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The Office of the Los Angeles City Attorney is seeking an experienced attorney for the Department of Water and Power Division - Power Group. The selected attorney will defend the Department of Water & Power (DWP), its officers, employees, and the Board of water and power commissioners. The attorney's duties will include representing and advising DWP on a wide range of matters relating to the Power System's operations. Requirements: A minimum of five (5) years of experience in regulatory law and public contracts or renewable energy transactions in a private or public utility arena and litigation experience. Travel to San Francisco, Sacramento, Washington D.C. and other locations to attend meetings or regulatory hearings will be required. Licensed to practice law in all courts in the State of California and the United States District Court for the Central District of California. To apply submit a cover letter specifying DCA - DWP - POWER GROUP (YOUR CALIFORNIA BAR NUMBER), resume, and writing sample in ONE (1) PDF FILE to For a full announcement, please visit our website at

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