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Senior Attorney, Transactional Services Center
Paul Hastings
Washington, D.C. and other locations

Paul Hastings is a leading international law firm that provides innovative legal solutions to many of the world's top financial institutions and Fortune Global 500 companies. With a strong presence throughout Asia, Europe, Latin America, and the U.S., we have the global reach and extensive capabilities to provide personalized service wherever our clients' needs take us. As one of the world's leading law firms, we seek dynamic individuals who share our commitment to service, innovation, and professional growth.

We have an opening for a Senior Attorney (Corporate), Transactional Services Center. This position may sit in any of our U.S. offices.
The Senior Attorney (Corporate) performs and coordinates substantive due diligence and drafts, reviews and negotiates non-disclosure agreements as a member of the Firm's Transactional Services Center.

In this capacity, the Senior Attorney (Corporate) will:
Perform due diligence review for business transactions, including mergers and acquisitions and financings;
Draft, review and negotiate non-disclosure agreements for the firm's M&A, Private Equity and Leveraged Finance groups;
Coordinate with deal teams to facilitate the completion of due diligence projects;
Coordinate due diligence review by the Firm's attorney subject matter specialists, such as tax, environmental, benefits and regulatory;
Create due diligence summaries and reports leveraging the Firm's licensed technology tools;
Identify efficiency opportunities and/or enhancements in the performance of the Transactional Services Center;
Coordinate with peers, as appropriate, to ensure best practices in due diligence and drafting;
Manage projects to ensure that the work product is delivered accurately and on time;
Conduct training of more junior members of the Transactional Services Center;
Work beyond scheduled hours as necessary and travel as required; and
Handle additional related projects as necessary.

Law degree and current bar admission in the jurisdiction where the Senior Attorney (Corporate) will sit;
At least 4 years of law firm practitioner experience in M&A, Finance, or General Corporate practice, with experience performing due diligence and drafting corporate-related contracts (experience practicing at an AmLaw 100 firm preferred);
Advanced legal knowledge and practice skills of corporate diligence, including business law principles and M&A issues;
Expert knowledge of the workflows of performing due diligence;
Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite applications, specifically Word and Excel;
Advanced proficiency in drafting due diligence reports and related legal transactional documents;
Expert proficiency in the English language, including punctuation, spelling, grammar and writing skills; and
Proficiency in the use of legal technologies, such as Inter/Intra/Extranet technologies and legal research databases.

Here is the link to apply:

The Ad Council
Washington, D.C., San Francisco, New Yorek

The Ad Council is seeking a highly-motivated, detail-oriented Attorney, with contract negotiation experience and the ability to work independently as well as collaboratively in a fast-paced environment with rapidly changing priorities. This is a contract, remote position that will work as one of two legal counsels for an organization that creates and executes communication strategies for 40+ campaigns each year.

The ideal candidate will need to possess excellent communication (oral and written) and interpersonal skills. To succeed in this role, you will need to possess and exemplify excellent business judgment and critical thinking, a high degree of accountability, and a strong work ethic.

This is a contract employee role. This means that, while the position is at all times one of at will employment, the Ad Council anticipates at present that the employment length would be approximately 6 months with the possibility to extend the contract. The Ad Council is looking to fill the position immediately. Contract employees will be eligible to participate in limited benefits and paid time off.

This position will report to the General Counsel and work with members of all departments at the Ad Council. In a given week, you may find yourself reviewing and negotiating contracts with ad agencies, clients and vendors, reviewing talent releases, or reaching out to music houses to license songs for our commercials.

Responsibilities include:
Providing legal guidance to various business groups.
Drafting, negotiating and revising contracts.
Ensuring compliance with contracts, government rules and contracting regulations.
Overseeing contract review process and contract distribution.
Advising internal clients on legal issues concerning advertising and marketing campaigns.
Participating in special projects as needed.

Core Experience and Skills:
Undergraduate and JD degrees, and admission to the NY bar.
Legal experience in a relevant industry and contracting experience
Ability to work independently and on a team and manage multiple projects concurrently in a fast-paced environment.
Ability to manage, plan and organize significant work flow.
Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Strong interpersonal and relationship skills. 
Strong analytical and negotiation skills.
A high degree of self-motivation.

