Senior Criminal Defense Attorney
Right Path Law Group, PLLC 
Fairfax, Va.

Join Our Winning Team! Seeking Passionate Senior Criminal Defense Attorney to Fight for Justice in Virginia

Attention Virginia licensed criminal defense attorneys! Are you ready to join a team that is dedicated to fighting for the rights of those charged with a crime? Look no further! Right Path Law Group, PLLC, a rapidly growing small firm in Fairfax, VA, is seeking a Senior Criminal Defense Attorney to join our team.

As a Senior Criminal Defense Attorney, you will have the opportunity to work alongside a team of passionate and hardworking individuals who are committed to getting the best outcomes for our clients. We are looking for someone who is not afraid to face challenging circumstances and is comfortable in a litigation environment, as you will be appearing in state courts several times a week.

We want team players who are able to handle a relatively heavy caseload and are willing to take the initiative to stay on top of their workload. At least three years of criminal law experience in Virginia is a must, and current and/or former public defenders and prosecutors are encouraged to apply. Bonus points if you speak Spanish!

We offer a competitive salary of $100,000+ annually, along with performance-based bonuses. We also offer a 401k plan, health insurance with 100% coverage for employees, a CLE assistance program, and three weeks of paid time off. Dental and vision insurance is available with a 50% company contribution.

As a Senior Criminal Defense Attorney at Right Path Law Group, PLLC, you will be responsible for meeting with clients, visiting detention centers, and representing clients in hearings and trials before state judges and juries in the Northern Virginia area. You will be drafting, filing, and arguing motions, briefs, and memoranda in all local state courts.

At Right Path Law Group, PLLC, we are an established and fast-growing law firm with a laid-back culture, but highly motivated team. We are committed to making an impact on our clients' lives and in our community. If you are licensed to practice law in Virginia, have at least 3 years of criminal law experience, and have felony and jury trial experience, we want to hear from you!

Compensation: $100,000+ annually

Meeting with clients (in-office and/or at the detention center) to determine the best options in their pending criminal cases
Visiting current and potential new clients at the local detention centers
Drafting, filing, and arguing motions, briefs, and memoranda in all local state courts
Representing clients in hearings and trials before state judges and juries in the Northern Virginia area

Licensed to practice law in Virginia
Must have at least 3 years of criminal law experience in Virginia
Must have Felony AND Jury trial experienceAbout Company

We are an established and fast-growing law firm located in Fairfax, VA. Our practice areas include Criminal Defense and Personal Injury. Our team is comprised of self-starters and self-motivated individuals. We are laid back but highly motivated in making an impact on our clients' lives and in our community.

Here is the link to apply:

Senior Corporate Counsel
Washington, D.C

Supernal is at the forefront of creating emerging mobility solutions that will foster the development of human-centered cities. We are designing a completely new electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft tailored to the mobility needs of future cities. This allows passengers a seamless intermodal journey that safely transports them to their final destination. We fuse research in autonomy, robotics, aviation and services to define a new category of mobility for the world’s communities. We believe in creative thinking and collaboration to help build a better mobility experience for everyone, improving people’s ability to move – whether for work or play.

What we do: 
The Sr. Corporate attorney is responsible for leading deals and initiatives with broad scope and high impact. As a recognized specialist in corporate law—whether from experience with mergers & acquisitions, corporate governance, and/or technology transactions—the role works collaboratively within the organization to define, oversee, and complete projects that further the corporate and strategic transactional goals and objectives of the business. This role will partner closely with members of the Legal team and other departments and will handle a variety of matters as a corporate law generalist, including leading legal due diligence and negotiating all forms of corporate transactions and investments, leading day-to-day corporate governance, and supporting commercial contracts negotiations. This role reports directly to the Assistant General Counsel - IP, Transactions, and Litigation

What you can do:
Provide strategic direction on corporate structuring and governance activities
Lead all legal aspects of strategic transactions, mergers & acquisitions, and due diligence
Counsel on term sheets, note/share/asset purchase documents, side letters, ancillary agreements, and other third-party transactions
Participate in investment committee and other deal reviews
Counsel on evolving developments in corporate law, recommending policy/process changes as needed
Provide guidance and training to internal partners on a full range of corporate topics
Provide counsel, including direct negotiation, on commercial contracts

