Job Description and Duties
Under direction from an Assistant Chief Public Utilities Counsel or, on some occasions, under case direction from senior counsel:
An Attorney III independently performs the more complex and sensitive legal work for the Commission. Typical tasks may include: assignment to appellate court proceedings to defend Commission decisions which may be under appeal, appearing in oral arguments, litigation before the Commission and federal regulatory agencies in cases involving a high degree of importance and complexity. Attorneys at this level independently conduct or direct administrative litigation and appear before state and federal courts and federal regulatory agencies; and advise Commissioners and staff on difficult issues involving the application of statutes and case law to the Commission’s activities.
You will find additional information about the job in the Duty Statement.