Advertising and Marketing Law Staff Attorney

Job Reference Number: H7RY153225

Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks advertising and marketing law staff attorney with law firm experience and familiarity with advertising and marketing law compliance issues, as well as sweepstakes and promotions work.

The candidate must have excellent written and oral communication skills, and outstanding academic credentials.

With a longtime DC presence, this strong and reputable firm takes an active role in community and pro bono activities. Recognizing the importance of longevity, this firm goes far to preserve its relationship with its associates. What does that mean for the firm employing hundreds of lawyers in a wide variety of practice areas? It means that associates are well trained and a family atmosphere is fostered. The firm is consistently ranked as one of the top 100 firms and generally considered a great place to work.

Skills: Litigation - General/Commercial

If this opportunity is of interest to you, please feel free to contact us.

We would be happy to speak with you about this position and/or review your resume. You can email your resume to jobs@bcgsearch.com for immediate review. We respond to all inquiries the same business day we receive them, and assisting you is our highest priority. Please be assured that submitting your materials to us will be for our internal review only and none of your materials will be forwarded to any employers. Of course, all inquiries are kept strictly confidential.

Washington, D.C.
1629 K ST NW, Suite 300
Washington,D.C. 20006

Phone(202) 955-5585 | Fax (213) 895-7306
Email Jobs@bcgsearch.com 

Antitrust Associate Attorney

Job Reference Number: ZQ8Y153840

Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks antitrust associate attorney with 3+ years of experience. The candidate should have major law firm or government experience. Quantitative background is a plus.

The candidate should have stellar academic credentials.

This AmLaw firm provides it's associates with excellent partners, high quality work, a transparent pay policy, and numerous pro bono opportunities. Attorneys get substantive experience early-on in their careers. There's no billing requirement at this firm, and the work does not overwhelm the associates here. Vacations are very doable, and associates report they aren't bothered during those precious days. The firm has a very collegial atmosphere. According to the associates, firm social life is available, but not expected.

We would be happy to speak with you about this position and/or review your resume. You can email your resume to jobs@bcgsearch.com for immediate review, apply for our internal review by clicking the link below, or call us at the below number. We respond to all inquiries the same business day we receive them, and assisting you is our highest priority. Please be assured that submitting your materials to us will be for our internal review only and none of your materials will be forwarded to any employers. Of course, all inquiries are kept strictly confidential.

Washington, D.C.
1629 K ST NW, Suite 300
Washington,D.C. 20006

Phone(202) 955-5585 | Fax (213) 895-7306
Email Jobs@bcgsearch.com 


Litigation Attorney

Robert Half Company
Washington, D.C.

Business Litigation Firm in Downtown, DC is immediately seeking a project Litigation Attorney. This attorney will support with projects related to breach of contract, tortious interference with a business expectancy, breach of a fiduciary, and duty unjust enrichment. This position will be ongoing and based on a 35 hour work week. The Litigation Attorney will Need 0-3 years of experience and active bar license from MD, DC, or VA. Litigation Attorneys with interest should apply to Raquel Flores at Robert Half Legal today! Resumes should be sent to Raquel.flores@roberthalflegal.com.

Requirements: License in DC, MD, VA. Litigation experience preferred

Located in major North American and global markets, Robert Half Legal is the premier provider of legal staffing and consulting solutions on a full-time, project, and temporary basis, serving both law firms and corporate legal departments. We also provide project and eDiscovery teams and workspace for a wide range of initiatives, including litigation support, mergers and acquisitions and document review matters. Our dedicated teams' industry experience allows us to quickly match skilled legal professionals with the best available jobs. We offer challenging opportunities, competitive compensation and benefits, and skills-enhancement training.

Call your local Robert Half Legal office at 888-490-5592 to discover more about this position.

Law Fellow 

The National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA) seeks to hire a recent law school graduate as a Law Fellow on a full-time basis for a one-year period to begin in the late summer of 2019 through August 31, 2020. No prior legal experience is required. The one-year appointment is not intended to be renewed or extended. The Law Fellow will benefit from broad exposure to the wide variety of issues in the field of higher education law and will be involved in a variety of projects that span the breadth of this practice area. He or she will be assigned research and other projects, including daily reviews of cases and other developments related to higher education law and preparation of corresponding summaries. In addition, he or she will respond to research requests submitted by NACUA members. The Law Fellow will report directly to the Associate Director of Legal Resources but will also receive assignments from other full-time attorneys at NACUA.

