Juvenile Law Attorney Jobs in North Carolina

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State of North Carolina Fayetteville, NC, 28301
Description of Work Benefits Supplemental Questions The statewide Guardian ad Litem Program (GAL) provides legal representation of abused, neglected and/or dependent children in juvenile court proceedings. This advocacy is through trained volunteers, staff, and attorneys. The attorney advocate is mandated by statute to protect the legal interests of children and represent their best interests i...
State of North Carolina Beaufort, NC, 28516
Description of Work Benefits Supplemental Questions The Office of the District Attorney, Prosecutorial District 3B, seeks a qualified attorney to prosecute criminal cases. Duties include but are not limited to the following: screen incoming cases using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of case facts; research and identify precedence in case law; utilize and evaluate e...
State of North Carolina Raleigh, NC, 27611
Description of Work Benefits Supplemental Questions The Office of Staff Counsel at the North Carolina Court of Appeals, seeks a staff attorney to assist the Court by reviewing appeals; drafting proposed opinions for Appellate Rule 3.1 cases and for more clearcut cases recommended for placement on the Court's expedited calendar; summarizing and recommending disposition of petitions for prerogati...

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Juvenile Law Attorney

Salaries

$30,000.00 - $225,000.00
Typical Salary for Juvenile Law Attorney in North Carolina
(62 Respondents)
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Education / Training

Doctorate
51.4%
Professional
34.3%
Some College Coursework Completed
5.7%
High School
2.9%
Vocational
2.9%
Master's
2.9%
(35 Respondents)
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