Government Contracts and International Trade Associate
Armstrong Teasdale LLP
Washington, D.C. (Hybrid)

Armstrong Teasdale LLP is seeking an associate attorney with government contracts, international trade, and regulatory practice expertise to join its Corporate Services Group (CSG). Associates have an exciting opportunity to learn from and work closely with energetic, high experienced legal practitioners in a friendly, cooperative environment.

Essential Functions:
Handles the high-level and strategic aspects of multiple legal matters at different stages of progression, from inception to conclusion
Possess strong attention to detail and good interpersonal skills for communicating with attorneys and clients
Demonstrates an ability to work independently and productively and show a strong interest in advancing a career in CSG
Produces quality legal work and bills the required amounts of hours to ensure excellent client services
Manages business and generates business through group and individual efforts
Complies with the very highest ethical standards of the legal profession

Decision Making – actively makes decisions on client matters with little supervision
Communication - strong, professional communication, both written and orally to both internal and external clients 
Leadership - actively delegates orders
Continuous Learning - actively embraces learning new skills and mastering new technology and sharing with others
Teamwork – works as diligent member of client teams and begins to lead teams in matters
Alignment to Values - Influences the awareness and adoption of the Firm's values on a larger scale; influences the awareness and adoption of diversity and inclusion; demonstrates respect by providing solutions and support

Required Experience: 3+ years’ relevant experience in government contracts matters, including bid protests, contract claims and disputes, and compliance, and international trade matters, including Foreign Corrupt Practice Act (FCPA) and other anti-corruption standards, national security restrictions, export controls (International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and Export Administration Regulations (EAR)) and sanctions compliance.

Supervisory Responsibilities: Indirect - actively utilizes support staff or junior associates to ensure client satisfaction

Here is the link to apply:

Intellectual Property Attorney
Fox Rothschild LLP
Multiple Locations
$245,000 to $295,000

Fox Rothschild has an opening in multiple offices for a senior Intellectual Property Attorney with 6-10 years of experience. We are not currently accepting resumes from search firms for this position.

Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities:
Strong academic record and excellent written and oral communication skills required.
USPTO registration required.
Bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, bioengineering, or a related area required.
Advanced degree (MS and/or PhD) preferred.
Compensation & Benefits:
The salary ranges for this position apply to New York, Seattle, and Washington, DC. The salary range reflects a variety of factors that are considered in making compensation decisions, including but not limited to experience, education, licensure and/or certifications, geographic location, market demands and other business and organizational needs. It is not typical for an individual to be hired at or near the top of the range for a position. A reasonable estimate of the current range for this position is $245,000 to $295,000 in New York and Washington, DC, and $240,000 to $290,000 in Seattle.

For information on Fox Rothschild's compensation and benefits visit: Compensation & Benefits (

Here is the link to apply:

Attorney Advisor
Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development  
Washington, D.C.

Salary: $128,824.00 - $167,497.00
The Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED) assists the Mayor in the coordination, planning, supervision, and execution of economic development efforts in the District of Columbia with goals of creating and preserving affordable housing, creating jobs, and increasing tax revenue. DMPED pursues policies and programs that create strong neighborhoods, expand and diversify the local economy, and provide residents with pathways to the middle class. More information is available on DMPED’s website at 

DMPED is seeking an Attorney Advisor to serve as an Assistant General Counsel within the Office of the General Counsel (Office) of DMPED.  The attorneys in the Office advise DMPED staff on District of Columbia and federal law affecting the programs within DMPED, which include real estate, real estate finance, contracts, grants and other financial incentives, and municipal governance, and support DMPED’s operations in employment matters. In addition, the attorneys in the Office provide legal support in drafting a wide array of documents, including contracts, Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs), grants documents, legislation, real estate transactional documents, regulations, and policies. 

 Specific Responsibilities Include:
·         Provides legal advice to the Deputy Mayor and her staff on legal issues involving DMPED’s programs and operations. 
·         Prepares legal documents on complex and substantive matters, sometimes of an urgent nature, providing summary analyses of issues and recommendations for consideration by the Deputy Mayor and her staff.
·         Conducts legal research on laws relevant to DMPED’s programs and operations and provides clear, well-reasoned analysis of the findings in either a written or oral format.
·         Represents DMPED in the negotiation of the terms of complex real estate, affordable housing, and finance transactions, agreements involving grant awards and other financial incentives, and other related contracts with third parties.
·         Provides guidance to management on labor and employment matters.
·         Represents DMPED on matters before the Office of Administrative Hearings, the D.C. Office of Human Rights, the D.C. Office of Employee Appeals, and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
·         Performs other related duties as assigned.

