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Administrative Law Job Description

The rules governing administrative agencies—at the federal, state, county and local levels—are extraordinarily complex. That's why these agencies, as well as firms and corporate legal departments throughout the country, are in search of qualified administrative law professionals who possess the unique background and expertise necessary to make sense of these regulations.

At Special Counsel, we work closely with these agencies, firms and businesses to help them connect with talented administrative law professionals, including lawyers, paralegals and legal administrative support personnel. Our connections give us access to more positions, including exclusive opportunities, than you will find anywhere else.

Administrative law professional responsibilities

Administrative law professionals work in a variety of capacities, both outside and inside the administrative agencies being regulated. Some common roles and responsibilities for administrative law professionals include:

  • Writing agency regulations
  • Analyzing and commenting on proposed and established rules
  • Defending or adjudicating cases involving regulations and related violations

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  • Location: Houston, Texas
    Date Posted: 07/20
    Position: Administrative Assistant
    Practice Area: Administrative Law
    Employment Type: Contract
    Administrative Assistant with strong Excel experience including vlookup and pivot tables needed  on a long term temporary basis, for our client, a law firm located downtown. Also need to have excellent data entry skills and have at least a year of administrative assistant...View Details.
  • Location: Atlanta, Georgia
    Date Posted: 07/03
    Position:
    Practice Area: Administrative Law
    Employment Type: Direct Hire
    Special Counsel has a great job opportunity for a full-time Billing Specialist. The ideal candidate will have a strong understanding of accounting...View Details.
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