Staff Attorney or Senior Staff Attorney, Disability Rights Program
ACLU - National Office
Washington, D.C.

The ACLU seeks a full-time position of Staff Attorney or Senior Staff Attorney in the Disability Rights Program of the ACLU’s National office in San Francisco, CA, or Washington, D.C. This is a hybrid role that has in-office requirements of two (2) days per week or eight (8) days per month. 

We will review applications on a rolling basis, but priority consideration will be given to those who submit applications by May 1, 2024. 

The Disability Rights Program’s mission is to achieve an America free of discrimination against people with disabilities; where people with disabilities are valued, integrated members of society who have full access to education, homes, health care, jobs, families, voting and civic engagement. We fight to ensure that people with disabilities are no longer segregated into, and over-represented in, civil and criminal institutions such as nursing homes, psychiatric hospitals, jails, and prisons.

The ACLU has fought for decades for the rights of people with disabilities - achieving key wins to stop coerced mental health treatment and unnecessary institutionalization, as well as playing a role in the drafting of the ADA. In 2012, the ACLU established the Disability Rights Project. DRP litigates and advocates to use disability rights laws to end the overrepresentation of people with disabilities in the criminal legal system, including pursuing first of its kind litigation to ensure that municipalities provide trained, non-police responders to people experiencing mental health crises. We also litigate and advocate to promote alternatives to guardianship and to secure equal access to the ballot. We also provide support to affiliates and the National office on disability rights issues that intersect with core civil liberties. While the ACLU’s Legal Department is headquartered in New York, the Disability Rights Program is housed in the San Francisco and Washington, D.C. offices. 

Reporting to the Director of the Disability Rights Program, we seek an experienced litigator with experience in disability rights to be a core member of a small, collaborative and strong team working to advance disability rights issues that intersect with key civil liberties.

Create and implement multi-pronged strategies using litigation, public education, and legislative and policy advocacy to further the ACLU’s disability rights strategic plan
Lead litigation, including: writing pleadings and briefs, conducting discovery and motion practice, handling hearings and trials, arguing appeals in both federal and state courts, and managing litigation teams
Work with ACLU political advocacy and affiliate staff on bills in state legislatures and in Congress
Draft policy analysis designed to effect change in state and federal administrative agencies
Engage in community outreach and public speaking, including representing ACLU positions to the media and the public generally
Work closely with legal and non-legal program staff, particularly legislative, communications, advocacy, and fundraising professionals
Develop strong co-counsel relationships with other public interest lawyers and pro bono attorneys
Provide support and assistance to ACLU affiliates and cooperating attorneys.
Coach and mentor junior staff members and interns
Travel as required for litigation, legislative and policy advocacy, conferences, and public speaking.

Be committed to advancing the mission of the ACLU
Center and embed the principles of equity, inclusion and belonging in their work by demonstrating commitment to diversity with an approach that respects and values multiple perspectives
Be committed to work collaboratively and respectfully toward resolving obstacles and conflicts

J.D. degree, bar admission in one state (admission to the bar in California or D.C. will eventually be necessary)
Significant litigation experience
A demonstrated commitment to public interest law, constitutional law and/or civil rights
Ability to engage in complex legal analysis and fact investigation in impact litigation, policy and legislative advocacy settings, sometimes under tight deadlines
Superior analytic skills and excellent research skills
Demonstrated ability to write and speak clearly and persuasively
Self-motivated, diligent, and able to meet deadlines
Ability to work independently, as well as with a wide range of people, and to foster a collaborative environment

Seven or more years of experience as a litigator
Knowledge of disability rights laws, including the Rehabilitation Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the Help America Vote Act
Deep connections with the disability community
Demonstrated ability to work creatively – across disciplines – to use the law, the media, and legislation to achieve social change
Demonstrated ability to collaborate with a wide-range of civil rights organizations with diverse agendas
Ability to recognize the common factors across civil rights issues, and to creatively link advocacy strategies

