Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
Voting Rights Policy Counsel/Policy Associate
The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law is one of the leading national civil rights legal organizations, with the principal mission of fighting racial discrimination faced by African Americans and other racial and ethnic minorities. The Lawyers’ Committee was formed in 1963 at the request of President John F. Kennedy to enlist the private bar’s leadership and resources in combating racial discrimination and the resulting inequality of opportunity – work that continues to be vital today.
The Lawyers’ Committee seeks a talented, dynamic and enthusiastic policy advocate with a demonstrated commitment to racial justice to serve as a Voting Rights Policy Counsel or Policy Associate in the Public Policy Project. The successful candidate will thrive in a fast-paced environment and will be flexible, creative and comfortable working independently, as well as within a team.
The Voting Rights Policy Counsel/Associate will manage a portfolio focused on Voting Rights, Election Protection and other related topics, including redistricting. The Policy Counsel/Associate will also develop strategies to advance legislative and administrative Voting Rights priorities, and to cultivate and manage relationships on Capitol Hill and among coalition partners.
This is a full-time position based in Washington, DC. The Voting Rights Policy Counsel/Associate will work under the supervision of the Director of the Public Policy Project. Very limited travel is required.
Specific Duties and Responsibilities:
Analyze federal policy proposals and draft reports and white papers designed to influence policymakers and other stakeholders on Voting Rights issues;
Monitor and support policy efforts around the Election Protection program;
Develop and produce advocacy tools for various audiences concerning important Voting Rights litigation and federal policies;
Work with federal agencies to ensure that the principles of our mission are reflected in the Voting Rights policymaking process;
Attend Congressional hearings, briefings, and meetings, and represent the Lawyers’ Committee in external and internal Voting Rights and related meetings, including responding to questions from external sources regarding pending federal voting rights legislation and initiatives;
Work closely with the Voting Rights Project to help identify shared advocacy objectives;
Draft testimony, talking points and other material for congressional hearings, meetings, briefings and other public speaking engagements on Voting Rights legislative, policy and regulatory matters;
Research and draft memoranda, letters and analyses of federal bills, and comments on proposed administrative rules and regulations regarding Voting Rights;
Plan and execute advocacy events such as congressional briefings, panel discussions, advocacy days on Capitol Hill and webinars to further advocacy goals;
Work with communications staff to coordinate Voting Rights focused communications strategy and to elevate Voting Rights legislative activity in the media;
Track and summarize legislation, regulations and other Voting Rights policy developments using databases, as well as monitoring media, social media and government websites;
Lead and participate in national coalition meetings focused on Voting Rights issues;
Train and coordinate the work of Interns on Voting Rights issues; and
State legislative and policy advocacy, including registration as a state lobbyist, may be required.
Minimum Experience and Qualifications:
Commitment to the mission and goals of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law;
Bachelor’s Degree and a minimum of two (2) years of work experience, preferably working on Voting Rights or other related federal policy (JD or Master’s Degree preferred);
Must be willing to register as a federal lobbyist;
Working knowledge of the federal legislative, regulatory and policy process (Hill experience a plus);
Exceptional writing, oral and interpersonal skills;
Strong analytical thinking and problem-solving skills;
Strong organizational skills with superb attention to detail;
Ability to synthesize information and follow through and complete assignments;
Ability to multitask, take direction and meet strict deadlines;
Ability to work independently as well as part of a team; willing to take instruction and guidance from senior team members;
Ability to be flexible, responsive and a team player;
Proficiency in Microsoft Office software and Internet research tools;
Knowledge of Bluebook forms for legal citations a plus; and
Knowledge of basic research tools, such as LEXIS/NEXUS, Westlaw, CQ, Bloomberg, Gallery Watch is a plus.
To Apply: Please submit a cover letter and resume to https://podio.com/webforms/24961049/1831942. No calls will be accepted. The position will remain open until filled and applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Salary and benefits are competitive for a nonprofit legal organization.
