Since 1953, the Colorado Legislative Council Staff (LCS) has provided nonpartisan products and services to the legislature and the public to support and inform the policy making process, preserve the legislative institution, and promote transparency. As a new member of the LCS team, you will join an organization with a rich history that is driven by our mission, vision and values. As a nonpartisan staff organization, our work is guided and informed by our commitment to:
The Office of Legislative Legal Services is the non-partisan, in-house counsel for the Colorado state legislature and writes laws, produces statutes, reviews administrative rules, comments on initiated measures, and serves as a resource of legislative information for the public. Our vision is to serve Colorado’s General Assembly and citizens, providing these services with excellence, to forward the cause of effective self-government.
Office employees must have the following minimum job qualifications and skills:
General Job Description
A subject matter team (business team, government team, or law team) legislative editor in the Office of Legislative Legal Services (Office) supports the Office's core legislative drafting, legal services, and publications functions by:
A staff attorney in the Office of Legislative Legal Services (Office) contributes to the Office’s legislative drafting and legal services functions by:
Main body content.