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Honors Attorney

Department: Legal and Research

Location: Salem, Oregon

Salary: $5,889 – $7,289/month

Deadline Date: 11/01/19

Posted Date: 10/03/19

The League of Oregon Cities (LOC) is the trusted, go-to resource to help Oregon city staff members and elected officials serve their cities well and speak with one voice.  We support Oregon’s cities by connecting city leaders and state legislators, advocating for cities’ needs, sharing vital information, and helping build vibrant, resilient communities that Oregonians are proud to call home.

The LOC currently has a unique opportunity for a recent law school graduate, newly admitted lawyer, and/or judicial clerk who is committed to public service to join our team.  Our Honors Attorney position is a two-year position, designed to provide an opportunity to gain public law experience after law school.  The Honors Attorney position enables new attorneys to gain invaluable hands-on experience in municipal law.

If you enjoy working for Oregon cities and want to work with a team dedicated to the same, now is your chance to join our team.

View the full job description, including minimum qualifications

To be considered, applicants must submit:

To be considered, all required application materials must be submitted via email to pmulvihill@orcities.org no later than noon on Friday, November 1, 2019.

Email subject: Honors Attorney.

Questions may be addressed to Patty Mulvihill, General Counsel, at pmulvihill@orcities.org.

Per Oregon Revised Statutes 408.225-237, the LOC grants a preference in hiring to veterans and disabled veterans as defined by state law.  If you are eligible and wish to claim Veterans' preference points, you must include supporting documents along with the LOC’s veterans preference claim form no later than noon on Friday, November 1, 2019.

Assuming qualified applications are received, LOC intends to conduct its first round of interviews the week of November 11, and if necessary, conduct a second round of interviews the week of November 18.