The ACLU has a litigator scale that determines pay for attorneys in our Legal Department. The range of salaries are the following, based on year of law school graduation (please consult the hiring manager for specific salary details, based on individual circumstances):
0-2 years since law school graduation: $85,000-$106,182
3-5 years since law school graduation: $118,927-$140,309
6-10 years since law school graduation: $146,732- $165,531
11-15 years since law school graduation: $168,627-$178,198
16-20 years since law school graduation: $179,880-$184,512
21-25 years since law school graduation: $185,447-$189,246
26-30+ years since law school graduation: $190,158- $193,860

These salaries are reflective of positions based in Washington, DC. The salary will be subject to a locality adjustment (according to a specific city and state), if an authorization is granted to work outside of the location listed in this posting. Note that most of the salaries listed on our job postings reflect New York, NY salaries, where our National offices are headquartered.

Here is the link to apply: ​​

Attorney OGC- Litigation Lawyer with Federal Agency Experience
Sylger Corporation - Washington, DC
$61.50 - $63.50 an hour

Sylger Corporation is an equal employment opportunity company. 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.

a. The candidate must meet the following qualifications:
(1) A Juris Doctor (JD) degree from an accredited law school;
(2) Be duly licensed and authorized to practice law as an attorney under the laws of a state, territory, or the District of Columbia - (a certificate of good standing required);
(3) Three years experience practicing law in either a government environment or in suppport of a government agency.
(4) Experience in two or more of the following areas: government contracts, employment and labor law, FOIA, Privacy Act, Torts, Litigation, and Ethics;
(5) 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;
(6) Experience in effective communication with government officials resulting in positive outcomes; and
(7) Computer proficient and capable of performing complex internet and legal research using the electronic databases.
b. Work to be performed includes, but is not limited to, the following:

(1) Government Contracts.
(a) Consulting with OGC and other agency components on potential contracts, in order to address legal issues associated with agency service and supply contracts.
(b) Reviewing and analyzing current agency contracts, in order to assess whether these actions need to be revised or revisited to better address legal issues associated with the agency service and supply contracts.
(c) Drafting contract clauses, service level agreements, or other types of agreements for OGC review pertaining to CSOSA service and supply contracts.

(2) Employment, Labor Law, and General Litigation.
(a) Providing the full gamut of legal services for litigation in accordance with all administrative tribunals, i.e., EEOC, MSPB, FLRA, State or Federal Court(s). Prepare all litigation documents in response to Acknowledgement Orders and other requirements of agency policies.
(b) Performing tasks for pretrial preparation and case management to ensure that all paperwork is completed and filed in accordance with established timeframes.
(c) Ensuring written discovery documents and witnesses are identified and prepped as needed for trial in advance of court deadlines in support of the Government's case.
(d) Developing a case analysis outlining the strengths and weaknesses of the case, including recommendations on litigation or settlement, and provide it to the OGC designated representative for determination in moving forward. The "OGC designated representative" is defined as the OGC government attorney who assigns the task.
(e) Assisting in presenting the Government's case to ensure that all evidence and testimony necessary to support the Government's case is included on the record and all other tasks identified in order to successfully prepare and defend agency's position before any administrative tribunal, State or Federal Court(s).

(3) Ethics.
(a) Developing and conducting Annual and periodic ethics training.
(b) Maintaining, distributing, and collecting financial disclosure reports.
(c) Reviewing for technical completeness (but not certifying) financial disclosure reports.
(d) Preparing the draft version of written ethics advice or an advisory opinion, to be issued by an ethics official who is a Government employee.
(e) Receiving, reviewing, and granting requests for disclosure of public financial disclosure reports (SF 278s), in accordance with relevant laws and regulations.
(f) Receiving and conducting an initial review of outside activity forms.

(4) Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)/Privacy Act.
(a) Advise on FOIA and Privacy Act concerning aspects of interpretation, applicability, and compliance with federal law relating to the release of information.
(b) Receiving, reviewing, and providing draft opinions regarding complex questions involving FOIA in accordance with relevant laws and regulations.
(c) Receiving, reviewing, and preparing draft opinions regarding releases of information under the Privacy Act.