Counsel, Securities Compliance
National Rural Electric Cooperative Association
Responsible for overseeing the regulatory filings for RE Advisers Corporation, RE Investment Corporation, Homestead Funds, Inc., and Homestead Funds Trust (together the “Funds”) (collectively, the “Companies”). Serves as the internal legal expert regarding regulatory matters and contracts entered into by the Companies. Serves as the Funds’ Board Secretary.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Proactively works with the Companies’ Chief Compliance Officer to perform the duties and responsibilities of the position.Leads the preparation, review and filing of the Companies’ regulatory filings by deadline.Responsible for maintaining the regulatory filing calendar, coordinating with outside counsel and third parties, and ensuring the completeness and accuracy of the filings by deadline.Leads multidisciplinary projects and serves as the internal legal expert in ensuring compliance with new regulatory requirements. Proactively works with colleagues to provide training and education and serve as a resource for regulatory questions.Keeps current on SEC, FINRA, and DOL rules, regulations, risk alerts, guidance and enforcement actions. Analyzes and recommends approach and amendments to applicable policies and procedures.Maintains the Companies’ corporate policies and procedures.Leads the development of board and committee agendas based on the compliance calendar, conversations with the board chairman and Funds officers. Coordinates with outside counsel on the drafting of board resolutions. Ensures the proper notice of meeting and oversees the preparation and delivery of the board materials. Ensures that the board and committee minutes are drafted, reviewed, and approved at the next scheduled board or committee meeting.Reviews incoming contracts and coordinates with the Companies stakeholders to produce redline responses. Supports negotiations of contracts and ongoing adherence to the contract terms.Develops and maintains the Company’s “Form of” contracts for shareholder servicing and investment advisory contracts based on business needs, industry trends and regulatory requirements.Represents the Funds on the SEC rules committee with the Investment Company Institute, the trade association for mutual funds.Effectively communicates activities and pertinent information covering areas of responsibility, both internally and externally, in writing and orally, as appropriate, to senior leaders, management and the Funds board of directors.Responsible for the proper security and disposal of any confidential information that he or she may possess in the course of performing this position's job duties, in accordance with NRECA’s Personnel & Administrative Policy and HIPAA Privacy and Security Policies & Procedures Manuals.
Formal Education Required: Juris Doctorate
Experience and Certifications Required:
Five to seven years of experience with mutual funds and/or investment advisers and applying the Investment Company Act of 1940, the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1933 to regulatory filings and an overall compliance program.
Must be licensed to practice law in Virginia or eligible to register as corporate counsel consistent with the Rules of the Supreme Court of Virginia Part 1A, Rule 1A:5 governing Virginia Corporate Counsel & Corporate Counsel Registrants.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:
Knowledge of the Investment Company Act of 1940, the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1933 as demonstrated by prior work experience.
Ability to conduct legal analysis and research as demonstrated by prior work experience.
Ability to be persuasive, negotiate, and collaborate with individuals at all levels inside and outside of the organization as demonstrated by prior work experience.
Ability to manage competing deadlines and multiple projects at various stages of development using effective organization skills and attention to detail as demonstrated by prior work experience.
Ability to communicate, both verbally and in writing, with employees and/or vendors in a clear and precise manner as demonstrated by prior work experience.
Ability to lead highly visible multidisciplinary project/program teams or initiatives and provide leadership as the authority in a specialized field as demonstrated by prior work experience.
Ability to effectively interact with others and work in a team environment and providing follow-up when needed as demonstrated by prior work experience.
Ability to use Microsoft Office tools (Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint) in the day-to-day essential duties of the job as demonstrated by prior work experience.
Ability to operate various office equipment such as personal computer, copier, printer, fax machine or other job-related equipment as demonstrated by prior work experience.
Here is the email to apply: https://nreca.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/4/home?c=nreca&source=16#/requisition/420
Associate Attorney (Business Law)
Firm: McClanahan Powers® (www.mcplegal.com)
Type: Fulltime; dedicated on-site office optional pending COVID (ability to work remotely)
Estimated Start Date: Immediately
Compensation package includes a base salary, commensurate with experience, ranging from $60,000.00 - $70,000.00; healthcare, vision care, and dental care; percentage of cash receipts on new client origination referrals, whether or not work performed by referring attorney; discretionary annual bonus based on both individual and firm performance; paid time off; employee eligible 401(k) retirement plan with firm matching after first year; firm-paid attorney bar association dues; and pre-approved continuing legal education course costs.
McClanahan Powers® has an immediate need for an associate attorney with some level of post-admission experience. McClanahan Powers® is a Martindale-Hubbell® AV Preeminent law firm located in Fairfax County, Virginia, focusing on the areas of business, civil litigation, employment, trademark, and copyright law. The firm and its attorneys have extensive experience in both transactional and litigation matters. McClanahan Powers® offers a friendly and family-oriented environment and, as such, encourages a modest work-life balance for sustainability and career satisfaction; in any event, the hired attorney will be expected to work an average of 45 hours per week, with only a fraction required as billable.
