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The Office of the Attorney General is the Norwegian state's legal office in civil lawsuits. The Office acts as counsel for ministries in lawsuits and advises the government and ministries on legal issues.

The Office of the Attorney General is organised as a single central entity with offices in Oslo under the leadership of Attorney General Fredrik Sejersted. Administratively, the Office of the Attorney General is subordinate to the Prime Minister's Office

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Administrative staff

The primary task of the Office of the Attorney General's administrative staff is to provide a support apparatus for the lawyers. Legal secretaries at the Office of the Attorney General perform interesting and varied tasks in close collaboration with the lawyers in a friendly working environment.

In addition to secretarial work, this team is responsible for all the other administrative tasks in areas such as financial administration, IT and procurement.

The head of administration has HR responsibility for the administrative staff.

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