting.
 

New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty – Senior Education Attorney 

New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty seeks an experienced attorney to carry out litigation, policy advocacy and outreach to transform the state’s public education system. The attorney will work with educational leaders throughout New Mexico on major policy reforms and litigation related to education, including compliance with the landmark Yazzie court ruling that requires a sufficient public education system for students and comprehensive program and funding reforms (learn more at www.nmpovertylaw.org/our-work/education/). Required: minimum seven years as an attorney; strong leadership and strategic thinking skills; passionate about education policy, racial justice and community lawyering; excellent litigator, writer and researcher; ability to manage complex projects; ‘no-stone-unturned’ thoroughness and persistence. Preferred: Spanish speaker, experience with lobbying, coalition-building and media. Apply in confidence by emailing a resume and cover letter to contact@nmpovertylaw.org. We are an equal opportunity employer. People of color and people with disabilities are especially encouraged to apply.

Associate Attorney

Holt Mynatt Martínez P.C., an AV-rated law firm in Las Cruces, New Mexico is seeking associate attorneys with 0-5 years of experience to join our team. Duties would include providing legal analysis and advice, preparing court pleadings and filings, performing legal research, conducting pretrial discovery, preparing for and attending administrative and judicial hearings, civil jury trials and appeals. The firm’s practice areas include insurance defense, civil rights defense, commercial litigation, real property, contracts, and governmental law. Successful candidates will have strong organizational and writing skills, exceptional communication skills, and the ability to interact and develop collaborative relationships. Salary commensurate with experience, and benefits. Please send your cover letter, resume, law school transcript, writing sample, and references to rd@hmm-law.com.
 

Associate Attorney

Law Offices of Lynda Latta, LLC seeks associate attorney for fast paced law firm specializing in family law and criminal misdemeanor defense. Excellent computer and communication skills, ability to multitask and being a good team player are all required. Pay DOE. Send resume via mail: Attn. Holly @ 715 Tijeras Ave. NW, 87102 or email: holly@lyndalatta.com

Lawyer Position

Guebert Bruckner Gentile P.C. seeks an attorney with up to five years' experience and the desire to work in tort and insurance litigation. If interested, please send resume and recent writing sample to: Hiring Partner, Guebert Bruckner Gentile P.C., P.O. Box 93880, Albuquerque, NM 87199-3880. All replies are kept confidential. No telephone calls please.
 

Senior Trial Attorney/Deputy District Attorney

Taos County
The Eighth Judicial District attorney’s office is accepting applications for a Senior Trial Attorney/Deputy District Attorney in the Taos office. The Senior Trial Attorney position will handle a combination of misdemeanor and felony level cases, whereas the Deputy District Attorney position will handle primarily felony level cases. Senior Trial and Deputy District Attorney positions are mid-level to advanced level positions of which is a minimum of two (2) to four (4) years of criminal law experience is preferred, respectively. Salary will be based upon experience and the District Attorney Personnel and Compensation Plan. Please submit a letter of interest and a resume to Suzanne Valerio, District Office Manager, 105 Albright St., Suite L, Taos, New Mexico 87571, or submit electronically to svalerio@da.state.nm.us. Applications will be accepted until and attorney has been hired for the position. 
 

City of Santa Fe Seeks Outside Real Estate Counsel:

The City of Santa Fe City Attorney’s office is soliciting Request for Quotes (RFQ) for outside legal services to assist the City in complex real estate transactions. We seek particular expertise in lease, sale, and/or other disposition and development agreements, as well as closing and conveyance document drafting. In addition, we seek a firm with experience in title review and quiet title actions. Specific projects for outside counsel may include the Midtown Project, Santa Fe Estates, and affordable housing projects. Interested attorneys and law firms should submit a cover letter and a price schedule to Irene Romero: ikromero@santafenm.gov

Dynamic Attorney

Gallagher, Casados & Mann is seeking a dynamic attorney to join our growing AV-rated insurance defense law firm. Duties include all aspects of litigation, such as preparing pleadings and motions, taking and defending depositions, participating in mediations and arbitrations, and handling hearings and trials. Experienced litigators are highly encouraged to apply. We offer a competitive salary and benefits for the right candidate. Please submit your cover letter, resume, and references nmann@gcmlegal.com.
 

