The ideal candidate would be able to demonstrate: (1) a minimum of two years of experience practicing energy and utility law, including administrative litigation before the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio or another state regulatory commission; (2) a working understanding of the disciplines involved with the practice of energy and utility law; and (3) strong legal analytical and pragmatic problem-solving skills; and (4) excellent research, writing, and communication skills. The candidate must be licensed to practice in Ohio, now or in the near future.
Excellent academic and employment credentials required. We offer a competitive salary, a broad range of benefits, and a team approach to practicing law.
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