Real Estate Attorneys
Akerman LLP
Washington, D.C. or Hawthorne, Calif.

Real Estate Attorneys with 10+ years of experience in complex commercial real estate transactions, including, but not limited to, experience in acquisition and sales transactions and land use and development, particularly in the homebuilder industry. Experience representing developers of residential subdivisions, mixed use projects, and apartment projects is required. The successful candidate will have a thorough knowledge of real estate acquisition and sale transactions, development and building issues, contract administration and closing work, title insurance, survey, due diligence process, and closing requirements, all as applied to commercial real estate development and transactions. We are seeking candidates with the ability to work well with others in a high pressure environment, who have strong written and oral communication skills, are proactive and detail-oriented. This position can be located in any Akerman office location and/or potentially be remote. Must possess a Juris Doctor degree from an ABA accredited law school and be a member of the Pennsylvania, Virginia, and/or Maryland (together with the District of Columbia) bars.

Here is the link to apply:

Corporate Finance Attorney -- Jr. Partner/Counsel/Sr. Associate
Miles & Stockbridge
Washington, D.C., and Baltimore

Miles & Stockbridge, a Mid-Atlantic based Am Law 200 firm, is seeking an attorney with at least eight (8) years of experience to join their highly regarded corporate finance team.  Ideal candidate will have experience in complex debt transactions, including acquisition financings, first and second lien facilities, mezzanine loans, asset-based credit facilities, cash flow deals, and leveraged finance transactions involving private equity sponsors and large corporate borrowers.

Successful candidate will be a high performer who has in-depth understanding of company financial statements and financial covenants; demonstrates superior written, oral, and interpersonal skills; is organized, diligent and detail-oriented; and demonstrates an ability to work independently and productively in a first-chair role. Large firm or finance boutique experience preferred.  Title, hours and location are flexible.  Washington D.C., Maryland, and/or Virginia bar preferred.

Miles & Stockbridge is committed to cultivating an environment that embraces and promotes diversity as a fundamental value. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.  All resumes will be held in the strictest confidence and should be emailed to Andrea Korphage at 

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, as a condition of employment, Miles & Stockbridge P.C. requires all employees to be fully vaccinated. An employee is considered fully vaccinated two weeks after receiving the second dose of a two-dose COVID-19 vaccine or one week after receiving a single-dose COVID-19 vaccine. All newly hired employees will be required to provide proof of vaccination.
Here is the link to apply:
For more information: Please email

Senior Attorney, International Energy Transition
Washington, D.C. and San Francisco

Earthjustice is accepting applications for a senior attorney position to join our growing team of lawyers working to advance clean energy solutions and speed the transition away from dirty fossil fuels in key countries around the world. The attorney will focus on work with foreign and international nongovernmental organizations and institutions to develop regulatory frameworks for – and to remove obstacles to – the accelerated deployment of clean energy.  The attorney will also work on a range of cases challenging fossil energy plants and projects in select countries.

Founded in 1971, Earthjustice has a long track record of success in partnering across borders to use US, foreign, and international law to protect the global environment. Drawing on deep experience in foreign, US and international environmental, energy and human rights law, and foreign and international litigation, we work with partners in Africa, Indonesia, Australia, Latin America and elsewhere on domestic and international legal advocacy to reduce dependence on dirty fossil fuels and speed the transition to clean energy.

The position will be part of our International Program, which is based in San Francisco, CA, and will collaborate closely with our Washington DC-based Clean Energy Program. For that reason, it is our strong preference that the position be based in San Francisco or Washington, DC, but another location may be considered in exceptional circumstances.

Collaborate with foreign partners and allies, and with Earthjustice colleagues, to develop and implement legal advocacy, capacity building and litigation strategies to support international clean energy and other program goals.
 Build and maintain collaborative relationships with foreign and US allies, co-counsel, clients and coalition partners in support of program goals.
 Serve as spokesperson for International Program and for Earthjustice.
 Supervise the work of associate attorneys, clerks and interns.
 Work effectively with other departments within Earthjustice, including Communications and Development.

Juris Doctorate (JD) degree or equivalent non-US law degree.
 A minimum of six years of litigation or legal advocacy experience, as well as a demonstrated capacity to contribute to the development of government policies or regulations.
 Licensed to practice law in the US jurisdiction in which the attorney will be located, or a willingness and qualifications to apply for membership within one year of employment.
 Excellent litigation or legal advocacy skills, including legal research, writing and oral advocacy skills.
 Experience in clean energy and energy transition issues, and knowledge of foreign energy or environmental law.
 Proficiency in working with technical experts.
 Experience working in cross-cultural settings.
 Initiative, good judgment, and a strong work ethic.
 Ability to work independently and in collaboration with clients, partners and staff.
 Ability to develop and maintain partnerships with community-based or other grassroots groups.
 Ability and willingness to travel internationally as needed.
 Commitment to serving the public interest.
 Demonstrated awareness of and sensitivity to the needs and concerns of individuals from diverse and non-US cultures, backgrounds and orientations.
 Commitment to help create a diverse, equitable and inclusive workforce and culture that encourages and celebrates differences.

