Working as a New Jersey deputy attorney general doesn’t pay much — $55,945, compared with six figures in the private sector — but the benefits are terrific. The intangible benefits, that is.

The nub of Division of Law director Robert Gilson’s pitch to new recruits is that they’ll be sent directly to the trenches. While most law firm associates play secondary roles, division lawyers get into state and federal court right away, litigating a dazzling panoply of cases.

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