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)

Here is the link to apply:

Junior Government Contracts Associate Attorney
Washington, D.C.

Job ID E6VM323660

A law firm is seeking a Junior Government Contracts Associate Attorney with 2-3 years of experience. The ideal candidate should have a background in bid protests, claims, disputes, and related litigation. The role requires federal procurement counseling expertise in areas such as GSA Schedule, National Security, ITAR, or Cybersecurity. Strong writing skills are essential for success in this position.

Handle bid protests, claims, disputes, and related litigation.
Provide federal procurement counseling with a focus on GSA Schedule, National Security, ITAR, or Cybersecurity issues.
Utilize strong writing skills to draft legal documents and communicate effectively.

2-3 years of government contracts experience.
Experience in bid protests, claims, disputes, and federal procurement counseling.
Knowledge of GSA Schedule, National Security, ITAR, or Cybersecurity issues.
Strong writing skills for legal document drafting and effective communication.

Certifications: Relevant certifications in government contracts law are a plus.

Proficient in handling bid protests, claims, and disputes.
Federal procurement counseling expertise.
Familiarity with GSA Schedule, National Security, ITAR, or Cybersecurity issues.
Strong written communication skills.

Here is the link to apply:

Employment Litigation Attorney
Alan Lescht and Associates, P.C.
Washington, D.C.

$110,000 - $170,000 a year
Alan Lescht and Associates, PC is looking to hire an Employment Litigation Attorney with at least 4 years of employment law and/or litigation experience.

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.

Compensation and opportunities for growth:
We offer a competitive salary commensurate with experience and generous benefits, including employer paid healthcare and 401k pension plan, and we offer a hybrid work-from-home and in-office arrangement. At Alan Lescht and Associates PC, you will receive the opportunity to quickly advance your career by demonstrating excellence, a commitment to growth, and a passion for civil rights and employment law.

Here is the link to apply:

Mid-Level to Senior Family Law Attorney
Fait & DiLima, LLP
Rockville, Md.

$125,000 – $140,000 annually (DOE)
We are a Family Law Firm in Rockville, MD. We are looking for a mid-level to senior Attorney who is experienced, has a passion for helping people who are going through divorce and custody battles, and loves to litigate.
This attorney must be ready to hit the ground running to give our clients outstanding representation. We are looking for an attorney who can demonstrate their history of building trusted relationships with their clients and prove they know their way around a courtroom.
We offer a competitive salary with a compensation package that includes base salary plus bonus compensation for production and performance if you exceed quarterly billing requirements.

The Job:
Take ownership of a client’s case – discovery, pleadings, motions, experts, depositions, mediation, pretrial hearings, motion hearings, and trials.
Conduct consultations, client meetings, and recommend strategies.
Delegate work to paralegals and legal assistants and monitor their work.
This role will be a hybrid-remote position following the 90-day onboarding period.

The Essentials:
Contribute to developing the strategy of a case and know where to find the rules of procedure and case law to back up that case strategy.
Find your way around the courtroom and project confidence and competence when dealing with people on behalf of our clients.
Know how to read financial statements, understand equitable distribution, and able to put together a custody access plan.
Help clients understand whether they really want to spend $500 to fight with their ex over a $50 lamp.
If you see a case file as an opportunity to help someone build a new life, you’ll like the way we think.
Skills and experience are important and valued, but your personality, character, intelligence, and integrity are also extremely important considerations.

JD Law Degree from an accredited university.
5+ years Family Law Experience.
Litigation experience a must.
Strong Legal Research and writing skills.

How to Apply:
If this exciting opportunity appeals to you, we look forward to meeting you. Please follow these instructions. APPLICATIONS THAT DO NOT FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED. In addition to providing your resume, please include a cover letter that (1) explains why you practice family law; (2) what you believe are the three most important qualities or values for an attorney working with people going through a divorce and/or custody matter; (3) provide the names and contact information for three professional references who are familiar with your quality of work (supervisor, co-counsel, opposing counsel, and/or judge); and (4) provide writing samples of your previous work.

