Complex Litigation Associate
Carleton Fields
Washington, D.C.
Job ID: 73922855

Carlton Fields is seeking an associate with three to seven years of litigation experience for its Washington, DC office. Excellent academic credentials and strong writing skills are required. Law Review or federal clerkship experience is a plus. Knowledge of insurance products, annuities, securities, or other financial products is a plus but not required. Candidates should be admitted to practice in Washington, DC, Virginia, or Maryland, or must apply for admission to the DC bar. The ideal candidate would have experience working on complex matters in federal court, strong communication skills, and the ability to work effectively as part of a team in an environment where drive and client service are top priorities. The candidate should be interested in working on complex matters for sophisticated business clients as part of a national practice. To apply, please submit your cover letter, resume, law school transcript, and writing sample (preferably a motion or brief filed in federal court). Not open to search firms. Carlton Fields is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Disabled/Veterans.

Salary range: $190,000 - $210,000

Here is the link to apply: ​​

Banking and Finance Associate
Stinson LLP
Washington, D.C.

Stinson LLP seeks a highly motivated attorney with a minimum of 5 years of banking-related, M&A, payments/fintech, and/or financial services regulatory legal experience to join our Banking and Financial Services division in our Washington D.C. office.

Excellent writing, oral advocacy skills, and academics are required. Active law license in the applicable jurisdiction, or eligibility to become admitted to the applicable bar, is required.

Please apply online at Applicants should provide a resume, cover letter, unofficial law school transcript and a writing sample. For questions, contact the Attorney Recruiting Team at Please submit your application by no later than 45 days following the posted date. Applications received after this date may not be considered.

Stinson is an EEO employer. We encourage qualified minority, female, veteran and disabled candidates to apply to be considered for open positions. We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package. We conduct criminal background checks of all individuals offered employment.

For more information about Stinson, visit us at and the NALP Directory of Legal Employers,

Stinson LLP is a federal contractor. Information gathered through applicant Voluntary Self-Identification will be used periodically with various government agencies for statistical reporting and to measure the effectiveness of our Affirmative Action and EEO outreach efforts. All information is requested on a voluntary basis and will be kept confidential. We will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant.

Applicants with a disability that are in need of an accommodation to complete the Stinson LLP application process should contact Human Resources at 316.268.7962 or email

Associate Attorney
Chadwick, Washington, Moriarty, Elmore & Bunn, P.C.
Fairfax, Va.

VA / DC law firm with an excellent reputation seeks a full-time Virginia licensed civil litigation associate attorney to work in the firm’s Community Association practice located in our Fairfax or Richmond, VA offices. Position requires strong interpersonal skills, dedication, ability to work as part of a team and the desire to work directly with clients. 3 - 5 years’ litigation experience and strong academic credentials required. Personal references also required. Prior community association experience a plus. Friendly, cooperative work atmosphere, excellent starting salary, commensurate with experience. Compensation, including an aggressive merit-based bonus, ranging from $100k -$160k, plus a competitive benefits package. Please email resume and cover letter to

Pay: $100,000.00 - $160,000.00 per year

License/Certification: VA Bar License (Required)
Work Location: Hybrid remote in Fairfax, VA

Higher Education Regulatory and Accreditation Attorney
Husch Blackwell LLP
Washington, D.C. and elsewhere
Husch Blackwell LLP is a national law firm with multiple locations across the United States, dedicated to our clients and the industries they serve.

At Husch Blackwell we believe that diverse, equitable and inclusive teams lead to better outcomes. Husch Blackwell is committed to retaining, recruiting, developing, and promoting talented lawyers and business professionals with diverse backgrounds and experiences. We foster an engaged, diverse, and inclusive team culture of accountability and purpose that makes our Firm and our communities better.

We have an immediate opening for a Higher Education Regulatory and Accreditation Attorney with at least five years of experience preferred, including three years specialized in higher education regulatory matters. We will consider candidates for any of our offices including our virtual office, The Link. This position has the possibility of a reduced billable-hour requirement and flexible schedule. 

The Higher Education Regulatory and Accreditation Attorney will play a vital role in advising and representing clients on complex regulatory matters within the higher education sector, including on Title IV, financial aid, accreditation, structural changes/changes in ownership (mergers & acquisitions), and general higher education compliance. The Higher Education Regulatory and Accreditation Attorney will contribute to the development of firm knowledge and educational resources related to higher education law. 

The successful candidate will have demonstrated experience with Title IV, accreditation, and/or institutional structural changes/changes in ownership within the higher education landscape. Previous work with higher education regulatory agencies, accrediting agencies, and/or in-house at educational institutions is valued, and preferred experience includes work on matters related to privacy law (beyond FERPA), research, healthcare, consumer finance, student funding mechanisms, accreditor recognition requirements, or foreign school operations. 

