The Virginia Office of the Attorney General is seeking a qualified attorney to join the Computer Crime Section of the Criminal Justice and Public Safety Division. We offer the challenge and opportunity of public service, a professional team environment, and competitive salaries and benefits.
ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL (00444)
COMPUTER CRIME SECTION
DUTIES: This attorney will prosecute violations of child exploitation laws, the Virginia Computer Crimes Act, and identity theft statutes in state and federal courts across Virginia. The attorney also helps enforce Virginia’s database breach notification law and will be regularly required to speak to groups and interact with law enforcement, state prosecutors and technology-related professionals on issues related to the Internet and computer crimes. This position reports to the Chief of the Computer Crime Section and will be based out of the Richmond Office of the Virginia Attorney General. Some overnight travel will be required.
QUALIFICATIONS: Demonstrated ability to litigate in all courts, particularly criminal prosecutions. Must have excellent written and oral communication skills as evidenced by writing samples and references. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of two to three years of prosecutorial experience. Admittance to the Virginia Bar is required.
TO APPLY: Please submit a resume of professional experience, OAG Attorney Application (found at http://jobs.virginia.gov), writing sample, cover letter, and law school transcript (required for candidates with less than 5 years practice experience) online via http://jobs.virginia.gov/. Please reference recruitment #00444. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. To ensure consideration, please submit a complete application by September 16, 2022.
REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION UPON REQUEST