The Oklahoma Office of Attorney General is currently seeking attorneys to fill multiple positions as Assistant Attorney General with the Utility Regulation Unit. The Office of Attorney General’s Utility Regulation Unit represents and protects the interests of the state’s utility customers in administrative and civil proceedings affecting utility rates, charges, and terms and conditions of service.
Each Assistant Attorney General will advocate for utility customers through all phases of proceedings before the Oklahoma Corporation Commission, including discovery, the preparation of filings, settlement negotiation, and trial. Each Assistant Attorney General will have opportunities to research, evaluate, and present complex financial and legal information at trial and through briefing, including collaborating with non-attorney experts.
A qualified candidate must be a licensed attorney in the State of Oklahoma. A prior background in energy, accounting, and/or finance is helpful but not necessary. Some travel is required.