The firm is looking for individuals who enjoy working in a collaborative and team environment and who can independently manage projects, interface with clients on specific issues, and direct junior attorneys and paralegals. This role includes the potential for occasional travel to client meetings and conferences. 

The ideal candidate will have excellent academic credentials, a commitment to the community, superior interpersonal skills, and a demonstrated record of working well under pressure.  The candidate should demonstrate exceptional judgment, the ability to effectively handle multiple projects, excellent communication and writing abilities, and the ability to articulate legal strategies and courses of action.  Candidates should have an active bar license in the state corresponding with the office to which they are applying or commit to obtaining one as soon as possible.

We look for proactive, dynamic, and entrepreneurial individuals with varied backgrounds, interests, and experience for a diverse candidate pool.

We offer competitive compensation and a comprehensive benefit package including medical, dental, vision, 401(k) and much more. Pursuant to applicable state laws, the compensation range for this position in Denver, Oakland, and Los Angeles only is $150,000 to $190,000, commensurate with qualifications and experience. Salaries in all other markets will vary depending on market data. 

Qualified candidates should submit a resume through our online application process at

​Here is the link to apply:

Midlevel Associate Attorney (mutual funds, closed-end funds or ETFs)
Incendia Partners
Arlington, Va.
Up to $495,000

Candidates must have experience with mutual funds, closed-end funds or ETFs to be considered.  The candidate must also be working for / leaving a law firm.*

Position: Asset Management & Investment Funds – Mid-level Associate
Practice Area: Asset Management & Investment Funds
Locations: Boston, New York City, Washington DC.  As needed, the firm is prepared to cover relocation expenses for qualified candidates interested in joining our team in any of these three cities.  They work 3 days in the office and 2 days from home (Hybrid)
Benefits:  Top-tier, extensive
Compensation: Cravath scale for salary and bonus.  Base salary for a 4th-year associate is $310,000 per year with a $75,000 bonus. For 6th-year associates, the base salary is $390,000 annually, with a $105,000 bonus.

Hours: Associates have a minimum billable hour expectation of 1850, and bonus eligibility is 1950. Pro bono is not required, but up to 50 pro bono hours can count towards bonus eligibility. 

About the firm: Recognized with numerous prestigious national and global awards, our client stands out as a distinguished law firm. Most recently, it earned the title of "Law Firm of the Year" in Corporate Law for both the 2022 and 2024 editions, as well as in Commercial Litigation for the 2023 edition, as bestowed by Best Law Firms®. Reiterating its success, the firm maintained its position among the top ten firms, out of a pool exceeding 15,000, for the most first-tier rankings in the 2024 edition. Esteemed for its exceptional performance, this leading global law firm extends its influence across five continents, boasting a formidable team of nearly 2,000 attorneys. Its reputation for excellence spans various legal domains, including corporate law, energy and infrastructure, finance, intellectual property, labor and employment law, litigation, regulatory affairs, real estate, and asset management, as well as investment funds.

Job Description:
The law firm is currently in search of a skilled midlevel associate specializing in Asset Management & Investment Funds to complement their dynamic team. This opportunity is open in their Boston, New York City, or Washington D.C. offices, with a preference for candidates inclined towards the Boston location.  
The ideal candidate will bring 4 to 6 years of experience focusing on open-end (mutual) funds, closed-end funds, and/or exchange traded funds (ETFs), coupled with a solid background in representing investment companies, investment advisers, and board members concerning U.S. federal securities law matters. 
Proficiency in navigating the intricacies of the Investment Company Act of 1940, the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, the Securities Act of 1933, the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and related regulations is desired.
In this role, the chosen candidate will collaborate with a seasoned team comprising 6 to 7 partners and 4 to 5 associates within their Asset Management and Investment Funds practice group. 
They are dedicated to offering active mentorship and fostering an environment conducive to assuming greater responsibilities. Moreover, candidates will have the opportunity to engage with a diverse clientele, contributing significantly to impactful endeavors.
Candidates with previous experience in a top-tier law firm or in-house at an asset manager are strongly preferred. 
The successful candidate will demonstrate adaptability, a strong work ethic, and a commitment to excellence.

Here is the link to apply:​

Financial Services Regulatory Associate Attorney
D.C. Law Firm, through BCG Attorney Search
Washington, D.C.

Job ID B8VH331882
A law firm in Washington, D.C. is seeking a skilled Financial Services Regulatory Associate Attorney to join their team. The successful candidate should be adept at handling multiple workstreams involving consumer and business financial services laws and regulations at both the federal and state levels. Experience in representing clients before the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), Federal Trade Commission (FTC), and state regulatory agencies is a plus. The ideal candidate will be analytical thinkers with excellent academic credentials and strong writing abilities. They must hold a juris doctorate degree from an accredited law school and be admitted to and in good standing with the relevant jurisdiction’s Bar. The position requires 2+ years of experience.

