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Office of the Vermont Attorney General

About the Deputy Attorney General

Joshua Diamond was appointed Deputy Attorney General by Attorney General T.J. Donovan in January 2017. Since his appointment, Deputy Attorney General Diamond has been responsible for the development and implementation of policies and priorities at the Attorney General’s Office, providing oversight of personnel and administration, supervising litigation and settlement negotiations, and providing general counsel to the Attorney General.

Prior to joining the Attorney General’s Office, Deputy Attorney General Diamond was in private practice with the law firm of Diamond & Robinson, P.C. His practice focused on civil litigation and administrative matters involving public utilities, consumer protection, campaign finance, personal injury, employment, and labor law.

Deputy Attorney General Diamond is a graduate of the University of Vermont and George Washington University (J.D.). He was previously recognized by Super Lawyers as one of New England’s Rising Stars. He received the prestigious Jonathan Chase Award for Cooperating Attorney from the American Civil Liberties Union − Vermont Affiliate − and served as its President for three years. Deputy Attorney General Diamond also served on the National Advisory Board for the Electric Cooperative Bar Association from 2009 to 2017. He is currently a member of the Vermont Bar Association’s Board of Managers.