·         Understanding of the mission, functions, organization, policies, and system requirements of the District of Columbia government as well as the mission and programs of DMPED. 
·         Ability to excel in a fast-paced working environment by providing responsive and well-reasoned legal advice and work product on time-sensitive issues.  Produces written work product that is clear, concise, and free from errors in a short period of time.
·         Superior critical thinking and analysis of legal issues, some of which may be novel.  
·         Superior communication skills both orally and in writing to prepare and present oral and narrative reports. Superior legal writing and public speaking skills. Ability to exercise tact, discretion, and skill in personal relations in dealing with people at various levels, job categories, and groups.

Applicants must have a Juris Doctorate (J.D.) from a law school accredited by the American Bar Association (ABA).  For consideration, applicants must have at least four (4) years of post J.D. related experience in the legal field.  

License and Certification
Applicants must be active members in good standing of the District of Columbia Bar or have the ability to waive in and be admitted within 360 days of appointment. If eligible for waiver, incumbent must subject an application for admission prior to commencing employment and successfully obtain admission to the D.C. Bar within 360 days of commencing employment. An appointee to the Legal Service position shall remain a member in good standing of the District of Columbia bar during their employment in the Legal Service.  

Here is the link to apply:

Legal Intelligence Analyst
Cooley LLP
Reston, Va. 

Cooley is seeking a Legal Intelligence Analyst (North America) to join the IS Legal, Competitive & Enterprise Intelligence. 

Position summary: Cooley Information Services (IS) embraces a culture of customer service excellence and all members of the department are expected to move this agenda forward. To that end, the Legal Intelligence Analyst is expected to recognize that the Cooley IS department is a service organization first and foremost and will be evaluated on this requirement equal in importance to the technical or operational responsibilities outlined later in this document.

The Legal Intelligence Analyst works independently as a member of a research team that responds to requests from attorneys, paralegals and staff, to perform wide-ranging research on legal and business issues necessary for client legal services and Firm administration.  The Legal Intelligence Analyst is responsible for all aspects of analyzing the research request, identifying the best sources of information, conducting the research, and reporting the results of research projects.  Specific duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

Position responsibilities:   
Conduct in-depth, tailored research services to support client matters. Use independent judgment to identify issues, analyze research strategy and determine best information sources to provide accurate, valid, cost effective and timely research
Analyze and synthesize results for presentation to the requesting user, ensuring that research meets both stated and anticipated needs
Provide current awareness services, including curated bulletins and alerts, aggregated news services and litigation and legislative tracking services to support attorney client matters and other legal intelligence requirements
Support and/or lead the initiative to deliver practice area specific information services to attorneys, keeping up to date with issues in relevant designated areas in order to provide a proactive service
Proactively and independently responsible for balancing workload by monitoring incoming requests, assessing time constraints and estimating research time needed
Work collaboratively with peers, as needed in responding to research requests
Independently determine appropriate outside sources and arrange for timely and cost-effective retrieval/borrowing
Responsible for ensuring any research requests are accurately entered and managed in the firm’s research management platform, Quest
Assist in the evaluation and selection of relevant legal research resources and keep up to date in developments and best practices in relevant fields
Participate in the effective orientation, product and legal research training to attorneys and Firm staff
Assist in the development and delivery of appropriate training programs covering research sources and legal research techniques and strategies for attorneys
Responsible for the timely and accurate entry of time
All other duties as assigned or required

Skills and experience:
After orientation at Cooley LLP, exhibit proficiency in the Microsoft Office suite, iManage and other firm applications
Ability to work extended and/or weekend hours, as required
4+ years of legal intelligence research experience
College degree or creditable prior work experience in the field
Thorough knowledge of global legal research resources
Extensive knowledge of research methods and tools
Demonstrated ability to independently assess client needs and to develop responsive solutions.  
An understanding of the legal professional ethics and copyright environment that surrounds intelligence-gathering activities.
Demonstrated ability to maintain and support a customer service philosophy
Bachelor, MLIS, JD or MBA

Excellent research, analytical, written, verbal communication and presentation skills
Ability to organize, analyze and distil large amounts of data into actionable intelligence and reports
Intellectual curiosity – the ability to derive connections and synthesize information and facts
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with demonstrated ability to coordinate multiple competing tasks and demands, provide high levels of customer service and maintain a professional demeanor at all times
Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to collaborate and communicate with staff at all levels.
The ability to work well and thrive in a collaborative team environment
Ability to keep up to date with new developments, master new technologies, and adapt to change
Exceptional customer service skills

Cooley offers a competitive compensation and excellent benefits package and is committed to fair and equitable employment practices. EOE.
The expected annual pay range for this position is $90,000 - $120,000. Please note that final offer amount will be dependent on geographic location, applicable experience and skillset of the candidate. Senior level candidates may be considered for this position, and would be eligible for a higher salary range based on experience.
Job ID: 74161331

Here is the link to apply:

​Attorney Advisor
D.C. Department of Employment Services
Washington, D.C.

