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Litigation Attorney
Kiernan Trebach LLP
Washington, D.C.
Kiernan Trebach LLP is a Civil Litigation Defense Law Firm. Our mission is focused on a slow and sustainable growth process to create a diverse working environment while remaining sensitive to the needs of our employees and their families. Kiernan Trebach has become respected for our effective defense of clients ranging from Fortune 100 companies to individuals and small business owners. We take pride in knowing our clients, understanding what they want, and exceeding their expectations.

Role Objective:
Kiernan Trebach LLP is seeking a new Attorney with 2+ years of experience in Civil Litigation Defense to join our team. Your role will be to defend a variety of Civil matters in our growing Washington, DC practice.

Role Responsibilities: 
Defend a Variety of Civil Litigation Defense matters including:
General Liability
Personal Injury
Product Liability
Professional Liability

Preferred Experience:
Our ideal candidate will have 2+ years of relevant experience and the following credentials/skills:

Doctorate Degree
Experience with Insurance Defense clients is a plus.
Experience writing motions and other legal memoranda, summarizing depositions and trial preparation is preferred.
The ability to work independently from suit inception to settlement/trial is preferred.

Required Education & Licensure: Active Virginia License (Required)

Here is the link to apply:

Senior Principal, Legal Counsel
L3 Harris Communication Systems
Multiple Sites including Washington, D.C.

Job Code: CS20231509-106108
Job Location: Rochester, NY or Salt Lake City, UT or Londonderry, NH or Washington, D.C. or Melbourne, FL

L3Harris’ Communication Systems segment is currently seeking a Senior Principal, Counsel to join our team. This position will be based at one of our primary segment locations: Rochester, NY, Salt Lake City, UT, Londonderry, NH, Washington, D.C. or Melbourne, FL

Position Overview: 
We are currently seeking an attorney or contracts professional with significant experience in government and commercial contracts to provide contractual and legal support to the Communication Systems (CS) segment, focusing on Supply Chain, Subcontracts and Procurement activities. The attorney will report to the Vice President, General Counsel for the CS segment. The specific roles and responsibilities to be performed by this position include: 

Support the CS Operations functional team and the CS Legal team by serving as the primary attorney supporting all strategic supplier / partner / subcontractor efforts with the focused goal of improving CS operational excellence. 
Provides proactive and practical legal counsel and guidance to CS business management and functional staff in all general and specialized legal matters including Federal, State and local legal compliance (with an emphasis on the FAR and DFARS) as well as international and commercial business transactions.
Provide proactive and practical legal counsel and guidance to CS personnel around all aspects of vendor relationships and supply chain, including legal risks, business strategies and other issues related to commercial, licensing, subcontracts, strategic sourcing and outsourcing transactions and agreements.
Participate in negotiations and contract drafting as required to achieve team objectives. 
Assist in the prevention of disputes and litigation by proactive, early involvement and mediation in business transactions; manage disputes and related litigation.
Advise Supply Chain management teams on drafting and updating purchase orders, terms and conditions, supply agreements and related documents.
Ensures that CS practices and procedures comply with Federal, State and local laws and are consistent with applicable Corporate policies and procedures. 
Develops, maintains and applies proper processes, practices and guidelines in close coordination with other CS functional and operational leaders, with primary focus on Supply Chain, Subcontracts and Procurement functions.
Engage with customer/supplier counterparts as reasonably required in support of complex legal/business transactional matters.
Advises and coordinates with the Vice President, General Counsel for CS segment, or his or her designee on significant matters concerning legal issues and supports the activities of the Vice President, Operations for CS segment, or his or her designee.
Maintains a high level of proficiency on current laws and implementing regulations, and coordinates with CS staff to develop and deliver timely training, as appropriate.

Required Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 15 years of prior related experience, Graduate degree with a minimum of 13 years of prior related experience or in lieu of a degree, minimum of 19 years of prior related experience.
Eligibility to obtain U.S. Government security clearances.
Ability to travel on short notice when necessary to achieve business objectives.