What you can contribute:
Law degree (J.D.) required, and admission (or ability to register as in-house counsel) to practice law where located
Minimum of eight (8) years of experience in a corporate law or technology transactions practice at a major law firm and/or as an in-house counsel, with a minimum of four (4) years of law firm experience (an equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered)
Experience working collaboratively with diverse teams to develop solutions in complicated transactions while balancing priorities from multiple stakeholders
Hardworking professional with significant expertise performing diligence, structuring transactions, negotiating terms, supporting integration, and managing ongoing corporate governance and portfolio responsibilities
Knowledge and understanding of the regulatory landscape impacting transactions, including export control, CFIUS, and Hart-Scott-Rodino considerations
Experience with negotiating and documenting various other forms of transactions, including purchase, supply, joint development, transition or shared services, collaboration, or partnership agreements
Strong ability to negotiate effectively with external and internal partners
Demonstrated attention to detail, time management, organizational skills, and keen business judgment, with a dedicated focus on personal ethics, integrity, and accountability
A great teammate who enjoys interacting with people and working on group projects
Ability to distill and articulate legal concepts into concise and plain English that business partners can both understand and readily act upon
Outstanding executive-level written and verbal communicator with ability to work seamlessly across the levels of a broad and diverse organization

Minimum of 3-4 years of law firm experience preferred

This position will include access to certain technology and/or software source code, that will be subject to U.S. export control laws. If an export license or other export control authorization is required in connection with your employment, your employment is contingent upon Supernal’s receipt of such license or authorization and approvals and your continued compliance with all conditions and limitations contained in such license or authorization.Base pay offered may vary depending on skills, experience, job-related knowledge and location. This position is also eligible for a bonus as part of total compensation.
The pay range for this position is:
$208,000—$312,000 USD

Here is the link to apply

Senior Attorney
Multiple Locations

At IBM, work is more than a job – it’s a calling: To build. To design. To code. To consult. To think along with clients and sell. To make markets. To invent. To collaborate. Not just to do something better, but to attempt things you’ve never thought possible. Are you ready to lead in this new era of technology and solve some of the world’s most challenging problems? If so, lets talk.

Your Role and Responsibilities
Octo, an IBM company, is an industry-leading, award-winning provider of technical solutions for the federal government. At Octo, we specialize in providing agile software engineering, user experience design, cloud services, and digital strategy services that address government’s most pressing missions. Octo delivers intelligent solutions and rapid results, yielding lower costs and measurable outcomes.

As a Senior Attorney, you will serve as a member of the Global Markets Public Sector and Federal legal team providing transactions support to IBM’s Federal Consulting and Technology businesses.

You will be responsible for providing Federal business leaders with creative and compliant legal advice related to Federal procurement transactions (FAR/DFAR/Agency Supplements), quasi-governmental transactions, disputes, protests, terminations, negotiation support, company policies and procedures, organizational conflicts of interest, revolving door, supply chain compliance, audit matters, and other Federal compliance matters.

Other duties include:
Draft, review and negotiate a variety of IT-related agreements, including master agreements, professional services agreements, licensing agreements, statements of work, cloud agreements and SaaS agreements with IBM’s State and local clients
Support, educate and train internal sales teams
Work with internal stakeholders, e.g., finance, accounting, operations, product development, to structure and resolve contract issues
Develop compliant and creative pro-business solutions to issues presented
Assist with cyber and privacy matters
Assist in compliance matters
Provide day-to-day legal advice and counsel on variety of matters as needed

*Preferred location: Washington DC or Herndon, VA

Required Technical and Professional Expertise
Experienced lawyer, with 5+ years of experience, either in-house, law firm or both
Experience negotiating complex IT transactions, including cloud, analytics, software, hardware, and consulting services transactions with public sector clients
Experience negotiating terms around intellectual property and data security
Must be able to work directly and communicate with business operations to identify and address legal risks and issues raised in business development activities, contracts, subcontracts, procurement, consulting, licensing, and other business arrangements
Juris Doctor from an accredited law school
License to practice law in a US jurisdiction

Preferred Technical and Professional Expertise
Experience dealing with sell-side revenue transactions and supporting a sales organization
Familiarity working with US Federal clients
Familiarity supporting data and cyber security matters
Familiarity with data privacy laws
Familiarity with leasing and financing aspects of sales transactions

Here is the link to apply:

Criminal Defense Intake Supervisory Attorney
Price Benowitz, LLP
Washington, D.C.