Assistant Attorney General/
Legal Assistant

The Office of the New Mexico Attorney General is recruiting for Assistant Attorney General and Legal Assistant positions in Civil and Criminal Affairs. The job postings and further details are available at www.nmag.gov/human-resources.aspx

Paralegal

Paralegal position available with uptown law firm. General civil practice including domestic relations, business transactions, and civil litigation. Looking for that right person who can take initiative by proactively managing cases and timely respond to clients. Must be personal, well-spoken, organized, committed, and able to multi-task. FT position. Send resume and pay requirements to bryan@thehrsolution.org.
 

Contract Hearing Officer

The Administrative Hearings Office seeks licensed attorneys interested in potentially serving as a contract hearing officer(s) in expediated adjudicatory proceedings under the Medicaid and Managed Care Act and in tax protest hearings under the Tax Administration Act and Property Tax Code. In order to conduct expediated adjudicatory proceedings under the Medicaid and Managed Care Act, the interested attorney must meet the mandatory qualifications under NMSA 1978, Section 27-11-10. To conduct tax protest hearings, the interested attorney must demonstrate significant knowledge and experience in state tax law and abide by all applicable confidentiality provisions. Additionally, any hearing officer with the Administrative Hearings Office, including contractors, must be a licensed attorney in good standing and must comply with the agency’s code of conduct under 22.600.2 NMAC. Interested attorneys must send a letter of interest articulating their specific qualifications to serve as a contract hearing officer in each program, a copy of their resume, and a copy of their bar card to Chief Hearing Officer Brian VanDenzen at PO Box 6400, Santa Fe, NM 87502 or by email to tax.pleadings@state.nm.us with the subject line “Contract Hearing Officer” by December 10, 2019.  For more information about AHO, visit www.aho.state.nm.us.

Entry-Level Attorney Positions

JUST PASSED THE BAR? Put that Degree to work for you! We have entry-level attorney positions immediately available with the Fourth Judicial District Attorney’s Office in Las Vegas, NM. Excellent opportunity to gain valuable experience in the courtroom with a diverse team of mentor attorneys. Requirements include J.D. and current license to practice law in New Mexico. Please forward your letter of interest and resumé to Richard D. Flores, District Attorney, c/o Mary Lou Umbarger, District Office Manager, P.O. Box 2025, Las Vegas, New Mexico 87701 - or via e-mail: mumbarger@da.state.nm.us Competitive salary and great workplace environment!
 

Supreme Court of New Mexico
Law Library Reference Attorney 

Job Pay Range: $25.107 - $40.799
Target Pay Range: $25.107 - $34.153
The Supreme Court of New Mexico seeks applicants for a full-time, at-will Reference Attorney (Attorney Assistant) position for the Supreme Court Law Library in Santa Fe, NM. SUMMARY: Under general direction and review, as assigned by the Law Librarian, perform legal research, evaluation, analysis, and writing, make recommendations, and provide administrative assistance, customer service, technical support, and training. Respond to information requests from pro se litigants, inmates, attorneys, judges, court staff, other government employees and members of the public. QUALIFICATIONS: Education: Must be a graduate of a law school meeting the standards of accreditation of the American Bar Association; possess and maintain a license to practice law in the State of New Mexico. Experience: One (1) year of experience in the practice of applicable law or as a law clerk. To Apply: View the full position description and application information at https://www.nmcourts.gov/careers.aspx Applicants should submit a Letter of Interest, Resume, Writing Sample, and New Mexico Judicial Branch Application for Employment to: Supreme Court of New Mexico, Attn: Agnes Szuber Wozniak, 237 Don Gaspar, Room 30, Santa Fe, NM 87501; Phone: 505-827-4201 / Fax: 505-827-4837; Email: supasw@nmcourts.gov

Senior Trial Attorney
Assistant Trial Attorney
Entry Level Attorney

The 13th Judicial District Attorney’s Office is accepting resumes for experienced Senior/Mid-level/Entry Level Trial Attorney’s. This position requires a minimum of five years of experience as a prosecutor; and it requires handling complex felony litigation. Salary is commensurate with experience. Send resumes to Krissy Fajardo, Program Specialist, P.O. Box 1750, Bernalillo, NM 87004, or via E-Mail to: kfajardo@da.state.nm.us. Deadline for submission of resumes: Open until filled.
 

