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Staff Attorney - Indian Law Office
Judicare Legal Aid
Judicare Legal Aid is seeking a full-time staff attorney in our Indian Law Office. The position is based in the beautiful Northwoods of Wisconsin in the city of Wausau. Qualified applicants willing to work remotely in or near the service area are encouraged to apply.
Link: http://www.judicare.org/Content/Staff_Attorney_Indian_Law_Office.cfm
Staff Attorney
Judicare Legal Aid
Judicare Legal Aid is seeking several full-time staff attorneys to serve clients in northern Wisconsin. The position is based in the beautiful Northwoods of Wisconsin in the city of Wausau. Qualified applicants willing to work remotely in or near the service area are encouraged to apply.
Link: http://www.judicare.org/Content/Staff_Attorneys.cfm
Staff Attorney - Victims' Rights Project
Judicare Legal Aid
Judicare Legal Aid is seeking several full-time Victims' Rights Project staff attorneys to serve clients in northern Wisconsin. The position is based in the beautiful Northwoods of Wisconsin in the city of Wausau. Applicants willing to work remotely in or near the service area are encouraged to apply.
Link: http://www.judicare.org/Content/Staff-Attorneys-Victims-Rights-Project.cfm
Assistant Tribal Attorney
MITW-Legal Division
The Assistant Tribal Attorney will represent the interests of the Menominee Tribal Government, the Menominee Tribal Administration, the Menominee Tribal programs and other Menominee Tribal government/programmatic interests as directed by the Legal Division Director.
Link: https://employment.mitw.org/application/login/login.aspx?ReturnUrl=%2f
Children's Code Prosecutor/IV-E Developer
MITW-Legal Division
Manage the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin’s Chapter 278 Children’s Code caseload and provide senior level leadership in the development of Title IV-E program in relation to Tribal Government practices.
Link: https://employment.mitw.org/application/login/login.aspx?ReturnUrl=%2f#
Attorney Prosecutor
Tohono O'odham Nation
Division: Office of the Prosecutor
Status: Exempt/Full-time
Salary: $94,613.17*/annually
Position Summary:
Under general supervision, presents criminal complaints and prosecutes individuals accused of violating the laws or ordinances of the Tohono O'odham Nation.
The work is normally reviewed upon completion, with occasional spot checks while in process, to ensure accuracy, timeliness and conformance to established standards; major work tasks are covered by instructions or procedures and unusual situations are referred to a supervisor.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Represents the Tohono O’odham Nation as plaintiff in actions based on violations of the Tohono O'odham Law and Order Code, and other applicable laws and ordinances.
• Utilizes a plea bargaining process that will protect the interests of both the nation and the victims of crime.
• Receives, reviews and screens complaints to determine whether formal criminal proceedings should be initiated.
• Interviews clients, gathers evidence, and analyzes pertinent information in civil, criminal, and other cases to formulate and prepare for legal action.
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