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State Attorney General's office
« on: October 24, 2006, 12:03:43 PM »
So, what are some opinions on choosing between a firm and a state AG's office?  The firm pays much better, the AG's hours are a lot less.  I like both locations and both offices have 50 to 75 attorneys.

Also, does anybody know anything about getting hired permanently after being a summer clerk for an AG's office?  Is it common practice?  What do starting assitant AG's make?  I've been looking all over the internet and it's hard to find descriptions of working for AGs and/or salaries and whatnot.