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Steinman began his legal career as Special Assistant Attorney General for the State of New York; he then served the Westchester County Department of Law as an attorney and as Assistant Chief Deputy Attorney.
From 1997 to 2004, Vezina was appointed Special Assistant Attorney General for the State of Louisiana.
Bennett, acting as a special assistant attorney general, representing the state Trial Court.
I also greatly appreciate the advice of the Special Assistant Attorney Generals of the WilmerHale law firm and the Michigan Department of Attorney General.
Stein, who was Airport Commission president in late 1994, authorized the hiring of Hubbell, a former special assistant attorney general, to help lobby the federal government to allow the transfer of $58 million to the city general fund.
Kathy also worked as Special Assistant Attorney General in the Minnesota Attorney General's Office for six years.
She is a former federal prosecutor and a former Special Assistant Attorney General of Texas with significant experience in health care fraud cases.
Having started his career as a law clerk to a federal judge, he served as Special Assistant Attorney General and, later, was appointed as a United States Commissioner (United States Magistrate Judge), prior to entering private practice.