Supervising Attorney
Bread for the City
Southeast Center, Washington, D.C.

Salary Range: $75,000.00 To 80,000.00 Annually

The mission of Bread for the City is to help Washington, D.C. residents living with low income to develop the power to determine the future of their own communities. We provide food, clothing, medical care, and legal and social services to reduce the burden of poverty. We seek justice through community organizing and public advocacy. We work to uproot racism, a major cause of poverty. We are committed to treating our clients with the dignity and respect that all people deserve. 

Bread for the City’s Legal Clinic works to ensure better access to justice for individuals in our nation’s capital. The Legal Clinic provides front-line civil legal services primarily in housing, family, immigration, and public benefits law. Our housing law practice includes defending tenants against complaints for possession of real estate, affirmative litigation on behalf of tenants and tenant associations, representation at administrative agencies, and advice and counsel in a variety of housing-related matters. 

Position Description:
Bread for the City’s housing practice consists of 13 housing attorneys, 1 half-time associate loaned from an area law firm and 2 paralegals. Currently, attorneys are working remotely, providing assistance to tenants through the Landlord Tenant Legal Assistance Network, a collaborative project with 5 other legal services providers in the District. Prior to remote work, our attorneys staffed an office at the Landlord/Tenant Branch of D.C. Superior Court and provided immediate representation to tenants they met for the first time at a critical point in their landlord-tenant case (many of those cases were retained by our clinic for continued representation). Our practice is fast-paced, high-energy and requires the commitment of someone who is able to multitask, as typically attorneys represent 2-3 clients at each in-court appearance. Until March 2020, attorneys in this practice were generally in court 1-2 times per week with the remainder of their time spent completing ongoing casework. Currently, the court is only holding remote hearings, and we are not operating out of the courthouse office. In addition to our representation of tenants in D.C. Superior Court, attorneys may take on administrative hearing work representing participants in federal subsidy programs or at the District’s Office of Administrative Hearings. 

Bread for the City seeks a dedicated lawyer with 5-7 years of post J.D. experience to assist our three other Supervising Attorneys and Managing Attorney in leading our housing team. In addition to responsibilities around staff development, mentoring and training of staff, loaned associates, pro bono attorneys, and law clerks, supervising attorneys at Bread for the City represent clients and maintain a caseload.  

Finally, the Supervising Attorney will help support housing-related advocacy and policy reform efforts in the District through participation in various stakeholder groups, legislative reform efforts and outreach/tenant education events. The Legal Clinic seeks to fill the vacancy as soon as possible. 

Member of the D.C. Bar or eligible to practice under D.C. Court of Appeals Rule 49(c)(9);
At least 5-7 years of post J.D. legal experience including at least 3 years of litigation experience; 
At least 4 years of  housing law expertise/practice, preferably focused in DC; 
At least 2 years of supervisory experience;
Prior experience in a legal services or other public interest setting;
Ability to independently perform legal analysis and train staff attorneys in doing the same;  
Excellent interpersonal and management skills;
Excellent organizational, analytical, and research skills; 
Ability to communicate effectively in oral and written communication;
Excellent negotiation skills;
Ability to proceed effectively in court with little time for preparation;
Good judgment;
High degree of flexibility;
Sense of humor, seriously;
Ability to work with and lead other staff and interact with a wide variety of people, including volunteers, in a professional and collaborative manner;
Demonstrated commitment to social, economic, and racial justice and/or willingness to learn and carry out Bread for the City’s commitments in these areas;
Comfortable working in an open work environment, with no private offices for staff (once remote work ends); 
Familiarity with Google Organization & Productivity tools (Gmail, Google Docs, Calendar) and/or ability to learn new technology systems; and
Bilingual (Spanish/English) skills preferred but not required.

Compensation: Bread for the City offers a generous benefits package. Details are available at Supervising Attorney salaries start at $75,000 for a minimum of 5 years legal experience and include an additional $1,000 for every additional year of legal experience capped at $5,000 (or 5 additional years). Legal experience is defined as paid work for which a JD is required and at least 32 hours per week worked. Also, the D.C. Bar Foundation offers a Loan Repayment Assistance Program to qualified Bread for the City attorneys, providing renewable one-year, interest-free, forgivable loans, of up to $12,000 per year. For more information see

Bread for the City is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, sexual orientation, family responsibility, physical or mental disability, medical condition, status as a veteran, or any other category protected by applicable federal, state, or local law, except where a bona fide occupational qualification applies.  

To apply: You must complete an application through Bread for the City’s ADP portal. Go to and click on the "Supervising Attorney" position. Then select "apply" at the top right hand corner to register for a login and apply for the position. Please upload a resume and cover letter through this online application process even if you found the listing for the position on another platform. If a cover letter is not attached the application may not be reviewed. Only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. No phone calls, please.

Corporate Associate - Mid-Level or Senior
Miles & Stockbridge
Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Rockville, Tysons Corner

Miles & Stockbridge, a Mid-Atlantic based Am Law 200 firm, has openings in its highly regarded Corporate & Securities Practice Group for Maryland, DC and/or Virginia barred lawyers with between 3-7+ years of experience in mergers & acquisitions, entity formation drafting operating/shareholders agreements, drafting and negotiation of commercial agreements and/or general corporate matters. Securities and public company experience a plus.

The candidate should be able to support transactions and commercial matters with moderate supervision from senior associates and principals. The candidate could reside in our D.C., Baltimore, Rockville or Tysons Corner office; provided, that we anticipate a majority of the individual's work, in the short term, would originate from the Baltimore office.