The ideal candidate will also have substantial experience working in another country and professional fluency in a foreign language.

Salary is based on number of years of litigation experience and location.
Salary range in San Francisco, CA: $159,100+ 
Salary range in Washington, DC: $151,100+

For litigators and advocates committed to saving the planet and the people who depend on it, Senior Attorney at Earthjustice is the best job on the planet. Learn more about our Senior Attorney careers and work online here:

We offer a mission- and employee-focused work environment and a competitive compensation package, including excellent benefits. Earthjustice is an equal opportunity employer and highly values diversity.

Interested candidates should submit the following via Jobvite:
One- or two-page cover letter that addresses

(1) why you are drawn to Earthjustice’s mission and utilizing litigation to achieve that mission; and
(2) aspects of your background that demonstrate competence to work with diverse clients and colleagues

Two legal writing samples 
List of three professional references

Here is the link to apply:

Litigation Associate Attorney
BCG Attorney Search
Washington, DC

Job ID FD8P236880

Washington, D.C. office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks a litigation associate attorney with 8 years of experience. The candidate must have experience with all aspects of commercial litigation, including drafting and responding to complaints, discovery, motion practice, trials, and appeals. Large or mid-size firm background experience is desirable. Should have mid to large firm training, clerk experience, or other comparable business litigation experience.

Specializing in technologies, this firm is focused on achieving the best possible results in a timely manner. The firm practices in areas of antitrust and competition, patent litigation, commercial and individual matters, trademarks and copyrights, strategy and planning, portfolio management, and matters in the business sector. Years of experience managing, trying, and resolving complex disputes allow the attorneys to bring strategic perspective and professional advice to businesses. The talented attorneys bring creativity and innovative thinking to every strategy. Integrating the newest technology allows the firm to provide the highest quality of service.

Job Reference ID:  REF10066D

Here is the link to apply:

Private Clients Department Attorney
Nixon Peabody
Washington, D.C. and elsewhere

Job ID:  3477
At Nixon Peabody, our priority is to attract, retain, and promote talented individuals from a wide range of racial, ethnic, social, economic, religious, and personal backgrounds, genders and sexual orientations. Therefore, we encourage talented individuals with diverse backgrounds and experiences to apply.

Our nationally recognized Private Clients lawyers partner with individuals, families and business owners to craft their estate plans and achieve their wealth management goals. The team develops and implements practical planning solutions geared to protect our clients, minimize taxes and preserve businesses and wealth through multiple generations. Please visit our website to learn more about who we are and what we do:

A career at Nixon Peabody is the opportunity to do work that matters. It’s a chance to use your knowledge to shape what’s ahead.  To share, to innovate, to learn at a firm that taps the power of collective thinking.

Location: Albany, NY; Boston, MA; Buffalo, NY; Chicago, IL; Jericho, NY; Los Angeles, CA; Manchester, NH; New York, NY; Providence, RI; Rochester, NY; San Francisco, CA; Washington, DC; Remote, United States

Job Requirements:
Our Private Clients Practice Group is seeking to hire a non-partner track Department Attorney with at least five years of experience. Location is flexible.

The primary responsibilities for this position will be estate and trust administration, including managing New York State Surrogate Court filings in connection with the probate of estates and settlement of trusts, preparation of state and federal estate tax returns, and preparation of estate and trust accountings.  The ideal candidate will have experience representing high net worth individuals, and extensive experience with trust and estate administration.  An L.L.M. degree is a plus. 

Specific Responsibilities Include:
Assist with all aspects of the administration of estates.  
Preparation of probate documents and miscellaneous court documents relating to probate court administration of estates and trusts.
Communication (in person, by telephone and in writing) with clients to obtain information required for probate and estate administration; communication with banks, businesses, insurance companies, brokerage firms, and others to collect asset information or information to collect assets and/or liquidate assets.
Preparation and transmittal of all necessary papers to transfer securities.
Preparation and filing of claims for insurance proceeds and death benefits.
Preparation and allowance of accounts in the probate court; preparation of trust accountings.
Preparation of federal and state estate tax returns. 
Opening and closing estate accounts.  
Other responsibilities as client needs dictate.