New Mexico Public Education Department’s Special Education Bureau – Attorney Supervisor and Attorney Advanced 

The New Mexico Public Education Department is seeking attorneys for its Special Education Bureau. The openings include an Attorney Supervisor position, and a Lawyer Advanced position. More details about the positions and how to apply are available at http://www.spo.state.nm.us/. Please check the website periodically for updates to the list of available positions.
 

Foreclosure Attorney 

Weinstein & Riley, a creditors rights firm, is seeking an experienced Attorney with a strong work ethic to work in conjunction with our NM Managing Attorney and support staff in our Albuquerque office. Our Attorney is responsible for the accurate and timely management of a portfolio of cases in various stages of the foreclosure, eviction and bankruptcy processes, including managing contested real estate and bankruptcy matters, including drafting, research, client communication to efficient and creative solutions for clients, and attending hearings and mediations, either in person or telephonically. You must be licensed in New Mexico and in good standing, with minimum 5 years Creditors Default experience including litigation, foreclosure, evictions and/or bankruptcies. You have the ability to handle high case load and attend court, and are interested in getting admitted in other states. We offer a highly competitive employee benefits program including Medical, Dental, Vision, LTD, 401(k) plan, 16 days PTO to start, and 10 holidays. We pay for your CLEs, bar exam fees and renewal costs. Plus, we give you time off to study for bar exams! The deadlines are challenging and opportunities for success are tremendous. If you are customer-focused, deadline driven and experienced, you need to apply! Please reply with your resume and salary requirements to resumes@w-legal.com. You must be able to pass pre-employment drug screen and criminal background check. EOE 
 

Spanish – English Legal Interpreter- Las Cruces
2020-01

The Federal Public Defender for the District of New Mexico is accepting applications for the position of Spanish-English Legal Interpreter for the Las Cruces office. One position is available with a starting salary range of JSP 9-14, currently yielding $51,440 - $104,821. The Federal Public Defender operates under the authority of the Criminal Justice Act (CJA), 18 U.S.C. §3006A, to provide defense services for indigent persons in federal criminal cases and related matters in the federal courts. The Spanish Interpreter provides oral and written interpretation and translation services (to and from English) between members of a defender organization defense team and its client(s). State Court Certification required; Federal Court Certification preferred. Primary Job Duties: The Interpreter must be able to interpret/translate legal documents, correspondence, transcripts, treaties, psychological, medical and other forensic reports and records, foreign documents, legal provisions and other case related documents; audio and video tape recordings; attorney-client interviews, witness interviews, telephone conversations and jail visits; official court proceedings, pre-sentence interviews and interviews with other government officials, as permitted by the court. The Interpreter must maintain the confidentiality of all interpreted communications and the fact of such communications, at all times; assists the attorney to understand the cultural background of the client, based on the country of origin, as well as his/her level of comprehension with regard to the judicial process of the United States. Helps the attorney establish a professional relationship with the client or witnesses; remains impartial in all situations, interpreting accurately and completely, without regard to the content of the communication; schedules his/her time to accommodate the needs of staff members who require assistance in and out of the office and performs all other duties as assigned. Some travel may be required. Qualifications: Applicants must have a high school degree or equivalent and the requisite experience. State Court Certification required; Federal Court Certification preferred. Ideal applicant will possess a minimum of five years of interpreter experience. The individual must be able to perform each essential job duty satisfactorily. The job requirements are representative of knowledge, skills and/or abilities necessary to perform the essential functions of the job. This is a full-time position with federal salary and benefits. The position is subject to mandatory Electronic Funds Transfer (direct deposit) participation for payment of net pay. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. All résumé information and certifications will be verified during the interview process. Final appointment is subject to a satisfactory background investigation. In one PDF document, please submit a statement of interest and detailed résumé of experience with at least three references to: Melissa Read, Administrative Officer, FDNM-HR@fd.org Reference 2020-01 in the subject. Applications must be received by December 13, 2019. Position will remain open until filled and is subject to the availability of funding. No phone calls please. Submissions not following this format will not be considered. Only those selected for interview will be contacted.
 