Price Benowitz, LLP is a mid-sized law firm headquartered in Washington, DC with offices and attorneys throughout Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia. The firm handles many areas of law including criminal defense, personal injury, medical malpractice, immigration, trusts and estates, family, OFAC, business transactional and whistleblower law.Our firm was built on the understanding that comprehensive representation does not begin and end in the courtroom. We know that just having sound legal counsel does not translate to a comprehensive and satisfactory experience for a client. We want our clients to be satisfied with their choice of firm, not just in their choice of attorney. Our client service and support staff are dedicated to making the experience of retaining an attorney as smooth as possible and ensuring that no client ever has a question or concern that goes unanswered. It doesn’t matter how good an attorney is if they don’t pay close attention to the wants and needs of the client. We want to make sure that each of our clients is as happy with the experience they have with our firm as they are with the ultimate result in his or her case.
Job Summary
Price Benowitz, LLP is looking to add a full-time Intake Attorney to their Criminal Defense team. The Intake Attorney will provide prospective clients with an immediate phone consultation, match them with the right attorney for their needs, and complete the retainer agreement. The ideal candidate has an excellent phone manner and sales skills as well as experience in criminal defense law. This could be a hybrid position.

Current member of the bar, in good standing
Experience with criminal defense in Maryland, Virginia, and/or DC

Here is the link to apply:

U.S. Agency for Global Media
Washington, D.C.

This position is located in the United States Agency for Global Media (USAGM) Office of General Counsel. The incumbent will provide legal advice and assistance on legal matters arising at USAGM to senior attorneys and staff; performs legal research on a variety of complex legal problems in all areas of responsibility. The areas include but are not limited to procurement law, litigation, and legislation, including agency authorities, and administrative law as assigned.

Duties include, but are not limited to:
Incumbent performs legal research in final form, on a variety of the most complex and difficult legal problems in all areas of responsibility of the Office of General Counsel. These areas include but are not limited to procurement law, litigation, and legislation, including agency authorities, and administrative law as outlined below

Legal Research and Problem Resolution
Independently researches the legal questions which arise under regulations, lawsuits, executive orders and other administrative actions involving major Federal statutes affecting the Agency's programs.

Legal Advice
Provides legal advice regarding Federal matters common to most Federal agencies. Independently provides answers to clear-cut issues and to questions for which there are several options from which to choose the most appropriate response.

General Legal Advice
Advice is provided to USAGM senior staff regarding general issues common to most Federal agencies, such as labor relations, employment and personnel law, federal government contracting, intellectual property, administrative Law, Freedom of Information and Privacy law.

Litigation Matters
Coordinates litigation in connection with specific matters arising within USAGM. Conducts discovery (including research of precedent, interviewing potential witnesses, determining what further facts are needed, obtaining technical interpretation of factual issues) and prepares memoranda or reports outlining the facts and issues of the case requiring action to be taken. Prepares litigation strategy for discussion with a senior attorney and/or supervisor within the Office of General Counsel. Prepares cases for administrative forums such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the Civilian Board of Contract Appeals as well as trials to be conducted by U.S. Attorneys or the U.S. Department of Justice.

Conditions of Employment:
U.S. citizenship is required.
Applicants must meet all qualification requirements by closing date of the announcement to be considered.
Applicants must complete online questionnaire.
If you are a male applicant, born after 12/31/59, you are required to register under the Military Selective Service Act. The Defense Authorization Act of 1986 requires that you be registered or you are not eligible for appointment in this agency.
This is a public trust. If selected, this position requires the completion of the SF-86.
Suitability Determination: If selected, you will be subject to a background investigation to establish your suitability for federal employment. The background investigation will include, among other aspects, a review of your credit and legal history.
This position is not covered by a Union Agreement
Unofficial transcripts are required at the time of application. If selected, selectee will be required to submit official transcript before entering on duty.
The full performance grade level for this position is GS-13.
Proof of current active member in good standing in the bar of a State, District of Columbia, territory of the United States, or Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. Employee must maintain active bar membership while employed as an attorney
Applicants must complete a 2 year trial period.
The Office of General Counsel is at present operating on a 100% Telework Pilot Program and therefore; location may be negotiable after selection anywhere in United States

QualificationsBasic Requirements:
Applicants MUST: Meet the minimum education requirements of successful completion of a full course of study in a school of law accredited by the American Bar Association (ABA) with a professional law degree (LL.B. or J.D.); AND Must be a current, active member in good standing of the bar of a state, territory of the United States, District of Columbia.

Here is the link to apply:

General Attorney Advisor
Department of Health and Human Services
Washington, D.C.

This position is located in the Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Secretary of Health and Human Services, Office of the General Counsel, headquartered in Washington, District of Columbia.

Additional selections may be made across the Department of Health and Human Services in multiple locations through this vacancy announcement. There is one location that has changed. There are few vacancies in Kansas City, Missouri.

OGC is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. At OGC, diversity, equity, and inclusion are at the core of who we are. We're always growing our network of people, programs, and tools to allow our staff to do their best work. Everyone is welcome. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. OGC is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.

The Attorney Advisor duties may include:
Examine and prepare appropriate response to complaints and hearing requests;
Prepares the answers, motions, affidavits, briefs, or other pleadings appropriate to the defense of the cases for filing in the courts or administrative tribunals in conformity with applicable rules and regulations;
Conducts depositions and all other discovery of adverse witnesses and performs cross examination during formal proceedings;
Attends pretrial and pre-hearing conferences and presents all required motions, statements, summaries, and witness lists;
Negotiates directly with opposing counsel regarding offers of settlements;
Prepares in writing and orally presents legal and factual arguments and required motions.
For more information on the Attorney Advisor positions, please refer to the link below:

Conditions of Employment:
U.S. Citizenship required
Males born after December 31, 1959 must be registered or exempt from Selective Service -
Suitable for federal employment
Appointment will be subject to the applicant's successful completion of a background security investigation and favorable adjudication. All information concerning qualifications is subject to investigation.
Documentation that you present for purposes of completing the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Form I-9 will be verified through the DHS "E-Verify" System.
All Federal employees are required to have Federal salary payments made by direct deposit to a financial institution of their choice.
All qualification requirements must be met by the closing date.
Financial disclosure statement may be required.
Two year trial period may be required. 

Here is the link to apply:

Attorney (Banking Regulation & Policy) 23428
Federal Reserve Board
Washington, D.C.

Salary Grade Low: 25
Salary Grade High: 27
Minimum Salary: $96,600
Maximum Salary: $209,000

Attorneys in the Banking Regulation and Policy area of the Board’s Legal Division advise the Board of Governors, the General Counsel, and other Federal Reserve staff on a variety of legal and policy issues related to the regulation and supervision of banks, bank holding companies, savings and loan holdings companies, and foreign banks. 

Attorneys draft memoranda to the Board, staff opinion letters, legislative and regulatory proposals, etc.  Furnish legal opinions and advice and respond to System and public inquiries concerning Federal statutes, interpretations and opinions concerning the supervision and regulation of financial institutions, regulatory responsibilities of the Board, Reserve Bank matters, etc.  Make oral presentations at Board meetings.  Perform more difficult assignments at this level, receive general supervision and direction from more experienced attorneys, and work with senior staff to prepare Board presentations and draft regulatory proposals.

In addition, attorneys review and analyze complex bank merger and consolidation transactions, proposals by bank holding companies to engage in novel nonbanking activities, requests for interpretation of various Federal banking laws, proposed amendments to the Federal banking laws and regulations, and other matters within the scope of the Federal Reserve's regulatory authority.

Requirements for FR-25
Requires a law degree and bar membership* as well as demonstrated analytical ability and strong oral and written communications skills.
*Admission to a recognized bar must be obtained within 14 months after appointment
Requirements for FR-26
Successful candidate will have at least one year of experience as a practicing attorney in private practice or government agency with developing skills and expertise in banking law or other areas of law related to the Board’s responsibilities and general knowledge of financial institution supervision and regulation. Active bar membership required.
Requirements FR-27
Successful candidate will have at least two years of work experience as a practicing attorney in private practice or government agency and general knowledge in the regulation of financial institutions or in the regulation of securities, derivatives, insurance or commodities. Prior experience in developing and drafting regulations applicable to banking organizations or other financial institutions also is valuable. Corporate transactional experience is helpful. Active bar membership required.

At all FR-levels, successful candidate will demonstrate excellent oral and written communication skills, strong analytic and interpersonal skills (including the ability to interact effectively with management and staff at all levels of the organization), personal initiative, and adaptability in working across legal disciplines.  Must also possess excellent attention to detail and strong organizational skills (including ability to handle multiple assignments and organize projects and see through their successful completion with minimal supervision).  In addition:
•    U.S. citizenship required.  
•    A writing sample may be required at the time of application submission. 
•    Successful completion of background check required.

This position is located on-site in Washington, DC, This position has an on-site presence requirement of four times per month.

Here is the link to apply:

Attorney - Judge Advocate
Marine Corps Recruiting
Washington, D.C.-Baltimore

$70,000/yr - $100,000/yr · Mid-Senior level

Marine Corps Judge Advocate General's program is a government organization that operates like a court system. Its practitioners are known as Judge Advocates and are licensed attorneys qualified to represent the Marine Corps and Marines in military legal matters. Often tasked to represent clients during courts-martials, JA's will also be involved in civil litigation, tort claims, labor law, environmental law and international law. After training you will begin to immediately gain legal experience in a competitive legal field. In addition to earning immediate legal experience you will have the honor of earning a commission as a Second Lieutenant. You will be entrusted with complicated tasks and added levels of responsibility leading small teams to collaborate on any and all cases. You will provide timely, efficient, and appropriate legal advice and support to commanders, Marines, Sailors, and their families to promote the readiness of the force and contribute to Marine Corps mission accomplishment. You will have education opportunities for Continuing Legal Education, L.L.M for both military law and specialized fields, Command and Staff College, special military training and more. In addition to advancing your education, you will be given opportunities to command large units of personnel, supervisory positions, appellate practice, military judges, teaching, and have the opportunity to serve as a United States Marine.

Judge Advocates manage the prosecution and defense of military law but they take on many more challenges in today’s Department of Defense. Here are some of the opportunities involved:

Straight to the courtroom, no legal clerk work or having to “do your time”
Criminal litigation; Marine commanders are very involved in legal matters of misconduct for Marines and Sailors under their command. You will act as defense counsel or prosecution.
After experience as a trial/defense counsel, Judge Advocates may act as Senior Trial or Defense Counsel, managing a team of Judge Advocates
Operational/international law
Educate Marines on international treaties and agreements on armed conflict (Geneva Conventions). Facilitate resolution of legal disputes with other nations and interpret Status of Forces Agreements (oil spill, Japan example)
Deploy with operational units and provide legal services to commander s and deployed Marines; rules of engagement, laws of war, detention operations, investigations, fiscal law, claims, military justice.
Primary practice of Judge Advocates is criminal litigation and operational law, they also do Civil Law: legal assistance (estate planning, family law, tax matters), tort claims (represent interest of the US in tort issues such as Federal Tort Claims Act to the Military Claims Act), labor law (arbitration hearing, equal opportunity), contract law (multi-billion dollar contracts of new military technologies and supplies)
Advanced Billets – Staff Judge Advocate, Judge, Legal Support Service Section Officer in Charge, Appellate counsel (arguing cases on behalf of USN/USMC)

To apply, you must meet the below criteria:
Must be a U.S. Citizen
Must be 34 years old or younger
Prefer LSAT of 150 and previous SAT score of 1000 (math and verbal combined) both scores can be waived for exceptional applicants
Must be in above average physical fitness shape and meet our height and weight requirements

Here is the link to apply:

Attorney Advisor (General Law Division)
U.S. Department of Commerce
Washington, D.C.
The Department of Commerce, Office of the General Counsel (OGC) is seeking multiple attorneys to join the General Law Division (GLD). GLD provides legal support and advice regarding diverse legal matters and issues affecting the administrative operations of the Department. Ideal candidates will possess the ability to work efficiently and effectively on a wide variety of legal matters.

Selected applicant(s) will advise clients at the Department and program level, both in writing and orally, on a wide variety of legal matters, including:

Appropriations law, including the expenditure of funds; review of non-contractual, non-financial assistance transactions between the Department and other parties; review of potential Antideficiency Act and other violations of law;
Technical drafting assistance related to budget formulation and statutory construction;
Intellectual Property, including the creation, usage, licensing, and registration of Departmental marks;
Vacancies Reform Act, delegations of authority, and Presidential transitions.Ideal candidates will possess the ability to conduct independent research, review reports of investigation, and synthesize information into well-articulated, cogent legal analysis and recommendations for supervisors and/or clients.

GS-11 Level:
Performs a variety of legal duties such as: researching legal issues which are often factually complex; developing drafts of letters, memoranda, and legal documents for the use by a higher graded attorney; participating in administrative or judicial hearings; or conducting the preliminary review of applications which pose complex factual and legal questions where the applicant is seeking specific governmental protection or approval.

GS-12 Level:
Performs a variety of legal duties such as researching legal issues which are often factually complex; developing drafts of letters, memoranda and legal documents for themselves or a higher graded attorney; participating in administrative or judicial hearings; or conducting the preliminary review of applications which complex or factual and legal questions where the applicant is seeking specific governmental protection or approval. The incumbent is expected to be able to independently present legal conclusions to adjudicatory authorities, high level organizational officials, as well as outside counsel and other interested groups.

GS-13 Level:
Performs a variety of legal duties such as researching legal issues which are often factually complex; developing drafts of letters, memoranda and legal documents for themselves or a higher graded attorney; participating in administrative or judicial hearings; or conducting the preliminary review of applications which complex or factual and legal questions where the applicant is seeking specific governmental protection or approval. The incumbent is expected to be able to independently present legal conclusions to adjudicatory authorities, high level organizational officials, as well as outside counsel and other interested groups.

GS-14 Level:
As the lead attorney on a particular case which may go to an administrative or judicial hearing or counsel to a major operating program, the incumbent is responsible for the analysis of the legal issue in question, the development of the strategy to deal with the legal issue, and the content and means of delivery of the completed analysis of the legal issue. At this level, the incumbent provides legal advice to high level agency officials and is responsible for effectively presenting the agency position before administrative or judicial bodies. Where the incumbent is reviewing applications for specific governmental approval or protection, they will have final approval authority, and in many cases, will review the work of lower graded attorneys and provide final approval of applications preliminarily approved by the lower graded attorney.

GS-15 Level:
Serves as the lead attorney on a particular case or legal issue characterized by one or more of the following: 1) extremely complex difficult legal or factual issues requiring a high order or legal endeavor with the incumbent often having to balance conflicting interests; 2) matters that can have the effect of substantially broadening or restricting the activities of an agency or have an important impact on major industry whose economic position affects the health and stability of the general economy; 3) the matter involves, directly or indirectly, very large sums of money and are frequently vigorously contested by extremely capable legal talent OR counsel to a major operating program posing complex legal questions. Provides legal advice, representation and services to various bureaus within the Department with respect to complex and difficult questions of law; responsible for analysis of the legal issue in question, the development of the strategy to deal with the legal issue, and the content and means of delivery of the completed analysis of the legal issue. At this level, the incumbent typically deals with the top management of their agency as well as the top management and/or attorneys of other private and public organizations; as an expert in the procedural and substantive aspects of the law the incumbent may provide technical guidance to junior attorneys and influence policies. Help

Conditions of Employment
You must be suitable for Federal employment.
You must be a U.S. citizen.
You must be registered for Selective Service if applicable (
You must be able to successfully pass a background investigation.
Selectees will be required to submit a Financial Disclosure, OGE Form 450.
You must complete a two year trial period.

Basic requirement for all grade levels:
You must be a graduate with a Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree or equivalent from an accredited law school; AND
You must have bar membership in one of the 50 states, Washington, DC, Puerto Rico or the US Virgin Islands.

Here is the link to apply:​

Mergers and Acquisitions/Private Equity Associate 
Akerman LLP
Washington, D.C. area (Hybrid)

Akerman LLP seeks associates with 4 to 6 years of M&A and private equity transactional experience in an AmLaw firm, law school class of 2017, 2018 or 2019. Must possess strong drafting and organizational skills, excellent academics. Qualified candidates can be resident in any of our offices in New York, Florida, Georgia, Washington DC, Illinois or Texas. Must possess a Juris Doctor degree from an ABA accredited law school and be a member of the applicable State Bar (depending on office location) or willing to sit for the next examination.

Akerman LLP is ranked among the top 100 law firms in the United States by The American Lawyer and a top 100 U.S. law firm recognized by Financial Times as among the most forward thinking firms in the industry. Its more than 700 lawyers and business professionals collaborate with the world’s most successful enterprises and entrepreneurs to navigate change, seize opportunities, and help drive innovation and growth. Akerman is known for its results in middle market M&A and complex disputes, and for helping clients achieve their most important business objectives in the financial services, real estate and other dynamic sectors across the United States and Latin America. To learn more about our firm, please visit us at

Firm Recognitions
Top 100 U.S. Law Firms (The American Lawyer)
Among the Most Innovative Law Firms (Financial Times)
Ranked Among the Top 10 Large Law Firms for Diversity (Law360)
Ranked #1 among large law firms for Black and Hispanic Associates (Law360)
Ranked Among the Top 30 Large Law Firms for Gender Equity (Law360)
"Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality" for Eight Consecutive Years (100% Rating by Corporate Equality Index)
Mansfield Plus Certification for Diversity (Diversity Lab)
Leadership Council on Legal Diversity, 2022 Compass Award Winner

Here is the link to apply:

Attorney Advisor
U.S. Department of Commerce
Washington, D.C.

The Office of the General Counsel is seeking a regulatory attorney with exceptional analytical, organizational, and interpersonal skills to join the Office of the Assistant General Counsel for Legislation and Regulation. This is a Public Notice. Please read this Public Notice in its entirety prior to submitting your application for consideration. After the closing date, applicants can still submit resumes to: with the subject listed as Attorney Advisor (Regulation).
Basic requirement for all grade levels: You must be a graduate with a Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree or equivalent from an accredited law school; AND You must have bar membership in one of the 50 states, Washington, DC, Puerto Rico or the US. Virgin Islands. Minimum Requirements: The career ladder for attorney positions in OGC is generally GS-11 to GS-15. The minimum qualifications for hiring at each grade level (or equivalent) are as follows: GS-11: J.D. from an accredited law school and active bar membership in one of the 50 states, Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico, or the U.S. Virgin Islands. GS-12: Typically requires GS-11 qualifications plus one year legal experience. GS-13: Typically requires a minimum of two years of legal experience. GS-14: Typically requires a minimum of three years of relevant legal experience. GS-15: Typically requires a minimum of four years of relevant legal experience. Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations e.g., professional; philanthropic, religious; spiritual; community, student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies; knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience. Applicants may be hired at any of the grades shown in this announcement, commensurate with the candidate's experience and qualifications. You are encouraged to identify the grade level(s) or salary for which you wish to be considered.

The Office of the Secretary is the general management arm of the department and provides the principal support to the Secretary in formulating policy and in providing advice to the President. It provides program leadership for the department's functions and exercises general supervision over the operating units. It also directly carries out program functions as may be assigned by the Secretary and provides - as determined to be more economical or efficient - administrative and other support services for designated operating units. The Office of the Secretary consists of the Secretary, certain secretarial officers, designated staff immediately serving those officials and a number of offices which serve department-wide functions or perform program functions directly on behalf of the Secretary.

Here is the link to apply:

Counterintelligence SME
Koniag Government Services
Washington, D.C.

Koniag Government Services is hiring experienced Counterintelligence SME to support KGS and our government customer. Near FBI Headquarters in Washington, DC or any of its field offices across the U.S.  Occasionally, task orders may require performance outside of the United States. 

We offer competitive compensation and an extraordinary benefits package including health, dental and vision insurance, 401K with company matching, flexible spending accounts, paid holidays, three weeks paid time off, and more.

The SME:
Provides support in gathering, analysis, evaluation and the preparation of recommendations for program improvements, organizational process changes, optimization, development, and/or administration efforts 
Conducts comprehensive related research on applications and intelligence related automation to support analytical efforts.
Compare and contrast information from different sources.
Prepares, produces, and disseminates both scheduled and unscheduled general intelligence products, such as: briefings, studies, estimates, and assessments memoranda.
Provides technical assistance for other project team members.
Promotes and coordinates, where applicable, the sharing of organized criminal intelligence and criminal investigations with FBI when there is a nexus to the U.S. Identifies resource requirements and shortfalls to supervisor.
Represents activity in working groups and committees as substantive authority in subject area.

Work Experience, Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
Possess a minimum of 6 years federal law enforcement investigation experience, including extensive involvement in counterintelligence, counterproliferation/technology transfer, criminal, or cyber investigations.
Demonstrated experience in the administration and operation of counterintelligence investigations, particularly in sophisticated joint operations.
Possess knowledge of the FBI Domestic Investigations Operations Guide (DIOG), Attorney General Guidelines for Domestic FBI Investigations (AGG-Dom), Executive Order 12333, and other relevant guidelines, policies, statutes, and executive orders.
Possess contemporary knowledge of the primary threat focus of foreign intelligence services structures, operations and tradecraft, methodologies, and motivators.
Be    capable    of    working    independently    and    providing    detailed    analysis    and recommendations to FBI personnel at the senior executive level.
Excellent oral and written communication skills are required.
US citizenship.
Must possess have a current, within four years, CI Polygraph from the FBI or an approved agency prior to report date.
Ability to obtain and maintain a Top Secret (TS) / Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI).

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Securities Counsel
MissionSquare Retirement
Washington, D.C.

Requisition Number: SECUR001646

Join a great place to work! MissionSquare Retirement, a FINANCIAL SERVICES LEADER in public sector employee retirement products and services is seeking revenue and sales talent. Headquartered in Washington, DC, MissionSquare Retirement was founded to provide portable retirement benefits for city and county managers, enabling accumulated retirement assets to be transferred between employers. Today, MissionSquare Retirement serves more than 1.5 million participant accounts, and more than 9,000 retirement plans across the country. We have an extraordinary talent base and invite you to consider joining MissionSquare Retirement's Legal Team. 

The Securities Counsel requires the ability and willingness to work on a broad range of financial services and asset management related legal issues and will primarily provide counsel and advice to various internal business and compliance departments with respect to federal and state securities laws and regulations that impact MissionSquare Retirement and its affiliated, regulated entities.  The successful candidate will have a minimum of 3 years of in-house, law firm or government experience in securities law, as well as excellent research, writing and communication skills.

Essential Functions for this role include:
Research and analyze issues related to the operation of SEC registered investment advisers, broker-dealers, and collective investment trust funds.
Draft and review written policies and procedures for investment advisers and broker-dealers.
Draft and review various types of contracts and agreements related to regulated entities as well as general corporate activities.
Review marketing and client reporting materials for adherence to corporate policy and applicable laws and regulations.
Provide general legal guidance regarding corporate matters.
Familiarity with federal and state privacy laws and regulations.

If you have the following credentials, we encourage you to apply: 
Law degree from an accredited law school and active state bar membership. 
Three or more years of securities law experience, including practical experience working in a financial services firm, law firm, the SEC, or FINRA. 
Working knowledge of and experience with securities laws and regulations related to investment advisers.
Familiarity with laws relating to collective investment trust funds.
Familiarity with SEC and FINRA rules related to broker-dealers.
Excellent legal research, writing and analysis skills.
Strong communication skills.
Strong contract negotiation and drafting skills.
Working knowledge of general corporate law.

Here is the link to apply: ​


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