Please include your resume, cover letter, references, and writing samples and send them to
Please — NO TELEPHONE calls.

Attorney Advisor (Secretariat to the Commission) 
National Capital Planning Commission
Washington, D.C.

The Attorney Advisor serves as the principal legal officer for the Commission and as such renders legal advice and services with respect to questions, regulations, practices in community planning, architecture, zoning, project and plan review, environmental, transportation, open space, landmark preparation or other matters within the scope and mandate of the National Capital Planning Commission. The Attorney Advisor also serves as Secretary to the Commission and presides over the meeting proceedings as parliamentarian and works with the Director of the Planning Services Division to organize pre-and post-meeting preparation of documents memorializing decisions and actions taken. The Attorney-Advisor will report directly to the Executive Director and Commission Chair on sensitive agency administrative or legal matters.

Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:

Providing legal advice to the Commission and its staff on the Commission's statutory powers, duties, and functions regarding legal questions in the fields of planning, environmental protection, historic preservation, transportation, and other related fields.
Serving as parliamentarian at meetings of the Commission.
Reviewing and preparing proposed and pending litigation reports, administrative records, pleadings, and briefs for, or together with, the Department of Justice and other parties in civil litigation and preparing records and pleadings for representing the agency's case in administrative litigation. 
Administering the agency Ethics Program, including preparing legal opinions, providing ethics advice to the Commission and staff, reviewing financial disclosure reports, ensuring Commission members and staff receive annual ethics training, and preparing and submitting required reports to the Department of Justice Office of Information Policy. 
Conducting legal research on a variety of federal planning, land use, administrative law and other legal areas pertinent to the Commission.
Processing requests and keeping necessary records under the Freedom of Information Act and providing necessary reports to the Department of Justice.
Promulgating and publishing all orders, rules and regulations of the Commission and prescribing the issuance date for these unless the Commission prescribes such date.
Responding to inquiries from parties concerning pending proceedings and requests for interpretations of Commission orders, rules, regulations, and decisions. 

Conditions of Employment:
Must be a U.S. Citizen or National.
Males born after 12-31-59 must be registered for Selective Service.
Must be suitable for Federal employment, as determined by background investigation.
May be required to successfully complete a probationary period.

Bar Membership: Applicants must currently be an active member in good standing of the bar of a state, territory, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico or a federal court of general jurisdiction. Applicants are responsible for submitting proof of minimum qualifications such as J.D. bar membership information (institution name, state(s) for bar, and dates) in their respective application packages. Failure to supply details will constitute an incomplete application. All qualification requirements must be met by the closing date of this announcement.

Post J.D. Experience: Applicants must also possess at least 3 years of post J.D. experience.

Specialized experience: Subsequent to graduation from law school, applicants must have at least one year of specialized experience as a practicing attorney equivalent to the GS-13 level in the federal service. Specialized experience includes conducting research, providing legal advice, and preparing written opinions involving a variety of complex legal matters in areas related to the agency's mission, such as land use and real estate law, in addition to administrative law and the Freedom of Information Act.
Here is the link to apply:

Senior Attorney: Estate Planning with Business Law experience
The Geller Law Group
Fairfax, VA 22033•Hybrid work
$125,000 - $160,000 a year -  Full-time
Pay in top 20% for this field

The Geller Law Group is an award-winning, mid-sized law firm in Northern Virginia looking to hire an Estate Planning Attorney with business law experience who will work in both our estate planning practice group (~70%) and business practice group (~30%). This position is full-time and may be performed remotely. Virginia law license is required (DC and/or Maryland is a bonus).

Our mission is to provide clients with an exemplary level of legal services and expertise at an affordable rate. Our firm’s mission and size lend itself to the personal and prompt service one expects from their legal counsel. Must be a self-starter and possess excellent communication and organizational skills. Our expectations include that you have the ability to quickly learn new tasks, think ahead, work independently, be detail and deadline oriented, and work well with others.

