Senior Corporate Counsel, Offer Enablement
Herndon, Va.

You will be responsible for supporting Cisco’s premier SW and Services buying program the Enterprise Agreement program. You will work creatively and collaboratively across many teams as new offers are added to the EA Program portfolio and as the EA Program grows and changes. You will collaborate regularly with Cisco’s SW Sales team, the Global Offer Acceleration and License Simplication team (GOALS) within the ONEx organization, and respective Business Units for the varied EA suites to support this program and help shape the EA offerings. You will advise and empower Cisco Legal's global multidisciplinary team of professionals and work with GOALS/SW Sales and CX to create program documentation and other materials to educate clients, customers and partners about the legal framework supporting this program and our related product and services portfolio. You will provide customer-centric and business-minded legal support to stakeholders at all levels of the company and partner with Cisco’s internal business teams to improve our SW/SaaS policies and processes. Further, as a part of the enablement team, you will help shape the future of our offers as we look to simplify and streamline our contracting model and transform our go to market approach for all buying programs and related offers.

Provide excellent legal support to accelerate sales of our SW and Services through the Enterprise Agreement. Lead initiatives aimed at simplifying and standardizing SW sales to allow Cisco to meet its buying program targets. You have a sharp business focus, are proactive, decisive, and highly collaborative.

Daily work includes
Identify and implement strategies and processes to improve the EA Program. 
Lead the EA Program templates and fallback/negotiated buying program terms. 
Manage inputs into the EA Business Desk. 
Work with sales legal, business units, and channels regularly to implement new offers into the EA. 
Drive processes and materials to help Legal scale for growth and reduce contract cycle time. Partner and collaborate with other Legal team members and other business functions to drive business objectives. 
Build strong internal and external relationships while balancing the needs in Cisco’s engineering and sales priorities. 
Provide continuous improvement of standard form agreements, playbooks, contract templates, and legal and operational processes. 
Effectively advise, educate and train on and assist in the enforcement of Cisco’s offer policies processes. 
Work in a sprint process on special projects that deliver results for Cisco. 

Who You Are
You are comfortable with uncomfortable situations where you must quickly learn new areas of Cisco’s business and operations, seek improvements to the status quo and work cross-functionally but still drive to completion of projects. You have excellent legal and business judgment, possess strong critical thinking and writing skills, have a team-first mentality, and a validated work ethic. You should be able to work independently as well as collaboratively and flexibly in a collegial, fast-paced and constantly evolving environment, and adapt your approach and demeanor to match shifting demands of different situations and varied personalities. You are a clear communicator who can simplify, organize and deliver information (oral and written) to a business audience. You have sophisticated interpersonal and influencing abilities and can build trusted relationships both within and outside the legal department. Success requires self-motivation, self-reliance, confidence, diligence and a passion to learn about new technologies and businesses. Required qualifications include

J.D. and excellent academic credentials. 
State Bar member in good standing and eligibility to practice. 
6-8+ years of relevant legal, in-house and law firm experience. 
Extensive background in software licensing/SaaS and/or sales and commercial transactions, preferably in the technology industry. 
Experience with privacy and data protection issues, including strong knowledge of global privacy laws, particularly GDPR. 
Solid knowledge of intellectual property laws. 
Intellectual curiosity to learn about new technologies and understand product architectures. 
Practical business judgment and understanding of the difference between legal requirements and business risk. 
Strong organizational and program management skills and the ability to prioritize and handle several simultaneous projects for multiple businesses under deadline pressure. 
Ability to quickly absorb, evaluate and respond to new and novel issues and to craft creative solutions. 
Experience working across multiple internal business organizations. 
Ability to understand complex contractual issues, assess risk, and provide concise, plain English, business-focused legal documentation/processes and advice. 
Strong influencing and leadership skills. 
Ability to show up with a positive demeanor, even under pressure. 

Why Cisco
At Cisco, each person brings their unique talents to work as a team and make a difference.
Yes, our technology changes the way the world works, lives, plays and learns, but our edge comes from our people.
We connect everything – people, process, data and things – and we use those connections to change our world for the better. 
We innovate everywhere - from launching a new era of networking that adapts, learns and protects, to building services that accelerate businesses and business results. Our technology powers entertainment, retail, healthcare, education and more – from Smart Cities to your everyday devices. 
We benefit everyone - We do all of this while striving for a culture that empowers every person to be the difference, at work and in our communities. 

Colorful hair? Don’t care. Tattoos? Show off your ink. Like polka dots? That’s cool. Pop culture geek? Many of us are. Be you, with us! #WeAreCisco

Here is the Link to Apply:

General Counsel
DrFirst, Inc.
Washington, D.C.-Baltimore Area

DrFirst is a Healthcare IT provider of SaaS Solutions. The strength of our software solutions, our innovative architecture, and our rapid growth has earned us various third-party recognitions that underscore our commitment to industry leadership.

DrFirst is looking for a General Counsel to be based in the Company’s Rockville, Maryland headquarters, may consider remote. The General Counsel will report to the CEO & President and will interact daily with senior management and other company personnel on a broad spectrum of internal functions, including contract and regulatory compliance, finance, sales, product management, engineering, human resources, and professional/consulting services.
The ideal candidate will be a key thought leader, chief compliance officer, and business advisor for relevant decision-makers. General Counsel must have corporate|business law experience preferably experience working for a SaaS company and have healthcare experience.

You will supervise – and be supported by -- a team of four lawyers. One senior lawyer is dedicated to patents, trademarks, and other intellectual property issues (including developing strategies for commercializing IP). A second senior lawyer brings experience in contracting and in the regulatory matters that directly affect DrFirst (HIPAA, Anti-Kickback, TCPA). He also supervises two junior lawyers whose primary responsibilities include routine contracting, legal research, and monitoring developments in the law that may affect DrFirst. The legal department employs two non-lawyers, one of whom has long experience in contract review and the other who assists in the administration and entry-level contract review. You should expect to work closely with the legal department staff, seek the advice of the senior lawyers, and take advantage of existing expertise.
In collaboration with your legal department colleagues, you will manage relationships with outside counsel when special expertise is required. This involves the selection of the right experts, supervising their work to ensure that it is efficient and useful, and building relationships of trust and confidence.
You will be expected to become familiar with all aspects of the Company’s business and to be alert to potential internal conflicts and potential legal issues that may affect Company initiatives.
Your direct supervisor will be the Chief Administrative Officer. You will also deal frequently with the CFO and various department heads. Less frequently, but on a regular basis, you will be expected to advise and collaborate with the President and the CEO. You will brief the Board of Directors when major issues face the company. 
You will address strategic partnership transactions as well as day-to-day corporate legal issues.
You will advise on corporate governance issues.
Your advice and counsel will be sought on potential outside investments in the Company and on potential merger and acquisition transactions. This will require at least some familiarity with the principles and issues involved in these transactions, but the company is seeking a general counsel and not a narrow specialist. 

Required Education and Skill Set:
Juris Doctor degree
Admission to at least one state (or D.C.) bar 
At least 15 years of legal experience, in positions of responsibility, with work on complicated issues and experience advising decision-makers in high-stakes matters.
Corporate business experience, preferably at a SaaS company
Experience in the health care industry
**Local candidates preferred** 

The candidate should also possess an understanding of financial principles applicable to a large and growing corporation; excellent legal and business writing skills; the ability to communicate confidently and effectively with colleagues, clients and senior management; a high customer service ethic; and the ability to collaborate and build productive relationships with colleagues and clients. Prior experience as corporate general counsel is desirable.

Melissa Miller
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For immediate consideration, please apply to:

General Counsel/Chief Privacy Officer
Washington, D.C.

Employment Type: Direct Hire TRU is representing a dynamic, bleeding edge technology company seeking to add a Chief Privacy Officer/General Counsel to its thriving team. This high-growth organization is looking to bring on an eager, open-minded player/coach to own, lead, and build the privacy program, as well as to provide some general counsel oversight (in conjunction with outside counsel). This is a position for someone with privacy leadership expertise who isn’t afraid to be in the weeds as well as the C-Suite and who can both create and execute on the vision for a leading privacy program. This role is strongly preferred to be in Atlanta, GA or Washington, D.C. but our client is open to anywhere for the perfect fit; relocation candidates are welcome. if you have deep experience dealing with location data tracking, you want to apply for this today! Resumes

We are looking for a Chief Privacy Officer and General Counsel to manage and lead the enterprise-wide strategy and implementation of privacy compliance, data ethics, privacy communication, and privacy product development, as well as spearhead legal solutions across the organization. Reporting to the CEO, you will serve as the trusted advisor to all teams (particularly senior leadership) by providing strategic recommendations and analyses as it relates to privacy and legal, balancing legal risks against business opportunities. You will play a key role in scaling our data privacy and security posture as the company enters new phases of growth and ensures that the company elevates and enhances its industry-leading reputation for data privacy.

What You'll Do: 
Drives and owns the development, management, and implementation of the company’s privacy posture, data ethics, and legal programs
Creates a culture of privacy; be the evangelist and educator to the organization about data protection across all business units, creating ongoing awareness and compliance
Manages and optimizes relationships with outside counsel and collaborates with our team and Data Protection Officer to ensure compliance with global regulations and standards related to GDPR, CCPA, data privacy, and industry-related regulatory changes
Prepares and manages responses and actions to all applicable privacy laws and regulations
Monitors emerging privacy legislation and advises on potential impact for the company
Drives alignment between data privacy and data security practices by reviewing all system-related information security plans throughout the organization
Is a creative partner and sounding board with product and engineering teams on privacy considerations for new products and features to ensure compliance with applicable laws, operating systems and regulations, while enhancing solutions for the portfolio
Supports client success, sales, and marketing teams to build thought leadership and address privacy questions from clients, publishers, consumers, and any other external stakeholders
Collaborates with marketing team on outside communication specifically as it relates to communicating privacy to the public
Provides ongoing legal counseling in various areas including corporate law, employment law, intellectual property, international licensing agreements, privacy law, etc.
Drafts, negotiates, and/or reviews contracts with a wide range of complexity, including Vendor Contracts, Commercial Contracts (i.e. Data License Agreements), Non-Disclosure Agreements, Data Processing Addendums, commercial leases, and consultant agreements
Builds out and hires a privacy team in-house and fosters a robust data protection culture within the company, while continuing to be an active contributor who is unafraid to roll up their sleeves to execute on ideas and plans

Lawyer with significant privacy and/or product counseling experience in technology space; past in-house and/or government experience is preferred
Experience building, growing, and scaling a leading, enterprise-wide privacy program
Extensive knowledge with respect to global privacy laws and information security requirements, particularly CCPA and GDPR. Other knowledge and experience across the substantive legal areas relevant to privacy and data security is a plus (e.g. PIPEDA, HIPAA, GLBA, COPPA, and LGPD)
Ability to understand business needs and partner with internal clients and outside groups to find creative solutions to complex problems
Highly responsive with strong written and verbal communication skills
Enjoys and thrives at working in a fast-paced high-growth environment (e.g. has the ability to multitask, works under tight time pressures, prioritizes work)
Demonstrates impeccable legal and business judgment and has the ability to react quickly to changing business needs and demands
Ability to understand complex technical concepts and collaborates with data and engineering teams
Innate curiosity, with a passion for the intersection of business, technology, and the law including data privacy and data ethics, while demonstrating our core values of accountability, solutions-focused, integrity, and collaboration
Bachelor’s degree and Juris Doctor degree (or equivalent) are required
Admission in and good standing in at least one U.S. jurisdiction
Certifications from IAPP such as the CIPP/E or CIPP/US is a huge plus and preferred
Experience working in highly regulated industry is a plus

Here is the Link to Apply:

Vice President, Associate General Counsel
Chevy Chase Trust
Bethesda, MD

The Associate General Counsel will be a key member of the firm’s senior leadership team.  The Associate General Counsel will be responsible for providing general legal support to all of the firm’s functional areas.           

Duties & Responsibilities:
Supports General Counsel in all legal matters.
Provide legal and regulatory advice and draft documentation related to investment management, trust chartered activities, and collective investment funds. 
Advise and draft documentation regarding regulatory reporting requirements, examinations and correspondence with the Maryland Commissioner of Financial Regulation, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Department of Labor and the Internal Revenue Service. 
Manage and collaborate with outside counsel on a variety of specialties including litigation, arbitration, and regulatory matters related to investment management, trust activities, tax, ERISA and intellectual property.  

Draft, review and negotiate contracts with clients and third-party vendors including software, investment management, brokerage, and investment trading, performance and productivity systems agreements. 
Serve as Insider Trading Officer responsible for developing and administering policies in accordance with statutory law, SEC regulations, and court decisions. 
Develop, restructure and provide ongoing legal support for investment products (including collective and common funds, equity and asset allocation programs). 
Serve as corporate secretary, and draft corporate governance documents and resolutions for Boards of Directors and Audit Committee.
Monitor proposed legislation and draft policies and procedures to implement relevant finalized rules and regulations

Work collaboratively with the Chief Compliance Office to:
Monitor proposed legislation and draft policies and procedures to implement relevant finalized rules and regulations
Advise on risk management issues
Provide legal advice with respect to applicable proposed and new regulations

Work collaboratively with the General Counsel of ASB Real Estate Division including, but not limited to:
Provide legal advice regarding the suitability of potential investors for placement in the ASB Allegiance Real Estate Fund (Taft-Hartley/qualified plans)
Update summary of investor qualification criteria for dissemination to applicable internal parties and potential investors
Disseminate, negotiate and monitor status of investor documentation, including side letters, for investors in the fund
Proactively communicate and advise on status of investor documentation, investor inquiries and investor withdrawals
Provide updates and advice regarding significant changes to ERISA law, collective funds law and banking laws
Maintain investor files
Support the General Counsel in developing, maintaining and monitoring database of side letter obligations

Experience providing legal advice for investment management firms. 
Demonstrated working knowledge of the Investment Advisor’s Act of 1940.
Working knowledge of ERISA preferred, but not required
Experience providing legal advice for collective investment funds.
Experience structuring, negotiating and drafting agreements and contracts. 
Ability to build collegial and effective relationships.  
Ability to prioritize work volume.                       
 Excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to structure and disseminate complex information.
Demonstrated negotiation skills.
Demonstrated problem-solving skills.
Sound decision-making skills.

EXPERIENCE: A minimum of 5 years of relevant experience 

Here is the link to apply:

Associate General Counsel, Commercial Contracts & Public Sector
Washington, D.C.

Work is no longer a place. It’s what you do. And how you do it. More fluid, more flexible, powered by your imagination and by some amazing technology! That’s where we come in. We’re Poly. We’re a global outfitter of pro-grade audio and video technology so that employees everywhere can look and sound their best from anywhere. Join us as we pursue our disruptive vision to bring professional audio and video meeting technology and services to everyone. Be a part of our journey!
As our Associate General Counsel – Public Sector & Commercial Contracts you will support Poly’s tremendous growth of public sector, SLED, e-commerce, and sales opportunities.  The position will report to the Vice President, Deputy General Counsel for Commercial Transactions.  In this role, you will interact with business leaders, customers, outside counsel, and other members of the legal team and business partners, advising at all levels of the organization internationally.

The position will be based in Washington D.C., Denver, or Austin, but remote locations will be considered and qualified applications based in the US are encouraged to apply. 

Your day-to-day:
Provide legal counsel relating to issues arising from complex commercial transactions for the sale of Poly products and solutions to direct and indirect customers in the federal government, SLED/education, financial industry, and healthcare sectors.
Counsel internal stakeholders regarding applicable public sector and US Gov’t contracting regulations and requirements; review certification and compliance requests from government customers and government resellers.
Draft and negotiate commercial agreements for the sale of hardware and services to federal, state, and local public sector customers. 
Counsel business organization and management various regulatory issues impacting public sector and commercial transactions, including data security, privacy, export controls, and fair competition; provide training and develop programs to educate sales personnel regarding key legal and compliance issues.
Provide guidance on legal requirements in connection with large end user and government agency requests for information (RFIs), requests for proposals (RFPs), and grant funding.
Assist in developing processes and policies to help Poly achieve strategic objectives, mitigate legal risk, and increase efficiencies in the public sector sales area.
Work collaboratively as part of a global legal team.

What you bring to the team:
Strong academic, law firm, and in-house (preferred) credentials, and bar admission and in good standing in at least one state
Seven or more years of experience counseling multinational companies and/or government agencies on all aspects of complex public sector and commercial transactions.
Ability to analyze complex information and think strategically to solve problems and assess and minimize risk
Ability to work and independently as a member of a flexible global team across multiple time zones
Attention to detail with excellent communication skills

Our Culture:
At Poly, leadership principles aren't just something we talk about, they're something we live and breathe. We believe in creating a work environment where people feel empowered, supported, and included –where trust and transparency are built into the way we work - where creativity, curiosity, and continuous improvement are encouraged and nurtured every day.

C3 – Customer. Customer. Customer:  Customer obsession is everyone’s job. You enjoy solving customers’ problems - big or small.  You work closely with customers, channel partners and their teams to deliver innovative solutions. 
Raise the Bar:  You take pride in your work and know details matter. You know that shavings make a pile.  You seek every opportunity to continuously improve teams, products, and processes.  
Communicate Courageously:  You speak with candor but aren't a jerk. You constructively challenge your teammates to get to the best possible outcome or decision. Once a decision is made, you fully align and stay aligned. 
Onward and Upward:  You learn from the past but focus on the future. You rapidly adapt to changes in the marketplace. You help to create solutions that move the company forward with energy, momentum, and results. 
Own It:  You know your business, your customers, and your team – inside and out. You don't sacrifice long-term value for short-term results. You act with integrity, spend money like it’s your own, and put Poly first.
Take the Leap:  Speed matters in business. You encourage and require those around you to think strategically and act decisively. Poly values calculated risk taking. 
Ride Together:  We are one team. We do what we say we’ll do, we treat each other with respect, we have each other’s back, and we hold each other accountable.
Leaders Lead:  You know you are part of a larger global community and make decisions as good stewards of the earth, its resources and its people.

Here is the link to apply:

Corporate Lawyer
Hire Counsel
Washington, D.C. and Baltimore

My name’s Mike Coughlin and I’m Director of Special Project Attorney Placement here at Hire Counsel, which is my fancy way of saying attorney recruiter/head-hunter/guy that finds lawyers work.
There’s a need for high-level transactional attorneys on a contractual basis, at roughly $100/hr, popping up left and right.
Basically, everywhere I turn, I’m getting requests for people who can do the grunt work, if you will, of SEC related filings: S-1, 10-Q, 8-K, and 10-K specifically have come up, as has a need to negotiate underwriting agreements and offering circulars; people who know their way around the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, compliance with FINRA, and so on.
I’m also seeing a need for help with Fund Formation and Financing, Private Wealth Management, and other higher level transactional law that involves rich people and their money.

Duration: Anywhere from 3 months at 60-100 hours/week to 12 months at 40/week, though typically firms are looking for 6 months, 40 hours a week, at $105/hr.
Yes, these are mostly contract/temp positions, but I AM working with a few firms looking to hire permanently. If you’re only open to perm, that’s great, but, please, let me know.

Rate: $100-120/hr, depending on experience

Location: Most of the roles are remote. Obviously, the ability to come into the office in the future is a plus, so DC/NYC area attorneys may have a leg up in that department, but that’s speculative on my part.

Honestly, this is the type of work that you either know how to do or you don’t.
You’re a lawyer with an active bar (usually, they prefer a bar active in the state where you reside/will physically be doing the work).
You’ll likely have a “Big Law” background, or experience at a high-level regulatory agency.
You probably graduated from a top 50 law school.
I was a lawyer for years, but it was mostly divorces, PI, and some mortgage fraud litigation – in other words: not this. I *do* have roles for guys like me, so don’t hesitate to reach out, though.
Hire Counsel posts these roles on LinkedIn, and on the website, so you can check those out from time to time, but the best way to connect is to simply email your resume to 

Government Investigations & White Collar Associate
Nixon Peabody
Washington, D.C. 
At Nixon Peabody, our priority is to attract, retain, and promote talented individuals who have an array of racial, ethnic, social, economic, religious, and personal backgrounds, genders and sexual orientations. Therefore, we encourage talented individuals with diverse backgrounds and experiences to apply.

Our Government Investigations & White Collar Practice Group is seeking to hire an associate to join our Washington, DC office. 

Our team has extensive proficiency in counseling, investigating, defending and litigating all forms of government inquiry. Our nationwide representation includes managing matters from the investigation and grand jury stages through trial and, if necessary, appeal and collateral proceedings. We provide comprehensive services to individuals and organizations that receive civil investigative demands, subpoenas or any other requests for information from federal prosecutors, state prosecutors or investigative agencies.

A career at Nixon Peabody is the opportunity to do work that matters. It’s a chance to use your knowledge to shape what’s ahead.  To share, to innovate, to learn at a firm that taps the power of collective thinking.

Job Requirements:
Qualified candidates will have four to six years of relevant experience. The ideal candidate will have strong writing and analytical skills, and will have completed a clerkship, law review or other significant writing experience. Demonstrated written advocacy experience in the defense of government investigations, government enforcement litigation and related complex civil fraud litigation is required. The successful candidate will also have experience in managing these types of matters, including the development of investigation strategy, the management of responding to government subpoenas, CIDs, or other document requests, and demonstrated ability to master complex factual analysis.

Qualified candidates will be motivated self-starters with stellar academic credentials, superb judgment and communication skills, a commitment to excellence and have the ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment.

Here is the link to apply:^?LWCZ4dN=1`&QDFnXTpbVzc%3d=Mk1ubW9A

Communications Associate
Squire Patton Boggs
Washington, D.C.

The Washington DC office of Squire Patton Boggs is seeking an Attorney with five years or more of telecom experience to join our Communications practice group. 

Our global communications practice is focused on telecom regulation, spectrum policy, satellite, Internet, ecommerce, competition and foreign market access, and international regulatory matters. We practice before the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and other relevant authorities in the US and abroad. The individual hired for this position can expect to be involved with a variety of assignments and assume significant responsibility in complex matters for key clients. 

Advising firm clients and manage client relationships on legal and regulatory developments affecting the telecommunications industry; satellite and earth station licensing; U.S. and foreign spectrum regulation; data protection and privacy; terrestrial wireless licensing; and international regulatory advice to private commercial entities and foreign governments
Supervise a team on transactions and adjudications
Assist managing client relationships
Prepare responses to proposals and presentations to clients, as well as presentations to Government and regulatory authorities on behalf of clients
Legal research and writing

 Academic and Professional Qualifications:
U.S. Juris Doctor Degree
Admitted to practice in the District of Columbia

Professional Skills & Experience:
Five years or more of substantial experience of complex legal issues related to the communications industry including legal research and analysis, regulatory advice and contract negotiation and drafting
Program management experience is a plus
Meaningful experience in a law firm or government position

Personal Skills:
Demonstrated capability to work in a team environment and to exercise sound and practical judgment
Superior research and analytical abilities
Excellent verbal and written communication and organizational skills
Strong analytical skills
Flexible, composed, and ability to prioritize and handle multiple matters simultaneously with a high level of competence and accuracy
Committed to professional ethics and client confidentiality
Ability to work independently, lead a team and take initiative

Application Process
In order to be considered for a position at Squire Patton Boggs, you must formally apply online. Here is the link to apply:

Supervisory General Attorney 75-21
Patuxent River Estates, Md. 

Become a part of an organization that will let you make a difference to the country and the world!

The Supervisory General Attorney will be expected to supervise attorneys practicing predominantly in civilian personnel law as well as other Department of the Navy Office of the General Counsel (OGC) practice areas including acquisition law; fiscal law, and ethics. In addition, the supervisors will also be called upon to perform and manage the resolution of issues in the full range of OGC practice areas including the Freedom of Information Act, environmental law, intellectual property law and the review of non-FAR based agreements. Additional information regarding the Office of General Counsel and this vacancy can be found at Personnel Notice: 75-21.

NAVAIR provides advanced warfare technology through the efforts of a seamless, integrated, worldwide network of aviation technology experts. From aircraft and weapons development to carrier launch and recovery; from sensors to real-time communications to precision targeting; from aircraft and weapons sustainment to state-of-the-art training; NAVAIR provides dominant combat effects and matchless capabilities to the American Warfighter.

Here is the link to apply:

Associate General Counsel
​Sol Systems
Washington, D.C.

Sol Systems is seeking an attorney to serve as Associate General Counsel within its Law Department to support Sol Systems’ business units. The successful candidate will have substantial experience drafting and negotiating documents in the energy space. Experience acquiring, developing, financing and/or constructing energy projects is highly valuable to the Law Department.

Sol Systems is a solar energy project development and financial services company with a national footprint and a diverse customer, investor, and partner base. We have financed or developed over $2 billion of solar energy assets to date. As a leading renewable energy developer, financier, trader and operator, Sol empowers entrepreneurs to have a meaningful impact on the world with a focus on catalyzing the development and operation of sustainable infrastructure.

This position will be responsible for: 
Leading transaction counsel for project and portfolio M&A, structured finance transactions and investor diligence
Reviewing and editing contracts for renewable energy projects throughout development, construction and operation stages
Identifying and solving legal risks to enable execution of business initiatives
Managing outside counsel to maintain high quality and cost control work project
Proactively spotting and mitigating risks to portfolio management, compliance and business operations

A successful candidate will possess the following skills and attributes:
Legal expertise tempered by business acumen
Solution-focused creative thinker
Project finance and infrastructure experience
Willing to do the grunt work while driving strategic value to help grow and improve team

Location & Hours: This is a full-time role and will be based in our Washington, DC office.  

Commitment & Compensation: Compensation will be commensurate with experience. In addition, Sol Systems provides health insurance, retirement benefits, partial gym reimbursement, education benefits, parental leave, paid vacation, sick and federal holidays, and the opportunity to work in a unique and dynamic environment. 

To Apply: Please submit a resume, cover letter and salary requirements. Applicants that are missing items from this list will not be considered.


Staff Attorney - Power & Democracy Program
Advancement Project
Washington, D.C.

Situated at the forefront of the national stage in the racial justice movement, Advancement Project National Office is a cutting edge, no-holds-barred national nonprofit whose team members are dedicated to creating free and safe communities for people of color. From fighting to expand the right to vote to ending the school-to-prison pipeline and calling for a complete overhaul of how we view the police and carceral state, Advancement Project National Office team members impact real change from the ground up. This moment demands alignment, sharp strategic thinking and creativity to imagine a more just world in which racism no longer exists and all people of color can be free and safe – and we are excited to bring on new talent to change our world.

Position Overview:
We are seeking a creative problem solver, strong advocate, and skilled attorney with approximately 2-5 years of legal experience to join our Power and Democracy Program. This position works across all our voting rights programs—including fighting voter suppression tactics and expanding the right to vote—but focuses primarily on our restoration of rights efforts. This entails identifying and responding to relevant legislative and legal developments through legal research, analysis, written communications for a wide range of audiences, and occasionally, litigation, in support of our grassroots partners across the country. This position regularly involves collaboration within and across teams.
The position will be part of our bargaining unit with compensation determined by the bargaining unit’s compensation structure.

Description of Role:
Research and analyze policies, laws and regulations on assigned issues in support of grassroots partners and Advancement Project’s overall mission.
Investigate voting rights and racial justice issues through data, anecdotal, and other factual collection and analysis.
Prepare legal memoranda and drafts other associated policy-related and legal documents.
Assist with investigations, litigation efforts, including discovery and motion writing when appropriate.
Assist with legislative efforts, including analyzing and drafting language for bills.
Collaborate with colleagues, internally and externally, in voting rights and other program areas to develop and implement strategies.
Cultivate external relationships with national and regional organizations and allies.
Provide guidance to team members and interns on work product.
Assist with legal and policy work cross-program, as needed.
Use a variety of legal, policy, communications, organizing and coalition-building strategies to assist our community partners.

Minimum Qualifications:
Juris Doctorate degree is required.
State bar membership (must be willing to become a member of or able to waive into DC Bar).
At least 2 years of legal experience.
Demonstrated commitment to racial justice.
Excellent written, verbal, analytical, interpersonal, and organizational skills.
Interest in working with grassroots organizations.
Willingness to travel.
Experience in voting rights or related civil rights experience is preferred.
Willingness to work in multiple program areas, as needed.
Strong interest in restoration of rights work, fluency in Spanish, organizing experience, litigation experience, and coalition-building experiences are pluses.

Here is the link to apply:

Attorney Adviser (General)
Defense Logistics Agency
Fort Belvoir, Va.

Please note, during the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Agency is operating in a maximum telework posture for all telework ready employees occupying a telework eligible position.
Selectee will serve as an Associate General Counsel for DLA and the primary Counsel and Chief Legal Advisor for the DTIC.
Selectee is responsible for providing legal advice and support for the DTIC organization and support to DLA Headquarters as the DTIC workload permits.
DTIC is responsible for the acquisition, organization, storage, retrieval, analysis, and dissemination of information products by, for, or about the DoD Research and Engineering programs.
Selectee requires professional competence in providing legal and policy advice.
Selectee provides the full array of advice, counsel, and representation to DTIC and DLA.
Legal and policy advice includes labor, contract and fiscal, ethics, administrative, intellectual property, procurement integrity, alternate dispute resolution, and Freedom of Information Act/Privacy Act law.
Selectee will provide legal representation on matters before administrative forums such as the Merit System Protection Board (MSPB), Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), and the Armed Service Board of Contract Appeals (ASBCA).
Selectee performs other duties as assigned.
Travel Required

You must possess professional legal experience in excess of 3 years commensurate with the duties and responsibilities of the position.

Ability to provide accurate, timely, responsive, and ethical legal advice and counsel that addresses the operative facts and applicable law and provides clear and workable guidance.
Ability to provide effective support working cooperatively with senior level civilian clients using problem-solving skills to facilitate consensus solutions.
Analytical/legal ability (including issue identification, legal research, analysis of options, risk analysis, creative problem-solving).
Excellent oral and written communication skills as an advocate.
Excellent interpersonal skills and client relationships, and the ability to interact well with senior officials on controversial and sensitive issues.
Other Selection Factors Considered

Specialized legal experience in the following is not required but will be given favorable consideration: labor law, fiscal, contracts, intellectual property, information, government ethics or administrative law. Security Clearance: This position is designated Critical Sensitive. If selected, you must obtain and maintain a Top Secret security clearance. If you are unable to obtain this level of security clearance (as a result of undisclosed or disclosed background issues), within a reasonable period of time (as defined by the agency), the employment offer may be withdrawn. In addition, incumbent is subject to periodic re-investigation to maintain security eligibility in accordance with DoD 5200.2-R.

Contact Information:
Ms. Jennifer Campbell
Senior Supervisory Paralegal

Agency contact information:

Abygail Sharrar
DLA General Counsel
8725 John J Kingman Road
Fort Belvoir, VA 22060
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General Counsel and Associate Register of Copyrights
Library of Congress
Washington, DC

Copyright is a form of legal protection provided by the laws of the United States (Title 17, U.S. Code) to authors of literary, dramatic, musical, artistic, and other works. The Office of the General Counsel of the US Copyright Office interprets the copyright law. The General Counsel and Associate Register of Copyrights has the responsibility at the highest level for a wide range of complex tasks related to the administration of the US copyright law.

The United States Copyright Office, located within the Library of Congress and under the direction of the Register of Copyrights, administers the Copyright Law, advises Congress and government agencies on legal and policy matters; provides international representation on copyright issues; administers the national copyright registration system; provides collections materials to the Library through voluntary registration and mandatory deposit programs; records documents relating to copyright chain of title; administers statutory license provisions of the law, including collecting and distributing royalties; maintains the world's largest database of copyright public records; and provides information and reference services to the public.

This position is located in the Office of the General Counsel, Office of the Register, U.S. Copyright Office. The position description number for this position is 264889. This is a permanent, supervisory, non-bargaining unit position. The incumbent must undergo and obtain a secret level security clearance as a condition of employment.

Serves as a senior advisor to the Register of Copyrights. Interprets Copyright Office programs and practices and makes policy recommendations as requested in specific areas of copyright law. Represents and speaks for the Copyright Office in speeches and discussions at legal and professional meetings, conferences, and seminars in the United States and in foreign countries. Contributes articles and other writings to law reviews, collections, professional journals, etc.

Provides professional supervisory oversight of the employees, some of whom perform at GS-15 grade level. Manages and supervises the administrative and technical aspect for accomplishing the work.

Your resume is important to this application process. It will be reviewed to determine whether you possess the qualifications referenced above. All applicants are required to submit a resume that provides specific information (to include accomplishments, work experience and education/training) that clearly describes what you would bring to the position. The Supervisor leads his/her staff toward meeting the Library’s vision, mission, and goals by acting decisively, leveraging diversity and inclusiveness, demonstrating flexibility and resilience, fostering continuous improvement and innovation, and fostering integrity and honesty. To view the Library’s Supervisory Core Competencies click the following link:

The competencies below are required for this position. Those marked with a double asterisk (**) are considered the most critical competencies for this position.

A candidate's resume must show a proven record of accomplishment that clearly demonstrates he or she has:

Ability to Convey Legal Analysis and Information Orally Through Briefings, Consultations, and Other Presentations. The person in this position must have the ability to communicate analysis and information orally through briefings, consultations and other presentations.

Ability to Conduct, Manage and Write Research Materials Related to Copyright and Administrative Law** The person in this position must have the ability to direct and coordinate research on range of problems involved in the development, implementation, and operation of U.S. copyright law, administrative law and Title 17.

Applicants must possess an LL.B. or J.D., or higher degree from a full course of study in a school of law accredited by the American Bar Association or a state-accredited school of law and be a current active (or equivalent) member in good standing of the bar of a state, the District of Columbia, a territory of the United States, or the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. Appointees must maintain active membership in good standing of the bar throughout their employment.

Legible copies of transcripts demonstrating that applicant is a graduate from an LL.B. or J.D., or higher degree program in a school of law accredited by the American Bar Association or a state-accredited school of law must be attached to your online application. Unofficial transcripts are acceptable at the time of the application. Official documents will be required if selected.

Also, a copy of bar membership demonstrating that applicant is a member in good standing of the bar of a state, the District of Columbia, a territory of the United States, or the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico must be attached to your online application. Failure to submit the required legible documentation at the time of application will result in disqualification of your application.

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