Just shy of one year as the N.C. Attorney General, Josh Stein has reorganized NC DOJ – eliminating one prior Division (the Administrative Division), shifting responsibilities within DOJ, and renaming certain Divisions. Additionally, several recent retirements, new hires and promotions have significantly altered the senior attorneys at the helm of the DOJ’s legal services.

Under the reorganization, the eight Divisions providing legal services at NC DOJ consist of Civil (education; insurance; labor; property control; revenue; and legal services to state agencies); Consumer; Criminal; Environmental; Health and Human Services; Litigation; Medicaid Investigations; and Transportation. The functions of the previous Administrative Division have been shifted to other Divisions.