Preferred Qualifications:
A minimum of 8-10 years of relevant government contracting and commercial transactional experience, either with the U.S. government, law firm or as an in-house counsel.
A Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school.
An experienced transactional expert – substantial experience negotiating, drafting and structuring ordinary course transactions with a preference towards experience on supply side transactions.
A strong background and relevant experience in all aspects of U.S. federal and state procurement, commercial transactions, and international procurement.
Excellent oral and written communications skills. Emphasis on excellent negotiating, contract drafting and transaction execution skills.
The ability and interpersonal skills to effectively function both as an integral member of the CS Segment Legal team and as an advisor to business leaders across the CS Segment.
Strong work ethic and demonstrated ability to manage a high-volume workload with minimal supervision.

In compliance with pay transparency requirements, the salary range for this role is $143,500 - $266,500. This is not a guarantee of compensation or salary, as final offer amount may vary based on factors including but not limited to experience and geographic location. L3Harris also offers a variety of benefits, including health and disability insurance, 401(k) match, flexible spending accounts, EAP, education assistance, parental leave, paid time off, and company-paid holidays. The specific programs and options available to an employee may vary depending on date of hire, schedule type, and the applicability of collective bargaining agreements.

Please be aware many of our positions require the ability to obtain a security clearance. Security clearances may only be granted to U.S. citizens. In addition, applicants who accept a conditional offer of employment may be subject to government security investigation(s) and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.

By submitting your résumé for this position, you understand and agree that L3Harris Technologies may share your résumé, as well as any other related personal information or documentation you provide, with its subsidiaries and affiliated companies for the purpose of considering you for other available positions.

Here is the link to apply:​

Supreme Court and Appellate Litigation Associate Attorney 
BCG Attorney Search
Washington, D.C.

Job ID RRVB310886
Experience Level Junior Associate

Washington, D.C. office of a Top Ranked Law Firm seeks a supreme court and appellate litigation associate attorney with 2-3 years of experience. The candidate must be a current member of the DC Bar or eligible for waive-in. Should have Appellate litigation experience required, with a preference for past appellate clerkship experience. Current judicial clerks are encouraged to apply. Must have outstanding academic credentials from a top-tier school and strong writing skills.

Ranked as a Vault Law 100 international law firm, attorneys at this firm win by understanding their client's business, investing in their success, and by putting their interest ahead of their own. Associates boast working with brilliant attorneys, who are easy to work with, as well as having the opportunity for exciting, substantive legal work. The firm partners with leaders around the world to fuel missions, knock down barriers, and shape markets. The attorneys at this firm bring their personal passion and legal prowess to bear in every matter for their clients and the people they serve. Associate remark the firm is invested in their career destination and want to see the associates' career blossom. There is an opportunity to really grow, and the partners at the firm mentor associates and really care. The happiness factor is one of the firm's top priorities. As one associate put it, the firm is energized and it is an exciting place to be. The firms boasts a tightly-woven network of legal thought leaders who marry their passion for business with a deep, focused understanding of the law. Through their pro bono legal services, volunteer services, and charitable giving, lawyers at this firm are committed to giving back. This firm has been nationally ranked in 33 practice areas by US News.

Here is the link to apply:

Labor and Employment Midlevel Associate
Morgan Lewis
Washington, D.C.

Seeking a highly qualified midlevel associate to join the labor and employment practice in our Washington, DC office.
The successful applicant must:
Have a minimum of three years of labor and employment experience, preferably at a law firm. 
Have experience with single and multi-plaintiff/class litigation in federal and state court, as well as administrative agency charges, including conducting witness interviews, preparing and responding to motions, written discovery, ESI discovery, position statements, preparing for depositions and oral arguments, and trial exposure.
Experience with ERISA litigation is strongly preferred.
Have excellent academic credentials as well as strong research, writing, organization, and analytical skills.
Be an active member of the District of Columbia bar.  In addition, membership in the Virginia bar is strongly preferred.

Here is the link to apply:

Staff Attorney (Immigration Program, Medical Legal Partnerships)
D.C. Volunteer Lawyers Project
Washington, D.C.