Job Requirements:
Experience in probate matters, including drafting petitions and settlement of accounts.
Experience preparing federal and state estate tax returns.
Experience with trust administration, including the calculation and funding of trust shares.
Working knowledge of fiduciary income tax.
Excellent organizational, communication, analytical and critical thinking skills.
Ability to work independently, plan and take the initiative to accomplish objectives in a timely manner.
Client service skills and ability to manage projects and handle multiple competing priorities.   

Here is the link to apply: ​

Associate General Counsel for Technology Law
General Services Administration
Washington, D.C.

$135,468/yr - $194,020/yr

The Associate General Counsel for Technology Law is responsible for managing and overseeing the planning, developing, and coordinating of all legal functions and activities and providing legal services and advice pertaining to: Cybersecurity Directives, Federal Information Processing Standards, Fiscal Law, FISMA, FOIA, Intellectual Property, IT Security Policies, NIST standards, Privacy Act, Standards of Ethics Conduct for Employees of the Executive Branch, and other matters involving compliance with technology related laws, regulations, standards, and legal policy matters. The incumbent brings to the attention of the General Counsel those matters which are highly controversial in nature or involve policy interpretations. The incumbent of this position reports to the General Counsel of GSA and may also receive direction from the Deputy General Counsel. 

Provides day-to-day guidance and direction to programs of the Office of the General Counsel with respect to technology compliance matters.
Reviews and approves matters which go to the General Counsel for approval. Reviews such other work of the legal staff which may involve complex or difficult questions of law or policy for which no precedent has been established or that concern legal matters of an unusual or novel nature.
Provides technical support and assistance to the regional divisions of the Office of the General Counsel on matters related to the assigned program areas. Provides day-to-day legal support services for Heads of Services and Staff Offices of GSA.
Confers with private parties or their attorneys and other Government agencies on legal questions pertaining to GSA activities.
Formulates and recommends to the General Counsel plans, policies and operating methods which will provide effective resolution of disputes in matters that impact the agency's use of technology. Recommends the need for new or revised legislation, Executive Orders and regulatory material.
Responsible for furthering the agency’s Equal Employment Opportunity program within the Technology Law Division, assuring equal opportunity in recruitment, selection, promotion, training, awards, assignments and special program objectives.

The base salary for this vacancy starts at $135,468 per year.
Current SES members whose salary equals or exceeds the maximum advertised salary for this vacancy ($194,020), will not lose pay if appointed to this position.

Resume-based hiring method.
Resume must not exceed 5 pages, including optional cover letter.
All application materials must be received by the closing date.
Veterans preference is not applicable to the SES.
Applicants must be U.S. Citizens.
Apply online (See 'How to Apply' section).
Declaration for Federal Employment required if tentatively selected.

Conditions of Employment:
This position is a critical-sensitive national security position and appointment requires that you undergo a single scope background investigation and that the GSA security office grants you a Top Secret national security clearance. Applicants do not need this level of clearance in order to apply. If you are not a GSA employee, the security office must grant the clearance before you are appointed to this position unless a pre-appointment waiver of this requirement is approved.
Male applicants born after December 31, 1959 will be required to complete a certification document confirming their selective service status.
Persons selected for their initial appointment to an SES position must have their executive qualifications approved by the Office of Personnel Management before being appointed to the position.
If selected, you will be required to serve a one-year probationary period unless you have previously successfully completed a one-year probationary period in the Senior Executive Service.
If selected, you must file a Public Financial Disclosure Report (OGE Form 278) upon appointment in accordance with the Ethics in Government Act of 1978.
This position has been designated under Executive Order 12564 as being subject to random drug screening. If tentatively selected for this position, you maybe required to submit to a urinalysis screen for illegal drugs prior to appointment. Appointment will be contingent upon your receiving a negative test result.

All applicants must meet the Mandatory Technical and Executive Core Qualification requirements listed below to be eligible for consideration. Eligibility will be based on a clear demonstration that the applicant's training and experience are of the scope, quality and level of responsibility sufficient to successfully perform the duties and responsibilities of this executive position.
Your resume must show possession of the Executive Core Qualifications (ECQ's) listed below but must not address the ECQ’s through separate narrative responses.
You must submit a supplemental statement that separately addresses the Mandatory Technical Competencies (MTC's) listed below. Your resume should also corroborate your possession of the MTC's.
Your application will not be considered if you fail to submit this supplemental statement.
Please see the "Required Documents" section in the USA jobs posting for complete instructions on the content and format of your application package.