Required Skills & Experience
5+ years of business law and/or estate planning experience;
Substantive experience working with business start-ups;
Knowledge and ability to draft business contracts such as client services contracts, employee/independent contractor agreements, buy/sell agreements, etc;
Familiarity with trademarks & IP issues relating to small business is a plus;
Experience working with clients regarding all aspects of estate planning such as consultations, designing a plan that will best fit the client’s needs, drafting the plan, and counseling and explaining the plan to the client, etc;
Experience with drafting and counseling clients on advance estate planning documents (i.e. ILITs, CRUTs, SNTs) is a plus;
Experience with trust administration and probate is a plus;

· Prior experience working at a law firm in a similar position is required;

Ability to supervise work performed by junior associates, paralegals, legal assistant and/or paralegals;
VA law license is required. DC &/or MD a bonus.

Here is the link to apply:

Attorney at Law
Lieberman & Mark, PLLC
818 Connecticut Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20006
From $120,000 a year -  Full-time

Lieberman & Mark is a small DC-based law firm, engaged solely in the practice of veterans disability benefits. It is seeking a qualified attorney to handle appeals pending before the various Regional Offices of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, the Board of Veterans' Appeals, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims. Duties will include record review, case development, research, legal writing and advocacy, client and third-party communication, and supervision. Strong analytical and excellent communication skills required.

Salary: $120k minimum, commensurate with experience.
Benefits: Paid Time Off, Health Insurance, 401K Contributions, Discretionary Bonus
Administrative Law experience required (minimum of 3 years), preferred Veterans Disability Benefits Law experience.

To Apply:
Qualified individuals should submit cover letter and resume. Applications submitted without a cover letter will not be considered.
No telephone or in-person inquiries.
This is NOT a telework position.
Here is the link to apply:

​Attorney - Senior Associate Counsel

UMWA Health & Retirement Funds
Washington, DC 20037•Hybrid work

The United Mine Workers of America Health and Retirement Funds (the Funds) has an immediate opening for an in-house attorney with experience in some or all of the following areas: qualified employer pension plans, employer health & welfare plans, labor and employment, litigation. The Funds is a group of six multiemployer plans that provide pension and health benefits primarily to retired union coal miners and their eligible dependents.

The attorney’s principal responsibilities will involve providing legal advice to the Funds’ Trustees and staff regarding all aspects of administering an employee benefit plan. Duties include, but are not limited to:
· provides legal advice regarding ERISA compliance, benefits eligibility, tax, and contracts;
· represents the organization in litigation involving benefits eligibility and delinquent employer contributions and bankruptcy proceedings;
· advises the Funds on matters that relate to HIPAA, Medicare compliance, and various laws applicable to health plans;
· researches legal issues, drafts legal memoranda, drafts, reviews and interprets legal documents; and
· monitors and ensures compliance with applicable statutes and regulations, applies and interprets statutes and regulations and recommends appropriate action.

Candidates should possess superior analytical and writing skills, be self-motivated and detail-oriented. Preferred candidates will have knowledge of ERISA and Internal Revenue Code, plus up to 3-10 years of related experience and/or training. Candidates must possess a law degree (J.D.) and bar admission.

Here is the link to apply:

Federal Employment Consultation Attorney
Tully Rinckey PLLC
2001 L St NW Ste 902, Washington, DC 20036
$110,000 - $130,000 a year -  Full-time

Tully Rinckey is one of the nation’s largest federal sector labor and employment law firms and is seeking a competent and experienced Federal Employment Consultation Attorney to join our fast-growing team of accomplished lawyers in providing top-quality legal services.

You will join a team of full-time and part-time consult attorneys serving as an initial point of contact for screened clients looking to learn more about how our firm’s team of attorneys can help them achieve their legal goals.

Our federal employment law team has over 200 years of experience practicing federal employment law and routinely discusses emerging issues, legal challenges, unique fact patterns, and client management issues. You will be a key team member in developing winning legal strategies and managing client expectations throughout the onboarding process.