Since 2008, DC Volunteer Lawyers Project (DCVLP) has provided free legal services to thousands of survivors of domestic violence, vulnerable children, and immigrant survivors of gender-based violence. In our Immigration Program, attorneys represent survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, other gender-based violence and vulnerable children seeking humanitarian immigration relief, including asylum, U visas, T visas, relief under VAWA, SIJS, and related relief options. Our attorneys, volunteers, and advocates help our clients achieve long-term safety and stability by connecting them to our community partners for assistance during and beyond the closing of their case.
In 2022, over 450 volunteer lawyers contributed approximately 48,000 pro bono hours, worth $18 million in free legal services. More information is available at

Why You Want This Job:
You believe that a life free from violence and abuse is a basic human right.
You have demonstrated commitment to working with vulnerable populations, and you want to use your law degree to provide immigrant survivors of gender-based violence with access to high quality legal services.
You have one to three years of legal experience. Experience working with immigrant communities or other vulnerable populations is a plus.

Tasks and Duties
Provide brief legal advice in immigration and domestic violence at DCVLP legal clinics co-located inside medical clinics (“medical-legal partnership clinics”), located throughout the community.
Provide high quality direct representation in immigration and domestic violence cases. Immigration cases are in Hyattsville Immigration Courts or with USCIS; domestic violence cases are in DC Superior Court.
Collaborate with DCVLP’s client advocates to ensure holistic service delivery.
Ensure compliance with grant requirements by completing necessary documentation and outcomes.

Minimum Qualifications:
A J.D. degree from an accredited law school.
Active DC Bar membership or ability to become an active DC Bar member prior to first day of employment.
Superlative interpersonal skills and ability to develop good working relationships with volunteers, clients, staff, partner organizations, and members of local legal services and community coalitions.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

Preferred Qualifications:
One to three years of relevant work experience, preferably with a legal services organization that provides legal services to survivors of domestic violence, vulnerable children, and/or immigrant communities.
Fluency in Spanish, French, Amharic, and/or Mandarin is strongly preferred.

Salary & Benefits:
DCVLP has a positive and supportive work environment with an intentional focus on recruiting, nurturing, and retaining a talented and diverse staff. We prioritize a healthy work-life balance. The salary range for this position is $72,000-$75,000. Employees receive 90% employer-paid health and dental insurance and vision insurance is also available. DCVLP sponsors a 403(b) retirement plan with a 4% employer contribution. DCVLP also provides a tax-free stipend of $75 each month for personal cell phone and Wi-Fi expenses. Employees receive generous paid time off every year, including three weeks of vacation, three weeks of wellness leave, and 13 holidays. We offer a generous family leave policy for parents following the birth or adoption of a child or placement of a foster child.

Physical Requirements of the Job:
In addition to the functional skills in this job posting, the following physical abilities are representative of physical demands and environment essential to this position:
Regular attendance at DCVLP’s office, DC Superior Court hearings, and clinic locations is required.
Ability to travel to court venues and community locations.

To Apply:
Interested applicants must apply by emailing a letter of intent and a resume to Sara Tennen at Applications received through LinkedIn will not be considered.

Labor and Employment Contract Attorney
Quarles & Brady LLP
Washington, D.C. and elsewhere

Quarles and Brady LLP seeks a contract attorney to join our Labor & Employment Immigration team. Candidates should have experience with employment-based immigration, specifically writing supporting materials for O-1, NIW, and EB-1 petitions. Candidates must also have a very strong academic record paired with writing skills, enthusiasm and commitment to client service. Quarles and Brady is an equal opportunity employer. 

Here is the link to apply:

Energy FERC Associate
Troutman Pepper
Washington, D.C.

Troutman Pepper’s Energy Practice Group is seeking to add an associate with three to five years of experience in energy regulatory matters to join our FERC team based in our Washington, DC office.  The position will be focused on electric matters; candidates with experience with FERC’s electric program are strongly preferred.  

Candidates must have superior writing ability, maturity, and good communication skills. Candidates must be a member in good standing of the District of Columbia Bar, or eligible to waive in.

