The Office of the Attorney General is an equal opportunity employer.
State of Arkansas job applications will not be accepted in lieu of resumes.
Resumes received after the deadline will not be considered.

Currently accepting resumes for the following positions:


Details on positions can be found at the bottom of the page.

Apply by submitting required information and documents at one of the following options:

Arkansas Attorney General Tim Griffin
Human Resources
323 Center Street, Suite 200
Little Rock, Arkansas 72201
Fax: 501-682-3439

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Join an elite team of lawyers at the forefront of Arkansas’s legal landscape. Our Office offers a dynamic, fast-paced environment where cutting-edge legal issues are debated and litigated daily. If you’re a brilliant, talented lawyer passionate about the law and looking to make a significant impact, this is the place for you.

**Position Overview**:

As an Assistant Solicitor General, you’ll play a key role in representing Arkansas in appellate litigation, shaping the future of our state’s jurisprudence. You’ll work alongside some of the brightest legal minds in the state and across the nation, tackling complex cases that matter to our citizens, our state and the nation’s future. 

**Key Responsibilities**

  1. Represent Arkansas in appellate courts, including the Arkansas Supreme Court, Federal Appellate Courts and potentially the U.S. Supreme Court. Immediate opportunity to argue in the Eighth Circuit and the Arkansas Supreme Court. 
  2. Research, draft, and present persuasive appellate briefs and oral arguments.
  3. Collaborate with the Solicitor General and other Assistant Solicitors General to determine strategic approaches to cases.
  4. Advise and consult with other Attorney General Office divisions on appellate issues, including strategic and critical litigation at the trial level.
  5. Stay updated on significant legal developments and provide insight to the Solicitor General and Attorney General Tim Griffin on potential implications for the U.S. and Arkansas.
  6. Participate in moot courts and provide feedback to colleagues preparing for oral arguments.


  1. Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school.
  2. License to practice law in Arkansas or ability to obtain a license quickly.
  3. Proven experience in appellate litigation; clerkship experience is a plus.
  4. Elite writing, research, and oral advocacy skills.
  5. Exceptional academic record: Attendance at a top-ranked law school and experience from a federal clerkship, national law firm, or public interest is strongly favored. 
  6. Strong analytical and critical thinking abilities.
  7. Ability to work collaboratively in a team-oriented environment.


  • Competitive salary with state benefits in a state with the 4th lowest cost of living in the U.S. 
  • Opportunity for professional growth and continuous learning.
  • Chance to work on high-profile cases that shape Arkansas and the national legal landscape.
  • Dynamic and supportive working environment.

Alumni of the Office include:

  • A federal district court judge.
  • Lawyers working for a religious-liberty organization and D.C.-based law firm.
  • A U.S. Supreme Court clerk.

Current members of the Office include:

  • Former DC-based practitioners.
  • A former federal official.
  • Multiple former federal court of appeals clerks.

To apply, please email a cover letter, resume, and law school transcript to


    The Office of Attorney General Tim Griffin is seeking to hire an experienced attorney to serve as an Assistant Attorney General in the State Agencies Division. 

    Candidates must be licensed to practice law in Arkansas and should have significant experience with the Administrative Procedures Act and Freedom of Information Act. Knowledge of legal principles and practices relevant to administrative hearings, licensing, statutory interpretation, and agency rules is preferred. 

    The attorney hired for this position will provide legal representation to the State of Arkansas’s agencies, boards, and commissions through their administrative processes and agency matters. Additional duties include providing director and agency attorneys education related to rule promulgation, Administrative Procedures Act, Freedom of Information Act, and employment law.

    This position requires daily in-office presence and the ability to travel in and out of state overnight occasionally.  The applicant must be self-motivated to work collaboratively in a professional environment, exercise sound judgment, and communicate effectively. Assistant Attorneys General work under the supervision of Senior and Deputy Attorneys General.

    Please submit a current résumé, a writing sample, and a cover letter that includes your salary requirement.


    The Attorney General of Arkansas Tim Griffin is seeking to hire a certified law enforcement officer to serve as a Special Agent in the in the Medicaid Fraud Division.  Special Agents shall investigate allegations of Medicaid fraud and allegations of abuse and neglect in Long Term Care Facilities under the direct supervision of the Senior Assistant Attorney General, overseen by the Deputy. 

    Essential job functions include:

    • working with outside State and Federal agencies
    • maintaining working knowledge of the Medicaid Program
    • compiling data into investigative reports
    • planning and conducting both civil and criminal investigations related to Medicaid provider fraud, abuse, and neglect, by contacting and interviewing defendants and witnesses
    • testifying as needed in court and administrative hearings
    • maintaining all investigative equipment in good working order
    • maintaining all law enforcement certifications including annual firearm qualifications

    The successful candidate will:

    • be a certified Arkansas law enforcement officer
    • have a formal equivalent of a bachelor’s degree
    • have a minimum of 5 years of experience in criminal investigations
    • have knowledge of word processing and electronic spreadsheet applications
    • be skilled in effective oral and written communication, researching and interpreting rules and regulations and applying investigative techniques and procedures to assigned cases
    • be skilled in time-management, handling multiple tasks, be able to prioritize and meet deadlines
    • be able to receive and respond positively to constructive feedback and work cooperatively with others in a professional office environment


    The Attorney General of Arkansas Tim Griffin is seeking to hire a Utility Rate Analyst to serve in the Consumer Utility Rate Advocacy Division (CURAD) within the office’s Public Protection Division. The Attorney General’s CURAD team serves as the state of Arkansas’s consumer advocate and represents the state, its subdivisions, and all classes of Arkansas utility customers in matters before the Arkansas Public Service Commission (APSC) as well as before state and federal courts or agencies on utility-related matters. CURAD advocates for the holding of utility rates to the lowest reasonable level pursuant to Ark. Code Ann. § 23-4-305.

    This position requires outstanding abilities in research, analytical thinking, and written and oral communication skills in order to effectively communicate complex regulatory matters. CURAD’s Utility Rate Analyst will: (1) prepare, review, and edit expert testimony to be filed in matters before the APSC; (2) analyze applications, testimony, discovery, and other documents; and (3) work collaboratively with other team members and stakeholders in developing recommendations on complex and highly technical issues. CURAD matters include:  (1) utility requests for rate increases or implementation of new or modification of existing tariffs; (2) utility requests for authorization to acquire / operate assets; (3) investigations of utility practices and procedures; (4) utility mergers and acquisitions; (5) APSC rulemaking proceedings implementing state law and policy; and (5) other matters involving issues that impact the utility rates of Arkansas ratepayers.

    The successful applicant will have a degree in accounting, economics, engineering, mathematics, or related field and would bring knowledge of investor-owned utility accounting practices and regulatory accounting matters, including the Uniform System of Accounts, or the ability and willingness to obtain such knowledge. At least 3-5 years of experience in regulated utilities, accounting, or financial analysis is preferred but not required.


    Arkansas Attorney General Tim Griffin is seeking to hire a full-time attorney to serve as an Assistant Attorney General in the Special Prosecutions Division.

    The Assistant Attorney General will work under the direct supervision of the Deputy Attorney General over the Special Prosecutions Division (SPD). This is a fast-paced position that involves coordinating with other highly motivated and highly skilled individuals in the Office of the Attorney General to generate solutions to issues that arise in the criminal justice field.  Attorneys work side by side with Special Agents in the Special Investigations Division (SID). SID is responsible for investigating election fraud, public integrity & cybercrimes.  In addition, SID and SPD often work hand in hand with local, state, and federal partners in combatting human trafficking and organized retail crime.  Special Prosecutions Attorneys assist with drafting and reviewing search warrants, subpoenas and other legal process related to ongoing investigations.  Additionally, the attorney may coordinate with local prosecutors on cases and either prosecute the case as a Special Deputy Prosecuting Attorney or assist the local prosecutor.

    Duties include, but are not limited to:

    Advising the Special Investigations Division Special Agents in legal matters. Assist or serve as Special Deputy Prosecuting Attorney throughout the State. Research cases and statutes related to investigations or prosecutions.

    The successful candidate will:

    Be licensed to participate law in Arkansas. Demonstrate outstanding abilities in (1) legal research, (2) writing, and (3) trial advocacy. Have a track record of producing work that is thorough, accurate, and timely; and show a commitment to being a lifelong learner who is always growing in knowledge, communication skills, and interpersonal abilities. Prior prosecutorial experience preferred not required.