Ideal candidates will possess broad federal employment law experience, sound judgment, exceptional communication and interpersonal skills, and a demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with a team of senior leadership and management in providing quality legal services. The position requires knowledge in areas including but not limited to federal EEO law, MSPB representation, OSC and whistleblower representation, adverse actions, federal appeals, and more.

With the full backing of our deep and experienced support staff team, you will be able to focus squarely on the practice of law while our highly skilled management team navigates the challenges that come with the business side of law on your behalf.

About Us:
Tully Rinckey is a national, full-service law firm that bases its commitment to client service on developing intimate knowledge of each client’s needs and objectives.

Since the firm’s inception, our goal has been to provide the highest quality legal services to individuals and businesses throughout the country. We’ve been on the Inc. 5000 list of America’s fastest-growing private companies eight times, and business journals have recognized our professionally stimulating and supportive work environment as one of the “Best Places to Work.” With a growing team of over 130 employees and offices nationwide, we understand and have proven the ability to expand practice groups and highlight the personal success of our attorneys.

Curious as to why you should choose Tully Rinckey? Visit our careers page ( to learn more about us.

Quality candidates will have 10+ years of consultation or legal practice experience in federal employment law and be well-versed in various aspects of federal employment law. Consult attorneys within the firm are responsible for initial consultations with potential new clients, setting expectations for their legal matter, and describing how the firm’s team of attorneys can help them achieve their goals.

The consultation attorney must be understanding, articulate, and have strong oral communication skills. The attorney must also be licensed to practice law in one state jurisdiction in the United States.

Benefits: The firm has a remote work policy and procedure for attorneys working outside of the office. The firm offers five different firm-subsidized health insurance plans: telemedicine, dental, vision, accidental, AD&D, critical illness, hospital indemnity, short-term disability, long-term disability, term life insurance, health savings account, flexible spending account, dependent care FSA, employee assistance program, medical benefits abroad, commuter benefits, and various employee perks and discounts. In addition, employees are eligible to participate in the company's 401(k), which includes a competitive match.

Here is the link to apply:

SEC, M&A & Executive Compensation Attorney (Part-Time)
Remote Legal Staffing 
LOD’s client, a prominent global project consulting and staffing organization, has an immediate opening on its legal team for an attorney with a background in SEC filings, mergers and acquisitions, and executive compensation matters. The ideal candidate will have worked for a publicly traded company before, and will be comfortable working with a Board.

This is a contract, fully remote, part-time opportunity with an estimated weekly time commitment of 15-20 hours per week. It has an anticipated duration of six months. The candidate must hold an active law license from any U.S. jurisdiction.
The pay rate for this role is $85 per hour.

Here is the link to apply:

Claims Attorney, Cyber (Insurance)
Tokio Marine HCC

The Tokio Marine HCC – Cyber & Professional Lines Group’s Cyber Claims Team is seeking a self-motivated attorney to join our growing Claims Department and manage first and third-party claims, including class action litigation, arising under various specialty Cyber, Technology Errors and Omissions, and other professional liability policies. If you are seeking to enhance your legal career or insurance industry experience in a fast-paced, ever-expanding company, we have an exciting opportunity to join the Cyber & Professional Lines Group’s Cyber Claims Team. 

Tokio Marine HCC – Cyber & Professional Lines Group, a member of the Tokio Marine group of companies, is a long-time industry leader in offering cyber, technology errors and omissions (E&O), employment practices insurance, miscellaneous professional liability, contractors’ professional liability, architects and engineers, scientists’ liability, allied professional liability, sexual misconduct, and tenant discrimination insurance products.  We are looking for a qualified individual to join our Cyber Claims Team.