Legal Director

For nearly 20 years Enlace Comunitario has been transforming lives of Latino immigrant victims of domestic violence, their children and their communities in Central NM. We are a passionate, highly motivated group of advocates, counselors, educators, attorneys, public policy experts, and fundraisers, and we’re looking for an exceptional legal director to join our team. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Legal Director will lead and expand EC’s legal program, including developing and litigating family law cases related to the victimization, assisting in the development of a new immigration component and managing the legal department. The Legal Director will be responsible for handling the day-to-day management of legal staff, volunteers, and cooperating attorneys. As a critical member of the organization’s senior management team, the Legal Director will provide strategic leadership on both litigation and non-litigation legal advocacy in priority areas such as women’s and immigrants’ rights as well as other areas identified by our team in collaboration with community partners. In addition, the Legal Director works in close coordination with our other teams, as well as our local and national partners to advance our advocacy goals. Must be bilingual (Spanish-English). For a detailed job description, visit our website enlacenm.org. If you are interested in this position, please submit a cover letter to cmedina@enlacenm.org that illustrates your commitment to victims and immigrant rights, a current resume, a legal writing sample, and contact information for three professional references. Include “Legal Director Search” in the subject line and specify how you heard about the posting. No phone calls or walk-ins, please.
 

Paralegal/Legal Assistant

Well established Santa Fe personal injury law firm is in search of a paralegal/legal assistant. Candidate should be friendly, highly motivated, well organized, detail oriented, proficient with computers and possess excellent verbal and written skills. Duties include reviewing medical records, preparing demand packages as well as meeting with clients and opening claims with insurance companies. We are searching for an exceptional individual with top level skills. We offer a retirement plan (SEP), health insurance, paid vacation, and sick leave. Salary and bonuses are commensurate with experience. Please submit your cover letter and resume to santafelaw56@gmail.com
 

Legal Assistant - Paralegal

Must have extensive litigation experience. Discovery, Personal Injury experience - We are a Small 2 Attorney Practice – Personal Injury & Insurance Defense. Medical record/bill request function is KEY role; Seeking experience with Microsoft Offic; case and client management, scheduling and billing using phone, and email. Contracted hourly rate is negotiable depending on experience. Please call David at 505.264-9011. All inquiries are completely confidential. Please FIRST send resume and salary requirements to DavidRosales@NewMexicoCounsel.com

Associate Attorney

Tucker, Yoder, Hatfield, Eley & Associates, the largest firm in San Juan County, practicing in New Mexico and Colorado, has an immediate associate opening in its Farmington office for civil, domestic relations and criminal practice. Ideal candidates will be team players, ready to assist clients in a variety of cases. New Mexico and Colorado bar admission a plus. Salary depending on experience. Please send cover letter and resume to jennifer@tbylaw.com
 

Assistant District Attorney

The Fifth Judicial District Attorney’s office has immediate positions open for new or experienced attorneys, in our Carlsbad and Roswell offices. Salary will be based upon the New Mexico District Attorney’s Salary Schedule with starting salary range of an Assistant Trial Attorney to a Senior Trial Attorney ($58,000 to $79,679). Please send resume to Dianna Luce, District Attorney, 301 N. Dalmont Street, Hobbs, NM 88240-8335 or e-mail to 5thDA@da.state.nm.us.

