There are many different types of organizations in the government. In each one, they have their own set of rules. Also they also have their own issues that have to be focused on and addressed. To work in these departments, it requires a specific set of specialized skills in order to handle the situations that might occur. Ethics also plays an important role in each organization. It determines how situations are handled. As for the New York State Attorney General, it is no different.
The Attorney General is the head of the department of law. The New York State Attorney General serves all New Yorkers with matters pertaining to their daily lives. The Attorney General has statutory and common laws which protect consumers and investors. However, it also protects laws dealing with public health and environmental issues, civil rights, charitable donors, and rights of the wage earners and businesses across The New York State. The Attorney General
is the people’s lawyer and the states chief legal officer, the Attorney General investigates state organized crime. The Attorney General also acts independently from the governor of the state.
Eric T. Schneiderman, the current Attorney General of New York is facing quite of a problem in regards to foreclosure practices. The Obama administration has been increasing pressure on him to drop his opposition to a wide ranging state settlement over dubious foreclosure practices. Also according to the people briefed on discussions about the deal, Shaun Donovan, the secretary of Housing and Urban Development and a High level Justice
Department official have been waging and intensifying campaign to try and persuade Eric T. Schneiderman the Attorney General to support the settlement.
There are specific skills needed in becoming the New York State Attorney General, the obvious would be to have a degree in law and of course to contain knowledge and have gained experience in the law field. With that being said, to become the Attorney...