Candidates should be highly motivated and ready to work hard. Preferred candidates will have some public company counseling experience, be capable of working independently, have high academic credentials, and be eager to contribute to a growing practice. All resumes will be held in the strictest confidence, and should be emailed, along with a cover letter, to Jernee Bramble with “Corporate Associate” in the subject line.

Miles & Stockbridge is committed to cultivating an environment that embraces and promotes diversity as a fundamental value. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, as a condition of employment, Miles & Stockbridge P.C. requires all employees to be fully vaccinated. An employee is considered fully vaccinated two weeks after receiving the second dose of a two-dose COVID-19 vaccine or one week after receiving a single-dose COVID-19 vaccine. All newly hired employees will be required to provide proof of vaccination

For more information: Please email
Here is the link to apply:

Associate General Counsel - Safety and Integrity
U.S.A. - Remote Work

Facebook seeks a highly motivated, team player to serve as Associate General Counsel, Safety & Integrity. The position will report to the Director & Associate General Counsel, Safety. This is a great opportunity to join a growing team and to work on novel issues in an exciting, fast-paced environment.
Associate General Counsel, Safety & Integrity Responsibilities

Serve as the company’s subject matter expert on legal obligations related to online safety and integrity issues, including, but not limited to, child safety and human exploitation (e.g., sex trafficking, human smuggling, domestic servitude, illegal adoption), terrorism & violent extremism, scams and fraud
Develop and implement global policies relating to safety and integrity
Champion safety & integrity by design in product development
Support Legal and Public Policy teams’ engagement with regulators and legislators on safety issues
Collaborate with members of Public Policy, Communications, Legal, Global Operations, Product, Engineering, Compliance and others on safety and integrity matters

Minimum Qualifications:
JD degree or foreign equivalent and membership in at least one US state bar
8+ years of legal experience, including government, in-house and/or law firm experience advising technology companies
Litigation experience

Preferred Qualifications:
Experience working with Safety NGOs such as NCMEC and industry trade associations
Experience with the Stored Communications Act, 18 USC §2258A, SESTA-FOSTA, CDA 230 and other user generated content-based regulations
Direct experience working with U.S. law enforcement authorities

Here is the link to apply:​

Senior Corporate Counsel
Rimini Street, Inc.
U.S.A. - Remote Work
Job ID: 2021-9674

Rimini Street, Inc. (Nasdaq: RMNI) is a global provider of enterprise software products and services, the leading third-party support provider for Oracle and SAP software products and a Salesforce partner. The Company offers premium, ultra-responsive and integrated application management and support services that enable enterprise software licensees to save significant costs, free up resources for innovation and achieve better business outcomes. To date, more than 4,000 Fortune 500, Fortune Global 100, midmarket, public sector and other organizations from a broad range of industries have relied on Rimini Street as their trusted application enterprise software products and services provider. 

The company is widely recognized by clients, leading industry analysts (including Gartner, Forrester, Constellation Research and Nucleus), and financial analysts as the leader in a large, fast growing market with tremendous upside and an extremely strong value proposition that resonates with CIOs and CFOs.
We actively seek a Senior Corporate Counsel. This is a remote posistion and can be based anywhere in the U.S.

We’re building something special at Rimini Street. A company where people care about each other and trust each other to do the right thing. A company where highly intelligent and talented people come together to do challenging and meaningful work that makes a real difference to our clients, ending each day with a sense of achievement and balance in their lives.

The Senior Corporate Counsel will have primary responsibility for negotiating a wide variety of commercial transactions to which the company is a party, including client services agreements, vendor agreements, and other significant commercial transactions.  The Senior Corporate Counsel will ensure that the company’s commercial transactions receive appropriate review by the Legal department and other departments as necessary (e.g., Finance, Compliance, Service Delivery, etc.), are compliant with company’s policies and risk tolerances, and reflect the best practices of in-house commercial transactions legal teams.
The Senior Corporate Counsel will also be responsible for other legal services and advice as needed based on Rimini Street’s diverse and evolving needs. 
This position will report to the Vice President & Assistant General Counsel, NAMER Transactions.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Draft, review, negotiate and close a wide variety of commercial contracts with the company’s clients, suppliers, strategic partners and vendors
Work closely with business partners in Sales, Marketing, IT, Service Delivery and other organizations within Rimini Street to successfully close transactions in a manner consistent with company’s policies and best interests
Mentor other team members
Provide other legal services and advice to the company as needed 

Experience, Skills and Desired Attributes:
At least 6 years of relevant experience as a commercial transactions attorney in private practice, in-house, or preferably a mix of both (or equivalent experience)
Experience and demonstrated competence in complex commercial contracting and transactions practice management
Experience with both private and public companies preferred
Familiarity with tech or IP industry preferred
Ability to perform the essential duties and responsibilities of the position, as described above and as modified from time to time based on Rimini Street’s diverse and evolving needs
Exceptional written and verbal communications skills
Fluency in English, both written and verbal. 
Excellent judgment and sound decision-making
Ability to interface professionally and effectively with all levels of personnel internally and externally, up to and including senior executives and other key personnel
Ability to work both independently as well as collaboratively as a team player
Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
Ability to manage multiple priorities with a “can do” attitude and collegial, collaborative tone
Proactive, organized, self-motivated and self-disciplined work ethic, with the ability to re-prioritize in “real time” when faced with competing pressures and demands on time
Ability to succeed in a fast-paced, emerging tech company environment
Experience supporting an internal sales organization strongly preferred
Experience working for a tech company preferred
Experience handling intellectual property and professional technology issues preferred
Experience working remotely from a home office a plus
Outgoing and confident personality, friendly demeanor, positive attitude and great sense of humor
Occasional domestic and international travel required

Competitive compensation, bonus, stock options and benefits
Company pays annual professional dues/license fees and provides membership in the Association of Corporate Counsel

Here is the link to apply:

Associate General Counsel - Security
Washington, D.C.

We’re Coinbase. We’re the world’s most trusted way to join the crypto revolution, serving more than 73 million accounts in more than 100 countries. 

Our mission is to increase economic freedom around the world, and we couldn’t do this without hiring the best people. We’re a group of hard-working overachievers who are deeply focused on building the future of finance and Web 3.0 for our users across the globe, whether they’re trading, storing, staking or using crypto. Know those people who always lead the group project? That’s us.

There are a few things we look for across all hires we make at Coinbase, regardless of role or team. First, we look for candidates who will thrive in a culture like ours, where we default to trust, embrace feedback, and disrupt ourselves. Second, we expect all employees to commit to our mission-focused approach to our work. Finally, we seek people who are excited to learn about and live crypto, because those are the folks who enjoy the intense moments in our sprint and recharge work culture.

Ready to #LiveCrypto? Who you are:
You’ve got good vibes. You’re optimistic about the future and determined to get there. 
You’re never tired of learning. You want to be a pro in bleeding edge tech like DeFi, NFTs, DAOs, and Web 3.0. 
You appreciate direct communication. You’re both an active communicator and an eager listener - because let’s face it, you can’t have one without the other. You’re cool with candid feedback and see every setback as an opportunity to grow.
You can pivot on the fly. Crypto is constantly evolving, so our priorities do, too. What you worked on last month may not be what you work on today, and that excites you. You’re not looking for a boring job.
You have a “can do” attitude. Our teams create high-quality work on quick timelines. Owning a problem doesn’t scare you, but rather empowers you to take 100% responsibility for achieving our mission.
You want to be part of a winning team. We’re stronger together, and you’re a person who embraces being pushed out of your comfort zone. 

We are looking for an exceptional attorney to partner with our global Security team to provide critical legal guidance on security issues.  You will work on some of the most exciting and challenging legal issues that impact fast-growth technology companies.  You will collaborate with senior leaders to provide legal counsel on cybersecurity requirements and controls, security policies and guidelines, security representations and agreements, and shape processes to manage global security risks and compliance across the company.  

What you’ll be doing (ie. job duties):
Deliver security legal advice to our Security and Legal teams. 
Ensure our cybersecurity controls comply with global requirements, including those for financial services.
Review and provide guidance on security plans and audits, including security certifications.
Support bug bounty programs.
Support and counsel our Security team on information sharing and threat mitigation. 
Maintain and support security policies and guidelines.
Track the rapidly changing landscape of global security laws and standards, and translate them into clear requirements and actionable guidance for business and product stakeholders. 
Participate in large, cross-functional projects involving security.
Partner with the Security and Legal teams to respond to incidents, regulatory inquiries, and other information requests. 
Collaborate with the Security team on security training and awareness programs. 

What we look for in you (ie. job requirements):
8+ years as a practicing attorney, with 5+ years of substantive security experience, including in-house experience at technology or financial services companies or in the government as a cybersecurity-focused attorney. 
Experience with cybersecurity standards, frameworks, risk assessments, and certification processes, e.g., SOC 1, 2, 3, ISO/IEC 27001, 27001, 27005, NYDFS, and the NIST Cybersecurity Framework.
Strong people and project management skills, including the ability to coordinate complex, company-wide plans requiring deep cross-functional collaboration. 
The ability to build trust and align incentives with stakeholders by distilling complex legal issues into clear and concise guidance, and using creative problem-solving to find practical solutions to challenges.  
Must be active and in good standing in one State Bar in the United States.

Nice to haves:
Prior experience in the cryptocurrency, fintech, and/or software technology spaces.
Experience working with new and emerging frameworks. 
Sound cool? Let's work together. 

Here is the link to apply:

Associate General Counsel - 90291021
Washington, D.C.

This position is responsible for advising Amtrak leadership regarding Amtrak’s legal rights and obligations on a variety of issues, including: claims and litigation management involving personal injury, death, and property loss; accident investigations; crisis response to critical incidents including catastrophic injuries, derailments and high exposure accidents; evidence preservation; health and safety; indemnity, insurance and risk management; compliance with federal regulations;  legislative and rulemaking proposals; and other matters.  The position supports the Claims Department and assists in supervising outside defense counsel contracted by Amtrak to litigate personal injury and property loss matters. The position is also responsible as needed for ensuring the effective delivery of corporate safety and regulatory legal advice and representation, with a focus on regulatory agency investigations, inquiries and requests for information (including by the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) and others), and advocacy in regulation development and industry compliance. This position requires either an understanding of and experience with or willingness to learn FRA, OSHA, environmental, public health and other applicable industry regulations, as well as Amtrak’s operating rules, safety policies and programs.

1.    Advises senior management and Claims, Safety, Human Resources, Operations, and other  departments and functions on the policies and practices relating to the Federal Employers’ Liability Act (FELA), the Federal Railroad Safety Act (FRSA), the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA), and related federal laws and regulations regarding railroad employee safety and compensation for employee injuries, and tort law as it applies to accidents involving passengers, contractors, pedestrians and motorists at railroad crossings, trespassers and other third parties and other accidents involving personal injuries and property loss to third parties and Amtrak.

• Juris Doctor from accredited law school with license to practice as an attorney under the laws of any state and the qualifications to waive into the D.C. Bar.
• Minimum seven (7) years law firm or in-house experience in regulatory law, tort, personal injury, personal and rolling stock property damage, and general law in the railroad or transportation industry

2. Assists in supervising and supports the efforts of outside counsel retained to represent Amtrak in civil trials, administrative proceedings, and other adversary proceedings or for advice, in order to ensure that such representation is effective and cost-efficient. This includes legal strategy development, assisting in case development including identifying witnesses, witness preparation, developing evidence for trial, and the review, analysis, and if appropriate, editing of legal filings, including significant motions and briefs.
3. Participates in engagement and evaluation of outside counsel and in claim and case reviews with outside counsel; reviews and approves outside counsel and vendor invoices, operates within budget and maintains cost controls to ensure effective utilization of Amtrak financial resources.
4. Works in close partnership with Claims professionals to evaluate claims and matters in litigation, to ensure that matters are adequately reserved, and to formulate appropriate strategies for the negotiation and defense of both litigated and non-litigated claims.
5. Assesses statutory and regulatory provisions and provides guidance concerning safety and compliance issues to the divisions and departments of the enterprise.
6. Becomes familiar with Amtrak operations, operating rules and safety policies and programs.
7. As needed, represents the Company in matters which involve or could involve proceedings before federal and state courts, administrative agencies, and arbitration tribunals, which representation requires the clear, organized, and persuasive articulation, both in legal documents and in oral proceedings, of Amtrak positions and arguments of supportive factual materials, without substantive or procedural errors, and within deadlines, in order to cause Amtrak interests to prevail.
8. Advises and prepares summaries, memoranda, reports, and other written materials for the Executive Vice President, Chief Legal Officer, General Counsel & Corporate Secretary, Managing Deputy General Counsel, Deputy General Counsel,  and other Law Department representatives, including Claims group, staff, and executives in other departments, with respect to legal considerations inherent in a variety of business, regulatory, commercial, and internal matters concerning regulatory compliance, claims, tort litigation, liability, risk management, indemnity, evidence preservation, safety, operations, and other legal issues, in order to ensure that the Company makes business decisions with full knowledge of applicable legal considerations.
9. Attends meetings and develops and conducts training seminars and other information dispersal systems for management and agreement employees, on such topics as FRA, OSHA, FRSA, and other regulatory law, FELA, personal injury and tort law, compliance with federal statutes and regulations and internal rules, procedures, and practices, preservation of evidence, and other legal issues.
10. Advises and may participate in internal investigations; provides advice on ethics compliance within a corporate environment.
11. Directly communicates with and responds to government regulators during inquiries and investigations, provides guidance to clients, and identifies options for achieving client objectives within applicable legal restraints toward resolutions to investigations and other regulatory agency disputes. Keeps abreast of regulatory and legal developments governing Amtrak operations, to include rulemaking by OSHA, FRA, and other federal and state agencies.

The successful candidate for this position must have:
• Excellent communication and negotiation skills; flexibility ability to handle quick turnarounds and work effectively with diverse in-house clients. Superior writing and analytical skills required, and an ability quickly to learn the fundamentals of different areas of the law.
• Superior written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills.
• Advanced analytical and problem-solving skills. 
• Must be a flexible and strategic thinker in a fast-paced environment.
• Must possess excellent organizational skills and be able to handle multiple tasks and prioritize projects while managing competing priorities.
• Demonstrated expertise in regulatory and safety matters, developing strategies for successful claims and litigation handling and disposition, and cost containment through vendor management within discipline.
• Ability to compose, edit and prepare correspondence, research, legal writing.
• Must be comfortable presenting information and analysis in a group setting.
• Ability to present facts, issues, analysis, conclusions, and recommendations or solutions that demonstrate command of content.
• Organize and prioritize files and calendar and track litigation.
• Ability to handle confidential and non-routine information.
• Demonstrated ability to lead and/or participate in a team of safety and claims professionals who collaborate, set and achieve goals and report on progress through measurable metrics. 
• Demonstrated ability to deliver advice in the context of business objectives and with a commercial mindset, to identify and appreciate the significance of legal issues, to recognize legal and reputational risk, and to develop cost effective legal and business resolutions.
• Demonstrated professional maturity, judgment and discretion.
• Computer literacy: Ability to conduct electronic legal research (LEXIS), and work with Windows Platform, Windows Office tools and programs, and matter and document management programs.
• Juris Doctor from accredited law school with license to practice as an attorney under the laws of any state and the qualifications to waive into the D.C. Bar.
• Minimum seven (7) years law firm or in-house experience in regulatory law, tort, personal injury, personal and rolling stock property damage, and general law in the railroad or transportation industry.

• Prior in-house experience working with operations, safety and claims, environmental and other compliance function professionals; managing outside counsel regarding tort/personal injury claims and litigation; and developing and executing strategies involving complex and high value liability claims.
• Demonstrated experience with complex claims litigation experience including FELA, passenger and crossing claims.
• In depth knowledge of federal and state laws and regulations applicable within discipline.
• In depth knowledge of claims handling/litigation management procedures, claims litigation strategies.

Here is the link to apply:

Senior Corporate Counsel
Arlington, Va. (Remote)
Job ID2021-3419

PowerSchool’s Senior Corporate Counsel, Corporate and Securities will serve as a key member on the company’s legal team responsible for providing legal advice and counseling with respect to various securities, corporate governance and compliance matters including the maturation of and maintenance of good corporate governance practices for the company, including its Board of Directors and Committees as part of PowerSchool’s public company compliance mandate.  The Senior Corporate Counsel will work pursuant to company and legal department policies and procedures while conducting negotiations with customers and partners.  The position is not currently a people managing position.

Essential duties and responsibilities include the following. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

• Prepares and provides advice regarding securities law disclosure/compliance for Annual Reports on Form 10-K, Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q, Current Reports on Form 8-K, and various registration statements.
• Provides securities law advice and compliance guidance for earnings releases, investor materials, and management presentations.
• Supports the PowerSchool Compliance Program.
• Provides legal support to PowerSchool’s Corporate Secretary, Board of Directors and Board Committees with Board meeting preparation, including the assembly of Board meeting materials using an electronic Board portal tool and preparation of drafts of resolutions and meeting minutes.
• Conducts training on securities law matters and reviews presentations and other materials prepared by business groups for securities/corporate governance issues. 
• Partners with internal finance and human resources colleagues to facilitate necessary actions, tracking and reporting for stock plan administration.
• Coordinates with and advises colleagues in PowerSchool’s Finance, Tax, Treasury and Investor Relations on securities, transactional and compliance matters. 
• Assists with other strategic transactions including financing transactions, partnership, JV and M+A as required.
• Assists with legal and compliance projects as requested.
• Creates and supports an environment where all job responsibilities are in alignment with the core values, mission, and purpose of the organization.
• Responds to various ad-hoc queries where the role must identify, analyze, and assess risk in connection with business transactions, including in connection with internal approvals to assist approvers in making decisions on an informed basis.
• Ability to work in an environment with multiple stakeholders and within a framework governed by corporate policies and business practices.
• Must have ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment and to tolerate change and ambiguity.

   o Strong experience with regulatory compliance issues including, but not limited to, state and federal laws related to securities, FCPA, state trade and competition regulations and statutes. 
   o Demonstrated ability to work autonomously as well as part of a team, to effectively coach and mentor others (including non-attorneys), and a sense of humor and resiliency, especially under tight deadlines        and while managing multiple priorities.
   o Other duties as assigned by the General Counsel.

To be considered for and to perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty and responsibility satisfactorily. Ability to work in fast-paced environment. Experience working with in-house clients and business partners. Completed law degree and member of bar association in relevant jurisdictions. Superior legal skills and business judgment in areas of responsibility. Solid writing skills. As part of PowerSchool’s employment process candidates will be required to successfully complete a pre-employment screening process. This will involve a cognitive test, identity and employment verification, professional references, education verification and professional qualifications and memberships (if applicable). The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required.

Qualifications include:
• 5+ years of legal experience in a large law firm or corporate in-house department (in house preferred) with considerable experience in securities and corporate governance matters.
• Experience working with public company Boards of Directors and executive-level management.
• Extensive knowledge of, and practical experience working on, securities law and corporate governance matters.
• Outstanding presentation, written and oral communication and interpersonal skills as well as the ability to influence diverse groups of senior professionals.
• An excellent academic credentials from a major law school.
• Creates an environment where all job responsibilities are in alignment with the core values, mission, and purpose of the organization.
• Experience providing risk-based and pragmatic resolution of outstanding privacy and data protection aspects of commercial negotiations, leveraging in a quick, concise, and commercially focused legal advice.
• Attention to detail with a commitment to mitigating risk to the corporate client.
• Ability to work directly with senior levels of management and to effectively communicate legal issues and obtain input and decision making within tight deadlines.
• Ability to meet deadlines, prioritize, multi-task, and cope well with change.

Here is the link to apply:

Senior In-House/Corporate Legal Counsel
SS&C Technologies
Washington, D.C. and other locations (remote)

SS&C is a global provider of investment and financial services and software for the financial services and healthcare industries. Named to Fortune 1000 list as top U.S. company based on revenue, SS&C is headquartered in Windsor, Connecticut and has 20,000+ employees in over 90 offices in 35 countries. Some 18,000 financial services and healthcare organizations, from the world's largest institutions to local firms, manage and account for their investments using SS&C's products and services.

This position is open to anyone in the U.S. (including remote)

The Senior Legal Counsel will be part of a global team of in-house attorneys collectively responsible for the global coverage of legal and regulatory matters pertaining to privately offered funds administered by SS&C’s global platform. The position requires an experienced attorney in the areas of private fund regulation and compliance with both US and offshore regulations impacting private funds and their service providers including applicable AML laws. The successful candidate will be expected to provide strategic legal advice on high risk matters and global initiatives.

Business Support
Providing timely legal advice and assistance to the global investor services team which is responsible for processing investor transactions and reporting to investors
Reviewing, interpreting, and advising on relevant laws and industry best practices pertaining to issues impacting the investor services team
Advising with respect to special projects and initiatives undertaken by the investor services team

AML Support
Providing timely legal advice and assistance on matters related to global AML laws applicable to private funds
Reviewing, interpreting, and advising on relevant laws and industry best practices pertaining to AML
Advising with respect to select special projects arising from the administration of the global AML program
Providing support as a subject matter expert and knowledge-sharing within the legal team

Compliance Support
Overseeing compliance with the regulatory reporting and corporate governance obligations of the Cayman and Bermuda subsidiaries of SS&C
Organizing and overseeing Board meetings to review relevant KPI and internal reporting requirements
Timely reporting/escalation to senior management to ensure they are kept abreast of all matters of legal and regulatory risk
Assisting with responses to any regulatory exams and other relevant inquiries and internal audits
Advising on impact to the business of contemplated and proposed laws, rules and regulations
Participating on internal governance committees

The successful candidate will be an experienced attorney, ideally having at least 7 - 10 years’ prior relevant work experience involving the administration or regulation of private funds.
Familiarity with offshore (Cayman, Bermuda) private fund regulations and AML requirements is a requirement.  Proven leadership capability and change agility are essential.
Interaction with non-U.S. counsel is required so experience working for or with an international company is preferred. 
Strong interpersonal and communication skills are important as is a knowledge of issues impacting private funds and their regulation. 
The ability to concisely present factual and legal issues to myriad audiences and provide sound and succinct recommendations to senior leaders is essential.
The candidate must also be able to function as a trusted advisor to control functions and business line managers. 
Attorney must be licensed to practice law and a member in good standing in in the state/jurisdiction in which the position is based or otherwise in compliance with the in-house counsel registration rules of that state/jurisdiction.

Unless explicitly requested or approached by SS&C Technologies, Inc. or any of its affiliated companies, the company will not accept unsolicited resumes from headhunters, recruitment agencies, or fee-based recruitment services. SS&C offers excellent benefits including health, dental, 401k plan, tuition and professional development reimbursement plan. SS&C Technologies is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any applicant for employment or employee on the basis of race, color, religious creed, gender, age, marital status, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, veteran status or any other classification protected by applicable discrimination laws.

Here is the link to apply:

Chief Legal Officer
America 250 Foundation
Washington, D.C.

Applications Due: January 15, 2022 Start Date: ASAP

About America250 and the America 250 Foundation:
America250 is the multi-year commemoration of the 250th anniversary of the United States of America that peaks on July 4, 2026. It is a once-in-lifetime opportunity to deepen understanding of our complicated past and ignite shared optimism for our future through engaging programs and experiences. Together we are inspiring the American spirit within all Americans and each American􏰀 grounded in our nation􏰁s founding principles, for our continuing journey toward a more perfect Union.

The America 250 Foundation (Foundation) is the 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that serves the U.S. Semiquincentennial Commission. The Foundation works collaboratively with the Commission and public and private entities across the country to bring the vision for America250 to life through national and grassroots programming, commercial and noncommercial partnerships, marketing, and fundraising efforts. For more information visit

Position Description, Duties and Responsibilities:
The America 250 Foundation is seeking a seasoned Chief Legal Officer who will provide traditional legal support services as the in-house Chief Counsel to the Foundation in addition to activities. The Chief Legal Officer will report to the Foundation President and CEO.

In this role, the Chief Legal Officer will actively participate as a member of the Foundation senior management team and provide business solutions to problems in addition to legal analysis of issues that affect the Foundation. The position plays a senior leadership role in the Foundation by building out the structure, policies, and processes of the Foundation; partnering with other senior leaders, operations, and program staff to provide timely and comprehensive advice and training on a variety of legal issues, and collaboration with the in-house counsel for the U.S. Semiquincentennial Commission as necessar􏰂􏰃 The Chief Legal Officer will oversee the management of the Foundation􏰁s legal issues and staff as well as outside counsel relationships and contracts to ensure compliance with all legal obligations.

This position provides a unique opportunity for a lawyer and creative thinker committed to the nonprofit sector to join, build out a legal function, and help lead an exciting, growing organization.

The ideal candidate will be able to provide advice and counsel on a wide range of issues which impact a nonprofit (e.g., tax, finance, trademark and copyright, human resources, and governance) and should be looking for a leadership opportunity to manage all legal issues within a unique environment. While a valued member of our team, the CLO must also be 􏰅hands-on􏰆 and be able to work independentl􏰂􏰃

-- Provide general advice and counsel in the areas of federal, state and local laws applicable to America 250 Foundation as a 501(c)(3) foundation, including contract drafting, human resources, intellectual property, finance and tax law compliance, lobbying activity, ethics rules, and record retention regulations and where necessary, seek outside expertise and counsel support
-- Manage the Foundation􏰁s legal staff and budget􏰇 monitor􏰀 coordinate and report on Foundation legal budget execution issues to the Director of Finance and CEO
-- Conduct and analyze legal research that affects the Foundation and prepare findings, recommendations, templates, and plans as necessary
-- Review, draft and negotiate a variety of Foundation agreements and contracts in a timely manner
-- Manage the Foundation􏰁s relationships with outside counsel on ta􏰈􏰀 ethics􏰀 records retention􏰀 lobb􏰂ing􏰀 human resources􏰀 intellectual propert􏰂 􏰉the Foundation􏰁s trademark portfolio including licensing of images and other content), corporate governance, real estate, and human resources issues; and partner with outside counsel to file all required federal, state, and local disclosures related to lobbying, finance, and other related issues
-- Assist CEO with developing and executing a strategy on enterprise risk management to include insurable operations risks, including cybersecurity
-- Serve as a thought partner to relevant senior staff on employment and benefits administration issues
-- Draft guides and other materials for staff covering a variety of compliance areas and develop training for staff as appropriate
-- Oversee the management of Conflicts of Interest policies
-- Coordinate with relevant senior staff to maintain a system for tracking all corporate governance documents and the records retention policies for the Foundation
-- Managing and maintaining corporate filings (Delaware Annual Report, annual fundraising registration filings, VA nonprofit filings􏰀 etc􏰃􏰊 Coordinate􏰀 and collaborate with the U􏰃S􏰃 Semiquincentennial Commission 􏰉􏰅USSC􏰆􏰊 and/or staff on all matters affecting both the USSC and the Foundation

-- Able to communicate and work with people of different backgrounds internally and externally to achieve shared goals
-- Experience with Intellectual Property (IP)
-- Strong management skills
-- Ability to adeptly evaluate and determine appropriate courses of action for situations which are highly sensitive and confidential
-- Reliable, resourceful, and proactive to find creative solutions to balance the legal risk of the organizations with its programmatic goals
-- Committed to living the Foundation􏰁s values
-- Juris Doctorate degree from ABA approved law school and admitted to the Virginia Bar in good standing
-- Five 􏰉􏰋􏰊 plus 􏰂ears􏰁 e􏰈perience in practice of law
-- Travel for this position may be required and is expected to be no more than six trips/year. America 250 staff will follow OMB travel guidance, and travel for all America 250 Foundation staff will only resume when it is fully safe to do so.

To apply for this position, please email your resume and cover letter to by January 15, 2022
For more information about America250, here is the link to their website:

Associate General Counsel
M.C. Dean
Tysons, Va.

Requisition No. 6543

M.C. Dean is Building Intelligence™. We design, build, operate, and maintain cyber-physical solutions for the nation’s most recognizable mission-critical facilities, secure environments, complex infrastructure, and global enterprises.

Our success relies on great people delivering innovative projects and solutions for Fortune 100 companies and the most recognized agencies in government, defense, and security.

Join our more than 4,500 employees worldwide who engineer and deploy automated, secure, and resilient power and technology systems; and deliver the management platforms essential for long-term system sustainability. Together we are creating the integrated systems and technologies that shape the built and cyber-physical world.

We offer an excellent benefits package including:
A competitive salary
Medical, dental, vision, life, and disability insurance
Paid-time off
Tuition reimbursement
401k Retirement Plan
Military Reserve pay offset
Paid maternity leave

The Associate General Counsel, is an individual contributor, reporting direct to the Senior Vice President-Legal & General Counsel, who will provide support for the Company to implement its strategic initiatives as it continues to grow its business with the US Government and large multi-national data providers in the United States and around the world.  The candidate will have in-depth knowledge of areas of the law that are key to the company's continued growth and a willingness to expand into other areas needed to support a small in-house law department. 

This position is for our Tyson's, VA office with the ability to work remotely.

Overall Description:
Report direct to the SVP-Legal/General Counsel to implement strategic initiatives, with focus on contracts, licensing, and compliance matters. 
Working with internal and external customers to negotiate agreements, address legal and  develop resolutions to legal or regulatory issues or disputes.
Develop policies and training to assist company in meeting strategic goals including protection of company information and intellectual property, international business, and other matters within strategic objectives. 
Provide proactive legal advice to internal groups. 

Specific Responsibilities:
Ideal candidate will have strengths in specific areas of law that are key to Company's strategic goals with the ability and willingness to take on new responsibilities and areas of expertise in order to provide support to growing company with small law department.    Areas of potential expertise should  include some of the following areas of law:

Intellectual property
Federal contract compliance
International trade compliance
Data privacy
Ethics and Compliance
Supply chain negotiation

Draft and negotiate commercial agreements, licenses for software, technology, trademark, and data

Evaluate legal issues and manage risks associated with commercial transactions, international compliance, and corporate responsibility; 
Counsel on the legal issues associated with the implementation and use of technology products in connection with the company's existing products and services; 
Assist General Counsel in advising company on critical legal issues 
Coordinate with General Counsel and other departments and specialists regarding risk management, privacy, litigation, compliance, information security, and technology development
Interest or background in Labor & Employment matters may also be applicable.

5 - 7 years of relevant legal experience in a law firm and/or similar in-house position which could include:

Experience advising on various legal risks and obligations relating to technology and intellectual property matters including drafting and negotiating technology agreements
Experience with large federal contractor in contracting and compliance matters
Familiarity with patents, trademarks, trade secrets and copyrights
Experience with data privacy laws, including GDPR

Juris Doctor or LLM degree from an accredited law school, and licensed to practice law in the U.S.
Strong oral and written communication skills, including the ability to present advice clearly and concisely.
Ability to identify and communicate legal risk and risk-based solutions to General Counsel and business leaders. 
Eligible for a security clearance (although current clearance is not required)
Possess practical, independent judgment and self-confidence.
Be entrepreneurial and willing to find a practical solution to compliance and legal questions.
Be able and willing to solve challenges through innovation; able to work with minimal direction and supervision; proactive, not reactive.
Be forward-looking in issue identification and avoidance 

Here is the link to apply:

Ethics Officer/Associate General Counsel - Legal Division - 22786
Federal Reserve Board
Washington, D.C.

“Ethics Officer” is responsible for the Ethics Program including serving as the Designated Agency Ethics Official (“DAEO”).  

The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (the Board), an independent agency of the federal government, serves as the nation’s central bank and conducts monetary policy; maintains the stability of the U.S. financial system; supervises and regulates a wide range of financial institutions; and provides key financial services to depository institutions. Position operates agency ethics program and supervises ethics program staff. The position requires location in Washington, DC office once the remote work period is complete.

Key Responsibilities
The Ethics Officer is the DAEO and is responsible for overseeing and administering the Board’s Ethics Program and ensuring that it meets all requirements established by the Office of Government Ethics and the Board.  Among other responsibilities, the Program provides advice and counsel to the Board’s employees on the interpretation and application of Federal government and Federal Reserve Board ethics statutes, rules, and regulations. The Program is responsible for collecting and reviewing financial disclosure reports, providing comprehensive ethics training for Board staff, providing advice and counsel to Federal Reserve officials and staff on ethics requirements, resolving conflicts of interest, and enforcing ethics-related restrictions.  

The Ethics Officer receives general supervision from the General Counsel and supports the General Counsel and other members of the Legal Division’s officer team in achieving Division-wide objectives. The Ethics Officer works closely with colleagues across the Board and the Federal Reserve System, and with the Office of Government Ethics, the White House, and other federal agencies on a wide variety of ethics matters.  The Ethics Officer:

1.    Oversees and administers the Board’s Ethics Program to ensure it complies with applicable statutory, regulatory, and policy requirements.
2.    Develops and implements the Board’s ethics policies and procedures and conducts regular reviews of the Board’s Ethics Program to identify and recommend improvements.
3.    Serves as the Board’s Designated Agency Ethics Official.
4.    Determines and directs the financial disclosure and reporting process, including identifying filers, reviewing and certifying reports, and conducting reviews of the financial interests of reporting individuals.
5.    Provides expert advice and counseling to staff and Board members on ethics matters, including the most complex questions involving permitted investments, permitted trading activity and broader conflicts of interest issues.
6.    Plans, develops, and presents (either directly or through Ethics Program staff) comprehensive ethics training for staff and Board members.
7.    Working with the White House and Office of Government Ethics, counsels Board member nominees (and prospective nominees) on conflicts of interest and assists them in completing their reports in compliance with all requirements and ensuring their ethics agreements adequately provide for potential conflicts of interest.  
8.    Regularly consults with the ethics officers of the Federal Reserve Banks and carries out review and approval responsibilities over Reserve Banks ethics programs as required by the Board.
9.    Supervises Legal Division staff who work on ethics matters, including assigning projects, establishing priorities and deadlines, monitoring progress and results, and evaluating performance.

The Ethics Officer is also expected to have expert knowledge of federal ethics laws and regulations along with more extensive experience handling complex ethics matters and administering an executive branch or Federal Reserve Bank ethics program. In addition, the Ethics Officer should be able to propose and implement the overall strategic and operational direction of the Ethics Program and have a demonstrated ability to translate overarching Division priorities into specific objectives for staff.

Full vaccination is required as a condition of employment, unless a legally required exception applies.

Position Requirements
Qualifications, Skills and Experience
•    Juris Doctor (J.D.) and active member of a State Bar.
•    15+ years legal experience with substantial experience managing an executive branch or Federal Reserve Bank ethics program.
•    Possession of or the ability to obtain necessary security clearances.
•    U.S. citizenship.
•    Substantial expertise and knowledge of federal ethics laws and regulations.
•    Excellent legal skills, including the ability to identify, analyze, and explain complex legal issues and positions.
•    Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.
•    High levels of intellectual curiosity and creativity.
•    Excellent written and oral communication skills.
•    Proven strong people leadership, management, and mentoring skills developed through leading teams or managing staff.
•    Highly collaborative working style and strong interpersonal capabilities.
•    Ability to balance competing interests among a variety of clients and projects, and to readily readjust priorities to respond to pressing and changing client demands.   

Here is the link to apply:

Staff Counsel
Vanda Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Washington, D.C.
Requisition Number: STAFF01169

Provide general support to the company‘s legal department
Assist with researching, drafting, and managing corporate policies
Ensure company compliance with legal policies, state and federal laws, and regulations
Draft and review contracts
Gather, organize, and store information relevant to ongoing projects
Work with industry-leading outside counsel
Identify potential legal risks to the company
Maintain the company's legal files including a library of pre-approved form documents, templates, and historical documents; add or revise material as needed
Provide support for litigation and regulatory-related matters
Learn something new every day, become conversant in dozens of highly technical topics, develop proficiencies
Perform other related duties as requested or as responsibilities dictate

Minimum of a J.D. Law Degree; 1 - 2 years of legal experience a plus
Licensed (or about to become licensed in 2021) to practice law in the United States
Strong interpersonal skills, work ethic, and ability to work independently
Ability to identify underlying issues in complex situations
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Ability to juggle multiple priorities, organize time, meet deadlines, and deal with highly confidential information
Ability to make decisions and justify legal recommendations
Customer service oriented and a positive attitude
Willingness to 'roll up your sleeves' and learn every day
Strong proficiency with the Microsoft Office Suite

Here is the link to apply:

Litigation Counsel
Washington, D.C.

Minimum qualifications:
JD or equivalent practical experience.
Admitted to the bar and in good standing or otherwise authorized to practice law in the state of hire.
5 years of experience in litigation.

Preferred qualifications:
Experience in litigation including examining and defending witnesses, verbal argument, and trial experience.
Experience in privacy and consumer class actions and content moderation and intermediary liability issues.
Knowledge of Google products and the broader technology industry.
Excellent written and verbal communication, leadership, and management skills.

About The Job
As Corporate Counsel at Google, you work on the most exciting legal issues as disruptive technological innovations require creative and proactive legal guidance. You're part of a whip-smart group of in-house lawyers and the projects and cases you take on challenge you to think big and differently. You are collaborative -- ready to partner in initiatives that influence all aspects of the business and work with Googlers from all over the company. As an integrated part of the team, you proactively assess legal risks and advise on products that will not only move information into the 21st century, but move information law forward as well.

The Litigation team at Google is dedicated to advising Google on a wide variety of legal matters that pose litigation risk to our products and businesses around the world, including privacy class actions, lawsuits relating to content moderation and intermediary liability, and consumer and product liability class actions.

We specialize in giving legal advice about litigation risks and come up with creative ways to mitigate and eliminate those risks. We strive to think proactively to advance Google’s position and interests by identifying and working on legal policy issues that affect Google's docket.

20th century laws don't always solve 21st century problems, and Google Legal crafts innovative approaches for working with some of the toughest legal challenges of the information age. Whether you're a patent attorney, an intellectual property expert or an engineer headed to law school, Google Legal lets you address unanswered legal quandaries and create new precedents. Our innovative services raise challenging questions that demand creative and practical answers. We provide those answers by working at the crossroads of the law and new technology, helping Google build innovative and important products for users around the world.

Manage all aspects of litigation and provide prelitigation counseling to internal teams.
Work with legal, product, engineering, and business team members to provide counseling on existing and potential litigation.
Work with cross-functional partners across Google to advise on litigation risk and status of Google docket.
Partner with outside counsel to develop strategy to manage and win lawsuits.
Collaborate with other external in-house counsel and legal organizations on litigation and policy matters that affect Google's docket.

Google is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and is an affirmative action employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. We also consider qualified applicants regardless of criminal histories, consistent with legal requirements. See also Google's EEO Policy and EEO is the Law. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please let us know by completing our Accommodations for Applicants form .

Here is the link to apply:​



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