Position Overview:
This position involves interpretation of coverage and requires collaboration with outside counsel and vendors in analyzing and resolving claims within designated limits of authority. This includes investigation, analyses of liability and damages exposure, drafting and issuance of coverage position letters, and development of strategies for resolution of litigated and non-litigated first and third-party claims.  The Claims Attorney is also responsible for determination of probable loss exposure and establishment of reserves, as well as maintenance of claim files and documents in accordance with Company policy and procedure. This position will report into the claims management team based in our Encino, CA office and will work claims with limited supervision from his or her desk.  

Performance Objectives:
1.      Gain an understanding of the insurance policies and procedures: During the first 30 days, understand how the Cyber & Professional Lines Group Claims Department operates within the Tokio Marine HCC structure through direct training and interactions with different claims staff, underwriters, and brokers. 
2.      Be proficient with internal systems and processes: During the first 30 days, be able to navigate the claims systems and claims of limited complexity and exposure. 
3.      Be proficient in insured/broker communications: During the first 60 to 90 days, develop confidence in contacting insureds, performing independent investigations, and communicating the Company’s coverage position. 
4.      Building confidence: During the first 60 - 90 days, be able to manage all aspects of a growing inventory of claims while working more independently. 
5.      Develop independent working environment: Within 6 months, work independently drafting own coverage letters, completing authority requests when needed, and resolving claims as appropriate within authority with limited management oversight. 

Educational requirements 
·         Juris Doctor (J.D.) 
·         Minimum two (2) to (5) years of relevant legal experience or two-plus (2+) years of relevant claims handling experience. 
·         Cyber Claims Handling experience is a plus 
Technical Skills 
·   Intermediate proficiency and experience in Microsoft Office Suite, specifically Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. 
Key Competencies 
·         Excellent written and verbal communication skills. 
·         Advanced organizational and analytical skills with high attention to detail. 
·         Ability to work independently, managing time and resources to accomplish multiple tasks in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment. 
·         Strong interpersonal and negotiation skills. 
·         Ability to conduct oneself professionally in varied business settings. 
Travel Expectations (if applicable) 
·         Travel up to 10%. 

Here is the link to apply:

Senior Attorney/Partner - Technology, Privacy & Data Security
National Boutique Law Firm
100% remote from CA, IL, TX or DC

$240,000 - $280,000
Managed by Jobot Pro: Karyn Spies

National boutique law firm with a focus on the intersection of privacy and data security, advertising and marketing, and technology. They advise clients ranging from Fortune 100 corporations to start-ups and ranked both globally and nationally. The firm’s partners previously led teams at large national law firms and in-house, and their lawyers are well-known in the firm’s core practice areas.

Why join us?
Origination fees
Low billable requirement (1350 hours)
Partner-level opportunities
Remote work
Medical, dental, vision, and disability insurance
Paid maternity / paternity leave

Job DetailsResponsibilities:
Advise clients on data security and privacy compliance.
Draft privacy and data security-related policies and agreements. 
Draft and negotiate privacy (including DPAs), advertising, online advertising and/or technology contracts.

8+ years as an attorney practicing in Technology and/or Privacy & Data Security law.
Portable book worth at least $500,000
Admitted to practice in California, Illinois, Texas, and/or Washington D.C.
Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school.
Ability to travel for internal and client meetings as expected.

Experience in a specific industry such as online gambling or alcohol.
Deep understanding of numerous data security and data privacy laws and regulations.

Here is the link to apply:,+D.C.&j=f46ffc5e01

World Bank Group
Washington, D.C.

Job #: req26547

Do you want to build a career that is truly worthwhile? Working at the World Bank provides a unique opportunity for you to help our clients solve their greatest development challenges. The World Bank consists of two entities – the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) and the International Development Association (IDA). It is a global development cooperative owned by 189 member countries. As the largest development bank in the world, the World Bank provides loans, guarantees, risk management products, and advisory services to middle-income and creditworthy low-income countries, and coordinates responses to regional and global challenges. Visit     

The WBG sanctions regime consists of a two-tier system. The WBG Sanctions Board, an independent administrative tribunal, is the second and final tier. The Sanctions Board provides transparency and accountability through full and fair de novo review of all sanctions cases contested from the first tier. The Sanctions Board considers additional evidence and arguments from the parties, resolves all evidentiary and procedural disputes, holds oral hearings, and issues final and public decisions. The Sanctions Board is composed of seven external independent members who are top jurists and development experts. The Sanctions Board members are nominated by the WBG President and appointed by the Board of Executive Director for a term of up to six years. Sanctions Board members do not report to WBG Management.