You may view additional information about Troutman’s FERC practice on our website at

 For inquiries or additional information on this position, please contact Linda Bystrowski at

Mid-Level Finance Associate
Baker Botts
Washington, D.C., and Hybrid

We are seeking a Finance Associate with 3 to 6 years of energy industry experience, representing borrowers and/or lenders in secured and unsecured syndicated bank financings, including asset-based loans. For positions based in the NYC office of Baker Botts L.L.P., the salary range is $250,000 to $370,000. 
Location: Position is open to all of our domestic offices. Please note your preferred office location in your application.Search firms interested in submitting a candidate for this position should reach out to the appropriate manager to establish a fee agreement and submit their candidate's materials.
Baker Botts L.L.P.  is an equal opportunity employer and considers all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, gender, sex, age, religion, creed, national origin, citizenship, marital status, sexual orientation, disability, medical condition, military and veteran status, gender identity or expression, genetic information or any other basis protected by federal, state or local law.

Here is the link to apply:

Senior Counsel Enforcement
Public Company Accounting Oversight Board
Washington, D.C.

The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB), a nonprofit organization established by Congress, oversees the audits of public companies and SEC-registered brokers and dealers to protect investors and to further the public interest in the preparation of independent, accurate, and informative audit reports.

Our investor protection mission is focused on modernizing audit standards, enhancing audit inspections, and strengthening enforcement of PCAOB rules and standards and other related laws and rules. People are at the heart of our mission at the PCAOB.  As we carry out that mission, we strive to uphold the highest standards in audit quality with investors’ families, savings, and futures in mind. 

We are hiring mission-driven professionals interested in a career with purpose, competitive benefit offerings, and work-life flexibility. If you are interested in working with a diverse group of talented professionals to protect investors and drive audit quality and innovation while adhering to the highest standards of ethical and professional conduct, join us.

What We Offer:
At the PCAOB, we offer a highly competitive compensation and benefits package with a focus on the health and financial well-being of our valued team members. Some of the features of our comprehensive Total Rewards package include:

Compensation – We support transparency, equity, and fairness in our compensation programs and provide a reasonable estimate of the salary range, based on data-driven market analysis, for each job posting. While it is not typical for an individual to be hired at or near the top of the range, a reasonable estimate of the salary range for this role in Washington, DC (Headquarters) is $144,900 - $211,300. Team members may also be eligible for performance-based discretionary awards.

Hybrid work option – Staff will be assigned to the Washington, DC (Headquarters) office. Staff can choose to live and work from anywhere within the United States but will be required to commute to their assigned office or location for occasional intentional gatherings or meetings at the frequency required by their supervisor. Travel to an assigned office or location for commuting purposes will not be considered reimbursable business travel, unless otherwise required by state law. Business travel is reimbursable in an amount not exceeding the cost to travel from the assigned office or location, unless otherwise required by state law.

Generous paid time off – Up to 6 weeks annually, in addition to 12 federal holidays, 2 floating holidays, and a year-end break from December 25 –29, 2023
Highly competitive 401(k) match and savings options – Immediate vesting and contributions matched dollar for dollar, up to 7 percent of eligible compensation. Roth in-plan conversion available. 
Comprehensive and competitive health benefit offerings – Medical, dental, and vision plans
Supportive paid family leave benefits – Up to 16 weeks paid parental leave and up to 16 weeks paid caregiver leave
Life insurance benefits – Basic life and AD&D insurance provided; supplemental insurance also available
Education benefits – Staff student loan repayment assistance, staff college tuition assistance, and college coach program support  
Well-being and family resources – Mental health and well-being resources, paid volunteer time, emergency child/adult dependent back-up care services, family-forming assistance, discounted gym memberships, employee assistance program (EAP), health advocate program, and more  
Commuter benefits – Tax-free employer subsidy and pretax employee deductions 

Role Summary:
The PCAOB has a full-time regular position of Senior Counsel in the Division of Enforcement and Investigations (DEI) in its Washington, D.C. (Headquarters) office. DEI investigates and, where appropriate brings enforcement actions against, registered firms and their associated persons for violations of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, the rules of the PCAOB, provisions of the securities laws relating to the preparation and issuance of audit reports and the obligations and liabilities of accountants with respect thereto, including the rules of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission issued under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, or professional standards. This attorney role requires strong analytical, investigative, and verbal and written communication skills.

