This position reviews and analyzes multi-family loan proposals, conducts multi-family initial and final closings and prepares MSHDA legal documents associated with these closings; reviews and evaluates proposed and current MSHDA programs; drafts and/or reviews and edits proposed legislation and rules, program parameters, procedures and policy and/or office bulletins; prepares comments on federal regulations and programs; may act as a hearings officer in informal administrative hearings upon request; reviews real estate and bond closing documents for MSHDA general bond obligations; drafts Staff Reports, resolutions and selected documents for pass-through (limited obligation) bond closings; conducts research on various legal matters; consults and liaisons with the Department of Attorney General on various matters; reviews proposed leases and prepares form leases; and performs related work as assigned by the Director or Deputy Director of Legal Affairs.

Position Description
Code of Ethics

Possession of a Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited school of law.


Administrative Law Specialist 13
No specific type or amount is required.

Administrative Law Specialist 14
One year of professional experience in legal work equivalent to an Administrative Law Specialist 13 or Administrative Law Examiner 13, or as an attorney.

Administrative Law Specialist P15
Two years of professional experience in legal work, including one year equivalent to an Administrative Law Specialist 14 or Administrative Law Examiner 14; or, two years of experience as an attorney.

Membership in good standing in the Michigan State Bar.

View the entire job specification at:
http: www.michigan.gov/documents/AdministrativeLawSpecialist_13381_7.pdf

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