The work as a lawyer at the Office of the Attorney General is legally varied and includes both public and private law issues. The tasks are challenging, independent and provide broad experience in litigation. The Office currently has 37 lawyers and offers a good professional and social working environment. The work includes some travel. Experienced lawyers will also have the opportunity to work on more complex cases and will eventually be allowed to plead before the Supreme Court. Working as a lawyer or assistant lawyer at the Office of the Attorney General involves a high degree of autonomy. From the outset, employees are responsible for their own portfolio, including conducting cases before the courts.
The work at the Office of the Attorney General is very varied and challenging. Our employees get experience from many different branches of the law. The Office focuses on maintaining a good, inclusive social and professional atmosphere at work. Transfer of knowledge is a priority, and lawyers with responsibility for a particular field regularly hold internal seminars for their colleagues. Openness and exchange of opinions among colleagues are defining characteristics of the working environment at the Office of the Attorney General. The Office is also positive towards different forms of professional development and continuing learning in the form of courses, seminars, studies abroad, etc.