The position requires a J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school. The successful candidate must possess superior research, writing and communication skills, the ability to work collegially and collaboratively with members and staff colleagues, the ability to handle multiple and competing priorities with minimal supervision, and a demonstrated interest in higher education law.

The salary for this position is in the low 50s with excellent benefits. Full position description available here. Send resume and letter of interest (both required) to: Holly Peterson, Associate Director of Legal Resources, NACUA, One Dupont Circle, Suite 620, Washington, DC 20036; or by email to: jobs@nacua.org. NO PHONE CALLS. Consideration of applications will begin immediately and will continue until position is filled.

Real Estate Lawyer

Potomac Law Group
Washington, D.C.

Our new model law firm is seeking a commercial real estate transaction attorney with a minimum of 8 years of experience. 
Candidates must have a strong skill set in commercial office and retail leasing representing both landlords and tenants. Ideally a candidate would also have experience in the following areas:  
(1) the acquisition and disposition of commercial real estate projects; 
(2) commercial real estate loan transactions representing both lenders and borrowers; and
(3) real estate development.
*Position could be part-time or full-time.  Most work will be performed remotely in home office.

Contact: Potomac Law Group PLLC
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Suite 700
Washington, DC 20004
Office: (202) 204 3005
Fax: (202) 318-7707
Email: inquiries@potomaclaw.com​

Legal Fellow, Health Justice Alliance

Georgetown University Law Center
Washington, D.C.
The Legal Fellow joins the Health Justice Alliance (HJA), a medical-legal partnership between Georgetown Law Center and Georgetown University Medical Center, which includes a range of inter-professional education, service, and research initiatives designed to address health and justice disparities faced by vulnerable communities. S/he expands the Law Clinic's capacity to meet the demand for its services by providing direct legal services to vulnerable patients and their families that are referred to the Law Clinic by HJA's healthcare partners.

The Legal Fellow also provides consultations in his or her areas of expertise to Law Clinic students and faculty on their own cases. Reporting directly to the HJA Law Clinic Faculty Director and Co-Director, the Legal Fellow has additional duties that include but are not limited to:

Direct Legal Services • Works with the Program Manager to assess incoming referrals and allocate cases. • Conducts legal intakes with patients referred to the HJA Law Clinic at health clinics, patients' homes, or other community locations. • Provides client-centered, trauma-informed full representation, brief services, and advice to patients in the areas of education, housing, family law, public benefits, and other areas of poverty law. • Facilitates referrals for patients to other legal and social services providers when unable to take a patient's case. • Collaborates with healthcare partners to advance client representation. Data & Case Management • Maintains up-to-date, detailed electronic and paper case files. • Records health and legal outcomes of representation in case management system. • Maintains communication with healthcare providers about outcomes of referrals and intakes. Consultation • Provides expert consultation to law students and faculty on their cases, as appropriate. • Provides consultation to healthcare partners on general questions related to patients' legal rights. Partnership & Knowledge Building • Collaborates with other local legal aid providers on systemic issues impacting low-income community members. • Attends local training's & meetings on emerging legal issues of interest to HJA. • Deepens Law Clinic expertise across its practice areas and disseminate resources to faculty and students. • Identifies and tracks bottlenecks in the local systems clients interact with (such as D.C. Medicaid and DC Health).

Qualifications • JD from an accredited law school • At least 3 years of post-J.D. legal experience providing civil legal services to low-income clients in one or more of the following areas: special education, public benefits, housing, family law, and estate/advanced health planning • Current membership in the District of Columbia Bar (if not a member of the D.C. Bar must apply for admission by waiver upon accepting the fellowship offer) • Willingness and ability to work collaboratively with medical students, physicians, and other healthcare providers to address patients' health-harming legal needs and to leverage medical expertise to advance legal advocacy at the individual and community level • Demonstrated commitment to social justice and service to low-income clients • Interest in contributing to the data and other research focused on measuring the impact of medical-legal partnership on health and legal outcomes • Ability to travel between local clinical sites and to meet with clients at locations other than the Law Center • Prior medical-legal partnership, health-related, or mental health-related experience a plus.