Planning, organizing, and conducting investigations of possible violations of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, the rules of the PCAOB, relevant provisions of the securities laws, or professional standards, including investigations involving multiple or complex violations;
Reviewing and analyzing audit working papers, corporate books and records, and other financial and accounting documents;
Conducting interviews and testimony independently and in teams;
Identifying accounting, auditing, and financial reporting deficiencies and synthesizing evidence to support enforcement recommendations;
Drafting legal memoranda, persuasive briefs, and enforcement-related documents for Division staff and the Board;
Assisting in the management of investigative timelines and achievement of milestones to ensure investigations are conducted in an efficient and timely manner;
Making recommendations to the Board related to enforcement actions; and
Litigating in administrative proceedings before hearing officers and before the Board.

Education/Technical Expertise
Minimum of 7+ years of legal experience with progressively responsible legal experience sufficient to handle complex legal and accounting/auditing issues;
Juris doctor (JD) from an accredited law school in the United States;
Active member of the Bar;
Investigative, litigation, or trial experience required, with a preference for experience related to financial fraud matters and/or securities litigation;
Strong technical abilities, regulatory knowledge, leadership, and verbal and written communications skills;
Ability to work independently and as a member of a team;
Multilingual ability is a plus, and
Ability to travel some.

Here is the link to apply:

RCRA/Hazardous Waste Lawyer
Beveridge & Diamond
Washington, D.C., and six other cities

Beveridge & Diamond, P.C. seeks an experienced hazardous waste lawyer with five to fifteen years of practice to join our firm in any of our seven offices. The ideal candidate must have substantial RCRA practice experience, including work related to the definition of solid waste, characterization of hazardous waste, counseling on waste generation, transportation, recycling and regulatory exemption issues, and the permitting of waste treatment, storage, and disposal facilities.

Experience with advocacy in the context of RCRA rulemaking and/or enforcement is preferred. All candidates should have a strong academic background, excellent written and oral communication skills, and the ability to work both independently and as part of a team. A technical background is a plus, as is relevant government experience at the federal or state levels. The successful candidate will play a key role in the firm’s market-leading circular economy practice.

Beveridge & Diamond has a premier national environmental practice, with more than 125 lawyers in seven U.S. offices. The firm helps clients around the world resolve critical environmental, natural resource, project development, and sustainability issues relating to their facilities, products, and operations. The firm is consistently recognized as a top-tier nationwide environmental practice by Chambers USA Guide to the Legal Profession, Legal 500, and U.S. News-Best Lawyers.

Qualified applicants are invited to submit a cover letter, resume, transcript, and a topical writing sample to Lindy Resh, Attorney Recruitment Manager, via the web application link. Applicants only; no third-party solicitations.      

In accordance with the laws of the jurisdictions in which this position may be filled, the base salary range for this position is $230,000 - $260,000 annually depending on qualifications and experience. The compensation for this position may also include a discretionary annual bonus and an hours-based bonus.

Here is the link to apply:

Mid-Level to Senior Energy & Clean Tech Associate
Holland & Knight
Washington, D.C

Job ID:  1782
Position:  Associate (Level 4+) 

The Washington, D.C. office of Holland & Knight LLP seeks a mid-level to senior associate to join our Energy & Clean Technology team.  The position's primary objective will be to assist in leading Holland & Knight’s robust U.S. Department of Energy Loan Program Office application pipeline. The ideal candidate will have experience with the DOE Loan Program Office, government grant and loan guarantee application management experience, and be familiar with the energy and clean technology industry.  Experience in project management, project finance, government contracts, program compliance, client management, and regulatory compliance, is a plus, as is experience in fast-paced environments.  EOE. M/F/D/V.

Please apply through our website and submit a cover letter, resume, and law school transcript to be considered.  All inquiries will be held in strict confidence.  No search firms - Direct applicants only.

Job Requirements: Admission to practice in D.C., immediate transferable skills, and a strong academic background with excellent writing skills are also essential. 

Here is the link to apply:

Junior to Mid-Level Government Contracts Associate Attorney
BCG Attorney Search
Washington, D.C.