To apply online: 

The Ad Council invites all qualified interested applicants to apply for career opportunities. If you are a person with a disability and need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application or hiring process, please contact please submit your request through one of the following methods listed below: 

Fax (212) 922-1676 or 
Ad Council 
Attn: Talent Team 
815 2nd Avenue, 9th Floor 
New York, NY 10017 

Discovery Counsel
U.S. Department of the Treasury
Washington, D.C.

Salary: $116,844 to $217,118 per year

This position is located in the Office of Chief Counsel/Washington, DC.
As a Counsel; you will perform complex legal work which influences the operation of a national bank or internal OCC operations and counsel OCC management, OCC client divisions and management of national banks on legality, safety, and soundness of OCC internal and/or national bank operations.
As a Counsel (eDiscovery), you will:
Advise Chief Counsel's Office (CCO) and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) management on the state of the OCC's eDiscovery needs; legal obligations and legal risks; best practices; and legal, technological, and operational developments and challenges.
Develop, establish, and keep current policies, standard operating procedures, and guidelines regarding eDiscovery and legal technology matters under the EDRM.
Maintain up-to-date knowledge of trends in eDiscovery case law, technology, and industry best practices. Develop high level statements of the goals, objectives, and/or business needs of the eDiscovery program.
Advise and coordinate eDiscovery strategy for litigation, internal reviews, regulatory enforcement actions, and inquiries to efficiently thoroughly, and accurately identify, preserve, search, collect and produce responsive Electronically Stored Information.
Provide legal and practical guidance on eDiscovery issues to case teams as they conduct investigations, prepare for and conduct civil or administrative litigation.
Travel Required
25% or less - Occasional travel

Conditions of Employment:
Complete a 1-year trial period (unless already completed).
Complete a Declaration for Federal Employment to determine your suitability for Federal employment.
Have your salary sent to a financial institution of your choice by Direct Deposit/Electronic Funds Transfer.
Go through a Personal Identity Verification (PIV) process that requires two forms of identification from the Form I-9. Federal law requires verification of the identity and employment eligibility of all new hires in the U.S.
Travel occasionally to attend conferences and/or training.
Obtain and use a Government-issued charge card for business-related travel.
File an OCC Financial Disclosure Form.
Complete a financial disclosure review and resolve any ethics issues.
Click here for important information about OCC ethics standards, such as the requirement that new hires divest their bank securities.
Successfully complete a background investigation that includes criminal history, financial history (including a credit check) and other information.
You must have one year of specialized experience at a level of difficulty and responsibility equivalent to the NB-V band level or GS-13 grade level in the Federal service. Examples of specialized experience for this position include:

Providing legal and practical guidance on eDiscovery issues and developing high-level statements of the goals, objectives, and/or business needs of the eDiscovery program. And
Planning, managing, administering, and/or updating an effective eDiscovery program covering all phases of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) or similar.AND

Must be an active member of the bar of the highest court of a State, U.S. commonwealth, U.S. territory, or the District of Columbia.
The experience may have been gained in the public sector, private sector, or through volunteer service.

Here is the link to apply:

Attorney Recruiting and Development Coordinator
Skadden, Arps
Washington, D.C.

Skadden is seeking an Attorney Recruiting and Development Coordinator to join our Attorney Recruiting and Development team in the Washington, D.C. office. As a member of Skadden's professional staff, the Attorney Recruiting and Development Coordinator will play an integral role in helping the firm provide high-quality service to clients.

The Attorney Recruiting and Development Coordinator coordinates attorney recruiting, development and diversity initiatives and supports overall department needs with special projects.

Works with department supervisor and other coordinators on fall on-campus recruiting program with a particular focus on coordinating interview schedules.
Participates in planning all aspects of summer associate program including orientation, training, and evaluation process; planning and attending events; preparing program materials, assignments and database; monitoring mentor/department liaison program; monitoring program expenses and Summer Associate overall experience.
Coordinates returning associate mentor program, including communications and budget tracking.
Monitors information for purposes of applicant tracking and coordinates applications with other offices.
Assists with development of budget for summer associate program, fall on-campus recruiting, and diversity programs.
Coordinates interview process for 1L Scholars program including distributing materials, attending related on campus events, serving as point person for applications and candidate call back process.
Collaborates with DC affinity groups with respect to recruiting efforts, events, programming, and meetings.
Implements and assists department manager with overseeing DC SEO program.
Assists with coordination of new attorney orientation.
Assists with coordination of attorney training programs.
Assists with attorney evaluation and review process.
Serves as a resource for attorneys in the DC office.
Coordinates and supports overall department needs with special projects.
Performs other related duties as assigned.