Juris Doctor from an accredited law school.
Must be admitted to practice in Virginia.
At least 1 year of post-admission experience.
Experience with Westlaw required with preferred experience in Westlaw Next.
Experience with Microsoft Office, including Outlook, and other software applications, including cloud based applications.
Familiarity with certain Intellectual Property (copyrights, trademarks, and trade secrets).
Business, trademark, copyright, trade secret, or employment litigation experience in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia.
Trademark litigation experience before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board.
Trademark prosecution experience before the USPTO.
Contract drafting and counseling clients in business and employment law.
Previous clerkship, especially in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, with heightened preference in Alexandria Division.
Principally assist one of the firm's members as his lead associate, with some minimal assistance to other attorneys in firm;
Conduct and manage discovery, including e-discovery, in complex litigation;
Draft and prepare pleadings and other related litigation documents, including motion briefs;
Supervised contract drafting, review and revision;
Attend return hearings and pretrial conferences;
Perform legal research through Westlaw;
Effectively and persuasively communicate with judges, arbitrators, mediators, clients, and opposing counsel; and
Effectively manage time while meeting client, court imposed, and statutory deadlines.
Please do not include a separate writing sample except upon written request by the firm. If selected as a candidate for an interview, the firm will reach out to you with further instructions. Interviews will be conducted immediately via Zoom.
Here is the link to apply: https://www.mcplegal.com/contact/
Lateral Practice Attorney
Price Benowitz LLP
Minimum Experience: Senior Executive
Price Benowitz, LLP is seeking well-established Attorneys with a books of business/clients or practice groups to join our fast-growing team. The 40 attorney firm is a dedicated, mission driven group of professionals with Class-A office space in Washington, DC and satellite offices throughout Maryland and Virginia. Price Benowitz has a “best-in-class” mentality, and strives to promote each individual lawyer through award winning marketing. Price Benowitz provides nationally recognized intake as well as accounting and administrative support. The firm invests in the success and growth of each attorney through individually tailored business plans and coaching.This is a perfect opportunity to join a firm with a seasoned team of passionate advocates that are committed to upholding the highest standards of representation and legal excellence.
Here is the link to apply: https://pricebenowitz.com/careers/
D.C. Antitrust (HSR) Attorney
The Washington, DC office of Clifford Chance has an opening for a lawyer to join the Antitrust team. We seek a highly creative regulatory lawyer who enjoys keeping up with legal and market developments and guiding clients through the nuances of the United States merger control regime. A comfort level with speaking directly with clients and ability to work as part of a team are a must. The role could be an excellent spot for someone who loves interesting legal work and problem solving. Stellar academic credentials and 5+ years of major law firm experience required. Admission to the DC Bar preferred.
FIRM SUMMARY: Clifford Chance is one of the world's leading law firms, helping clients achieve their goals by combining the highest global standards with local expertise. The firm has unrivalled scale and depth of legal resources across the three key markets of the Americas, Asia and Europe and focuses on the core areas of commercial activity: capital markets; corporate and M&A; finance and banking; real estate; tax; pensions and employment; litigation and dispute resolution.
Please note that we will only accept materials submitted directly from the applicant. Alternatives are available for individuals who are unable to use or access our online application system.
For assistance, please contact Clifford Chance's Human Resources Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212.878.8270. Here is the link to apply: https://opportunities.cliffordchance.com/jobs/dc-antitrust-hsr-attorney-3520?source=LocalJobNetwork
Legal, Global Markets Attorney, Vice President
Job ID: 2020-65432
We work at the intersection of finance and law, providing counsel and advice that support activities across the firm. We handle litigation and arbitration, perform research and due diligence, aid in financing and legal filings, deal with contracts and intellectual property rights that show our commitment to clients, shareholders, and regulators. Whether you’re an experienced attorney or a quick learner with a strong interest in financial law coupled with critical thinking skills, our dynamic group might be right for you.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND QUALIFICATIONS:
The Legal Division is looking for an attorney to join the Prime Services & Securities Financing Legal team in McLean VA. The key responsibility of the position will be the integration and expansion of Folio Investments, a company that Goldman Sachs recently acquired. Folio Investments is an execution, clearing and custody platform that serves independent Registered Investment Advisors (RIAs) across the wealth spectrum. Folio Investments has developed a differentiated technology offering that provides institutional grade clearing and custody services to RIAs. You can learn more about Folio Investments at www.folioinstitutional.com
- Advise on the strategy, development, integration and expansion of Folio Investments, including legal and regulatory analysis of existing products and new initiatives.