To apply, visit https://georgetown.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Georgetown_Admin_Careers/job/Law-Center/Legal-Fellow--Health-Justice-Alliance----Georgetown-University-Law-Center_JR06597

Attorney Vacancy

U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission 
     The mission of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is to protect investors, maintain fair, orderly, and efficient markets, and facilitate capital formation. The Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (OCIE) is hiring attorneys for the Investment Adviser/Investment Company Examination Program with varying level of experience.
Salary Ranges (Salary = Base Pay + Locality)*
SK-11: $74,262 -  $140,909
SK-12: $89,002 -  $168,892
SK-13: $105,841-  $200,831

      The Investment Adviser/Investment Company Examination Program within OCIE is responsible for examining investment advisers, investment companies, and private funds. Specific topics of examinations can include: safety of assets, accuracy of disclosure, conflicts of interests, marketing/performance, quantitative analytics and other asset management priorities as identified by leadership. The Program also works with the policy divisions on investment adviser, private fund, and mutual fund rules.
Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations
     OCIE protects investors through administering the SEC's nationwide examination and inspection program. Examiners in Washington, DC and in the Commission's 11 regional offices conduct examinations of the nation's registered entities, including broker-dealers,
transfer agents, investment advisers, investment companies, private funds, the national securities exchanges, clearing agencies, the nationally recognized statistical rating organizations, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority ("FINRA"), the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board, and the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board. OCIE’s mission is to protect investors, ensure market integrity and support responsible capital formation through risk-focused strategies that: (1) improve compliance; (2) prevent fraud; (3) monitor risk; and (4) inform policy. The examination program plays a critical role in encouraging compliance within the securities industry, which in turn also helps to protect investors and the securities markets generally. 
     Job Details:
     Participate in planning and conducting securities compliance examinations, developing reports of findings, and providing recommendations for examinations.
     Provide advice and technical support for examinations, investigations and enforcement activities.
     Conduct research, review and analyze a variety of documents related to investment adviser, private fund, and mutual fund examinations, and develop recommendations to resolve problems or issues encountered.
     Ability to work both individually and as part of a team.

 Minimum Qualifications:
SK-11: Applicant must possess a J.D. degree and be an active member of the bar in good standing (any jurisdiction).
SK-12: Applicant must possess a J.D. degree and be an active member of the bar in good standing (any jurisdiction). In addition, applicant must have one year post J.D. experience as a practicing attorney OR possess a LLM.
SK-13: Applicant must possess a J.D. degree and be an active member of the bar in good standing (any jurisdiction). In addition, applicant must have two years post J.D. experience as a practicing attorney, one year of which was in the specialty area of the position to be filled and which has equipped the applicant with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to successfully perform the duties of the position OR possess a LLM and have one year post LLM experience as a practicing attorney.

Desired Qualifications:
     Ability to perform compliance examinations of investment advisers, investment companies, and private funds.
     Ability to communicate effectively in writing and orally.
     Submission deadline – Thursday, June 20, 2019. Please send the following documents addressed to “Hiring Committee, Office of Investment Adviser/Investment Company” to OCIE-IAICresumes@sec.gov.
1. Resume
2. Cover letter 
3. Documentation showing that you are an active member of the bar in good standing

Associate General Counsel, Government Contracts

Garrison & Sisson, a Fortune 500 IT Services Company
1627 I Street
Washington, D.C.
Job ID No. 179522
Phone:  202-429-5630

Elite legal department of industry leader seeks to add an Associate General Counsel to its government contracts group. This AGC will support the company’s intelligence business sector and be the subject matter expert on contract matters involving international customers (foreign military sales). While the emphasis is on federal procurement transactions, the AGC will also be exposed to a wide range of complex issues at the prime and subcontract level, provide risk reviews, assist occasionally on complex disputes or bid protests, and handle one-off legal department initiatives as needed. Accordingly, our client requires a minimum of eight years’ prior experience in government contracts procurement (contract review, structuring and advising), handling disputes with primes and subs, bid protests and compliance reviews, as well as strong knowledge of the FAR, DFARS, and other federal procurement regulations (e.g., SCA, OCI, T&Cs, etc.). 

Ideal Profile: A government contracts counsel currently employed by a defense contractor (with prior training as an associate in an AmLaw 200 firm) who possesses an active security clearance; however, our client will also consider an attorney currently practicing in a well-regarded government contracts practice at a firm which represents defense and intelligence industry sector clients (the ability to obtain a security clearance is essential though).

Selling Points: This 10-attorney government contracts group is close-knit and takes a team approach to many of the matters under its portfolio. Our firm has worked closely with this favorite corporate client for many years and has placed 20+ attorneys with them, including many members of this team. The work is complex, diverse and novel but performed in an entrepreneurial environment that supports innovation and best practices. Attorneys work predictable and reasonable hours and telecommuting one day a week (once successfully integrated) is common. We believe this is an excellent opportunity to be part of a high quality (and highly selective) organization with a commitment to professional development and skill enhancement that is equal to other top “best places to work” award recipients.  
Local candidates only, please.