Current knowledge of industry trends and techniques.
Knowledge of relevant firm computer software programs (e.g., Outlook, Word, Excel) with the ability to learn new software and operating systems.
Flexibility to travel.
Flexibility to adjust hours and work the hours necessary to meet operating and business needs.

High school diploma or equivalent. Bachelor's degree preferred.
Minimum of three years of progressively responsible related experience or a combination of one year related experience in a law firm along with a minimum of two years administrative experience.

Here is the link to apply:

Settlement Agent or Title Attorney
Universal Title
Upper Marlboro, Md.

Universal Title provides our clients with the industry’s best technology, highest level of security, transparency throughout the process, and overall best experience during their real estate transaction. We are currently looking to hire a Settlement Attorney/ Title Agent.

Job Description:
Take a management role and oversee the operations of settlements within the office.
Conduct settlements within the office.
Ensure title work and curative work is completed timely.

Job Requirements:
Previous experience in preparation, processing documents and coordinating settlement activities
Ability to audit each assigned file to ensure all required closing documents (payoff letters, clear title, taxes, etc.).

Pay: $56,000.00 - $65,000.00 per year

High school or equivalent (Preferred)

This Company Describes Its Culture as:
Detail-oriented -- quality and precision-focused
Outcome-oriented -- results-focused with strong performance culture
Stable -- traditional, stable, strong processes
People-oriented -- supportive and fairness-focused
Team-oriented -- cooperative and collaborative

Here is the link to apply:,10_IC1138213_KO11,19.htm?srs=JOBS_HOME_RECENT_SEARCHES

Foreign Service Attorney
U.S. Agency for International Development
Washington, D.C.
Salary: $106,626 to $169,807 per year

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.

You must be a graduate of a law school accredited by the American Bar Association (or foreign equivalent).
You must currently be a member in good standing of the bar of a state, territory of the United States, District of Columbia, or Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.
You must have a minimum of four years of post-law school experience practicing law (the position must have required a legal degree and involved providing legal services to clients; serving as a judicial clerk counts toward qualifying experience).
You must demonstrate an ability to communicate with and work well with a diverse range of clients and colleagues (including those from different cultures), spot legal issues, solve problems, and operate with minimal supervision.
You must demonstrate an ability to write and otherwise communicate professionally, clearly, and persuasively.

Here is the Link to Apply:

Senior Associate Attorney - Family Law
Whitbeck Bennett
Vienna, Va.

Whitbeck Bennett, a leading Virginia-based firm specializing in Family Law seeks a Senior Associate Attorney for our Tysons Corner office. Applicants must be currently admitted to practice law in Virginia. Prior family law experience is required!

The ideal candidate will be focused, excellent with people, and possess superior written and oral communication skills. We offer a friendly, professional firm environment. The successful candidate will have access to health insurance, 401(k) with matching, a bonus rewards program, and generous paid time off policy (subject to plan waiting periods).

Required Skills & Experience:
- Must be currently admitted to practice law in Virginia
- Prior family law experience
- Must be able to work independently as well as in collaboration with others
- Exceptional written and oral communication skills

To Apply: Please send your resume, a writing sample, and a cover letter detailing your salary requirements and earliest available start date. Confidentiality assured – we will not contact your current employer.

Here is the email to apply:

Attorney Advisor (General)
Drug Enforcement Administration
Arlington, Va.

The Office of Attorney Recruitment and Management, U.S. Department of Justice, is seeking one or more experienced attorneys to work in the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Office of Chief Counsel (CC).  The positions are described separately below.  This Office is located in Arlington, Virginia, within a block from a Metro station, and provides legal advice and support to DEA management and field offices worldwide.Our office places a high value on diversity of experiences and perspectives and encourages applications from all qualified individuals from all ethnic and racial backgrounds, veterans, LGBT individuals, and persons with disabilities.