Job ID MA7D304156
Job Experience Min. 2 - Max. 4 Years

Washington D.C. office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks a junior to mid-level government contracts associate attorney ideally with 2-4 years of relevant law firm or federal government experience and a working knowledge of the FAR or DFARS and experience with protests, investigations, claims and disputes. The candidate will work closely with partners in providing advice to companies involving all aspects of government contracts, including bid protests, size protests, regulatory compliance, investigations, claims, disputes, M&A due diligence, and SBA's set-aside programs. Be involved in writing articles for government contracts publications and participating in speaking events before various government contracts associations. Those not licensed to practice in DC or VA must be willing to take the next available Bar exam or be eligible to seek admission without examination.

The candidate must have excellent law school and undergraduate academic credentials, as well as strong writing and analytical skills. The ability to develop and communicate, verbally and in writing, practical advice to clients is imperative.

This rapidly growing firm has some serious chops with regards to the energy and natural resources, financial, insurance, manufacturing, real estate, retail, transportation, life sciences, communications, and health care sectors. Given the firm?s growth status, this firm promises multiple opportunities for associates to catch a wave and get in on the ground floor of something big.

Here is the link to apply:

Conflicts Staff Attorney - Laterals
Sidley Austin, LLP
Washington, D.C., and Chicago

The Conflicts Staff Attorney will be responsible for assisting with the review, identification, and resolution of potential conflicts issues Firmwide. This position will report to the New Business Conflicts Staff Attorney Manager and will work closely with the Deputy General Counsel, Director of Conflicts/Legal, Director of Conflicts/Operations, Conflicts and New Business Team, Lateral Conflicts Team, and Firm partners.  This role can reside in any of the Firm’s U.S. offices and is a hybrid in-office position. Job responsibilities and duties  will include a combination of the below depending on whether you are focused on clearing New Business or Lateral Hires.  There is overlap in responsibilities and training provided.

Duties and Responsibilities:
Review and analyze conflicts reports for all new business, informational requests, and changes in current matters that arise
Review search results generated by the Conflicts Analysts and identify potential conflicts of interest with respect to all new business
Prepare a Conflicts Summary for Firm lawyers outlining conflicts results
Work closely with Firm lawyers, the Director of Conflicts/Legal, and NB CSA Managers to implement screening requirements, obtain waivers and answer other conflicts inquiries as required
Perform analysis and reviews of new business forms and provide assistance with the new business intake process as needed
Draft engagement letters, waivers, and screens as needed
Participate in weekly meetings of the Conflicts Staff Attorneys (New Business and Lateral)
Assist with onboarding laterals as needed
Study and stay current with laws and rules pertaining to conflicts of interest with respect to each jurisdiction in which the Firm maintains offices
Maintain records for tracking and timely completion of all conflicts review projects undertaken
Perform various special projects and duties as assigned
Communicate with Firm partners to resolve potential conflicts of interest that are identified in the search results
Review Conflicts Questionnaires submitted by lateral hire candidates
Review search results generated by the Conflicts Analysts and identify potential conflicts of interest with respect to the lateral candidate
Prepare a comprehensive Conflicts Summary for lateral partner candidates that lists all current clients and matters on which the partner candidate is working and identifying all potential conflicts and screens that will be necessary. This report will be reviewed by sponsoring partners and Firm management. 
Communicate with lateral candidates with additional questions or requesting clarifications
Participate in discussions on how to streamline the lateral hire clearing process, including IT enhancements

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform the Duties and Responsibilities (Duties) above satisfactorily and meet the requirements below. The requirements listed below are representative of the minimum knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job. If you need such an accommodation, please email (current employees should contact Human Resources).

Education and/or Experience:  
Juris Doctor
Knowledge of rules of professional responsibility
Admission to a bar in jurisdiction where Firm has office 

Database research experience, InTapp experience
2-4 years of conflicts clearance experience at large law firm strongly preferred

The following will also be required of the successful candidate:
Strong organizational skills
Strong attention to detail
Good judgment
Strong interpersonal communication skills
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
Able to work harmoniously and effectively with others
Able to preserve confidentiality and exercise discretion
Able to work under pressure
Able to manage multiple projects with competing deadlines and priorities

Here is the link to apply: