The canton of Fribourg has a job going for a public prosecutor. If you have a residency permit, have lived in the canton for five years and presumably have a pretty thorough knowledge of Swiss penal law, you can apply. What you don’t need is to be Swiss. The canton of Jura has also announced it’s likely to be recruiting judges who are foreigners in the near future. WRS’s Pete Forster spoke to Christophe Koller of the Institute for Studies in Public Administration (IDHEAP) about what is driving the demand for new legal officials, and whether Fribourg is the first canton in the nation not to include Swiss citizenship in their job criteria.