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Experienced Attorney for Civil Litigation Defense Firm

The Albuquerque office of Ray | Peña | McChristian, PC is growing and we want you to join our busy practice. You should have enough years of experience (3-10+) to take a file and run with it from initial evaluation through discovery and up into trial. We’re trial lawyers and we have plenty civil litigation defense work to keep you challenged. Check out our website at www.raylaw.com for more information about the scope of our practice. If you join us, you’ll be well supported with the infrastructure of a multi-state firm even as you get the chance to work with a group of top-notch legal professionals that want you to succeed. We offer a competitive salary, great benefits and a straight-forward shareholder track. Send your resume to cray@raylaw.com and get started on the next stage of your career.

Personal Injury Associate

Caruso Law Offices, an ABQ plaintiff personal injury/wrongful death law firm has an immediate opening for associate with 3+ yrs. litigation experience, including arbitration, bench and jury trial. Must have excellent communication, organizational, and client services skills. Good pay, benefits and profit sharing. Send confidential response to Mark Caruso, mark@carusolaw.com or 4302 Carlisle NE, ABQ NM 87107 or fax 505-883-5012. See our website at www.carusolaw.com
 

Trial Attorney

Trial Attorney wanted for immediate employment with the Ninth Judicial District Attorney’s Office, which includes Curry and Roosevelt counties. Employment will be based in either Curry County (Clovis) or Roosevelt County (Portales). Must be admitted to the New Mexico State Bar. Salary will be based on the NM District Attorneys’ Personnel & Compensation Plan and commensurate with experience and budget availability. Email resume, cover letter, and references to: Steve North, snorth@da.state.nm.us.
 

Attorney

Extremely busy Plaintiff firms seek an attorney with 2-4 years of legal experience. Must have excellent research and writing skills. Competitive salary and benefits offered. If interested, please email a resume to ksmith@branchlawfirm and erika@eandersonlaw.com.

Assistant City Attorney 
in Litigation Division

The City of Albuquerque Legal Department is hiring an Assistant City Attorney for the Litigation Division. The department’s team of attorneys represent the City in litigation matters in New Mexico State and Federal Courts, including trials and appeals, and provide legal advice and guidance to City departments. Attention to detail and strong writing skills are essential. Three (3)+ years’ experience is preferred, with additional preference for civil defense litigation experience, and must be an active member of the State Bar of New Mexico in good standing. Salary will be based upon experience. Please submit resume and writing sample to attention of “Legal Department Assistant City Attorney Application” c/o Angela M. Aragon, Executive Assistant/HR Coordinator; P.O. Box 2248, Albuquerque, NM 87103, or amaragon@cabq.gov.

Assistant Federal Public Defender - Albuquerque
2020-02

The Federal Public Defender for the District of New Mexico is seeking a full time, experienced trial attorney for the main office in Albuquerque. More than one position may be filled from this posting. Federal salary and benefits apply. Applicant must have three years minimum criminal law trial experience, be team-oriented, exhibit strong writing skills as well as a commitment to criminal defense for all individuals, including those who may be facing the death penalty. Spanish fluency preferred. Writing ability, federal court, and immigration law experience will be given preference. Membership in the New Mexico Bar is required within the first year of employment. The private practice of law is prohibited. Selected applicant will be subject to a background investigation. The Federal Public Defender operates under authority of the Criminal Justice Act, 18 U.S.C. ' 3006A, and provides legal representation in federal criminal cases and related matters in the federal courts. The Federal Public Defender is an equal opportunity employer. Direct deposit of pay is mandatory. In one PDF document, please submit a statement of interest and detailed resume of experience, including trial and appellate work, with three references to: Stephen P. McCue, Federal Public Defender, FDNM-HR@fd.org. Reference 2020-02 in the subject. Writing samples will be required only from those selected for interview. Applications must be received by December 13, 2019. Position will remain open until filled and is subject to the availability of funding. No phone calls please. Submissions not following this format will not be considered. Only those selected for interview will be contacted.