Demonstrated experience providing legal services in the area of technology law and other matters involving compliance with technology-related standards, regulations and policies; Also, demonstrated experience providing legal services in support of technology innovation. 
Demonstrated experience in managing, supervising and leading a team of attorneys, including recruiting legal talent; overseeing handling of complex issues with legal and policy implications; tending to the unique professional development requirements of legal professionals; and handling personnel, performance and resource issues associated with managing a legal practice. 

Leading Change -This core qualification involves the ability to bring about strategic change, both within and outside the organization, to meet organizational goals. Inherent to this ECQ is the ability to establish an organizational vision and to implement it in a continuously changing environment.
Leading People -This core qualification involves the ability to lead people toward meeting the organization's vision, mission, and goals. Inherent to this ECQ is the ability to provide an inclusive workplace that fosters the development of others, facilitates cooperation and teamwork, and supports constructive resolution of conflicts.
Results Driven -This core qualification involves the ability to meet organizational goals and customer expectations. Inherent to this ECQ is the ability to make decisions that produce high-quality results by applying technical knowledge, analyzing problems, and calculating risks.
Business Acumen -This core qualification involves the ability to manage human, financial, and information resources strategically.
Building Coalitions -This core qualification involves the ability to build coalitions internally and with other Federal agencies, State and local governments, nonprofit and private sector organizations, foreign governments, or international organizations to achieve common goals.

For guidance on how to address the ECQ's in context of your resume, please refer to page 29 of the "Guide to SES Qualifications" at “

Here is the link to apply:

Associate General Counsel, Product
Washington, D.C.

Meta seeks a highly motivated and experienced team player to serve as Associate General Counsel supporting a number of teams responsible for Instagram growth, privacy, and security, and managing Instagram’s terms and policies and compliance initiatives. This is a great opportunity to join a growing legal team and to work on novel issues in an exciting, fast-paced environment.

Associate General Counsel, Product Responsibilities:
Advise on and drive legal strategy for Instagram growth, privacy, security, key terms and policies, and compliance initiatives
Review Instagram features and business initiatives to provide practical legal risk mitigation strategies across multiple jurisdictions
Build, manage, and mentor a team of experienced attorneys and legal professionals
Work cross-functionally with Meta’s legal, business, and product teams
Coordinate with privacy, public policy, communications, product management, engineering, product marketing and other cross-functional teams on product development

Minimum Qualifications:
J.D. degree and membership in at least one US state bar
8+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm or in-house experience (applicable product counseling, regulatory, litigation, and/or compliance experience)
Managerial experience
Experience working with and leading cross-functional teams

Preferred Qualifications:
Experience advising clients on risk mitigation across technology product platforms
Experience working on product counseling, regulatory, litigation, and compliance matters
Experience in youth security, integrity, intermediary liability, competition, and terms and policies
Experience working on privacy legal issues and privacy counseling

Here is the link to apply:

Counsel, Grocery, Retail and Alcohol Delivery
Washington, D.C.; New York, Dallas, Chicago, San Francisco, Seattle

We're looking for an exceptional attorney to support several of Uber's biggest growth delivery businesses, from Grocery, Retail and Alcohol, to other New Verticals and Direct (white label) delivery. The Delivery Legal team tackles novel product development challenges, offering strategic counsel to Product, Engineering and Operations teams as new features, entire lines of business, and critical partner integrations are introduced on the Uber platform, in addition to driving commercial negotiations that unlock a wide variety of Delivery partnerships. 

This unique role offers an opportunity to shape Uber's efforts to affordably, reliably, and safely deliver all of life's necessary and exciting items - if you're passionate about transforming local commerce, come and join this bold team.
This position can be based in any of our regional hubs - New York, NY, Washington, D.C., San Francisco, CA, Chicago, IL, Seattle, WA, or Dallas, TX.
What You'll Do

Serve as a front-line attorney advising Uber's dynamic product managers, engineers, deal makers, designers, analysts, and operations specialists who develop, launch, and constantly improve the technology that powers the Uber Delivery platform.
Negotiate commercial agreements that form the partnerships and frameworks vital to delivering innovative delivering products.
Draft master framework, master services, promotional, and licensing agreements, terms and conditions, FAQs, legal disclaimers, and other policies governing the use of Uber products and services, all with a full-view integration of risk and legal controls.
Be an active and trusted business partner, providing timely, actionable advice to the Delivery business.
Understand, interpret and apply current laws and regulations to Uber's business models, resolving a wide-range of issues, including consumer protection, privacy, data security, transactional and commercial law, litigation risk, intellectual property, licensing, and antitrust.
Provide critical and proactive legal and strategic feedback on a wide range of sophisticated issues. It's our job to peer around corners for the business and ensure that we are well-positioned for the future.
Build policies and practices to ensure consistent implementation of legal guidance.
Be a strong communicator and collaborator to effectively support a high-performing, diverse team and outside counsel to achieve our legal and regulatory priorities.

Basic Qualifications:
Minimum of 4 years legal experience
Private practice, government, and/or in-house experience.
J.D. and license to practice law in at least one state.
Experience with reviewing, drafting and negotiating a variety of commercial agreements.

Preferred Qualifications:
Minimum of 6+ years of legal experience
Strong team orientation, with confidence and flexibility to perform in forward-thinking, constantly evolving and growing environments.
Collaborative approach with both business and legal groups, with strong ability to establish relationships, gain credibility, and partner with team members.
Experience comparing and contrasting regulations in multiple global markets.
Outstanding analytical and legal skills, mature judgment, and innovative thinking.
Ability to translate sophisticated legal issues and ambiguity into clear and advice, to communicate optimally with colleagues, and to collaborate with a broad range of senior business managers, executives and other colleagues and professionals across our company.
History of driving efficient and strategic use of resources, including technical groups, in-house counsel, vendors, and external counsel.
Passionate about your work and a desire to have a big impact.
Embody the highest standards of integrity, ethics and accountability.
Passion about Uber and our mission!

Here is the link to apply:

Senior Counsel - Government Contracting
Washington, D.C.; Richmond, Va.; Atlanta, Ga. and Irving, Texas=
job requisition ID: JR0064587

McKesson requires new employees to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 as defined by the CDC, subject to applicable, verified accommodation requests.

McKesson’s General Counsel Organization (GCO) works collaboratively with our business teams and other members of the GCO to help the Company improve health outcomes for all.  McKesson is one of the largest government contractors with contracts with virtually all federal agencies involved in healthcare.  McKesson has played a key role in supporting the government’s efforts to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.

Position Description:
McKesson seeks an experienced government contracts attorney with four to six years of law firm or in-house (company or government) legal experience supporting contracting with the federal government. This role will report to a McKesson Lead Counsel, Government Contracting and primarily support the McKesson Medical Surgical supplies business unit.

Primary responsibilities:
Provide legal support for McKesson’s pursuit and performance of federal, state, and local government contracts;
Develop close working relationship with business stakeholders to facilitate efficient and effective review of solicitations and preparation of proposals;
Work directly with business leaders and other members of the GCO to identify and address risks and issues raised by contracting with the government;
Represent McKesson in engagements with government attorneys and contracting professionals;
Collaborate with other attorneys and members of the GCO and business teams that engage with government customers to advise, develop and implement appropriate compliance processes and controls that appropriately address government contracting requirements;
Serves as a legal advisor to business unit leaders on a wide array of topics relating to segment needs, including legal risk mitigation, customer management, strategic initiatives and compliance programs;
Experience with Federal Supply Schedules (GSA and VA) and bid protests preferred; and
Experience with the healthcare industry or other areas of federal oversight are desired

Minimum Qualifications:
Juris Doctor Degree and a member in a State bar.

Critical Skills:
Knowledge of federal, state, and local government contracting rules
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Ability to provide sound, clear legal advice within the company, including senior business executives
Ability to adapt communication style depending on the recipient’s level of sophistication about legal issues
Comfortable working on multiple projects concurrently
Business acumen dealing with risk management and organizational savvy
Ability to work closely with, facilitate interactions within, and influence large cross-functional teams (including representatives from other areas of the General Counsel Organization regulatory and compliance professionals, sales professionals and operations managers)
Must be a team player who can develop strong working relationships and work collaboratively with internal clients and other members of the legal team

Here is the link to apply:

Attorney Adviser (Transportation)
Surface Transportation Board
Washington, D.C.

The individual serves as an Attorney-Adviser, GS-0905, in the Office of Proceedings which has primary responsibility for drafting decisions and developing the public record in formal proceedings. The full performance grade level is a GS-15. The hiring official may select at any grade level from GS-11 through GS-15.

The major duties of this position are researching and drafting decisions in formal proceedings before the Board.

The Board adjudicates, among others, the following types of proceedings: complaints of unreasonable railroad rates or practices; declaratory orders; licensing of rail line constructions, acquisitions, or abandonments; railroad mergers or acquisitions; and proceedings under the Board's limited jurisdiction over motor carriers, water carriage in the noncontiguous domestic trade, and certain pipelines.

In preparing draft decisions, the selected attorneys will review the record before the agency and apply the relevant statutes, regulations, policies, and case law. Board decisions include summaries of relevant evidence, analysis of salient legal issues, and findings of fact, conclusions of law, and determinations of actions to be taken by the Board. The selected attorneys will lead meetings with staff from other offices within the Board to develop recommendations for resolving Board proceedings, lead briefings of the Board members to present staff recommendations, and draft legal memoranda, correspondence, or other materials as assigned. Help

All qualification requirements must be met by 10/20/2022. Your application package will not receive consideration if it lacks any of the required documents under the "Required Documents" tab. Trial Period: Two-year trial period may be required.

The Office of Personnel Management has not issued qualification standards for attorney positions. However, successful candidates must possess the following minimum qualifications before the closing date of this posting:

A professional law degree (LL.B, J.D., LL.M.) from a law school accredited by the American Bar Association (ABA);
Current membership in good standing of the bar of a state or territory of the United States or the District of Columbia. Proof of bar membership will be required before entering on duty.

All candidates being considered must demonstrate through their application documents: excellent research and writing skills, incisive legal analytical ability, strong oral advocacy and presentation skills.

GS-11 candidates must possess their first professional law degree and a record of the first professional law degree demonstrating superior law student work or activities (e.g., superior academic standing, significant achievement in law school activities, or other equivalent evidence of clearly superior achievement i.e., law clerk experience or work experience significant to law school of record).

GS-12 candidates must have one year of professional legal experience: analyzing statutes, regulations, and decisional law, and presenting those analyses and relevant legal or policy issues for decision. Federal clerkships count towards creditable experience.

GS-13 candidates must have two years of professional legal experience: analyzing statutes, regulations, and decisional law, and presenting those analyses and relevant legal or policy issues for decision and resolving disputes. Federal clerkships count towards creditable experience.

GS-14 candidates must have three years of professional legal experience: analyzing statutes, regulations, and decisional law; presenting those analyses and relevant legal or policy issues for decision; resolving disputes, and must possess a legal background in transportation, economics, administrative law, or government regulation. Federal clerkships count towards creditable experience.

GS-15 candidates must have four years of professional legal experience: analyzing statutes, regulations, and decisional law, and presenting those analyses and relevant legal or policy issues for decision and resolving disputes in support of an efficient, competitive, and economically viable surface transportation network. Candidates at this level will also have experience providing advice on complex technical issues concerning rail transportation. Federal clerkships count towards creditable experience.

A writing sample is to be submitted with application package.

You MUST provide transcripts or other documentation to support your educational claims. Unless otherwise stated: (1) unofficial transcripts are acceptable, or (2) you may submit a list with all of your courses, grades, semester, year, and credit for the course. All materials must be submitted by the closing date of the announcement.

Foreign Education: If you are using education completed in foreign colleges or universities to meet the qualification requirements, you must show that the education credentials have been evaluated by a private organization that specializes in interpretation of foreign education programs and such education has been deemed equivalent to that gained in an accredited U.S. education program; or full credit has been given for the courses at U.S. accredited college or university. For further information visit:

Additional information
This position is eligible for telework in accordance with STB's telework policy.

Here is the link to apply:​

Conflicts Attorney
Shearman & Sterling, LLP
Washington, D.C.

The Conflicts Attorney is responsible for assisting with the review, identification and resolution of potential conflicts issues with respect to clients, matters, new business and incoming lawyers firm wide. The Conflicts Attorney will actively follow-up on conflicts clearance with all responsible parties handling new engagements, and will conduct thorough, daily reviews of firm conflicts of interest reports, resolving any identified issues on a timely basis. The Conflicts Attorney reports to the Manager, Conflicts Analysis and works closely with all members of the Conflicts and New Business Intake Department as well as the firm’s Conflicts & Ethics Committee.

Key Responsibilities
· Review and provide thorough and timely analysis of all firm new business in order to identify ethical and business conflicts of interest
· Utilize available internal and external databases, communication with Partners, other lawyers and business services colleagues to follow up on and resolve all potential conflicts of interest
· See all conflicts of interest issues through to final resolution including drafting of waivers, engagement letters or other documentation for Partner review and/or submission to clients
· Proactively communicate with members of Ethics & Conflicts Committee on complex conflicts questions and other compliance issues
· Maintain thorough, accurate and current records of all conflicts resolutions in database to ensure integrity of the database and assist in identification and clearing of future conflicts of interest
· Investigate and resolve erroneous, outdated or otherwise incomplete data on conflicts reports and ensure corrections are made in database and other records to ensure integrity of information
· Serve as a resource to the firm’s Conflicts and New Business Intake Analysts and Assistants in order to assist in timely and accurate preparation of conflicts reports
· Assist firm Legal Administrative Assistants, lawyers and business services staff in understanding the firm’s new matter intake, conflicts, Anti Money Laundering, and other compliance procedures
· Work with firm business development professionals on pitches and other business initiatives as needed
· Stay current with recent research and thinking on ethics and conflicts best practices and rules across jurisdictions in which the firm has offices. Maintain a sophisticated, relevant base of knowledge in these areas

Knowledge, Skills & Attributes
· Outstanding interpersonal skills and capability to work effectively with people at all levels of the organization in various functions and locations
· Excellent written and spoken communication skills
· Demonstrated ability to make recommendations to effectively resolve problems or issues by using judgment that is consistent with standards, practices, policies, procedures, regulation or government law
· Exceptional tact, diligence, and analytical rigor
· Comfortable and conversant with technology
· Able to effectively collaborate or work autonomously as appropriate
· Able to effectively coach colleagues who are not direct reports

Education & Experience
· Bachelor’s and Juris Doctorate degrees
· Active Bar Membership in the employee’s state of residence
· Minimum two years’ of Conflicts or related experience, preferably in a large law firm

$89.9K - $114K a year is Indeed's estimated salary for this role

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Associate Counsel, Real Estate
American Red Cross
Washington, D.C. preferred but work from home
job requisition ID RC54153

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By joining the American Red Cross  you will touch millions of lives every year and experience the greatness of the human spirit at its best.  Are you ready to be part of  the world's largest humanitarian network?

**** As a condition of employment with American Red Cross, you are required to provide proof that you are fully vaccinated for COVID 19 or qualify for an exemption, except in states where it is prohibited by law. Accordingly, employment is conditioned on providing proof of vaccination or having an approved exemption prior to starting employment ****

Join us—Where your Career is a Force for Good!

Position Summary:
The American Red Cross is in search of a highly motivated team player to serve as Associate Counsel in the Mission Transactions team of the Office of the General Counsel. The successful candidate will support our fast-paced, high-output national real estate services group, and will have significant experience in structuring, drafting, and negotiating office, retail and industrial leases and construction documents, purchase and sale agreements, and other ancillary commercial real estate documents, including the review of title and surveys, deeds, and closing documents. Knowledge of laws governing nonprofits and tax-exempt organizations and of the escrow, title insurance and closing process is a plus. Top candidates will be well-versed in key legal principles as they pertain to real estate transactions, real property law and contract structure, with the ability to interpret clauses and exercise sound judgment. The successful candidate must be detail-oriented, intellectually curious, and must possess exceptional communication, time management, and organizational skills. 

Our attorneys are dedicated and committed to our clients and business partners who strive to contribute and make a difference in furtherance of our humanitarian mission.  This position represents an exciting and unique opportunity for professional growth within an expanding fast-paced business and transactional law practice.  The candidate’s place within our organization will leave them with a wealth of opportunities to feel both challenged to innovate and rewarded for their efforts. 
- Provide guidance in support of real estate legal needs, including real estate transactions, real estate development matters, complex real estate agreements, compliance requirements, and contractual obligations
- Assist in the negotiation of a high volume of complex real estate leases, subleases and property management agreements within tight deadlines
- Advise on landlord / tenant issues and other matters pertaining to real property law
- Compile, proofread, and revise drafts of legal documents; analyze contracts, find key terms, and interpret clauses
- Resolve legal issues that arise in existing commercial relationships, and handle pre-litigation legal disputes and inquiries
- Manage outside counsel and prioritize multiple mission critical projects as they arise
- Regular review of real estate transaction forms and templates and adjusting them as necessary to meet changing regulations and/or business requirements
- Work on ad hoc legal real estate-related projects, including but not limited to, the development of engagement policies and training workshops
- Build and maintain productive, collaborative working relationships with internal clients and transaction review partners, to establish credibility, influence where appropriate and provide sound guidance and excellent client service
- Help develop, implement, and manage process improvements in support of internal clients and business partners
- Assist with other duties and projects as directed by the transactions chief counsel 

Location: We are offering this position remotely, but residents in the DC, Maryland and Virginia area are preferred. Travel to attend team meetings in DC is required 4-6 times per year. 
Salary: $130,000 - $150,000 a year  

- Juris Doctor from an accredited law school and a minimum of 3-4 years relative experience
- Licensed to practice and in good standing in a United States state bar 
- Proven experience practicing as an attorney in the commercial real estate or related field
- Familiarity with legislation and case law within and related to real estate development, construction, sale/purchase and leasing
- Strong transactional background, with solid drafting and negotiation experience and a firm understanding of contract structure and contract lifecycles
- Excellent time management skills and ability to adjust to changing project priorities in a fast-paced and deadline-driven environment
- Perceptive and meticulous, with exceptional problem-solving and decision-making abilities and a thorough understanding of human behavior
- Proactive self-starter and team player with the capacity to regulate and perform under stress
- Superior oral and written communication skills and the ability to break down legal matters into everyday language for clients and business partners at all levels within the organization to understand
- Must be highly organized with excellent attention to detail and a commitment to providing superior service
- Must possess a high level of integrity and legal ethics
- Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite applications, specifically Word, Excel, and SharePoint 

Here is the link to apply:

Staff Attorney
Georgetown University Law Center
Washington, D.C.