Environmental Attorney - InHouse

TEMPORARY/FULL-TIME:  Exciting opportunity for an environmental attorney. A company in Washington, DC is looking for an attorney to assist with its environmental activities. Responsibilities include work with CERCLA and environmental site management, coordinating with both outside counsel and internal environmental managers.
     Required experience:
1.  Experience reviewing and commenting on remedial investigations, feasibility studies and technical reports
2. Experience with legal issues involving CERCLA enforcement, including allocation and challenges to agency action
3.  Experience with remediation technologies related to river sediment and groundwater.
     Work must be done on site in Washington, D.C.   This is a temporary position that is expected to last three to six months.   It may go longer and may even become permanent.
     If you are interested, please submit your resume and hourly rate request DIRECTLY to Alisa M. Austin, Esq. at AAustin@AssignedCounsel.com. 

Staff Counsel

Verizon Communications Inc.
Washington, D.C.

Duties : Will support the Customer Experience and Transformation group by providing legal advice and counsel taking into account consumer law, regulatory, privacy, antitrust, employment and information security issues. Advise group on operational issues, and lead training and compliance efforts. Provide legal guidance during development of internal systems used by the digital, sales and support channels, including with respect to information security and privacy. Monitor and provide legal guidance on sales practices and customer experience, including assisting teams who address customer complaints and billing issues. Provide legal support on systems issues to sales and technical support centers. Contribute to the continued development of digital marketing, sales and support channels, and mobile applications. Review and revise methods and procedures that apply across groups within Verizon Consumer Markets to minimize legal risk. Support compliance with regulatory requirements.

Qualification and Experience
Requirements : The candidate should have JD degree and 6+ years of relevant work experience. Bar membership and needed licenses. Master’s degree. Eligibility for limited In-House Counsel Licensure for New Jersey or Virginia. Capability to be a self-starter and ability to work independently. Experience in marketing, point of sales systems, and/or app usage and development. Strong written and oral communication skills.

Hiring Coordinator
Verizon Communications Inc.
1725 Desales Street NW
Suite 1200
Washington, DC 20036

Senior Legal Advisor

Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids
Washington, D.C.

The Global Health Advocacy Incubator (GHAI), a program of the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids (CTFK), provides strategic advocacy assistance on global public health issues to drive policy change campaigns around the globe to improve health. As part of the Obesity Prevention Program (OPP), GHAI works with partners to improve the nutrition policy environment, in countries including Barbados, Brazil, Colombia, Jamaica, Mexico and South Africa. The OPP focuses on the passage and implementation of four key policies:

Banning advertising of junk food and sugary beverages to children;
Implementing taxes on sugar-sweetened beverages;
Regulating the supply of unhealthy foods and beverages in public sector institutions, particularly schools; and
Improving front of package labelling on packaged or processed foods and beverages.

POSITION OVERVIEW

GHAI seeks a Senior Legal Advisor to support Obesity Prevention Program activities in Colombia and in Mexico; the two country programs have been underway for several years now and continue to grow in scope and depth. The Senior Legal Advisor will work closely with the GHAI headquarters team and with local partners, who are carrying out advocacy campaigns and/or legal efforts focused on the above mentioned nutrition policies. This position will report to the GHAI Vice President leading the Obesity Prevention Program.

Primary responsibilities will be to coordinate and support legal analyses and work undertaken by local partners on the ground in the two countries, including analysis of legislation, regulations, and litigation at the national, regional and international levels, as well as conducting research relevant to non-communicable disease policies (for example, related to fiscal policy or product labeling standards). The scope of legal work and programmatic support may also include issues related to regulatory practices, consumer protection, corporate accountability, and transparency in government.

This position is based in Washington, DC and is open to U.S. citizens and other applicants who already possess U.S. work authorization.

RESPONSIBILITIES
The Senior Legal Advisor will work closely with the OPP team to develop and implement strategies to support the law-related advocacy efforts of GHAI and its partners in Colombia and Mexico.

Key areas of focus for the position include: 
Develop and track legal elements and legal activities as an integrated part of an overall advocacy strategy for policy change at the country level; provide strategic direction and project coordination support for legal work in the two countries.
Assist with identification and oversight of country-level and international legal specialists.
Provide legal analyses of legislation, regulations, and other initiatives at the national and/or subnational level.
Support and coordinate efforts undertaken by country-level legal teams, including gathering of evidence and background research.
Support in-country litigation involving public health and public interest issues.
Develop and coordinate capacity building activities for lawyers, including workshops and webinars, as needed.
Develop resource materials and tools relevant to advancing policy.

Qualifications:
Juris Doctor Degree (or the equivalent first-level legal degree).
Seven to ten years of relevant legal, legislative and international experience working on public health or broader business issues relevant to the Obesity Prevention Program.
Knowledge of and experience in using legal analysis to advance policy change objectives.
Experience working with NGOs and public interest groups on public policy initiatives.
Experience with legal and policy issues related to regulatory practices, consumer protection, corporate accountability or transparency in government would be a plus.
Excellent analytical skills and legal writing and research ability.
Demonstrated excellence in communication and in working with people from diverse cultures and countries; prior work experience in Colombia or Mexico would be a plus.
Ability to work in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment while juggling and coordinating multiple projects and deadlines.
Ability to take initiative and work independently with only minimal supervision.
Ability to travel internationally up to 25%.
Fluency in English and in Spanish is required, both written and oral.

TO APPLY
To apply for this position, please email a cover letter and resume and salary requirement to: jobs@tobaccofreekids.org. Please reference the position code: SLA/GHAI/14 in the subject line of your email. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. No phone calls please.

Labor and Employment Law Associate 

Berry & Berry, PLLC 
Reston, VA

Labor and Employment Associate Wanted (entry level to 3 years of employment/labor law and/or litigation experience) for employment, national security and retirement law firm in Northern Virginia. Virginia Bar (preferred) and/or DC Bar. Qualified candidate will assist firm partners, be responsible for her/his own case load, and is expected to work independently with moderate supervision. Competitive benefits, including health, dental, and SIMPLE IRA.  Salary commensurate with experience.


Submit cover letter, resume, and current writing sample to: Kimberly H. Berry, Esq., Managing Partner, Berry & Berry, PLLC, by electronic mail only to careers@berrylegal.com. No telephone calls, please.

Berry & Berry is a labor and employment law firm that practices nationwide in the areas of employment law, national security law, federal retirement law and civil rights law.

Deputy Policy Director

Democratic Attorneys General Association (DAGA)
Washington, DC (Logan Circle area)

DAGA is looking for a DEPUTY POLICY DIRECTOR who will support the policy work of Democratic Attorneys General throughout the country. The Deputy Policy Director will report to the Policy Director and advise on key progressive policy issue areas such as reproductive rights, workers’ rights, healthcare, consumer protection, immigration, and environmental issues.

Duties and Responsibilities

Support long term progressive policy goals of DAGA in support of Democratic Attorneys general throughout the country
Deepen relationships with existing partners and build new relationships with other organizations to collaborate and further the strategic programmatic initiates in priority issue areas
Track actions taken by Attorneys General, closely monitor legislation at the state and federal level
Support quarterly policy conferences, including organizing and managing policy panels
Provide effective policy support internally to other members of the DAGA team, including reviewing materials for accuracy

Qualifications:
The ideal candidate will have:
Advanced degree required, JD preferred
Prior experience working for a Member of Congress, on a Congressional committee, or in the Office of a (state) Attorney General
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, additional fluency in a language other than English is highly desired
Demonstrated ability to think strategically and develop and meet goals in a fast-paced environment under tight deadlines
Strong record of advocating for progressive values
Detail-oriented with the ability to maintain confidential information, knowledge of current events
Humor, initiative, and openness to evolving responsibilities

About the Democratic Attorneys General Association (DAGA)

The Democratic Attorneys General Association (DAGA) is the only national organization solely dedicated to supporting and electing Democrats to the Office of Attorney General. Our mission is to support and elect leaders into the state Office of Attorney General who will stand for justice, equality, and opportunity for all those living and working in America. We also educate the public on the important work Democratic Attorneys General do by serving as the People’s lawyers: creating opportunities for hard-working students and families, defending the rights of immigrant families and children, protecting access to affordable and quality healthcare, preserving reproductive rights, safeguarding environmental protections, and promoting equality.

To Apply: Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Please review application instructions on www.DemocraticAGs.org/careers-deputy-policy-director/

DAGA is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other characteristic protected by law. Diverse candidates, including women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply.

Education: Master's (Preferred)

Benefits offered:
Paid time off
Parental leave
Health insurance
Dental insurance
Other types of insurance
Retirement benefits or accounts
Commuting/travel assistance

Contact: Jobs@DemocraticAGs.org

Mail: PO Box 34445, Washington DC 20005





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