Securities Division Attorney III

The New Mexico Securities Division of the Regulation and Licensing Department is looking for an experienced, conscientious litigator to fill an Attorney III vacancy in its Enforcement section. Based in Albuquerque, the incumbent will be responsible for prosecuting administrative, civil, and criminal violations of the New Mexico Securities Act; liaising with state and federal law enforcement and regulatory agencies (such as the United States Attorney’s Office, the Securities and Exchange Commission, and the Commodity and Futures Trading Commission); assisting with rulemaking and legislation; conducting trainings; participating in investor education outreach; and providing legal advice to the director and the staff. Experience with the grand jury process and white collar crime in general is mandatory. Familiarity with the financial services industry and cryptocurrencies is desirable. Candidates must have at least five (5) years’ experience in the practice of law and be admitted in New Mexico or eligible for admission. The position is a pay band LH ($63,851 - $101,996) and may be accessed at: http://www.spo.state.nm.us.
 

Advocate

Disability Rights New Mexico, a legal rights center for persons with disabilities, seeks full time Advocate to assist our constituents in accessing needed services, redressing discrimination, and achieving equal opportunity. At least BA in social services, counseling or related field required. Experience with disability rights issues, knowledge of state administrative remedies in Medicaid, Special Ed, DVR and procedures preferred. Bilingual Spanish/English a plus. Persons with disabilities and minorities encouraged to apply. Mail, fax or e-mail cover letter, resume and names of three references by December 15, 2019 to Disability Rights New Mexico, 3916 Juan Tabo NE, ABQ NM 87111; fax #505-256-3184; e-mail DPriola@DRNM.org.
 

Trust Associate/
Administrative Assistant

Empire Trust Inc. is seeking to expand its team with the right applicant to fill a full-time position. Job duties include recordkeeping for trust accounts and assisting trust officers with daily tasks. Must have good organizational, bookkeeping, computer and word processing skills with high attention to detail. Trust and/or banking experience preferred. Excellent benefits. Please submit a resume, references and salary requirements to info@empiretrustinc.com 
 

Paralegal

Litigation Paralegal with minimum of 3- 5 years’ experience, including current working knowledge of State and Federal District Court rules, online research, trial preparation, document control management, and familiar with use of electronic databases and related legal-use software technology. Seeking skilled, organized, and detail-oriented professional for established commercial civil litigation firm. Email resumes to e_info@abrfirm.com or Fax to 505-764-8374.

Paralegal

Coyte Law P.C. has a position available for an experienced litigation paralegal. This is a civil rights practice with an emphasis on solitary confinement and human rights violations. We are looking for someone capable of dealing with unpleasant and at times shocking fact patterns. This is an opportunity to work in a very interesting and difficult area of the law. The position requires experience with federal court filings and procedures. Please send a letter of interest, salary requirements and resume to mcoyte@me.com. Applications will be kept confidential. 
 

Public Regulation Commission Hearing Examiners

Hearing Examiners provide independent recommended decisions, including findings of fact and conclusions of law, to the NMPRC Commissioners in adjudicated cases involving the regulation of public utilities, telecommunications carriers and motor carriers.  They manage and organize complex, multi-discipline and multi-issue cases; preside over evidentiary hearings sometimes involving up to 20 parties, 40 witnesses and thousands of pages of evidence; and write recommended decisions, accomplished by reading and analyzing the evidence, and incorporating that evidence and analysis into a recommended decision similar to a court opinion.  The ideal candidate will have experience practicing law in areas directly related to public utility regulation; experience as an administrative law judge or hearing officer; educational experience in areas directly related to public utility regulation, such as economics, accounting or engineering; and experience practicing law involving substantial research and writing.  Minimum qualifications include a J.D. from an accredited school of law and five years of experience in the practice of law.  Must be licensed as an attorney by the Supreme Court of New Mexico or qualified to apply for a limited practice license (Rules 15-301.1 and 15-301.2 NMRA).  For more information on limited practice license please visit http://nmexam.org/limited-license/ . Substitutions may apply. To apply please visit www.spo.state.nm.us

 

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