Job Description: 
Position 1 (Administrative Law Section - CCA):  The attorney(s) will represent the agency in class actions and other complaints before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), defends appeals from agency actions before the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB), and represents DEA in bid protest and contract claim litigation before the General Accounting Office (GAO) and the various Boards of Contract Appeals. Provide litigation support to Assistant United States Attorneys and other DOJ trial counsel in constitutional torts, Title VII, contract litigation, and other civil actions filed throughout the United States against the United States and/or DEA employees.  Reviews proposed contract and personnel actions for legal sufficiency. Provides advice, assistance, and training and assists in formulation of agency policy in EEO, environmental law, procurement and appropriations law, grant management, and personnel and related legal and administrative matters.  Provides legal support to the Task Force Program and other multi-agency cooperative efforts. Investigates, processes and decides administrative claims arising out of DEA operations

Position 2 (Diversion and Regulatory Policy Section - CCR): The attorney(s) will be primarily responsible for serving as a representative of DEA in all administrative hearings relating to drug and chemical control, quotas, and the denial or revocation of registrations; is responsible for the legal training of state and Federal personnel with respect to the investigation of drug diversion cases; reviews all legislative and regulatory amendments relating to the control of legitimately produced controlled substances and listed chemicals; provides advice and assistance to United States Attorneys regarding Professional Practice cases under the Controlled substances Act (CSA); and furnishes legal counsel for the effective administration and enforcement of the regulatory features of the CSA.

Position 3 (Civil Litigation Section - CCL):  The attorney(s) will be responsible for providing litigation support to Main Justice and/or US Attorney’s Offices in federal litigation pertaining to Bivens, Title VII, the Federal Tort Claims Act, and other civil matters involving DEA and its employees.  Incumbent will also be responsible for representing DEA before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB), and for providing legal counsel to DEA management in a variety of personnel/employment law and other civil matters.  Litigation includes written discovery, depositions, oral arguments, legal briefs, memoranda, and putting on witnesses at a trial or hearing.

Position 4 (Ethics and Standards of Conduct Unit - CCE):  The attorney will be responsible for providing support to DEA’s ethics program, supporting an organization of approximately 10,000 employees worldwide.  The attorney will be responsible for reviewing and certifying financial disclosure reports; providing training; and providing written and oral advice on topics related to government ethics, including gifts, fundraising, misuse of position, interacting with private organizations, outside employment, and post-employment.  Prior experience in government ethics as described above, including reviewing financial disclosure reports, providing training, and providing written and oral advice related to ethics issues is highly desirable.

Position 5 (Domestic Criminal Law and Policy Section - CCM):  The attorney(s) will be responsible for reviewing requests for the most sensitive and difficult electronic surveillance orders, as well as all proposals to utilize sensitive investigative techniques; assists in the development of policies and procedures governing the conduct of criminal investigations conducted by DEA; provides training in criminal law and criminal procedure issues to DEA and other law enforcement personnel; assists DEA agents and supervisors with legal issues that arise in particular cases by articulating and advocating DEA's position to Federal and state prosecutors and to Main Justice attorneys; publishes monographs and texts for use by the federal law enforcement community; and provides advice and assistance to United States Attorneys and other elements of the executive branch on criminal issues relating to drug enforcement.

Position 6 (International Law Section - CCI) - Advises all DEA elements on international law and intelligence law; drafts or reviews memorandum of understanding between DEA, agencies of the Intelligence Community, the Department of Defense, and foreign entities; assists in developing policies, procedures and legislation related to intelligence gathering, sharing, use and disclosure in criminal cases; publishes monographs on international law and intelligence law for use by all drug enforcement entities; and provides training in these areas as required.

Position 7 (Asset Forfeiture Section - CCF) - Responsible for all administrative activities related to the seizure and forfeiture of property used or acquired in violation of the Controlled Substances Act: reviews all property seizures for probable cause; executes the forfeiture in administrative proceedings for all property valued up to $100,000; rules on petitions for remission or mitigation of administratively forfeited property with no upper value limit, as well as requests for awards under 28 U.S.C § 524; processes requests from state and local law enforcement agencies to transfer property based upon those agencies participation in the seizure of such property; advises on case decisions and statutes involving the forfeiture of property; assists U.S. Attorneys in the interpretation of forfeiture laws and regulations; acts as liaison between DEA and the Department of Justice in matters regarding international forfeiture and sharing: and conducts training in the laws or asset forfeiture for prosecutors and investigators.