Handle multiple workstreams involving consumer and business financial services laws and regulations.
Conduct legal research and analysis on financial regulatory matters.
Advise clients on compliance with federal and state financial regulations.
Represent clients before regulatory agencies such as the CFPB, FTC, and state regulators.
Draft legal memoranda, opinions, and regulatory filings.
Assist in the development and implementation of compliance programs.
Stay updated on changes in financial services laws and regulations.
Collaborate with colleagues and clients to provide effective legal counsel.

Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school.
Admission to and in good standing with the relevant jurisdiction’s Bar.
2+ years of experience in financial services regulatory matters.
Experience representing clients before regulatory agencies (CFPB, FTC, state regulators).
Strong analytical skills and ability to interpret complex regulations.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Detail-oriented with strong organizational skills.
Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

Knowledge of consumer and business financial services laws and regulations.
Experience representing clients before regulatory agencies.
Legal research and analysis skills.
Drafting legal documents such as memoranda and regulatory filings.
Compliance program development and implementation.
Strong written and verbal communication abilities.
Analytical thinking and problem-solving skills.

With a longtime DC presence, this strong and reputable firm takes an active role in community and pro bono activities. Recognizing the importance of longevity, this firm goes far to preserve its relationship with its associates. What does that mean for the firm employing hundreds of lawyers in a wide variety of practice areas? It means that associates are well trained and a family atmosphere is fostered. The firm is consistently ranked as one of the top 100 firms and generally considered a great place to work.

Here is the link to apply:

Staff Attorney
Power and Democracy Program
Washington, DC (Hybrid)
$88,700 to $129,000

The Staff Attorney/Senior Staff Attorney will be expected to implement important strategic initiatives to advance the objectives and goals of the Power and Democracy Program. Responsibilities will encompass litigation, policy, voter protection, and public advocacy on behalf of Advancement Project and our grassroots partners in local communities. 

What You’ll Do:
Work in support of the overall strategic success of the Power and Democracy Team.
Work on all facets of Advancement Project litigation matters, including by developing a legal strategy.
Cultivate strategic relationships with external partners and allies.
Implement strategic initiatives and goals for the Power and Democracy Program.
Conduct investigations, complete complex legal research, and prepare legal documents such as memoranda and briefs.
Participate and/or speak at advocacy events and other outreach activities.
Represent the organization at coalition tables.
Develop legal and legislative materials, as well as presentation and advocacy materials.
Participate in strategic planning and provide recommendations regarding how to respond to political and legislative opportunities and legal developments.
Support partners in legal and policy matters.
Work with colleagues in various program areas to develop strategies and otherwise advance the organization’s positions.
Guide team members and interns on work product, as assigned.
Assist with legal and policy work cross-program, as needed.
Other related duties, as assigned.
In addition to the responsibilities identified above, Senior Staff Attorneys will, where appropriate, lead strategic initiatives and goals for the Power and Democracy Program and lead large litigation teams.

Required Skills:
Demonstrate excellent legal research, analysis strategic thinking, and writing skills.
Demonstrate excellent oral and written advocacy skills, including the ability to present oral argument to judges and to communicate effectively with a variety of audiences, including grassroots partners, diverse community members, board members, senior leadership, and executives.
Demonstrate knowledge of federal and state election laws and rules governing civil and appellate litigation.
Maintain working knowledge of policy developments, community lawyering, and advocacy practices, as well as internal policies and procedures.
Ability to maintain mentoring relationships with other attorneys on staff.
Compose persuasive and factually accurate reports, legal documents, letters, and correspondence appropriate for the intended audience.
Read, analyze, and interpret complex legal documents, including laws, regulations, statutes, contracts, and court opinions.
Recognize and define problems, collect data and other factual information, and draw valid conclusions when analyzing complicated factual and legal scenarios.

For Senior Staff Attorney, this position pays between $107,000 and $129,000 depending on experience
For Staff Attorney, this position pats between $ 88,700 and $106,000 depending on experience

Here is the link to apply:

Senior Energy And Infrastructure Associate Attorney
D.C. Law Firm, through BCG Attorney Search

Washington, D.C.
Job ID NEOZ317739

A law firm in Washington, DC, is seeking a highly qualified Senior Energy and Infrastructure Associate Attorney with a strong background in U.S. domestic renewables, including solar, wind, energy storage, and alternative fuels. The ideal candidate should possess a J.D. degree, be admitted to the New York State Bar and/or D.C. Bar, and demonstrate expertise in renewables with a focus on debt and tax equity documents.

Provide legal counsel and support on U.S. domestic renewables transactions, including solar, wind, energy storage, and alternative fuels.
Draft, review, and negotiate complex project documents related to energy and infrastructure projects.
Serve as the lead associate, overseeing all aspects of U.S. renewables transactions, ensuring compliance and efficiency.
Work collaboratively with sponsors and lenders, representing both parties in the negotiation and execution of energy projects.
Conduct legal research and analysis related to regulatory compliance, project finance, and energy policy.

J.D. degree from an accredited law school.
Admission to the New York State Bar and/or D.C. Bar.
Proven background in renewables, specifically U.S. domestic renewables.
Experience with debt and tax equity documents in the context of energy and infrastructure projects.
Knowledge of project documents and the ability to take a lead role in transactions.
Strong communication and negotiation skills.

Expertise in U.S. domestic renewables, including solar, wind, energy storage, and alternative fuels.
Strong understanding of debt and tax equity documents in the context of energy projects.
Ability to manage and lead all aspects of U.S. renewables transactions.
Excellent legal research and analytical skills.
Effective communication and negotiation abilities.

This mid-sized New York law firm offers competitive salaries. The diversity of personnel and broad range of expertise is one of the greatest strengths of their New York office. Over recent years this firm has developed into a multi-faceted, multi-jurisdictional office offering a full range of services to their clients in the US, Latin America and elsewhere in the world. The majority of their work has an international element, so traveling and living abroad are features of everyday life at this firm. The firm advises in respect of US federal securities, tax, corporate and banking laws, project and asset financing, and structured financing as well as New York law and Delaware corporate law. As a part of their US practice, associates have the opportunity to work overseas at the start of their career. In addition, associates are quickly involved in transactions and high-profile deals for major corporate and investment bank clients.

Here is the link to apply:

​Attorney OGC - Litigation Lawyer with Federal Agency Experience
Sylger Corporation 
Washington, DC

We assist federal agencies carry out their mission by providing administrative and technical support services. The selected candidate will provide exclusive legal support to the Court Services and Offenders Supervision Agency (CSOSA). The job is located in downtown, Washington DC, requires onsite presence and is subject to a security clearance. If selected, the indivual shall not be engaged in other outside legal work.

The candidate must meet the following qualifications:
-- Three years experience practicing law in either a government environment or in suppport of a government agency.
-- Experience in two or more of the following areas: government contracts, employment and labor law, FOIA, Privacy Act, Torts, Litigation, and Ethics;
-- Prior applicable litigation experience presenting, defending, and appealing cases before either the Merit Systems Protection Board, Government Accountability Office (GAO), Court of Federal Claims, other administrative tribunals, and/or Federal District Court;
-- Experience in effective communication with government officials resulting in positive outcomes; and
-- Computer proficient and capable of performing complex internet and legal research using the electronic databases.

Work to be performed includes, but is not limited to, the following:
-- Government Contracts.
-- Employment, Labor Law, and General Litigation.
der to successfully prepare and defend agency's position before any administrative tribunal, State or Federal Court(s).
-- Ethics training and disclosures

NOTE: This is a contract position in support of a task order funded through September 29, 2024. The selected candidate must undergo a security clearance and will serve solely at the discretion of the our client. Although some telework may be allowed this is a full time Onsite support position. Specific hours to be worked shall be coordinated with the Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR). The selected candidate must be completely devoted to this position. No outside work will be allowed while on this project.

If you meet the above qualifications please provide your resume and include in your cover letter:
A brief statement on how you gained your competence and legal capabilities including any special certifications/qualifications;
Contact information, including personal email and phone number;.
Current employment status and/or availability to start under this temporary position.

Pay: $61.50 - $63.50 per hour
Experience: Federal legal and/or litigation: 5 years (Required)

Please send your resume in Word format only (no Google docs) to and note "VACC" in the subject line.

Employment Litigation Attorney
Alan Lescht and Associates, P.C.
Washington, D.C.-Baltimore area
$100K/yr - $170K/yr

Alan Lescht and Associates, P.C. is looking to hire an Employment Litigation Attorney with at least 4 years of employment law and/or litigation experience.

Who are we?
We are a mid-size plaintiff-side employment litigation firm and one of the largest in the Washington, DC-area that represents both private and public sector employees. Founded over 26 years ago, Super Lawyers, Washingtonian Magazine, Top Ten Leaders Group, and Newsweek Magazine consistently recognize our lawyers as among the top employment attorneys in DC.