The Sanctions board Secretariat (SBS) is a professional secretariat to the Sanctions Board. SBS facilitates the Sanctions Board’s decision making and functions as a liaison between its independent members and other WBG departments. SBS is managed by the Executive Secretary and consists of a legal team which provides legal, strategic, and administrative support and advice to the Sanctions Board. SBS assists the Sanctions Board in reviewing cases, issuing decisions, holding hearings, facilitating deliberations, and liaising with relevant stakeholders within the WBG and in the international development community.

Duties and Responsibilities
The Counsel will be expected to take primary responsibility to thoroughly, precisely, and efficiently analyze legal arguments and factual records in sanctions cases and draft legal and policy memoranda, other briefing materials, decisions, correspondence, and presentations in English to the highest standard. The Counsel is also expected to conduct research, assist in policy matters, and participate in outreach initiatives. The Counsel will be expected to handle tasks independently and maintain ownership from initiation through final completion with the supervision of the Executive Secretary and/or the Senior Counsel, as appropriate.
The Counsel’s duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

I. Case Work
• Assume primary responsibility for assigned cases pending before the Sanctions Board by providing legal advice and support to the Sanctions Board Chair and Board Members, including by managing case records and deadlines and preparing case correspondence, detailed briefing packages, interim determinations and final decisions that are of the highest quality and completed in accordance with service delivery standards and deadlines.
• Draft legal documents on a wide range of complex legal, procedural, and evidentiary issues.
• Conduct research and analysis of cross-cutting issues across cases and help to ensure and implement consistent approaches and standards.

II. Policy Work 
• Play a role in handling policy issues and initiatives as needed to establish and maintain an appropriate policy framework for the Sanctions Board.
• Monitor and contribute to discussions with internal and external stakeholders regarding World Bank Group sanctions reforms and other institutional developments relevant to the Sanctions Board’s work.
• Assist in developing, drafting, and communicating policy inputs on behalf of the Sanctions Board and Secretariat, including case management, unit administration, communications, and membership issues. 
• Help design, document, implement, and monitor the Secretariat’s use of clear and efficient policies and procedures, such as with respect to case management, unit administration, communications, and membership issues.

III. Outreach Initiatives
• Support outreach efforts to better communicate the role of the Sanctions Board inside and outside the Bank Group, including through the Sanctions Board’s website, presentations, publications, participation in learning events, and other knowledge-sharing as appropriate.
• Keep abreast of global anti-corruption standards, scholarship, and best practices, and enable SBS to contribute strategically through publications/other activities.
• Assist in liaising with other international organizations, particularly the regional multilateral development banks participating in cross-debarment with the World Bank Group, to further harmonize approaches and share lessons learned.

Selection Criteria
• JD, LLB, LLM, or equivalent. 
• Admission to the Bar (or equivalent) in at least one jurisdiction. 
• Minimum of five (5) years of relevant experience in the field of law with a focus on governance/anticorruption, litigation/international arbitration or analogous dispute resolution processes, and high-level legal analysis and writing.  Experience in an international organization is desirable. 
• Demonstrated practical experience writing in English to the highest standard.
• Demonstrated ability to analyze complex or novel policy and legal issues and extensive evidentiary records thoroughly, precisely, and efficiently. 
• Demonstrated ability to handle legal research, legal writing, and other communications with precision, clarity, and refinement. 
• Familiarity with the World Bank Group’s sanctions system, and particularly the Sanctions Board’s operations, precedent, and legal and policy framework. 
• Familiarity with other international anti-corruption and institutional sanctions frameworks, including the sanctions and integrity regimes of other multilateral development banks. 

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