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  1. "A good place to work"

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      I worked at California Office of the Attorney General full-time

      Pros

      Great people to work with, great hours.

      Cons

      The pay isn't great, especially starting out.

      California Office of the Attorney General2016-03-23

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    1. "Senior Legal Analyst"

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      Former Employee - Senior Legal Analyst in Sacramento, CA
      Recommends
      Positive Outlook
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      I worked at California Office of the Attorney General full-time for more than 10 years

      Pros

      Great office environment. Great co workers. Great benefits.

      Cons

      Promotions are somewhat political. Management is anti union.

      California Office of the Attorney General2017-01-02
    2. "Good for litigation experience"

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      Former Employee - Deputy Attorney General in Sacramento, CA

      I worked at California Office of the Attorney General full-time for more than a year

      Pros

      You're likely to get lots of varied experience in litigation. So it's very good if you're at the start of your career and looking to check off boxes (i.e., take depositions, go to trial, argue law and motion, etc.) on your experience list. Some sections have fairly heavy caseloads, so you also get more experience just because you have so many cases to handle. There are lots of good training opportunities, too, on interesting...

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      Cons

      Very bureaucratic (even compared to some other state agencies): you need supervisor approval for everything, the travel reimbursement process is awful (you will end up fronting a lot of costs for work travel, and it can take a month or more to get reimbursed afterwards--and accounting will give you a hard time if you do anything that is even slightly out of policy, like returning a rental car without filling up the gas...

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      California Office of the Attorney General2019-04-20

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