Our attorneys practice in state and federal courts in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia, as well as before federal administrative agencies such as the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB), the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the Office of Special Counsel, and before arbitration tribunals including AAA and JAMS. We handle a wide variety of employment-related cases including, but not limited to:
Workplace discrimination and retaliation
Wrongful termination
Security clearance revocation
Inspector general investigations
Sexual harassment
Wage and hour issues
Contract disputes
Whistleblower retaliation
Federal employee discipline

If you join our firm, protecting other peoples’ jobs will become your job.

What we are looking for:
4+ years of employment law and litigation experience with a demonstrated interest in civil rights issues
Eager to join a dynamic, collaborative, and inclusive team
Self-starter who thrives in a fast-paced environment
Capable of independently handling every aspect of plaintiff-side employment litigation and balancing multiple responsibilities at once
Excellent research and writing skills
Outstanding communication skills for both teamwork and client-facing duties
JD from an accredited ABA law school; strong academic background highly valued
Admitted to practice law in DC, MD, and/or VA

Attorneys have an expectation to perform a minimum of 35 billable hours per week and to work in-office at least two days per week. Each attorney handles multiple cases at once, both independently and in collaboration with other attorneys and/or support staff, and is responsible for managing their own deadlines.

Here is the link to apply:

Attorney Advisor
D.C. Government
Washington, D.C. 

Join a dynamic public agency proudly serving the over 700,000 residents of the District of Columbia. The DC Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) provides contracting services for client agencies and offices in the District. The mission of OCP is to partner with vendors and District agencies to purchase quality goods and services in a timely manner and at a reasonable cost, while ensuring that all purchasing actions are conducted fairly and impartially. OCP manages the acquisition of over $10 billion in goods, services, and construction annually on behalf of 79 District agencies. OCP is powered by a diverse team of innovative professionals committed to helping our client agencies reach their goals and accomplish their missions. In addition to contracting and procurement services, OCP’s Surplus Property Division collects, manages, and reuses District-owned and federal surplus property.

OCP’s most important resource is our people.  We are committed to attracting the best and brightest talent and support them by creating an environment that allows them to do their best work.

The Office of the General Counsel provides legal services to the procurement staff including: legal advice, litigation support to the Office of the Attorney General, responds to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests, draft regulations and legislation 

     Serves as a senior attorney handling the more complex and difficult matters. Reviews various legal documents and relevant case law to determine whether execution or non-execution of proposed actions is in the best interest of the District of Columbia government. Provides statement of reasons and draft language necessary to obviate objections.
     Examines and analyzes proposed orders, legislation, regulations, and other legal documents from various sources for legal sufficiency, both as to the form and substance. Performs research and provides oral or written opinions.  
     Assists in the review and negotiation of legal agreements.  Coordinates with contracting staff, program agencies and other stakeholders as needed. Provides advice and counsel to contracting staff on negotiations.
     Reviews records of hearings, including briefs filed, exceptions taken, rulings made, tentative decisions, as well as reports of findings of fact and conclusions of law. Analyzes same and provides recommendations to supervisor as appropriate.
     Prepares memoranda on legal questions and proposals and drafts tentative documents of final decision.
     Acts as lead attorney in suspension and debarment matters before the Chief Procurement Officer.  Performs due diligence and legal research, prepares and reviews documents as the basis for hearings or other actions, manages the legal record, provides advice and counsel to relevant District stakeholders and assists in preparing final decisions.   

     Knowledge of D.C. personnel regulations and D.C. Bar Rules sufficient to provide expert legal advice to the Agency.  Ability to apply the appropriate procedures and policies to a variety of situations and circumstances.  The work consists of broad functions and processes in the legal and advisory field. 
     Possession of a J.D. degree from an American Bar Association (ABA) accredited law school and have at least five (5) years post J.D. legal experience . District of Columbia Bar membership or eligible for waiver into the bar is required.

Licensures, Certifications and other requirements:
    The incumbent must be a current member in good standing of the District of Columbia Bar or be eligible for waiver into the bar.

Conditions of Employment:
     While on duty, District employees are prohibited from possessing, dispensing, or being impaired by controlled substances, including alcohol. All District employees are subject to drug and alcohol testing when there is a reasonable suspicion of impairment or following any on-duty accident or incident involving injury to person or property.

     Minimum of five (5) or more years of post J.D. legal experience, of which one year of related specialized experience at or equivalent to the LA-0905-13.
     Salary Range: $128,795.00 - $ 167,437.00 Per Annum, based on funding.
Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) Headquarters, 441 4t St. NW, Washington, DC 20001 
     Writing Sample: Please prepare and attach a writing sample with your application.
     Proof of Education: Candidates are required to provide proof of education in order to advance through the selection process. To expedite the review of your application materials, upload a copy of your COLLEGE TRANSCRIPT(S) that demonstrates possession of the required educational credential(s) listed above.

Here is the link to apply:

Antitrust Associate Attorney
Vault Law 100 D.C. law firm 
Washington, D.C.

Job ID 08HJ326897

A law firm in Washington, DC, is seeking an Antitrust Associate Attorney with 4-6 years of experience, particularly in mergers, to join their team. The successful candidate should have the following qualifications and skills:

Manage Second Request compliance, including substantive and procedural aspects.
Led a team of associates and contract attorneys during the 2R review.
Provide legal counsel and support in mergers, focusing on the tech and life sciences sectors.
Conduct legal research, analysis, and drafting of legal documents.

Juris Doctor (J.D.) from an accredited law school.
Admitted to the Bar in the relevant jurisdiction.
Experience in Second Request compliance and managing 2R reviews.
Familiarity with antitrust laws and regulations.
Strong verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills.

Experience in the tech and life sciences sectors.
Superior academic credentials.

Proficiency in legal research and writing.
Strong analytical and problem-solving abilities.
Leadership and team management skills.
Excellent communication and negotiation skills.

The firm offers a comprehensive benefits package, including:
Monthly wellness reimbursements.
24/7 emotional and behavioral health support and virtual counseling.
Healthcare coverage for employees, spouses/domestic partners, and children.
Family-building benefits such as IVF, adoption, surrogacy, and egg-freezing.
Paid parental leave and parenting support resources.
Career coaching and childcare support.
Retirement plans, life insurance, and various voluntary insurance options.
Firm-paid CLE, bar review fees, and bar dues.

This Vault Law 100 and one of the Best Law Firm in the Emerging Companies & Venture Capital firm boasts cutting-edge clients, pleasant people, and a flexible work/life balance. The firm is a global player with very deep tech roots and has been ranked among the top 10 M&A advisors in the nation. As the premier provider of legal services to technology, life sciences, and growth enterprises worldwide, the firm is appealing to associates for fostering an entrepreneurial and collaborative environment across its attorney ranks, emphasizing the importance of mentorship, career growth, and building leadership and relationship skills with clients and colleagues. Compensation at this firm is competitive with peer firms in the region.

Here is the link to apply:

Program Counsel I
National Association of Attorneys General
Washington, D.C., and nationwide hybrid 

Founded in 1907, the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) is a nonpartisan association that serves as the national forum for the 56 state and territory attorneys general and their staff to collaboratively address issues important to their work and provides resources to support the work they do to enforce state law and the United States Constitution. NAAG fosters an environment of “cooperative leadership,” helping attorneys general respond effectively – individually and collectively – to emerging state and federal issues.  NAAG emphasizes service to one another and our community, a commitment to professional excellence, and quality of life for our employees.

NAAG’s Program Counsel I position will be housed in NAAG’s Training and Research Division (NTR). The NTR Division provides high-quality, non-partisan, and innovative training, research, and other developmental resources to support state and territory attorney general offices (AGOs).  Services offered to NAAG members cover a breadth of subject areas and delivery formats and is a premier national organization for training and research throughout the government legal, law enforcement, and prosecutorial arenas.

The Program Counsel I is responsible for providing high-quality legal training to state and territory attorney general offices. Specifically, the position is responsible for initiating, coordinating, and executing NAAG trainings, serving as faculty on trainings, developing new in-person and online courses, conducting research, and producing research deliverables. The Counsel regularly conducts traditional legal skills- and advocacy-based trainings and other substantive trainings, as assigned, to the attorney general community or other government attorneys and staff. Counsel will organize other legal programming that benefits the attorney general community. Counsel will serve as an in-house expert on topics that match the professional expertise of the Counsel, particularly involving general litigation, criminal and/or civil law, energy and environment, civil rights, and/or appellate advocacy. Counsel will serve as liaison to assigned NAAG Committees as needed. Counsel will assist with developing resources to onboard and develop NTR faculty, in consultation with the Legal Skills and Faculty Development Section of the Division.

Success in this position requires creativity, flexibility, initiative, follow-through, attention to detail, strong oral and written presentation skills, a love for teaching and mentoring, teamwork, patience, relationship-building, and collegiality.  One must value and understand the importance of having a dedicated focus that supports state attorney general offices and similar government partners and works well with changing environments and personalities.

Travel Responsibilities and Reporting Structure: 
Significant monthly domestic travel is inherent to this position, possibly including international travel occasionally. 
The Program Counsel I will report to the Director of NTR’s Legal Skills and Faculty Development Section.
  - Training and Faculty Development
Develop, execute, and serve as supporting and lead Faculty for NAAG trainings and related programs as assigned for attorney general offices, domestically, internationally, and online. 
Serve as supporting and lead faculty for NAAG legal skills trainings, which may include but are not limited to, Trial Advocacy, Motion Practice, Deposition Skills, Negotiation Skills, Evidentiary Foundations and Issues, Legal Writing, Trial Practice, Habeas, and/or E-Discovery.
Develop new legal skills trainings and update existing trainings based on the evolving needs of the attorney general community.
Create content and materials to supplement NAAG legal and other substantive skills and general trainings.
Develop new courses and update existing courses on topics and areas assigned based on training needs.
Assist with creating and curating helpful resources for the NAAG faculty community to develop their teaching and presentation skills.
Identify and recruit appropriate faculty, speakers, and experts for NTR and other NAAG training and programs.

  - Research
Conduct research and develop content for the benefit of the attorney general community.
Conduct research to draft articles for publications and other resources on specifically assigned legal areas. 
Write and edit articles and publications in support of the attorney general community.
Serve as resident expert in legal areas as assigned including civil rights and energy and environment. 
Identify research projects and areas based on emerging trends for topics assigned to Counsel’s portfolio.
Supervise and mentor law clerks on identified research projects and areas upon requests from the attorney general community.

  - Committee and Attorney General Office Support
Support NAAG Committees as assigned to include facilitating conference calls, organizing panels or trainings or symposia,   preparing agendas and memos, and following up on action items.
Support programming for NAAG conferences as assigned including developing substantive content, identifying speakers, and building program agendas.
Work with NAAG staff, speakers, and faculty to ensure that all trainings and related events and content comport with NAAG procedures.
Develop grant applications and manage grants as opportunities arise.
Manage a Department of Energy Grant assisting attorney general environmental attorneys.
Staff attorney general office working groups serving as organizer, intermediary, and content lead.
Build external partnerships and relationships at the association and government local, state, and national levels to the benefit of the attorney general community. 

  - Other Skills and Duties as Needed
Proficiency in the general practice of law sufficient to serve as a subject matter expert when called by State Offices of the Attorney General to assist in training and other lawyering skills as needed. 
Work throughout NAAG to ensure workplace effectiveness in furtherance of the NAAG and NTR Strategic Plans, including through team meetings, retreats, and related assignments.
Improve professional epertise by identifying and attending professional development sessions and  courses that benefit NAAG and its members.
Possess technological savviness and a willingness to learn the unknown.
Respond well to being flexible and adaptable and handling unexpected situations quickly. 
Ability to work as a generalist legally and substantively.
Additional duties and responsibilities as determined by the needs of the Association and its members. 

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J.D. degree from an accredited law school required. 
Active Bar license and membership in good standing in a U.S. jurisdiction.
At least five years of litigation and trial (bench and jury) experience as an attorney in a dynamic legal environment, preferably that of an attorney general’s office. Will consider those from a district attorney’s office, U.S. Attorney’s office, military JAG office, or related state or federal agency. 
Experience planning and delivering legal courses and trainings for attorneys, legal practitioners, and/or law students.

This position may be considered for hybrid or remote work. 
If remote, it will require occasional travel to the NAAG headquarters in Washington, D.C. In addition, travel will be required for meetings, conferences, legal skills trainings, and other necessary Association activities. 
Any permissible remote work must adhere to the Association’s remote work policy. 

Salary range for this position is $105,000 to $115,000, commensurate with experience and budget availability. 
Exceptional benefits package which includes health, dental, vision, life/disability, long-term care, and 401k retirement plan (with an employer match and profit sharing).

Here is the link to apply:

​Mid-to-Senior Corporate Health Plan Associate Attorney
AmLaw100 Law Firm
Washington, D.C.
Job ID 2YHZ334310

An AmLaw100 law firm is seeking a Mid-to-Senior Corporate Health Plan Associate Attorney for their Washington, D.C. office. The ideal candidate will have 4-6 years of experience in health plan operations, regulation, managed care, state, and federal laws relating to health plans, provider contracting, Medicare risk adjustment, STARS, Medicaid matters, and behavioral health parity.

Work with a team of attorneys to provide clients with critical guidance on achieving their healthcare-related goals.
Advise dynamic and innovative healthcare clients across various transactional businesses.
Assist clients with strategic transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, asset and equity acquisition transactions, venture capital and private equity investments, and joint venture transactions.
Support clients with corporate and organizational workflow, including formations, capital raises, operational strategy, and contract negotiations.

Provide guidance on strategic transactions such as mergers and acquisitions, asset and equity acquisition transactions, venture capital and private equity investments, and joint venture transactions.
Assist clients with corporate and organizational workflow, including formations, capital raises, operational strategy, and contract negotiations.
Conduct legal research and analysis related to health plan operations, regulation, managed care, state, and federal laws.
Draft legal documents, including contracts, agreements, and regulatory filings.
Communicate directly with clients regularly to provide updates, gather information, and address concerns.
Take ownership of projects and work effectively as a member of a team.