Position 8 (Technology and Privacy Law Section - CCS) - Provides legal advice to DEA personnel at all levels on matters involving technology, including electronic surveillance methods and the use of new and existing investigative technologies.  If assigned to the Privacy Law Unit, the incumbent will provide legal advice on all aspects of the agency privacy program, including the Privacy Act, PIAs, and SORNs.”

An applicant must possess a J.D. degree, be an active member of a bar (any U.S. jurisdiction), and have at least three (3) years post-J.D. legal experience.  Applicants must also possess excellent oral and written communication and advocacy skills, as well as legal research and analytical skills, and a demonstrated ability to learn and master new areas of the law, as well as function with minimal guidance in a highly-demanding environment. 
An applicant also must meet eligibility requirements for a Top Secret security clearance.

Current salary and years of legal experience will determine the appropriate salary level. The possible salary levels are GS-13 ($102,663 – 133,465), GS-14 ($121,316 – 157,709), and GS-15 ($142,701 – 170,800).
10% Travel may be required for this position
Application Process: 

Applicants must submit a detailed resume, a cover letter, the below-described Drug Questionnaire, and a legal writing sample by email to  or by mail to:

Drug Enforcement Administration
Office of Chief Counsel
ATTN: Hiring Official
8701 Morrissette Drive
Springfield, Virginia  22152

​Here is the link for more information:

D.C. Staff 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 Staff Attorney to be based in Washington, D.C. This position is a unique opportunity for an attorney to engage in written and oral advocacy on behalf of children in removal proceedings. The Staff Attorney will draft and submit best interest recommendations in immigration court, before asylum offices, to public interest attorneys, to the pro bono bar, and to the three federal agencies (DHS, HHS and DOJ) with responsibility for unaccompanied children in the United States. In Washington, D.C., the Staff Attorney will work directly with detained children and children released to families or sponsors, to advocate for their best interests with respect to their custody, conditions of release, and their immigration proceedings. The Staff Attorney will help recruit, train and supervise bilingual and bicultural volunteer Child Advocates—teachers, law students, social workers, community members—who will work one-on-one with children. The Young Center team is a passionate and collegial group of professionals—attorneys, social workers, and administrative staff—committed to ensuring that children receive the full protection of federal immigration law, domestic child welfare law and international human rights law

The Young Center for Immigrant Children's Rights is a national organization dedicated to protecting and advancing the rights and best interests—safety and well-being—of 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 immigrant 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 immigrant children both while they are in federal custody and after they are released, applying federal and state law and long-recognized principles of the best interests of the child. The Young Center also does policy work, advocating with legislators, federal agencies and other stakeholders to promote consideration of the 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. The Young Center is headquartered in Chicago and has programs in Houston, San Antonio, Harlingen, Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, Phoenix, and Washington, D.C.

Supervise volunteers appointed as Child Advocate for unaccompanied and separated children in federal custody in Washington, D.C.
Serve as Child Advocate for particularly complex cases.
Visit children as needed, speak with parents, family members and stakeholders, draft case summaries.
Draft and submit best interest briefs to immigration judges, asylum officers, attorneys, and federal agencies, applying federal, state and international law.
Accompany children and their Child Advocates to immigration court, as well as state juvenile and family court.
Help recruit, train and supervise volunteer Child Advocates for the Young Center Child Advocate program serving children in the Washington, D.C. area.
Develop relationships and coordinate with stakeholders serving unaccompanied children in the Washington, D.C. area.
Assist with monthly reporting, attend stakeholder meetings, participate in working groups, and take on other program responsibilities as needed
Other duties as assigned.

Generally has prior experience working with children, trauma survivors, or migrant/refugees to demonstrate an understanding of the population we serve. This may be first-hand experience or demonstrated interest in the field (coursework, internships, volunteer opportunities, etc.).
Critical thinking skills
Organizational skills
Strong writing skills
Aptitude and thoughtfulness in how to work with children
Proficient with Microsoft Office
Valid drivers license
J.D., authorization to practice law

​Here is the link to apply:

​Staff Attorney
National Veterans Legal Services Program
Washington, D.C.

Salary: Starting at $60,000

The National Veterans Legal Services Program (NVLSP) is a high-impact national veterans service organization based in Washington DC. Our mission is to ensure that the government delivers to our nation’s 22 million veterans and active duty personnel the benefits to which they are entitled due to the disabilities that resulted from their military service. NVLSP’s Lawyers Serving Warriors® (“LSW”) program provides free legal representation, through a nationwide pro bono network of private law firms and corporate legal departments, to disabled active duty personnel and veterans and their families.

NVLSP seeks a full-time staff attorney for its LSW project. LSW’s discharge upgrade program helps veterans apply to upgrade their characterization of service from “Other Than Honorable” (OTH) to a more favorable characterization such as Honorable. The discharge upgrade may help veterans receive VA benefits and health care, improve employment opportunities, and restore reputation and self-esteem. Many clients have Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), traumatic brain injuries (TBI), or other mental health conditions that are related to military service.

In addition, NVLSP handles discharge upgrade, medical retirement, and Combat-Related Special Compensation cases for veterans who are survivors of military sexual trauma (MST), i.e., sexual assault and sexual harassment in the military. Statistics from the Department of Veterans Affairs (“VA”) show that MST is reported by approximately 1 in 4 women, and 1 in 100 men who receive VA health care. Many MST survivors subsequently experience PTSD or other mental health conditions resulting from the MST. When survivors report MST, they may be met with retaliation and hostility from their command. This could lead to an unfavorable discharge characterization or denial of medical retirement.

The attorney will review veterans’ medical and personnel files to determine merit for pro bono placement, write screening memos for meritorious cases, train pro bono lawyers, mentor cases placed with pro bono law firms, and conduct outreach to veterans at clinics.

Qualifications and Experience: J.D.; excellent research and writing skills; experience with veterans law and/or military service appreciated.

Opening/Closing Date: Available immediately; closes when filled. NVLSP has a generous benefits program, with health and pension benefits provided.

Applications: A cover letter, resume, writing sample, and a list of three references should be e-mailed to Rochelle Bobroff, Director of Pro Bono, at

Attorney Wanted for Personal Injury Litigation Firm
Slocumb Law Firm
Washington, D.C.

Established high volume, fast-paced, personal injury litigation firm seeking associate attorney to assist with growing caseload. The successful candidate would preferably have at least 1 year of personal injury litigation experience, in either representing injured Plaintiffs or insurance defense. However, the firm is willing to train a candidate with exceptional fundamentals. Bar admission in DC, Maryland or Virginia required.

Salary commensurate with experience. Competitive benefits package offered.

Here is the contact information for the firm:
Slocumb Law Firm
1225 I St NW
Suite 550A
Washington, DC 20005
(202) 737-4141​

​Counsel, Securities Compliance
National Rural Electric Cooperative Association
Arlington, Va.

Position Summary: 
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.

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 link to apply:

Lieberman & Mark PLLC
Washington, D.C.

Lieberman & Mark is a small DC-based law firm, engaged solely in the practice of veterans disability benefits. It is seeking a qualified attorney to handle appeals pending before the various Regional Offices of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, the Board of Veterans' Appeals, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims. Duties will include record review, case development, research, legal writing and advocacy, client and third-party communication, and supervision. Strong analytical and excellent communication skills required.

Salary: $75k minimum, commensurate with experience.
Benefits: Paid Time Off, Health Insurance, 401K Contributions, Discretionary Bonus

To Apply:
Qualified individuals should submit cover letter and resume. No telephone or in-person inquiries.

818 Connecticut Ave. NW, 
Suite 502
Washington, DC 20006


This Job Is Ideal for Someone Who Is:
Dependable -- more reliable than spontaneous
Detail-oriented -- would rather focus on the details of work than the bigger picture
Achievement-oriented -- enjoys taking on challenges, even if they might fail
Autonomous/Independent -- enjoys working with little direction