Careers Current opportunities Legal Assistant - Environmental and Energy Unit Special Assistant Attorney General - Insurance Advocate Special Assistant Attorney General - Government litigation Special Assistant Attorney General - Government litigation Special Assistant Attorney General - Consumer & Economic Justice Unit Honors Program The Attorney General’s Office is committed to protecting and serving the people and interests of Rhode Island through a broad range of duties. To advance its wide-ranging mission and recruit exceptional new attorneys to its team, the Office has established an Honors Program for recent law school graduates and newly admitted lawyers who are committed to a career in public service. Each year, talented new attorneys will be selected for a one-year, full-time fellowship at our Providence offices, where they will gain valuable experience while serving the people of Rhode Island as vital members of our team. Upon completion of the program, the participating attorneys may have an opportunity to seek continued employment with the Office. Rhode Island Attorney General Attorney Honors Program Application 2023.pdf PDF file, less than 1mbmegabytes RIAG 2023 Attorney Honors Program.pdf PDF file, less than 1mbmegabytes We receive resumes from individuals interested in employment with this office on an ongoing basis. We hold regular interviews and maintain a pool of qualified applicants. When we have an opening, candidates may be selected from the applicant pool and recommended for further consideration. The Office will continue to maintain an applicant pool to ensure that all persons, regardless of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, handicap/disability status, Veteran status or sexual orientation, are considered for employment. To submit a resume and letter of interest, please send to: Aida Crosson, Director of Administrationacrosson@riag.ri.gov 150 South Main Street Providence, RI 02903 The Office of Attorney General, unlike many offices, agencies, and bureaus of the State, has a workforce that is fully unclassified and whose employees are not represented by bargaining units. However, as a result of the Department’s commitment to Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action, the Department continues to uphold non-discriminatory selection policies and practices.