- Cover other aspects of our prime services businesses (prime brokerage, futures, clearing and cleared derivatives) and securities financing transactions of our repo and funding desks.
- Review new business initiatives and provide input relating to compliance with relevant laws, rules and regulations.
- Assist the client services teams in dealing with our clients’ requests.
- Assist Compliance in producing responses to regulatory inquiries.
- Communicate with various regulatory bodies directly and through industry associations regarding changes in laws and policies that may have an impact on the business.
- Provide education and direction to other departments on the application of rules and regulations.
- Create and negotiate agreements that relate to brokerage services.
- Manage outside counsel.
- Collaborate across control groups to drive execution and ensure consistency in risk management.
Basic Qualifications: 5+ years legal experience post JD.
Strong legal and business judgment, writing and analytical skills.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; the ability to clearly articulate ideas and develop stakeholder relationships.
A quick study who is excited about learning something new outside of their comfort zone.
Excellent leadership skills and ability to leverage the capabilities of peers, business partners, and associates along with the confidence to effectively influence stakeholders.
Excellent organizational skills with the ability to manage several simultaneous projects under deadlines in a fast-paced environment.
Preferred Qualifications: Outstanding law firm credentials and/or in-house experience in financial services company.
Substantive knowledge of broker-dealer regulation.
At Goldman Sachs, we commit our people, capital and ideas to help our clients, shareholders and the communities we serve to grow. Founded in 1869, we are a leading global investment banking, securities and investment management firm. Headquartered in New York, we maintain offices around the world.
We believe who you are makes you better at what you do. We're committed to fostering and advancing diversity and inclusion in our own workplace and beyond by ensuring every individual within our firm has a number of opportunities to grow professionally and personally, from our training and development opportunities and firmwide networks to benefits, wellness and personal finance offerings and mindfulness programs. Learn more about our culture, benefits, and people at GS.com/careers.
Here is the link to apply: https://uscareers-goldmansachs.icims.com/jobs/65432/legal%2c-global-markets-attorney%2c-vice-president/job?mobile=false&width=730&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-300&jun1offset=-240
Senior Attorney, Privacy and Commercial
AARP is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, with a membership of nearly 38 million that helps people turn their goals and dreams into 'Real Possibilities' by changing the way America defines aging. With staffed offices in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands, AARP works to strengthen communities and promote the issues that matter most to families such as healthcare security, financial security and personal fulfillment. AARP also advocates for individuals in the marketplace by selecting products and services of high quality and value to carry the AARP name.
The Office of General Counsel strives to actively and effectively represent the Association and its affiliates' legal interests and to facilitate the efforts of staff and volunteers in fulfilling AARP's mission. We provide legal guidance to the AARP Board of Directors and its committees and staff, the AARP Foundation Board of Directors and staff, AARP Services Board of Directors and staff, and the trustees of the AARP Group Health Insurance Program.Summary
Works on data privacy, commercial and media issues for AARP and its affiliates. Supports the privacy officer in enforcing privacy policies, ensuring internal and third party privacy compliance, negotiates privacy contract provisions, review media content for publication, support commercial and mission related transactions.
As Senior Counsel, provides legal counsel and advice on a variety of issues, performing legal research, and managing outside counsel. Portfolio could vary based on experience of the individual and the needs of the organization.Responsibilities
• Support and enforce consumer-facing privacy policies and notices and internal privacy procedures
• Ensure existing products, services and marketing activities comply with privacy-related regulations
• Support privacy impact assessment process to ensure new products and services comply with privacy policies
• Help negotiate privacy provisions in transactions
• Collaborate with IT on cyber security and data privacy workflows
• Help maintain incident response plan
• Develop responses to privacy related inquiries from individuals, the news media, privacy advocacy groups, and industry and government regulators
• Review content for magazine, bulletin, aarp.org and other media channels for accuracy, IP, publicity, and general compliance with communications laws.
• Negotiate agreements for sponsorships, licensing, promotions, digital advertising
• Exhibits AARP values at all times.Requirements
- J.D. degree plus a minimum of 4 years’ experience in contract negotiations, legal research. Specific experience in privacy a plus but not required.