This position is located in the Department of Employment Services, Office of General Counsel and is assigned to work on matters related to Paid Family Leave. 

The incumbent will work closely with the team in Paid Family Leave and Examiners responsible for monitoring and taking appropriate action on existing claims. While working collaboratively and alongside the Paid Family Leave program in the Bureau of Economic Stability and Benefits, the incumbent reports directly to the Office of General Counsel.

Duties and Responsibilities:
Provides expert legal advice and conducts extensive reviews of various legal documents; and provides statements of reasons, drafts letters, memoranda, and recommendations. Responsible for consulting management and supervisors on legalities that affects their organization's mission and provides clarification of policies, statutes and legislation. Reviews and evaluates existing statutes and regulations to determine the need for new regulations or amendments or new administrative and enforcement procedures; and recommends changes and drafts new legislation and amendments of the same as needed.

Reviews cases and documents to ensure support of legal position. Represents the agency in hearings, and prepares necessary documentation to support cases. Assists the Office and/or the Office of the Attorney General with litigation. Confers with, and incorporates the concerns of District Government officials, members of administrative bodies, and officials outside the District Government regarding actions taken against the District of Columbia. Keeps abreast of changes in laws and regulations related to the function of programs and recommends appropriate courses of action.

Qualifications & Education:
Must be a graduate from a full course of study in a School of Law accredited by the American Bar Association.
Must have at least 2 years of legal experience as a licensed attorney.
Applicants must possess one (1) year of Specialized Experience that has equipped the applicant with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSA’s) to perform successfully the duties of the position, and that is typically in or related to the position to be filled.  To be creditable, Specialized Experience must have been equivalent to at least the next lower grade level.

Pay Plan, Series, and Grade: LA-905-13
Salary: $109,019 - $141,734; Based on qualifications and funding

Here is the link to apply:

Consumer Banking Attorney
Bank of America
Washington, D.C., and other locations
Job ID: 7407539150

At Bank of America, we are guided by a common purpose to help make financial lives better through the power of every connection. Responsible Growth is how we run our company and how we deliver for our clients, teammates, communities and shareholders every day.

One of the keys to driving Responsible Growth is being a great place to work for our teammates around the world. We're devoted to being a diverse and inclusive workplace for everyone. We hire individuals with a broad range of backgrounds and experiences and invest heavily in our teammates and their families by offering competitive benefits to support their physical, emotional, and financial well-being.

Bank of America believes both in the importance of working together and offering flexibility to our employees. We use a multi-faceted approach for flexibility, depending on the various roles in our organization.

Job Description: 
The Consumer and Small Business Banking team of the Legal Department of Bank of America is looking for a highly motivated attorney to join their team. The successful candidate will possess extensive experience advising on consumer regulatory and legal matters. This role will require a collaborative leader capable of providing advice on the development, offering, and servicing of a variety of consumer products and services across multiple channels (e.g. financial center, digital). 

This role will provide practical legal advice and counsel to senior leadership, line of business partners, and others on matters of significant importance and impact to the Consumer and Small Business Banking businesses, informed by deep subject matter expertise and significant industry experience including:
• Interpreting current and proposed laws and regulations as applicable to all aspects of the product lifecycle, customer treatment, models and data use, channel strategy, and marketing.
• Advising on matters related to various consumer products and services (e.g., deposit accounts, credit cards, mortgages, loans, and collection activities)
• Supporting company responses to government agency examinations and investigations, enforcement actions, private complaints, and litigation
• Providing thought leadership and strategic advice on significant legal concerns

Key Responsibilities:
• Develops a deep understanding of the Consumer and Small Business Banking Lines of Business, building strong collaborative relationships with business, Risk, Compliance, and other control partners
• Analyzes complex legal issues and implications on matters of significant impact to the Consumer and Small Business Banking Lines of Business
• Advises and assists in the identification, escalation, and resolution of potential legal disputes or concerns presenting economic harm and/or legal, compliance, operational, strategic, reputational and or other key risk
• Communicates concise, actionable, and business-informed legal advice in oral and written presentation
• Manages large docket of various matters, effectively utilizing strong project and time management skill and employing sound business judgment on a day-to-day basis with limited supervision
• Drives strategy and participates in negotiations to resolve financial and reputational risk presented by active matters, new technology, and anticipated regulatory changes
• Gathers, assesses, and evaluates information from various sources with an open mind to make a reasoned judgment or inference
• Interprets rulings, laws, and regulations surrounding consumer financial products from a compliance and business control standpoint
• Provides thought leadership and strategic advice on significant legal concerns, informed by deep subject matter expertise and significant industry experience
• Coordinates the work of outside legal counsel on related projects and supervises the work of other Legal employees including attorneys, paralegals, and other staff to ensure prudent expense management and use of Legal resources.

Required Skills: 
• Juris Doctor degree and licensed in good standing to practice law in at least one state in which Bank of America does business
• 12 or more years of relevant experience as an attorney in a law firm, government agency, or in-house environment
• Significant experience with state and federal consumer financial services laws and regulations (e.g., CFPA, ECOA, FCRA, UDAP, EFTA, TILA, FHA, HMDA, and CRA to name a few)

Desired Skills: 
• Relevant experience working in a government regulatory or enforcement agency and able to leverage external perspective in providing legal advice
• Demonstrated excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills; executive presence when dealing with senior-level business leaders
• Excellent issue spotting, risk assessment, and problem-solving/analytical skills; ability to quickly identify key issues, separate the noise, and provide practical advice and solutions
• Ability to work closely with other lawyers, compliance and risk professionals, etc., in a collegial and cooperative manner
• Excellent organizational/project management skills and attention to detail
• Process oriented and able to identify and leverage best practices, and minimize lower value work
• Adaptive to new technologies and embraces change with attention to operational excellence
• Initiative and strong work ethic (self-starter); ability to work independently and with a team
• Client focused, emphasis on prompt delivery of quality services
• Flexibility and adaptability when faced with changing conditions or priorities in a fast-paced environmentk

Here is the link to apply:

Supervising Attorney, Public Benefits Law
Legal Aid D.C.
Washington, D.C. (Hybrid)
$101,812 to $113,473/year
Job ID #: 73971814

Since 1932, Legal Aid has provided civil legal assistance to clients in individual cases and engaged in systemic reform. Currently, we provide individual representation in consumer law, domestic violence/family law, housing, public benefits, and appellate matters. We also work on immigration matters and help individuals with the collateral consequences of their involvement with the criminal justice system. From the experiences of our clients, we identify opportunities for law reform, public policy advocacy, and systemic impact and appellate litigation.

Legal Aid believes that meaningful pursuit of our anti-poverty mission requires an unwavering commitment to racial justice and equity. We aspire both to reflect the rich racial diversity of the communities we serve and to value, respect, and empower our staff and clients to be effective agents of change. For more information about Legal Aid please visit our website,

Legal Aid has a broad and energetic Public Benefits Unit currently consisting of eight attorneys, one volunteer staff attorney, one fellow, two public benefits specialists, one intake specialist, and one administrative assistant. The unit helps families and individuals overcome legal barriers to accessing essential safety net benefits such as Unemployment Insurance, Social Security, SNAP, TANF, Medicaid, and DC HealthCare Alliance. Unit attorneys represent and advise clients in matters before local and federal tribunals, including the D.C. Office of Administrative Hearings, Social Security Office of Hearing Operations, and U.S. District Court, and engage in systemic policy advocacy and litigation on behalf of our client community.

The supervising attorney will be one of two co-supervisors, and will report to the Legal Director for the Direct Legal Services Program.


Supervising Unit Staff
Supervise and guide unit staff at regular case review meetings; provide timely feedback to supervisees on case strategy, filings, and/or other work product.
Participate in performance evaluations; support supervisees’ professional development by working to identify strengths, areas for growth and improvement, and goals.
Perform administrative and management functions necessary for supervision and organizational operations, including reviewing leave requests, timekeeping and deliverables, and ensuring unit staff follow proper policies relating to case management and recordkeeping.
Support supervisees in meeting case handling expectations while providing high quality legal services.

Leadership and Management of the Unit
Review and assign new cases; convene regular unit meetings; identify and/or lead training opportunities; create uniform systems and policies for the unit.
Serve as a resource on public benefits law to those within and outside of Legal Aid.
Engage with leaders at relevant DC agencies to promote access to justice and the effective implementation of laws and programs impacting Legal Aid’s public benefits client community.
Provide support to Legal Aid’s Development Unit in drafting grant applications and reports to funding sources that support the unit’s work.
Together with the Director of Policy Advocacy, identify and advance policy goals to address systemic issues impacting the client community through legislative, agency and other reform.
Work with Legal Aid’s Barbara McDowell Appellate Project to monitor for, and participate in, appellate cases with potential impact on the unit’s priority issues.
Work with the Pro Bono team to place and mentor public benefits cases.
Maintain a modest caseload of public benefits matters for direct representation, either as sole counsel or co-counsel. 

Leadership of the Organization
Supervise intake and conflict clearance.
Consider the impact of proposed organization-wide policies or actions on the Public Benefits Unit, as well as the impact on the entire organization.
Participate in organization-wide discussions and initiatives.

People & Culture
Actively participate as part of team of Supervisors and Project Directors in crafting and advancing organizational initiatives.
Help to foster and reflect an inclusive organizational culture.

Salary and Benefits

The attorney will be paid in accordance with Legal Aid’s Supervisor policy based on years of relevant full time experience. Lateral hires will receive credit for years of relevant work experience. Starting salaries are as follows:

Supervising attorney with five years of relevant experience: $101,812
Supervising attorney with seven years of relevant experience: $107,641
Supervising attorney with nine years of relevant experience: $113,473

Legal Aid generally provides two salary increases per year: a cost-of-living increase at the beginning of the year and a step increase in July.

Interested persons are encouraged to apply immediately and should submit a letter of interest and resume here. Applications will be reviewed as they are submitted. This position has a closing date of July 9, 2024. No emails or phone calls, please.

Here is the link to apply:

Complex Litigation Associate
Carleton Fields
Washington, D.C.
Job ID: 73922855

Carlton Fields is seeking an associate with three to seven years of litigation experience for its Washington, DC office. Excellent academic credentials and strong writing skills are required. Law Review or federal clerkship experience is a plus. Knowledge of insurance products, annuities, securities, or other financial products is a plus but not required. Candidates should be admitted to practice in Washington, DC, Virginia, or Maryland, or must apply for admission to the DC bar. The ideal candidate would have experience working on complex matters in federal court, strong communication skills, and the ability to work effectively as part of a team in an environment where drive and client service are top priorities. The candidate should be interested in working on complex matters for sophisticated business clients as part of a national practice. To apply, please submit your cover letter, resume, law school transcript, and writing sample (preferably a motion or brief filed in federal court). Not open to search firms. Carlton Fields is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Disabled/Veterans.

Salary range: $190,000 - $210,000

Here is the link to apply: ​​

Banking and Finance Associate
Stinson LLP
Washington, D.C.

Stinson LLP seeks a highly motivated attorney with a minimum of 5 years of banking-related, M&A, payments/fintech, and/or financial services regulatory legal experience to join our Banking and Financial Services division in our Washington D.C. office.

Excellent writing, oral advocacy skills, and academics are required. Active law license in the applicable jurisdiction, or eligibility to become admitted to the applicable bar, is required.

Please apply online at Applicants should provide a resume, cover letter, unofficial law school transcript and a writing sample. For questions, contact the Attorney Recruiting Team at Please submit your application by no later than 45 days following the posted date. Applications received after this date may not be considered.

Stinson is an EEO employer. We encourage qualified minority, female, veteran and disabled candidates to apply to be considered for open positions. We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package. We conduct criminal background checks of all individuals offered employment.

For more information about Stinson, visit us at and the NALP Directory of Legal Employers,

Stinson LLP is a federal contractor. Information gathered through applicant Voluntary Self-Identification will be used periodically with various government agencies for statistical reporting and to measure the effectiveness of our Affirmative Action and EEO outreach efforts. All information is requested on a voluntary basis and will be kept confidential. We will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant.

Applicants with a disability that are in need of an accommodation to complete the Stinson LLP application process should contact Human Resources at 316.268.7962 or email

Associate Attorney
Chadwick, Washington, Moriarty, Elmore & Bunn, P.C.
Fairfax, Va.

VA / DC law firm with an excellent reputation seeks a full-time Virginia licensed civil litigation associate attorney to work in the firm’s Community Association practice located in our Fairfax or Richmond, VA offices. Position requires strong interpersonal skills, dedication, ability to work as part of a team and the desire to work directly with clients. 3 - 5 years’ litigation experience and strong academic credentials required. Personal references also required. Prior community association experience a plus. Friendly, cooperative work atmosphere, excellent starting salary, commensurate with experience. Compensation, including an aggressive merit-based bonus, ranging from $100k -$160k, plus a competitive benefits package. Please email resume and cover letter to

Pay: $100,000.00 - $160,000.00 per year

License/Certification: VA Bar License (Required)
Work Location: Hybrid remote in Fairfax, VA

Higher Education Regulatory and Accreditation Attorney
Husch Blackwell LLP
Washington, D.C. and elsewhere
Husch Blackwell LLP is a national law firm with multiple locations across the United States, dedicated to our clients and the industries they serve.

At Husch Blackwell we believe that diverse, equitable and inclusive teams lead to better outcomes. Husch Blackwell is committed to retaining, recruiting, developing, and promoting talented lawyers and business professionals with diverse backgrounds and experiences. We foster an engaged, diverse, and inclusive team culture of accountability and purpose that makes our Firm and our communities better.

We have an immediate opening for a Higher Education Regulatory and Accreditation Attorney with at least five years of experience preferred, including three years specialized in higher education regulatory matters. We will consider candidates for any of our offices including our virtual office, The Link. This position has the possibility of a reduced billable-hour requirement and flexible schedule. 

The Higher Education Regulatory and Accreditation Attorney will play a vital role in advising and representing clients on complex regulatory matters within the higher education sector, including on Title IV, financial aid, accreditation, structural changes/changes in ownership (mergers & acquisitions), and general higher education compliance. The Higher Education Regulatory and Accreditation Attorney will contribute to the development of firm knowledge and educational resources related to higher education law. 

The successful candidate will have demonstrated experience with Title IV, accreditation, and/or institutional structural changes/changes in ownership within the higher education landscape. Previous work with higher education regulatory agencies, accrediting agencies, and/or in-house at educational institutions is valued, and preferred experience includes work on matters related to privacy law (beyond FERPA), research, healthcare, consumer finance, student funding mechanisms, accreditor recognition requirements, or foreign school operations. 

The firm is looking for individuals who enjoy working in a collaborative and team environment and who can independently manage projects, interface with clients on specific issues, and direct junior attorneys and paralegals. This role includes the potential for occasional travel to client meetings and conferences. 

The ideal candidate will have excellent academic credentials, a commitment to the community, superior interpersonal skills, and a demonstrated record of working well under pressure.  The candidate should demonstrate exceptional judgment, the ability to effectively handle multiple projects, excellent communication and writing abilities, and the ability to articulate legal strategies and courses of action.  Candidates should have an active bar license in the state corresponding with the office to which they are applying or commit to obtaining one as soon as possible.

We look for proactive, dynamic, and entrepreneurial individuals with varied backgrounds, interests, and experience for a diverse candidate pool.

We offer competitive compensation and a comprehensive benefit package including medical, dental, vision, 401(k) and much more. Pursuant to applicable state laws, the compensation range for this position in Denver, Oakland, and Los Angeles only is $150,000 to $190,000, commensurate with qualifications and experience. Salaries in all other markets will vary depending on market data. 

Qualified candidates should submit a resume through our online application process at

​Here is the link to apply:

Midlevel Associate Attorney (mutual funds, closed-end funds or ETFs)
Incendia Partners
Arlington, Va.
Up to $495,000

Candidates must have experience with mutual funds, closed-end funds or ETFs to be considered.  The candidate must also be working for / leaving a law firm.*

Position: Asset Management & Investment Funds – Mid-level Associate
Practice Area: Asset Management & Investment Funds
Locations: Boston, New York City, Washington DC.  As needed, the firm is prepared to cover relocation expenses for qualified candidates interested in joining our team in any of these three cities.  They work 3 days in the office and 2 days from home (Hybrid)
Benefits:  Top-tier, extensive
Compensation: Cravath scale for salary and bonus.  Base salary for a 4th-year associate is $310,000 per year with a $75,000 bonus. For 6th-year associates, the base salary is $390,000 annually, with a $105,000 bonus.

Hours: Associates have a minimum billable hour expectation of 1850, and bonus eligibility is 1950. Pro bono is not required, but up to 50 pro bono hours can count towards bonus eligibility. 

About the firm: Recognized with numerous prestigious national and global awards, our client stands out as a distinguished law firm. Most recently, it earned the title of "Law Firm of the Year" in Corporate Law for both the 2022 and 2024 editions, as well as in Commercial Litigation for the 2023 edition, as bestowed by Best Law Firms®. Reiterating its success, the firm maintained its position among the top ten firms, out of a pool exceeding 15,000, for the most first-tier rankings in the 2024 edition. Esteemed for its exceptional performance, this leading global law firm extends its influence across five continents, boasting a formidable team of nearly 2,000 attorneys. Its reputation for excellence spans various legal domains, including corporate law, energy and infrastructure, finance, intellectual property, labor and employment law, litigation, regulatory affairs, real estate, and asset management, as well as investment funds.

Job Description:
The law firm is currently in search of a skilled midlevel associate specializing in Asset Management & Investment Funds to complement their dynamic team. This opportunity is open in their Boston, New York City, or Washington D.C. offices, with a preference for candidates inclined towards the Boston location.  
The ideal candidate will bring 4 to 6 years of experience focusing on open-end (mutual) funds, closed-end funds, and/or exchange traded funds (ETFs), coupled with a solid background in representing investment companies, investment advisers, and board members concerning U.S. federal securities law matters. 
Proficiency in navigating the intricacies of the Investment Company Act of 1940, the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, the Securities Act of 1933, the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and related regulations is desired.
In this role, the chosen candidate will collaborate with a seasoned team comprising 6 to 7 partners and 4 to 5 associates within their Asset Management and Investment Funds practice group. 
They are dedicated to offering active mentorship and fostering an environment conducive to assuming greater responsibilities. Moreover, candidates will have the opportunity to engage with a diverse clientele, contributing significantly to impactful endeavors.
Candidates with previous experience in a top-tier law firm or in-house at an asset manager are strongly preferred. 
The successful candidate will demonstrate adaptability, a strong work ethic, and a commitment to excellence.

Here is the link to apply:​

Financial Services Regulatory Associate Attorney
D.C. Law Firm, through BCG Attorney Search
Washington, D.C.

Job ID B8VH331882
A law firm in Washington, D.C. is seeking a skilled Financial Services Regulatory Associate Attorney to join their team. The successful candidate should be adept at handling multiple workstreams involving consumer and business financial services laws and regulations at both the federal and state levels. Experience in representing clients before the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), Federal Trade Commission (FTC), and state regulatory agencies is a plus. The ideal candidate will be analytical thinkers with excellent academic credentials and strong writing abilities. They must hold a juris doctorate degree from an accredited law school and be admitted to and in good standing with the relevant jurisdiction’s Bar. The position requires 2+ years of experience.

Handle multiple workstreams involving consumer and business financial services laws and regulations.
Conduct legal research and analysis on financial regulatory matters.
Advise clients on compliance with federal and state financial regulations.
Represent clients before regulatory agencies such as the CFPB, FTC, and state regulators.
Draft legal memoranda, opinions, and regulatory filings.
Assist in the development and implementation of compliance programs.
Stay updated on changes in financial services laws and regulations.
Collaborate with colleagues and clients to provide effective legal counsel.

Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school.
Admission to and in good standing with the relevant jurisdiction’s Bar.
2+ years of experience in financial services regulatory matters.
Experience representing clients before regulatory agencies (CFPB, FTC, state regulators).
Strong analytical skills and ability to interpret complex regulations.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Detail-oriented with strong organizational skills.
Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

Knowledge of consumer and business financial services laws and regulations.
Experience representing clients before regulatory agencies.
Legal research and analysis skills.
Drafting legal documents such as memoranda and regulatory filings.
Compliance program development and implementation.
Strong written and verbal communication abilities.
Analytical thinking and problem-solving skills.

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.

Here is the link to apply:

Staff Attorney
Power and Democracy Program
Washington, DC (Hybrid)
$88,700 to $129,000

The Staff Attorney/Senior Staff Attorney will be expected to implement important strategic initiatives to advance the objectives and goals of the Power and Democracy Program. Responsibilities will encompass litigation, policy, voter protection, and public advocacy on behalf of Advancement Project and our grassroots partners in local communities. 

What You’ll Do:
Work in support of the overall strategic success of the Power and Democracy Team.
Work on all facets of Advancement Project litigation matters, including by developing a legal strategy.
Cultivate strategic relationships with external partners and allies.
Implement strategic initiatives and goals for the Power and Democracy Program.
Conduct investigations, complete complex legal research, and prepare legal documents such as memoranda and briefs.
Participate and/or speak at advocacy events and other outreach activities.
Represent the organization at coalition tables.
Develop legal and legislative materials, as well as presentation and advocacy materials.
Participate in strategic planning and provide recommendations regarding how to respond to political and legislative opportunities and legal developments.
Support partners in legal and policy matters.
Work with colleagues in various program areas to develop strategies and otherwise advance the organization’s positions.
Guide team members and interns on work product, as assigned.
Assist with legal and policy work cross-program, as needed.
Other related duties, as assigned.
In addition to the responsibilities identified above, Senior Staff Attorneys will, where appropriate, lead strategic initiatives and goals for the Power and Democracy Program and lead large litigation teams.

Required Skills:
Demonstrate excellent legal research, analysis strategic thinking, and writing skills.
Demonstrate excellent oral and written advocacy skills, including the ability to present oral argument to judges and to communicate effectively with a variety of audiences, including grassroots partners, diverse community members, board members, senior leadership, and executives.
Demonstrate knowledge of federal and state election laws and rules governing civil and appellate litigation.
Maintain working knowledge of policy developments, community lawyering, and advocacy practices, as well as internal policies and procedures.
Ability to maintain mentoring relationships with other attorneys on staff.
Compose persuasive and factually accurate reports, legal documents, letters, and correspondence appropriate for the intended audience.
Read, analyze, and interpret complex legal documents, including laws, regulations, statutes, contracts, and court opinions.
Recognize and define problems, collect data and other factual information, and draw valid conclusions when analyzing complicated factual and legal scenarios.

For Senior Staff Attorney, this position pays between $107,000 and $129,000 depending on experience
For Staff Attorney, this position pats between $ 88,700 and $106,000 depending on experience

Here is the link to apply:

Senior Energy And Infrastructure Associate Attorney
D.C. Law Firm, through BCG Attorney Search

Washington, D.C.
Job ID NEOZ317739

A law firm in Washington, DC, is seeking a highly qualified Senior Energy and Infrastructure Associate Attorney with a strong background in U.S. domestic renewables, including solar, wind, energy storage, and alternative fuels. The ideal candidate should possess a J.D. degree, be admitted to the New York State Bar and/or D.C. Bar, and demonstrate expertise in renewables with a focus on debt and tax equity documents.

Provide legal counsel and support on U.S. domestic renewables transactions, including solar, wind, energy storage, and alternative fuels.
Draft, review, and negotiate complex project documents related to energy and infrastructure projects.
Serve as the lead associate, overseeing all aspects of U.S. renewables transactions, ensuring compliance and efficiency.
Work collaboratively with sponsors and lenders, representing both parties in the negotiation and execution of energy projects.
Conduct legal research and analysis related to regulatory compliance, project finance, and energy policy.

J.D. degree from an accredited law school.
Admission to the New York State Bar and/or D.C. Bar.
Proven background in renewables, specifically U.S. domestic renewables.
Experience with debt and tax equity documents in the context of energy and infrastructure projects.
Knowledge of project documents and the ability to take a lead role in transactions.
Strong communication and negotiation skills.

Expertise in U.S. domestic renewables, including solar, wind, energy storage, and alternative fuels.
Strong understanding of debt and tax equity documents in the context of energy projects.
Ability to manage and lead all aspects of U.S. renewables transactions.
Excellent legal research and analytical skills.
Effective communication and negotiation abilities.

This mid-sized New York law firm offers competitive salaries. The diversity of personnel and broad range of expertise is one of the greatest strengths of their New York office. Over recent years this firm has developed into a multi-faceted, multi-jurisdictional office offering a full range of services to their clients in the US, Latin America and elsewhere in the world. The majority of their work has an international element, so traveling and living abroad are features of everyday life at this firm. The firm advises in respect of US federal securities, tax, corporate and banking laws, project and asset financing, and structured financing as well as New York law and Delaware corporate law. As a part of their US practice, associates have the opportunity to work overseas at the start of their career. In addition, associates are quickly involved in transactions and high-profile deals for major corporate and investment bank clients.

Here is the link to apply:

​Attorney OGC - Litigation Lawyer with Federal Agency Experience
Sylger Corporation 
Washington, DC

We assist federal agencies carry out their mission by providing administrative and technical support services. The selected candidate will provide exclusive legal support to the Court Services and Offenders Supervision Agency (CSOSA). The job is located in downtown, Washington DC, requires onsite presence and is subject to a security clearance. If selected, the indivual shall not be engaged in other outside legal work.

The candidate must meet the following qualifications:
-- Three years experience practicing law in either a government environment or in suppport of a government agency.
-- Experience in two or more of the following areas: government contracts, employment and labor law, FOIA, Privacy Act, Torts, Litigation, and Ethics;
-- Prior applicable litigation experience presenting, defending, and appealing cases before either the Merit Systems Protection Board, Government Accountability Office (GAO), Court of Federal Claims, other administrative tribunals, and/or Federal District Court;
-- Experience in effective communication with government officials resulting in positive outcomes; and
-- Computer proficient and capable of performing complex internet and legal research using the electronic databases.

Work to be performed includes, but is not limited to, the following:
-- Government Contracts.
-- Employment, Labor Law, and General Litigation.
der to successfully prepare and defend agency's position before any administrative tribunal, State or Federal Court(s).
-- Ethics training and disclosures

NOTE: This is a contract position in support of a task order funded through September 29, 2024. The selected candidate must undergo a security clearance and will serve solely at the discretion of the our client. Although some telework may be allowed this is a full time Onsite support position. Specific hours to be worked shall be coordinated with the Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR). The selected candidate must be completely devoted to this position. No outside work will be allowed while on this project.

If you meet the above qualifications please provide your resume and include in your cover letter:
A brief statement on how you gained your competence and legal capabilities including any special certifications/qualifications;
Contact information, including personal email and phone number;.
Current employment status and/or availability to start under this temporary position.

Pay: $61.50 - $63.50 per hour
Experience: Federal legal and/or litigation: 5 years (Required)

Please send your resume in Word format only (no Google docs) to and note "VACC" in the subject line.