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Posted:
5/9/2019
Job Category:
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Legal Support Analyst - Criminal Enforcement and...
State of New York | New York, New York
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Job Description

Minimum Qualifications This is an entry-level position. Candidates must possess a Bachelor's degree by the time of appointment. Strong time-management, writing, and verbal communication skills are also required. The best-qualified candidates will exhibit a strong academic record and a demonstrated interest in law or law enforcement.

Duties Description The Criminal Enforcement and Financial Crimes Bureau of the New York State Office of the Attorney General (OAG) is seeking talented candidates for the position of Legal Support Analyst (LSA) in the New York City office. LSAs work closely with Assistant Attorneys General, investigators, and forensic auditors to investigate and prosecute complex financial schemes and white-collar crimes, including securities and investment fraud, internet-based fraud schemes, insurance and public benefits fraud, and tax crimes.

LSAs serve a critical role in the bureau and perform both investigative and paralegal functions. Specifically, LSAs are responsible for conducting investigative assignments such as drafting subpoenas, reviewing documents, searching commercial and law enforcement databases, analyzing phone and bank records, and monitoring electronic surveillance. In addition, LSAs perform legal support tasks, such as processing documents to be turned over during discovery, preparing demonstrative exhibits, aiding Assistant Attorneys General in court proceedings, and testifying in the grand jury and at trial. Please note that this is not an attorney position and LSAs do not typically conduct legal research. This is a full-time position and we are seeking candidates to fill multiple openings immediately.

Additional Comments OAG employees serve more than 19.85 million state residents through a wide variety of occupations. We offer a comprehensive New York State benefits package, including paid leave, health, dental, vision and retirement benefits, and family-friendly policies. As an employee of the OAG, you will join a team of dedicated individuals who work to serve the people of our State.

Applicants from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. The OAG is an equal opportunity employer. If you wish to learn more about the OAG, please click here to visit the Bureaus Section of the website.

Salary commensurate with experience.

PLEASE NOTE: Unless otherwise specified in the "Notes on Applying" section, the "Application Due" date associated with this posting is not the last day applications can be submitted. Applications for this position will be accepted by the hiring bureau on a rolling basis until a candidate is selected; recruitment for this position can be closed or suspended at any time. For the most current information on available position vacancies, applicants are advised to review the Office of the New York State Attorney General website (www.ag.ny.gov/job-postings) or contact the Legal Recruitment Bureau via email at recruitment@ag.ny.gov or phone at 212-416-8080.

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