Admission to the Bar in the state.
4-6 years of experience in health plan operations, regulation, managed care, state, and federal laws relating to health plans.
Knowledge of provider contracting, Medicare risk adjustment, STARS, Medicaid matters, and behavioral health parity.
Excellent oral communication, writing, research, and analytical skills.
Outstanding academic credentials from an accredited law school.

Excellent oral communication skills.
Strong writing ability.
Proficient in legal research and analysis.
Ability to work effectively as a member of a team.
Strong organizational and time management skills.

​Here is the link to apply:

Junior Associate
The Chaklader Firm
Arlington, VA 22203•Hybrid work
$50 - $75 an hour -  Contract

The Chaklader Firm (TCF), a DC-based law firm is seeking a junior attorney (2-5 years of attorney work experience) barred in D.C., Maryland and/or Virginia to support the firm on a contractual basis.

TCF is a professional legal services corporation with attorneys that cater to the complex needs of companies and individuals in Litigation, Government Contracts, Contracts & Transactional, Compliance, Non-Profit & For-Profit Set-up & Governance, and International Matters. We help clients involved in cross-border transactions navigate and comply with U.S. and International Trade laws and regulations, including U.S. Export/Import, Sanctions, Anti-Corruption, and Anti-Money Laundering requirements. Our team has designed and implemented compliance programs, conducted audits and investigations, provided training, managed litigation and achieved favorable settlements for some of the world’s largest and most complex publicly traded companies around the world, including in the United States, Canada, France, Germany, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Spain, Brazil, Japan, Singapore, Canada, and Saudi Arabia.

Ideal candidates will possess:
1. 2 to 5 years of experience in regulatory/administrative law and/or civil litigation, contracts, transactional, and business governance;
2. bar admission in D.C., Maryland, and/or Virginia;
3. exceptional attention to detail;
4. strong legal research and writing skills;
5. flexibility to support a busy and growing law firm as needed; and
6. a positive attitude.

Responsibilities will include:
1. reviewing, comprehending, learning and advising on requirements arising under various regulations including the ITAR, EAR, FAR, and DFARs;
2. drafting, reviewing and assisting in negotiating commercial contracts as may be necessary;
3. drafting and reviewing litigation to be filed in local and/or federal courts;
4. attending hearings and arguing motions;
5. attending meetings with existing and prospective clients;
6. preparing and responding to correspondence from each; and
7. performing related legal support and administrative tasks.

The firm is also seeking assistance in the review and preparation of responsive bids to Requests for Proposals (RFPs) for legal/consulting work. This requires knowledge of law as well as expertise in MS PowerPoint, MS Excel, MS Word, Smartsheet. Candidates with the skill sets mentioned above plus strong marketing backgrounds and a demonstrated aptitude with graphic arts and related software, e.g. Adobe, Canvas etc., will be given priority.

This position will occasionally require weekend and evening support.
Expected hours: 10 – 40 per week

​To apply, contact The Chaklader Firm at, or copy and paste the URL:

North Bethesda, Md.
$114,400 to $173,140/year
Job Reference #: 972688

Sodexo has an exciting new opportunity for an Attorney to join our Legal Department to support our technology team with their negotiation of technology agreements and development of technology solutions. This position will be based out of our new headquarters, located in North Bethesda, Maryland.

The successful candidate will be responsible for negotiating licensing agreements and structuring business relationships and partnerships with technology vendors.

Key responsibilities include:
Draft, review, negotiate and advise on a wide range of technology-related agreements, including software licensing, cloud services, professional services, and business alliances.
Work closely with business teams to understand their objectives, identify legal risks, and propose solutions that balance business and legal interests.
Provide legal guidance and support to cross-functional teams on matters related to technology transactions, licensing, and commercial agreements.
Research and advise on emerging legal issues and trends, best practices and regulatory developments in technology law, and provide proactive legal advice to mitigate risks and support business objectives.

Key qualifications include:
Juris Doctor degree or LL.M. (Master of Laws) from an accredited law school and admission to practice law in the United States.
Minimum of 2 years of experience practicing law with a focus on technology transactions, software licensing, and commercial agreements.
Strong communication, negotiation, and interpersonal skills, with the ability to work effectively with diverse stakeholders and across different levels of the organization.
Proven ability to work independently and collaboratively in a fast-paced, dynamic environment, with a proactive and solutions-oriented approach to problem-solving.
Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail, with the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and meet tight deadlines.
Familiarity with data protection and related privacy laws, a plus.

Here is the link to apply: