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Phone: 240-421-6395   E-mail: tramstack@gmail.com



Risk Mitigation Attorney

Systems Planning and Analysis, Inc.
Alexandria, Va.

Job ID: 2020-4769
Category Policy Analysis
Type Regular Full-Time

The Cyber, Acquisition, Intelligence Group (CAIG) supports a broad array of clients the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment (A&S) and Research and Engineering on cyber, space, nuclear, intelligence and acquisition efforts. The Senior Program Analyst position will be located at the Pentagon. #IN

SPA is seeking an experienced Risk Mitigation Attorney in support of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (DASD) for Industrial Policy.

The candidate will support DASD Industrial Policy in the development and oversight of Committed on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) mitigation agreements, along with assisting Case Managers on Risk Based Assessments (RBAs) in coordination with a dedicated team.
The candidate will support the annual or bi-annual review of mitigation compliance and may involve domestic and international travel. Finally, the candidate will develop and maintain standard operating procedures for the mitigation of foreign investment risk in the areas of product integrity, supply assurance, collocation, and technology transfer.

Active TS/SCI clearance.
Bachelor's degree in the areas of Business, Finance, Economics, or National Security.
Juris Doctorate in any field.
7+ years of experience developing policy, process, and audit compliance.
Experience in mitigating risk in corporate structures, ventures, or contracts.
Experience in revenue recognition, technology transfer, Intellectual Property ownership, product integrity, and supply assurance.
Ability to travel.

Master's degree in the areas of Business, Finance, Economics, or National Security.

Here is the link to apply: https://careers-spa.icims.com/jobs/4769/risk-mitigation-attorney/job?iis=Job+Board&iisn=Local+Job+Network&mode=job&mobile=false&width=1220&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-300&jun1offset=-240

Antitrust Attorney

Latham & Watkins
Washington, D.C.

Job Description
(DC) Represent clients in antitrust-related administrative proceedings before Dept. of Transportation, DOJ, FTC & in litigation matters inv. antitrust laws. Counsel clients re: antitrust laws and administrative & litigation risks of spec. plans for marketing products, cooperating w/ potential competitors, merging w/ or acquiring other co’s. Req’mts: JD or foreign equiv., DC Bar, 3 yrs of exp. in position or 3 yrs of alt occup. exp. in complex commercial competition advocacy legal duties. In lieu of a JD or foreign equiv., an LLM or foreign equiv. is acceptable.

Email resume/ref’s to CJ.Bickley@lw.com. Latham & Watkins LLP.  

Deputy General Counsel

District of Columbia Housing Authority 

Announcement #20-51 
Title: DEPUTY GENERAL COUNSEL Department: Office of the General Counsel 
Grade: GC-905-16 Salary Range: $159,807-$208,406
Open until filled

Duties and Responsibilities: 
 Supports General Counsel in all OGC activities and serves in his/her stead as needed.
 Assists in the development and oversight of OGC’s strategic goals, operating procedures and budget planning processes.
 Oversees the day-to-day administrative and operational management of the department, demonstrating commitment to constant improvement, monitoring workflow to assure maximum productivity and making sound decisions on resource allocations.
 Develops and implements processes that ensure that OGC maintains a customer service oriented approach and monitors staff’s implementation of this approach in carrying out their duties, attempting to meet reasonable requests, and make reasonable accommodations whenever possible.
 Identifies, implements, and evaluates best practices to maximize project and service delivery.
 Assists in staff selection, oversees matter assignments; monitors work and ensures high quality performance.
 Reviews attorney work product.
 Reviews supervisory attorney work product.
 Oversees OGC budget.
 Assists with the establishment of department and staff performance objectives and provides ongoing feedback; assists with writing and conducting performance reviews that communicate both honest assessment and clear goals and objectives.
 Complies with agency policies and practices when acting on or reviewing personnel-related issues including, but not limited to: staff selection, salary offers, time off and overtime requests, employee complaints and concerns, and disciplinary action.
 Develops, implements, and monitors a training and career development program for OGC.
 Reviews and approves work plans; confers with subordinates to develop appropriately structured activities with clearly defined tasks, responsibilities, reporting requirements, and timeframes.
 Monitors and evaluates routine operations and special activities for efficiency, effectiveness, and compliance with policies and procedures; analyzes existing work methods and management techniques employed to determine if they provide maximum efficiency and effectiveness.
 Develops, implements, and assures compliance with document management and recordkeeping procedures that supports the work flow needs of the agency and the department; develops, implements, and oversees procedures for utilization of practice management software and other technology to enhance productivity and quality of service.

Qualification Requirements: 
Juris Doctorate degree and at least seven (7) years related experience and/or training, or the equivalent combination of education and experience which meet the minimum qualifications requirement. Must be admitted to the bar and in good standing in the District of Columbia

For consideration, please submit your application to: 
Human Resources Department
1133 North Capitol Street N.E., Room 222
Washington D.C. 20002
Fax # (202) 535-1375

Associate General Counsel

Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB)
Washington, D.C.

Requisition Number 20-0072 
Division Office of General Counsel/Secretary 

Our Mission
The PCAOB oversees the audits of public companies and SEC-registered brokers and dealers in order to protect investors and further the public interest in the preparation of informative, accurate, and independent audit reports.

Job Description Summary
The PCAOB has a full-time, regular position for a General Counsel Associate in the Office of General Counsel.

Serving as in-house counsel, with duties primarily in one of two program areas: (1) advising and counseling on Registration, Inspections, Enforcement, and Standards or (2) advising on organizational operation including, but not limited to, contract review, internal policies and procedures, finance, human resources, privacy and data protection, and insurance.
Serving as Office of General Counsel point person and technical expert on one or more program areas;
Engaging in and coordinating assignments involving novel legal issues and coordinating with other PCAOB offices and divisions
Supervising outside counsel; 
Representing the PCAOB before and negotiating arrangements relating to the PCAOB’s regulatory program with external organizations and agencies;
Facilitating PCAOB compliance with SEC requirements; and 
Leading and providing direction to teams of attorneys within the Office of General Counsel.

Juris doctor (JD) from an accredited law school in the United States; 
Active member of the Bar; 
Minimum of 12+ years of legal experience with either a law firm, corporation, government agency, regulatory body, or combination thereof; 
Experience in an environment related to accounting, financial matters, or public auditing preferred;
Knowledge and experience relating to securities laws preferred; 
Knowledge and experience relating to rulemaking and administrative law preferred;
Superior technical abilities, regulatory knowledge, and leadership skills; 
Ability to work independently and as a member of a team; and 
Superior verbal and written communication skills.

Here is the link to apply: https://re22.ultipro.com/PCA1000/JobBoard/JobDetails.aspx?__ID=*591F5EEAD1F9C2AF&__jbsrc=7D714E41-2ADD-46C4-B546-4B09BAE50073

Associate Counsel
Morning Consult
Washington, D.C.

Morning Consult is a global data intelligence company delivering insights on what people think in real time. By surveying tens of thousands across the globe every single day, Morning Consult is unmatched in scale and speed: It determines the true measure of what people think and how their decisions impact business, politics and the economy. Industry leaders rely on Morning Consult's proprietary technology and analysis for real-time, intelligent data to transform information into a competitive advantage.
The Role: 
Morning Consult is looking for an entrepreneurial, business-oriented lawyer to support its Business Development (sales) and Operations teams. The Associate Counsel will be primarily responsible for reviewing, editing, and negotiating commercial contracts with customers and vendors that range from Fortune 100 conglomerates to early-stage startups.

Ideal candidates will demonstrate an entrepreneurial ethos toward issue spotting and problem solving, with a keen eye toward constantly improving internal processes and documentation. Specifically, the Associate Counsel will assist in the following: (i) review and negotiate a broad array of customer and vendor contracts, (ii) identify—and assist in resolving— contractual security, intellectual property, privacy, regulatory and other compliance issues, and (iii) assist on ad hoc projects that come with a scaling, high-growth company.

As a member of our rapidly expanding Legal team, the successful candidate will experience the legal and operational ins-and-outs that affect a high-growth company and will have opportunities over time to expand their role and contribute to the company’s overall growth.

Key Responsibilities:
Draft, review, edit, and negotiate SaaS contracts and partnership agreements with a wide range of corporate and nongovernmental organizations
Participate as a key legal advisor on major business transactions, including software and services sales
Anticipate and mitigate potential legal risks within the organization as they pertain to the intersection of (i) commercial contracts and (ii) security, intellectual property, privacy, regulatory compliance and other commercial issues
Ensure the company conducts its business according to applicable federal and state laws and regulations
Foster a workplace with the highest moral, ethical and legal standards to deliver an environment that promotes respect, innovation, and creativity

Desired Skills: 
J.D. with excellent academic credentials and a state bar member in good standing (must be admitted to DC bar within 360 days of start date)
At least 2 to 3 years of legal practice with direct experience providing substantive contract drafting and negotiation services (ideally to SaaS companies) either in-house or at a law firm
Software and technology background is a major plus
Extremely practical and business-oriented approach to legal issues
Comfort working across all departments and job levels
Excellent writing and oral communication skills
Ability to handle competing deadlines—and shifting priorities—with minimal supervision
Must exhibit intellectual curiosity and attend aggressively to details
Willing to take feedback, learn and grow; an ethos of continuous self-improvement

About Morning Consult:Named one of the fastest growing technology companies in North America by Deloitte, Morning Consult is revolutionizing ways to collect, organize, and share survey research data to transform how global leaders in business and government make decisions. 
With offices in New York, San Francisco, Chicago, and Washington D.C., Morning Consult provides research, news, and brand-tracking technology for over 200 of the world’s biggest companies and industry associations. Additionally, Morning Consult conducts regular surveys for major media organizations including POLITICO, The Hollywood Reporter, Bloomberg, and The New York Times.

Here is the link to apply: https://morningconsult.com/jobs/?gh_jid=4801306002

Junior to Mid-Level IP Attorney - Biotechnology/Chemical

Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox P.L.L.C.
Washington, D.C.
Join our Biotechnology & Chemical Group and bring your current scientific expertise to bear on the legal problems and matters of our clients.  Advanced degrees (master or doctorate) and/or industry experience required in Biology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Organic Chemistry Biochemistry, Cellular Biology or an equivalent discipline.  Our associates work on matters that involve cutting-edge technologies being developed by a broad range of innovative individuals and companies.  The work involves all phases of patent practice, including preparation, prosecution, licensing, client counseling and litigation.   

If you have significant experience or education in one of these areas, we hope you will consider applying.  Please contact Rob Hashimoto (Legal Recruiting Manager) by email at rhashimoto@sternekessler.com or 202-772-8603 for additional information.

Here is the link to apply: https://sternekessler.csod.com/ATS/careersite/da.aspx?routename=ATS%2FCareerSite%2FGuestApplicantStart&af=1&jobReqId=29&site=1&c=sternekessler&jobboardid=0

Foreign Service Attorney 
U.S. Agency for International Development
Washington, D.C.

USAID is the world's premier international development agency and a catalytic actor driving development results. USAID works to help lift lives, build communities, and advance democracy. USAID's work advances U.S. national security and economic prosperity; demonstrates American generosity; and promotes a path to recipient self-reliance and resilience. We operate in five regions of the world: Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Latin America and the Caribbean, and Europe and Eurasia. 

USAID seeks the best-qualified professional candidates who are willing to make a long-term career commitment to the Foreign Service and international development. A career in the Foreign Service (FS) is a commitment to public service, supporting the diplomatic and development goals of the United States.  Our Foreign Service Officers work alongside Civil Service employees and contracted staff in our offices in Washington, DC and overseas. 

USAID currently has 62 staff members in the Office of the General Counsel in Washington, comprised of Civil Service and Foreign Service attorneys, paralegals, administrative, and support staff. Foreign Service staff members are primarily based overseas with periodic postings in Washington. USAID has 49 Foreign Service attorneys stationed in 38 field missions as Resident Legal Officers. Most tours of duty last two to four years.

Foreign Service attorneys overseas provide legal advice to USAID Missions. Missions plan and implement overseas activities and are typically co-located with U.S. embassies and consulates. Legal work focuses on matters of U.S. and international law applicable to assistance programs and personnel overseas. The work is fast-paced, with attorneys regularly facing highly complex and novel legal and policy issues arising from emerging international events and assistance priorities.

USAID offers a robust career skills training program. Attorneys enjoy a high rate of personal satisfaction and professional success within the ranks of USAID's Foreign Service. A Foreign Service career can also involve difficult living and working conditions that require a strong commitment to the Agency's mission. Attorneys serve most of their careers overseas at various USAID missions in developing countries after an initial training period in Washington, D.C., of one to two years, unless Agency requirements necessitate an earlier assignment overseas. New entrants begin their careers in a formal training program, followed by rotational on-the-job, Washington DC-based training for 12-18 months, which may include foreign language training. After completion of Washington training, new entrants are assigned to an overseas mission. This initial assignment is a directed assignment where the Agency's Human Capital and Talent Management office determines the optimal placement for the new employee, taking into consideration the employee's prior experience and family situation. After completing the initial posting, the employee enters USAID's competitive bidding system where all Foreign Service Officers express their preferences for follow-on assignments in line with bidding instructions. All Foreign Service Officers should anticipate serving at hard to fill countries multiple times during their careers.

New Foreign Service Officers have five years in which to earn tenure in the Foreign Service. Tenure requirements include foreign language proficiency and successful performance during at least three years in the agency, of which 18 months must have been on a permanent overseas assignment in one of USAID's field offices. 

Foreign Service Officers must be world-wide available for assignments.  Although personal desires are taken into account, postings are ultimately made based on Agency needs.  Attorneys should expect to serve at least one 1-year tour in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, and/or South Sudan, which are unaccompanied posts.  Attorneys may also be assigned to other hardship posts, such as Bangladesh, Burundi, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Haiti, Mali, Nigeria, and/or Sudan.

Foreign Service attorneys are leaders in Agency innovation and change. This entails crafting tailored solutions to new development challenges. Attorneys negotiate and draft international agreements and other instruments that serve the foreign policy and international development interests of the United States. Their expertise is regularly and urgently needed when the U.S. Government responds to international crises and events, such as natural disasters or political changes. USAID attorneys serve as key advisors on a wide range of legal and policy matters, such as project design and implementation, contracting and grant-making, international law, investment and credit activities, and personnel and ethics matters. Attorneys have significant engagement with partner country governments, international organizations, and both U.S. and foreign private entities. As a result, skills in cross-cultural communications and understanding are essential.

Prior overseas experience, especially in developing countries, and/or prior demonstrated interest in international development, while not required, helps in equipping candidates for work with USAID.

Occasional travel - A Foreign Service Officer generally spends the majority of their career assigned to the Agency's overseas missions and works in assigned developing countries with a variety of challenges (civil war, political unrest, lack of modern conveniences).

Here is the link to apply: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/561416000

​Corporate Counsel
Dragos, Inc.
Hanover, Md. or Remote

Dragos is seeking an experienced, motivated, and solution-oriented attorney to support its rapidly growing business and diverse platform and service offerings. In this role, you will support Dragos's business unit leaders on commercial engagements, while also performing a key role in building the infrastructure for an exceptional legal department. The role will report to the Director of Legal at Dragos.

Drafting, reviewing, and negotiating a broad range of agreements for sales and licensing, security services, consulting, data services, collaboration, and confidentiality matters.
Supporting RFP and associated due diligence including developing processes to streamline reviews and advising on best practices, standards, and model clauses.
Providing cross-functional support, researching legal issues, and delivering business-oriented solutions in view of associated legal risks. 
Developing and maintaining strong business relationships across the company and contributing to cross-functional projects and teams.
Driving efforts to effectively manage the delivery of legal services including process improvements, operations, legal systems, and training to key stakeholders.
Assisting with the development of policies and processes and standard template language for company contracts and playbooks.
Managing and timely completing any additional projects or legal matters as assigned.

J.D. and current admission in Maryland or other U.S. jurisdiction.
At least 2 to 4+ years of relevant experience in a law firm and/or growing technology company.
Experience negotiating technology transactions and complex commercial transactions with a familiarity of legal issues in Cloud/SaaS product offerings and software licensing.
Working knowledge of data privacy and data security aspects of commercial transactions.
Demonstrated self-starter who thrives in a fast-paced, changing environment with multiple priorities.
Ability to work cross-functionally, communicate clearly with business teams, and take deals across the finish line.
Exceptional communication skills, with the ability to articulate complex issues in a concise and simple way.
Professional approach with clients at all levels to influence outcomes through effective leadership skills.
Sound business judgment with the ability to escalate legal issues when needed.
Solid IP background and experience in the security field a plus.

Here is the link to apply: https://jobs.lever.co/dragos/707dc1eb-2f4e-4fdd-acec-e37da57a8c58

Disability EEO Attorney
Arlington, Va. 

Job Tracking ID: 85436-304146
Job Location: Arlington, VA
Job Level: Mid Career (2+ years)
Level of Education: Doctoral Degree

Job Type: Full-Time/Regular
Date Updated: 06/01/2020
Years of Experience: 5+

Knowesis, Inc. has been providing data-driven decisions and solutions to our federal clients since 2007. Our highly qualified, customer-focused professionals are committed to providing information and advice to enable client success through holistic, thorough, thoughtful, and aligned approaches. Our clients leverage these capabilities to support their key business functions. 

Knowesis is currently seeking an experienced Disability EEO Attorney to support the efforts of the Office for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (ODEI), Equal Employment Opportunity, Military Equal Opportunity, Diversity and Inclusion (D&I)

Duties and responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:
Provide subject matter expertise in the applicable disability laws, Executive Orders, Department of Defense (DoD) Issuances, and regulations. 
Provide disability expertise to update and modernize DoD Disability Rules and Instruction/s which will replace existing DoD Disability Non-Discrimination Issuance/s (DoD 1020.DD Unlawful Discrimination on the Basis of Disability in Programs or Activities Receiving Federal Financial Assistance from, or Conducted by, the DoD).
Develop compliance and technical assistance materials and database management systems to support DoD's Disability Regulations, Issuance, Policy, and Complaint Management Responsibilities, and Procedures to ensure compliance with, and enforcement of, the Architectural Barriers Act and Section 504 & 508 of the Rehabilitation Act.
Support the development of exemplary disability policies, and practices to ensure the implementation of the DoD Issuance and other disability nondiscrimination laws, regulations, and policies.
Provide subject matter expertise to support the DoD Disability Nondiscrimination Instruction complaint resolution process for resolving complaints.
Assist the Director to formulate and develop concepts to support equal employment opportunity, diversity and inclusion, including the development of the Disability Program Annual Report.

Develop support materials for DoD Issuances, and official memorandums and correspondence that are in compliance with applicable disability-related laws, rules, regulations, and existing DoD policies.

Experience and Skills
DoD experience to include Agency Disability, EEO & Affirmative Action experience
5+ years of demonstrated DoD disability expertise implementing Federal disability EEO & affirmative Action programs including Title V of the Rehabilitation Act & Architectural Barriers Act.
3 years' experience in Federal Disability EEO complaint management specifically managing Title V/ABA programs & procedures, including but not limited to analyzing Reports of Investigation & drafting Final Administrative Decisions to ensure legal sufficiency and DoD leadership approval.
3 years of "DoD Business Acumen" experience including DoDI & Regulation processing, & experience with DoD style guide.
Adept at presenting clear, concise, factual reports free from political conclusions or any judgment of individual journalist(s) and free of grammatical errors or misspellings. Writing meets college bachelor's degree standards for English grammar, spelling, and composition. 
Highly proficient with MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint) and MS Outlook for EMAIL and calendaring on the DoD network.

Education: Juris Doctorate Degree
Government Security Clearance: Must have an active DoD Secret clearance

This position requires on-site work for all or a portion of the work to be performed. The successful candidate will reside in the local area or relocate within 15 days of the start date. No relocation is authorized.

Knowesis, Inc. provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.

Here is the link to apply: https://knowesis-inc.submit4jobs.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=85436.viewjobdetail&CID=85436&JID=304146&frame=1

Senior Litigation Attorney

The Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights
Washington, D.C.

The Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights invites applications for the position of full- time Senior Litigation Attorney. The applicant can work in any one of the Young Center’s eight program sites: Los Angeles, Phoenix, Houston, Harlingen, San Antonio, Chicago, Washington DC, or New York City.

The Senior Litigation Attorney will join the Young Center’s policy team, reporting to the Policy Director, and will oversee our involvement in litigation that challenges policies, practices, or cases that undermine the best interests of immigrant children and youth facing removal from the United States, as well as children and youth who face permanent separation from parents and caregivers who face removal. The Senior Litigation Attorney will identify opportunities to engage in litigation, serve as the point of contact for organizations filing or coordinating litigation, and developing content for submission in cases at the trial and appellate level. The Senior Litigation Attorney will also work closely with the Policy Team in research and developing challenges to policies and proposed regulations, particularly those that impact children’s right to fair proceedings before they are removed from the United States or those that would result in children’s permanent separation from parents and family members who face removal.

The Young Center is dedicated to promoting the best interests—safety and well-being—of unaccompanied and separated immigrant children in the United States. The immediate focus of the Young Center’s work is to serve as Child Advocate (guardian ad litem for children in immigration proceedings) for unaccompanied and separated children pursuant to the Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act and the 2013 Violence Against Women Act. Our role is to identify and advocate for the best interests of children in federal custody, applying federal and state law and long-recognized principles of the best interests of the child. The Young Center also advocates with legislators, federal agencies and other stakeholders to promote consideration of best interests of the child in all decisions concerning immigrant children and to create a dedicated juvenile immigrant justice system that treats children as children. Young Center is headquartered in Chicago and has programs in Houston, San Antonio, Harlingen, Chicago, New York, Washington DC, Phoenix, and Los Angeles.

• Identify opportunities to engage in litigation that impacts the best interests of immigrant children and youth
• Develop strategies and legal arguments
• Conduct legal research, speak with impacted individuals and other experts, draft declarations, testimony or legal briefs
• Collaborate with colleagues on the policy, communications, and direct service teams
• Serve as primary point of contact for external organization leading litigation efforts
• Research, draft and submit comments for proposed federal regulations
• Provide trainings and webinars for Young Center staff, supporters and donors
• Develop and maintain system to track involvement in litigation and all related electronic and paper files
• Other duties as assigned

• Juris doctor degree and active licensure in good standing in at least one state, and membership in at least one federal district court
• Prior federal court litigation experience
• Commitment to civil rights litigation
• Excellent writing and editing skills
• Ability to work both autonomously and collaboratively
• Creative thinking and problem-solving skills
• Excellent organizational skills
• Tech savvy
• Passion, tenacity and optimism for the issues affecting immigrant children and their families
• Proficient in Microsoft Office

• Candidates with four or more years of federal litigation experience preferred
• Spanish language fluency, or fluency in another language frequently spoken by children and families facing removal (e.g., Mandarin, Urdu, Arabic, French)

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Physical demands include regular attendance; keyboarding; sitting for long periods (at least 5 hours a day); driving. Ability to use computer, telephone, and copy machine. Ability to travel by plane, car and other conveyances within U.S. Occasional lifting for event setup/preparation.
The Young Center is an "at-will" and equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate in its hiring practices and actively seeks a diverse applicant pool. Young Center encourages applications from all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, disability, or veterans’ status. Reasonable accommodation will be made so that qualified disabled applicants may participate in the application process. Please advise in writing of special needs at the time of application.
Special Notes/Instructions
Review of candidates will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Please apply on the Young Center website with a cover letter, resume and three references. Only complete applications will be considered.
Contact Information
To learn more about the Young Center’s work, please visit www.TheYoungCenter.org.

Here is the link to apply: https://www.dcjobs.com/apply/add/42452877/1

eData Attorney
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius

Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP, one of the world's leading international law firms is seeking to add additional attorneys to existing and future discovery document review projects in our Washington DC office. 

The Morgan Lewis eData team delivers innovation and efficiency across all of the discovery and information governance challenges our clients face. 
Using the best of technology and mobility, we have the global capacity to provide end-to-end discovery and information governance anywhere on the planet. 
Our unique hybrid team of lawyers and technologists serves clients across a wide range of industries and practice areas. 

Our mission is to combine great lawyering with technology and process to deliver real efficiency and value to clients.
See more at: https://www.morganlewis.com/services/edata#sthash.IVeVIVOA.dpuf

Performs document review and other project level support including making redactions, privilege logging, and assisting with witness and deposition preparation
Supports due diligence and contract management process by reviewing all different types of contracts and agreements to extract out key information
Supports information governance projects by reviewing and revising record retention policies and schedules
Provides support, as necessary, to eData Associates (e.g. performing database searches, batching of documents, preparing status reports)

Bachelor's degree (B.A); Juris Doctorate (J.D) 
Bar Membership: Provide proof of an active bar membership in the District of Columbia, as well as proof of good standing.
Previous formal discovery document review experience (at least 1 project) including experience with document review platforms
Experience reviewing and revising existing record retention policies, as well as performing legal research to identify retention periods for specific record types
Experience reviewing, analyzing and extracting information from all different types of contracts
Self-starter; able to work independently with strong planning and organizational skills
Strong oral and written communication skills and the ability to develop relationships with all levels of personnel
Strong client service orientation

Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP is committed to equal employment opportunity and providing reasonable accommodations to applicants with physical and/or mental disabilities. We value and encourage diversity and solicit applications from all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, gender, sex, age, religion, creed, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, marital status, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, medical condition, veteran status, gender identity, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.

Pursuant to applicable state and municipal Fair Chance Laws and Ordinances, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

If you are interested in applying for employment with Morgan Lewis and need special assistance or an accommodation to use our website or to apply for a position, please call or email the following contacts: Professional Staff positions - 1-866-963-7137

D.C. Center for Human Rights - Staff Attorney 1

American Bar Association
1050 Connecticut Avenue NW, Washington, D.C.

During this current situation with COVID-19, the ABA will continue to accept and process applications for job opportunities. We will conduct our recruitment process via alternative means (virtual interviews) for the time being.
The ABA recruits employees seeking opportunities for challenging and substantive work defending liberty and pursuing justice in the U.S. and around the world. The ABA offers competitive employment benefits which include medical, dental, vision, life and disability insurance, flexible spending accounts, a 401(k), commuter benefits, and more.

The American Bar Association (ABA) Center for Human Rights is seeking a staff attorney to join its Justice Defenders Program for a one year legal fellowship. Candidates with substantial experience working on issues pertaining to human rights are encouraged to apply. All applicants must have authorization to work in the United States. The ABA does not sponsor visas.

The Justice Defenders Program provides pro bono legal assistance to human rights advocates working in difficult environments and vulnerable circumstances by:
*Advising on, and raising public awareness of, sensitive trials and cases;
*Connecting pro bono lawyers with requisite expertise with local lawyers to provide advice on international law standards, share best practices, and assist in developing advocacy and litigation strategies; and
*Observing trials that have garnered local, regional, or international attention and/or have the potential of changing the law, for better or worse, within the country, and providing analysis of those trials.

The Justice Defenders Program's global reach enables it to help human rights defenders in virtually any country. The Program is sensitive to varied political and factual circumstances and its assistance is tailored to realities on the ground. With experienced staff and a dynamic network of pro bono lawyers at the ready, the Program can respond rapidly to acute crises or take on long-term projects as needed.

The staff attorney will report directly to the Deputy Director of the Justice Defenders Program. 

Responsibilities shall include:
1)Case Management: The staff attorney shall assist regional staff attorney leads in vetting potential cases, conduct preliminary assessments of legal issues, support regional staff attorneys in the observation of trials and the coordination of the provision of pro bono legal assistance.
2)Research and Writing: The staff attorney will provide support to regional staff attorneys by conducting legal and other research and writing memoranda, and articles,including for publication. The staff attorney shall analyze laws, regulations, policies, and court rules and provide substantive advice and information to the regional attorneys to whom they report.
3)Other duties as assigned: The staff attorney will support regional staff attorneys in a range of duties relating to case strategy, management, advocacy and other matters regarding the execution of case work. 

The successful candidate(s) must have: 

JD and bar admission in at least one jurisdiction; 0-3 years legal experience; Outstanding communication skills, excellent organization skills and ability to exercise independent judgment. May occasionally conduct attorney trainings and/or plan/host conferences 
Compensation shall be commensurate with experience.

Here is the link to apply: https://usr58.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/aba/Posting/View/1105


Air Line Pilots Association
Tysons, Va./McLean, Va.

The Air Line Pilots Association, International (ALPA), the largest airline pilot union in the world and the largest non-governmental aviation safety organization in the world (representing over 63,000 pilots at 35 U.S. and Canadian airlines) seeks an experienced Attorney for our Tysons (McLean), Virginia office. Under minimal direct supervision, the Attorney provides legal representation and legal advice to ALPA, its officers, committees, governing bodies, and members. S/he represents the Association in federal and state court litigation at the trial and appellate levels, at administrative agencies, and in arbitration. The position requires competence in the substantive and procedural aspects of such litigation. 

S/he provides legal advice and counsel to pilot leaders at all levels of the Association including National Officers, Master Executive Councils (MECs), ALPA Committees, and Governing Bodies. This advice includes a wide range of legal matters in various areas of legal expertise including labor law, especially the Railway Labor Act and the Landrum-Griffin Act; various employment discrimination laws; and, the federal aviation statutes. S/he may also provide advice on questions of Association policy.

At times, issues may be time-sensitive and of critical importance to the Association. Working in coordination with other departments and committees, s/he will be relied upon to make recommendations regarding the actions that should be taken in each situation. Travel, at times on short notice, is required. 

Local, national, and international travel: 20 - 40%.

Minimum Requirements:
Juris Doctor (JD) from an approved school of law required.
Member in good standing of the Bar.
Five (5) or more years of related experience in labor and/or aviation law practice and litigation required, seven (7) or more years preferred. At management discretion, significant and in-depth, directly applicable, labor and/or litigation experience may be substituted for some of the above requirements. 
Judicial clerkship or other relevant government experience strongly preferred.
Analytical and oral advocacy skills required.
Comprehensive knowledge of labor law and/or aviation law required.
Current knowledge and experience in federal and state court litigation and arbitration/mediation required.
Knowledge of aviation statutes and administrative proceedings strongly preferred.
Labor law expertise including, especially the Railway Labor Act and the Landrum-Griffin Act, strongly preferred.
Demonstrated ability to organize and coordinate long-term endeavors.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, oral and written, for effective interaction with internal staff, external contacts, and pilots.
Demonstrated ability to use independent judgment to formulate decisions and/or solve problems, under time pressure and urgent conditions.
Experience using online legal research, Westlaw or the equivalent, preferred.
Software: Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint preferred.

Here is the link to apply: https://jobs-alpa.icims.com/jobs/1339/attorney/job?needsRedirect=false