- Must be or be able to become a member in good standing with the District of Columbia bar.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills. Customer friendly approach to working with internal clients.
- Independent worker with good judgment to escalate complex issues when necessary.
- Ability to become familiar and keep abreast of data privacy, IP and media laws and requirements.
- Must function with the highest degree of integrity and ethical standards. Passion for our nonprofit mission a definite positive.
- Ability to handle different subject areas, pivot as needed, prioritize, with strong attention to detail
- Must be customer-oriented, approachable, responsive, engaging and a team player.
Here is the link to apply: https://careers.aarp.org/job/11671056/senior-attorney-privacy-and-commercial-washington-dc/
General Liability Attorney
Thomas, Thomas & Hafer LLP
Washington, D.C., Fairfax,Va., and Baltimore, Md.
Thomas, Thomas & Hafer LLP, a regional civil defense law firm, is seeking an attorney with 3+ years of experience for its Washington, DC office. Candidates must be admitted to the DC bar. Excellent analytical, and written and oral communication skills are required, in addition to deposition, mediation and courtroom experience. Candidates must have the ability to work independently and possess a strong positive attitude and strong work ethic. Competitive salary and benefits.
Experience: General Liability: 3 years (Preferred)
License: Active member of the DC Bar, Virginia Bar or Maryland Bar, depending on position sought. (Required)
Submit your resume in the strictest confidentiality to us via email: email@example.com. Chair, Attorney Hiring Committee: James A. Tinnyo
Assistant General Counsel
Do you want to be part of the solar revolution that is transforming the energy landscape? Do you have a passion for making our environment better for this generation and the ones that follow? Does working for a fast paced, growing company that is leading the way into new markets sound exciting to you? Come join us as we take on new challenges and help build a better tomorrow. Our mission is clear: to reshape the energy landscape, delivering value to our clients and partners while benefiting our communities and society at large. Let's make a difference together. Join our team.
Nexamp is a leading renewable energy company with a rapidly-expanding national footprint, focused on distributed-generation solar and battery storage projects as developer, EPC provider and asset manager. The position will provide legal support for Nexamp's project acquisitions function with a strong focus on acquisition documentation and diligence, as well as commercial contracts. The position offers the opportunity to be part of a growing legal department and expand the role to support other business units as needed. Additional responsibilities will also include managing outside counsel and driving internal processes surrounding the acquisition, development and construction of solar and storage projects. This role requires a detail-oriented, organized, and energetic self-starting team member with a strong legal background in the solar and storage industry, mergers & acquisitions, or both.
Passion to usher in a new energy economy and combat climate change is a must!
All legal aspects for the acquisition of solar and storage projects, including membership interest purchase agreements for a single asset or a portfolio of projects.
Post-acquisition legal support for development, construction, and financing process.
Contributes to the development and improvement of contract templates and internal deal processes.
Role can be expanded to supports the development of projects through the engineering, procurement, construction and financing phases, including contractor agreements and other commercial contracts.
Law degree from an accredited law school.
3-5 year's legal experience required, preferably in a law firm setting. Strong experience in either solar and storage or mergers & acquisitions is required. Specific experience in renewable energy projects is preferred, but candidates with strong backgrounds in mergers & acquisitions are also encouraged to apply.
Ability to work in a highly team-oriented environment and manage multiple projects simultaneously with little supervision.
Excellent commercial judgment and written and oral communication skills are required.
Occasional travel may be required.
Here is the link to apply: https://www.nexamp.com/careers?gh_jid=4818808002
Sanabria & Associates, PLLC
Sanabria & Associates, PLLC is a rapidly growing law firm with offices in Downtown Silver Spring, Baltimore, Virginia, Washington D.C., Langley Park, and Doral, FL.
Our ideal candidate would be someone with experience in the following: Family petitions, asylum cases, SIJS, U-Visas, waivers (including I-601A, I-601, I-212), cancellation of removal, O Visas, H1B, employment petitions, eligibility under § 245(i), and employment petitions. Please note the experience does not have to have been gained as an attorney. We encourage long-term commitment.
Job Responsibilities: *
Coordinate case and legal strategies.
Manage various projects and deadlines.
Ability to train and supervise administrative staff and paralegals
Negotiate, prepare, and revise documents.
Explain legal language to clients.
Research unique legal issues by identifying applicable statutes and judicial decisions.
