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Career Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in working at the New Hampshire Attorney General's Office. As an office and as professionals we are committed to serving the public and to making a difference in the lives of New Hampshire residents.

Current Employment Opportunities:

Access a full listing of job opportunities with the State of New Hampshire

Attorney Positions

The New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office is seeking applications for an attorney in the Transportation & Construction Bureau. The attorney will represent the Department of Transportation, the Department of Safety and the Bureau of Public Works both in legal counseling and in handling litigation in state and federal courts. A minimum of 2-5 years of litigation experience is preferred. Please send a resume and writing sample to Mary Evans at mary.evans@doj.nh.gov.

 

Investigator Positions

There currently are no positions available.

Support Staff Positions

Please note that all prospective candidates must submit a State of New Hampshire Application For Employment in order to be considered for a support staff position at the Department of Justice. Applications can be obtained at the New Hampshire Division of Personnel, 25 Capitol Street, Concord, NH 03301 or online on the New Hampshire Division of Personnel website.

To apply for a posted position please send a cover letter, resume and completed State of New Hampshire Application for Employment to:

New Hampshire Division of Personnel
28 School Street
Concord, NH 03301-6313

or online on the New Hampshire Division of Personnel Web site.

Internship Opportunities

The Attorney General's Office offers unpaid internships for law students throughout the year. A review of the Summer applicants will begin on February 1 and continue until all the positions are filled. Fall internships are open. Please refer to the instructions below for applying to our internship program.

  • Law School Internship Program

    The Attorney General's Office Legal Internship Program includes Fall and Spring semester internships; as well as a Summer internship program. Although all of these positions are unpaid, many interns are fortunate enough to obtain scholarships from their law schools. Oftentimes, students are also able to obtain course credit for the internship or externship.

    • Seeking 1L's and 2L's for 10-12 week Summer program
    • Seeking 2L's and 3L’s for Spring and Fall programs
    • Dedication to public sector and connection to New Hampshire preferred
    • Applications accepted on a rolling basis for Spring and Fall programs- deadline for the Summer program is February 1 of the current year and will be open until filled
    • Necessary documents required are cover letter indicating preference of Bureau (ie - Criminal, Civil, Environmental, Consumer or Charitable), resume, writing sample and list of references

****SUMMER INTERNSHIPS HAVE BEEN FILLED AND APPLICATIONS ARE NOT BEING CURRENTLY ACCEPTED***

****FALL INTERNSHIPS ARE NOW CURRENTLY BEING ACCEPTED FOR 2017*****

To apply for an internship please submit your materials to:

Lisa Connell, Legal Assistant
Attorney General's Office
33 Capitol Street
Concord, NH 03301

or email to: Lisa.Connell@doj.nh.gov

You are urged to submit this information far in advance of the semester or summer you wish to intern as the internships do fill up quickly.


New Hampshire Department of Justice | 33 Capitol Street | Concord, NH | 03301
Telephone: 603-271-3658