     The Civil Rights Clinic invites applications for a two-year graduate fellow/staff attorney position to start in August 2022.

     Professor Aderson Francois is the director of the Civil Rights Clinic and Voting Rights Institute (CRC). Professor Francois joined the faculty in 2016. Prior to joining the Georgetown faculty, Professor Francois directed the Civil Rights Clinic at Howard University School of Law, where he also taught Constitutional Law, Federal Civil Rights, and Supreme Court Jurisprudence.
CRC operates as a public interest law firm, representing individual clients and other public interest organizations, primarily in the areas of discrimination and constitutional rights, workplace fairness, and open government. Beginning in the Fall of 2016, the section expanded its work into the area of voting rights. Students interview clients, develop case theories, draft and file complaints in state and federal courts, conduct discovery, engage in motions practice, and prepare appeals. Students also file FOIA requests and analyze responsive documents, and work in coalition with other public interest organizations to develop impact cases. 
Recent projects include:
·     Litigating multiple Eighth Amendment claims against state and federal officials, and private medical providers on behalf of an incarcerated persons;
·     Litigating an employment discrimination claim against a federal agency on behalf of an employee using a novel theory of intersectionality on the basis of race, gender, and age;
·     Litigating First Amendment retaliation claims against municipal agencies on behalf of Black Lives Matter protestors;
·     Litigating employment discrimination action involving pay disparity on behalf of a woman faculty member at a state higher education institution;
·     Litigating false arrest, wrongful death, and Fourth Amendment violation claims against the District of Columbia Metropolitan Police Department;
·     Litigating on behalf of an individual whose employer improperly denied her the lactation breaks she was entitled to under state and federal law;
·     Litigating on behalf of an individual whose employer improperly denied her disability and pregnancy accommodations, discriminated against her on account of her national origin, and illegally assessed fees against her in connection with her resignation;
·     Filing amicus briefs in multiple appellate cases before the United States Supreme Court, and the DC Circuit;
·     Filing FOIA requests and using the responsive documents to prepare reports exposing government misconduct;
·     Drafting national report on the use of criminal fines and fees to suppress voting rights;
·     Preparing and arguing multiple appeals in federal court, in the DC Circuit, the Fourth Circuit, and the Fifth Circuit. 

What do the Graduate Fellows/Staff Attorneys do?
     Fellows are responsible for day-to-day supervision of the students and work closely with the students on improving their lawyering skills, especially legal writing. In the civil rights section, the fellow has principal responsibility for about half of the docket and supervises all facets of the litigation. Much of the fellow’s time is spent guiding students in legal and factual research, reviewing student drafts, making suggestions for improvement, and preparing the students for oral presentations. In recent years, fellows have worked on all phases of litigation, including taking depositions, handling evidentiary hearings, and briefing cases before federal district courts, courts of appeals, and the U.S. Supreme Court. Fellows also play a key role in case development and in planning other CRC activities. Fellows participate in case rounds and assist in teaching seminars on litigation practice and substantive law.
     The annual salary is $57,000 for the first year of the fellowship and $60,000 for the second year. The fellow also receives health and dental benefits and all tuition and fees in the L.L.M. program. Fellows also have unlimited free access to a state-of-the-art, on-site fitness center. As full-time students, fellows qualify for deferment of their student loans. Fellows may be eligible for loan repayment assistance from their law schools.
How to apply
Applicants should submit
·     a brief statement explaining the applicant’s interest in the position
·     a résumé
·     a law school transcript
·     a list of references, including contact information
·    a recent legal writing sample of any length representing the applicant’s most challenging legal work. Please do not send an excerpt. The writing sample should not be a collaborative work or significantly edited by someone else.
     The application materials should be sent in a single PDF file attached to an email to Niko Perazich at
Applications will be considered on a rolling basis, and the position will remain open until filled. We will select candidates to be interviewed. Although we will not pay candidates’ travel expenses, we will try to arrange interviews at a time convenient for the candidate.



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