Keep abreast of legislative changes that may affect immigration.
Develop solutions to complex legal questions.
Attend master calendar hearings, bond hearings, and individual/merits hearings
Active Bar license (in a good standing)
Active in bar association(s)
Have excellent writing skills
*Fluent in Spanish*Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $70,000.00 - $85,000.00 per year
Experience: Immigration Attorney: 2 years (Required)
License: Active member of the Maryland State bar (Required)
Language: Spanish (Required)
Here is the link to apply: https://www.glassdoor.com/Job/jobs.htm?suggestCount=0&suggestChosen=false&clickSource=searchBtn&typedKeyword=attorney&locT=C&locId=1138213&jobType=&context=Jobs&sc.keyword=attorney&dropdown=0
Associate Personal Injury Attorney
Lawfty Law, LLP
Who we are: Lawfty Law, LLP is a growing personal injury firm practicing in the Washington, DC area. We handle automobile collisions, dog bites, and slip and fall cases. We are looking for an Associate Attorney with personal injury experience and a dedicated work ethic.
Who is right for the position: * The ideal candidate has 2+ years of experience in personal injury, is licensed in VA and DC (or willing to waive in immediately), prides themselves on work ethic, is highly organized, appreciative of technology, personable, and available to work out of our Dupont Circle location full time.
Experience/Requirements: 2 years personal injury experience
VA Bar required
DC Bar required or willing to waive into DC Bar immediately
Deposition and Trial Experience preferred
Proficient handling high case volume
Spanish speaker (Fluent) preferred. The position offers a competitive salary and benefits package (Health, Vision, Dental). Please forward a cover letter, resume, and two writing samples for consideration.
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $70,000.00 - $120,000.00 per year
Here is the contact information: email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Phone: (202) 335-4854
Law Offices of John L. Laster
Falls Church, Va.
Our small trusts and estates / elder law / special needs law firm in Falls Church is seeking a half-time lawyer. Tasks will include meeting with clients, designing estate plans, doing legal research, drafting suitable documents, reviewing client histories, preparing for and appearing in court, and generally pitching in. The ideal candidate will be a detail-oriented, responsible, creative, energetic team player to grow with the firm. Some law firm experience would be helpful as would some experience with trusts and estates / elder law / special needs. However, the lack of either will not impede the right candidate. Job may grow to full-time. Salary dependent on experience. Please submit a cover letter with your résumé.
Job Type: Part-time
License: VA, MD or DC State Bar (Preferred)
Here is the link to apply: https://www.trusttolast.com/contact/
Prime Legal Staff Corp.
Prime Legal is assisting a boutique plaintiff's injury firm in Washington, DC recruit a talented *Associate Attorney* to their growing team. If you are driven by a desire to make a difference in your clients' lives and help them achieve justice, then this is the firm for you. They have a nationwide practice, so travel is involved. Plaintiff's civil litigation experience is a must for this position, as well as a desire to be in the courtroom.
Very competitive salary, half based on your case wins and success.
Licensure in DC, MD, VA all a plus. Only DC is required. EOE
Vice President, Attorney Search
Prime Legal Corporation
Are you looking for a new job? Prime Legal is your legal staffing and recruitment specialist providing top legal secretary, legal assistant and paralegal jobs, as well as attorney and partner level jobs for law firms and corporations nationwide.
Potter Burnett Law LLP
A full-time opportunity is currently available for a highly motivated, hard-working Personal Injury Litigation Associate and/or Medical Malpractice Litigation Associate to join the team at Potter Burnett Law.
Qualified applicants must have the following:
J.D. from accredited law school
License to practice law in Maryland and good standing with Maryland Bar
Experience in prosecuting or defending personal injury or medical malpractice practice cases
Taking and defending depositions of witnesses and experts
Jury trial experience as at least second chair
Strong writing, analytical, and interpersonal skills
What qualifications are a bonus?
First chair litigation experience
License to practice law in the District of Columbia or eligibility to waive into the District of Columbia
Experience taking and defending standard of care depositions in medical malpractice cases
Potter Burnett Law offers a generous benefits package, a competitive salary based upon experience, and the opportunity to build a successful legal career.
Job Type: Full-time
Interested applicants should submit a resume with cover letter, writing sample, and list of references.
Please submit your applications to Careers@PotterBurnettLaw.com.
800 4th Street SW, No. N517 Washington, DC 20024
Phone: 240-421-6395 E-mail: email@example.com