Attorney Advisor

D.C. Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs

Washington, D.C.

The candidate serves as an Attorney-Advisor in its Office of the General Counsel; litigates before the Office of Administrative Hearings and the Board of Zoning Adjustment on behalf of DCRA and provides legal advice to the agency. Will have experience in providing legal advice on a wide variety of regulatory, compliance, enforcement, and ethics matters and prior litigation experience. Functions as attorney advisor provides sound legal advice to senior management and division heads. Draft memoranda, letters, policies, recommendations, and other documents. Conduct legal review of various documents. Represent the agency before the Office of Administrative Hearings and the Board of Zoning Adjustment and handle all case responsibilities, including preparing evidence, briefs, motions, and other documents; conductingwitness examinations; and making oral arguments. Review and prepare enforcement notices and orders. Draft legislation and regulations; review existing laws for amendment and to ensure compliance.

Qualification and Experience: The candidate must have 3 years of full-time legal experience that is commensurate with the duties and responsibilities of the position. 1 year of full-time experience in zoning, real estate law, or land use is strongly preferred. Must have a law degree (LL.B. or J.D.) from an American Bar Association (ABA) accredited law school. Must be a current member of the District of Columbia Bar in good standing or be eligible for waiver into the D.C. bar.

Job ID 6959

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Hiring Coordinator
DC Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs
1100 4th Street SW
Washington, DC 20024

Healthcare Associate Attorney

BCG Search

Washington, D.C. office of an AmLaw firm seeks healthcare associate attorney with 1-5 years of experience in the federal regulation of health care finance including Medicare, Medicaid, and the Affordable Care Act. The candidate will participate in rulemaking proceedings before the Department of Health and Human Services (including the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the Food and Drug Administration, and the Office of Inspector General), Departments of Treasury and Labor. Will represent clients in administrative hearings, and assist in counseling clients involved in corporate transactions. Should have familiarity with the relevant fraud and abuse laws including the Anti-Kickback Statute and the Ethics in Patient Referrals Act of 1989 (commonly known as the "Stark Law").

The District of Columbia legal practice concentrates on government law matters. Practice areas are significant. Governmental affairs, federal procurement, global trade-investment, health-FDA businesslitigation, government contracts, antitrust, insurance recovery-advisory, national defense, and homeland security. The law office staffs one-hundred and nine well-informed attorneys as well as governmental experts. They represent clients all around the world. Attorneys serve on varied non-profit boards and support a broad scope of community service and professional endeavors year long.

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

Phone: (202) 955-5585 | Fax (213) 895-7306

Legal Specialist

XLA, Inc.

Washington, D.C.
Job ID 2019-2900

XLA, Inc. is looking to fill a Legal Specialist position to support our government client in the Assets and Forfeiture division in Washington DC.

This person will be responsible for working alongside a team of Legal Specialist to review, analyze and draft documentation related to the seizure and forfeiture of assets involved in fraudulent and/or financial crimes. This position will require a strong sense of urgency, a willingness to meet tight deadlines, and the appreciation for the utmost of confidentiality.

Specific duties include:

Preparing correspondence and/or legal documentation with a 97% error free rate
Reviewing information for legal sufficiency, timeliness, accuracy, and completeness
Reconciling and resolving matters with discrepancies, outstanding issues, or lack of information
Recording pertinent information for case files and make note of deficiencies
Contacting appropriate field offices to obtain most recent status of seizures
Generating weekly status reports and reconciling seizure tickler reports
Also included are general filing, copying, and administrative duties.  

Bachelor's Degree desired with a Paralegal Certificate and 3 years of Paralegal experience
Ability to obtain a federal agency Public Trust Clearance

Minimum one (1) year of experience in the following:
Researching and maintaining knowledge and understanding of Federal forfeiture statues and the agency administrative forfeiture authority.
Assisting with the review of legal documents for completeness and accuracy of information.
Assisting with editing Probable Cause Statements. 
Assisting with reviewing petition packages and preparing recommendations in accordance with Federal asset forfeiture regulations. The Subcontractor shall assist with extracting data from seizure files and Fastrak. The Subcontractor shall perform legal research utilizing databases such as LexisNexis.

If you require accommodation or assistance to complete the online application process, please contact Stephanie Iwasiw, 703-584-8317 or When you contact Ms. Iwasiw, please identify the type of accommodation or assistance you are requesting. We will assist you promptly.


XLA, Inc.

8614 Westwood Center Drive, Suite 700
Vienna, VA 22182

Phone: 703.848.0400 | Main
800.844.0090 | Toll Free


Government Contracts Of Counsel

BCG Search

Washington, D.C. office of an AmLaw firm seeks of counsel with 20+ years of experience. The candidate should have prior in-house experience, specializing in compliance work, government contracts and CFIUS. The candidate should have advocacy skills and strong academic backgrounds. A JD degree is required. This Amlaw firm is best known for allowing its associates to find a balanced work load that best suites them. As a result, the company operates with an entrepreneurial culture, offers flexible face-time, and values diversity and a work space inclusive of everyone. This firm is also one that values pro-bono work?encouraging their associates to gain real-life experience and take charge of their own opportunities and success.

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BCG Search

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

Phone: (202) 955-5585 | Fax (213) 895-7306

Production Attorney

National Football League Players Association

Washington, D.C.

Valid Through Jul 10,2019

The candidate will act as counsel for various productions (both television and digital) and support the legal operations for each. Responsible for advising on the creation and use of content for various platforms (tv, digital, social) and for assisting with the review and negotiation of certain license and services agreements. Work closely with business clients and other members of the legal department on employment and labor matters and other legal matters that may arise. Counsel internal clients on a variety of matters arising from the day-to-day operations of a 24x7 cable television network and related digital media business, including conducting pre-broadcast content review to advise on levels of risk related to intellectual property and other potential legal claims. Draft and negotiate above and below-the-line services, vendor and staffing agreements for the production of news, sports, and unscripted television programming, including talent and participant agreements, appearance materials, and location releases as well as indemnity agreements. Evaluate and facilitate clearance requests. Assist with labor and employment matters and related issues. Assist with other non-entertainment legal matters, including litigation support, patent disputes, and transactional support on an as-needed basis. Negotiate and draft ordinary course-of-business contracts, including non-disclosure agreements, service agreements, employment agreements and outsourcing agreements. Supervise outside counsel on matters as appropriate.

Qualification and Experience

The candidate should have Law Degree. 5+ years of experience at an entertainment law firm, network, studio, or production company; studio/production experience preferred. Must have experience with music licensing. Strong negotiation, communication and project management skills required. Strong work ethic and meticulous attention to detail are must. Ability to handle diverse projects simultaneously for multiple stakeholders. Possess excellent writing and communication skills, a natural ability to work independently and with others, strong negotiation skills and project management capabilities, and an ability to handle multiple responsibilities simultaneously.

Requisition ID: 1800005B

Hiring Coordinator
National Football League Players Association
10950 Washington Boulevard
Suite 100
Culver City, CA 90232

Corporate Counsel Data Protection Intellectual Property Technology

ICF International, Inc

Fairfax, VA

The candidate will work closely with internal business partners to understand their business processes, applications, projects and technologies to ensure compliance with data protection and ePrivacy laws and embed regulatory requirements and controls into projects, tools and services. Will help enforce appropriate data protection and ePrivacy policies, notices, standards, controls and other practices and processes cross-functionally and as a part of global operations. Support efforts to ensure that the company complies with cross-border data transfer restrictions and data localization requirements concerning both intra-company transfers and transfers to third parties. Draft, review, negotiate and support data privacy and data security contractual provisions in a wide variety of commercial agreements. Assist the DPO, DPT and Incident Response Team in the review and coordination of potential data protection incidents/breaches, including investigations, notifications, and other resolution efforts. Develop, review and deliver (or arrange for the development and delivery of) data protection and ePrivacy training materials as appropriate and support efforts to raise awareness about firm's’s GDPE program, data handling practices, procedures and legal obligations. Conduct, guide and participate in legal risk assessments. Manage risk mitigation plans and make recommendations on the appropriate financial investment to accomplish the policies and implement the procedures. Maintain strong coordination, cooperation and mutual support between the OGC and other corporate departments with compliance obligations such as the internal audit, IT, marketing, HR and business groups to ensure that roles and responsibilities are effectively fulfilled in the firm's’s GDPE programand legal and ethical compliance program. Monitor and assess the effectiveness of firm's GDPE programcompliance activity and facilitate auditing. Support responses to government investigations or queries as appropriate and/or required. Perform data protection and ePrivacy IP due diligence reviews. Monitor current and evolving statutes, regulations, and case law and help to identify legal issues of critical importance to the company. Proactively engage cross-functionalglobal teams to identify potential IP risks and provide education and training to technical teams. Counsel on complex intellectual property transactions and aspects of commercialization efforts, including drafting and negotiating, including, but not limited to,technology transaction agreements, IP licenses, service orproduct development agreements, software licenses, software-as-a-service agreements,joint development agreements, collaboration agreements, patent pool and standards agreements, NDAs, and partnership agreements, supply agreements, manufacturing agreements, and developer agreements. Perform M&AIP due diligence reviews. Stay current on assigned regulatory and legal issues affecting the company. Accurately and meticulously document evidence of all legal, compliance, and audit reviews and activities.??

Qualifications and Experience

The candidate should have JD degree from accredited U.S. law school, an active, good standing membership in at least one U.S. state Bar, and current qualification or ability to immediately qualify to practice in Virginia, including through the Corporate Counsel designation. Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or Electrical Engineering a plus. Must have 2-4 years of professional legal experience inintellectual property, and technology transaction matters with at least 3 of those years providing significant legal advice as a specialist in Data Protection; mixture of law firm and/or in-house experience preferred. Must have knowledge and proven record of success in in the following areas: managing efforts with identifying and addressing client needs;communicating complex legal concepts in a clear and simple way that fosters trust and respectand implement sound solutions and effectively and professionally resolve complex business and legal issues;identifying and analyzing complex legal/regulatory/business issues and providing appropriate legal advice regarding applicable legal and professional standards, often on a time-sensitive basis;providing practical legal advice and demonstrate sound judgment even in novel situations; understanding business goals in a way that helps leadership and staff evaluate risk effectively; andexuding creativityand not afraid to try something new to raise the bar and improve experiences with teammates and stakeholders. Some proficiency in Spanish and French a plus.

Reference Number: R1900762

Hiring Coordinator
ICF International, Inc
9300 Lee Highway
Fairfax, VA 22031

Associate General Counsel 

George Washington University

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The George Washington University is seeking an Associate General Counsel to join the team of lawyers in its Office of the Senior Vice President and General Counsel (OGC). The successful candidate will be expected to provide legal advice on a wide range of legal matters, with a primary focus on matters impacting the student experience, including Title IX and other forms of discrimination, student misconduct, student privacy, student/greek organizations, and disability/accessibility of educational programs and facilities. The Associate General Counsel will report to the Senior Vice President and General Counsel.

Responsibilities include:  The Associate General Counsel will also be expected to respond to external administrative complaints (e.g., OCR), conduct internal investigations, provide training on compliance with applicable federal, state and local laws, and assist on other legal matters, including employment, athletics, and contracts.

The Associate General Counsel position works closely and collaboratively with skilled professionals in a variety of fields to address the many complex issues that confront a comprehensive, global research institution located in the heart of the nation’s capital. The position will have both supervised and independent responsibility for providing legal advice to university administrators, and will work directly with outside counsel. The successful candidate may also assist in supervising and delegating tasks and responsibilities to junior attorneys, law clerks, and office staff.

Performs other work related duties as assigned. The omission of specific duties does not preclude the supervisor from assigning duties that are logically related to this position.

Minimum Qualifications: Qualified candidates will hold a law degree (JD) from an accredited institution; admission in good standing to the District of Columbia Bar or eligibility for admission within six (6) months and 5 years’ experience as a practicing attorney.

Preferred Qualifications: Experience in the field of higher education law, especially in the area of student matters. In addition, experience with employment matters and contracts in the context of higher education or other large nonprofit institutions.

The successful candidate will be a self-starter, enjoy working both independently and collaboratively, value diversity, and contribute to the office’s fast-paced, collegial team environment.

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Senior Government Contracts Associate Attorney

BCG Search

Washington, D.C. office of an AmLaw firm seeks senior government contracts associate attorney with 6+ years of experience. The candidate will serve in bid protest work, counseling clients regarding contract awards and litigation of contract disputes. Must preferably have experience representing clients who conduct business in the public sector, specifically assisting clients with developing acquiring, and/or managing business in the government sector, and litigating disputes arising from such business. Must have significant experience litigating bid protests before the GAO and the Court of Federal Claims; counseling clients on government contracts issues; and performing internal investigations into government contract compliance issues.

A combination of law firm and contractor experience is required. Should be in good standing and an active member of the District of Columbia Bar. The candidate must have strong analytic, research, writing and oral communication skills. Top academics and experience is required. Must hold a JD degree from an ABA-approved law school.

A well-known, top-drawer firm with an especially strong health care practice, this firm offers offices across the U.S. in addition to European and Asian outposts. The firm is on an upward trajectory, with savvy acquisitions in hot markets marking the last decade. The accolades and honors keep rolling in for this firm, meaning that attorneys can be sure they will be among the best and the brightest. A full-service firm with excellence in business law, litigation, and intellectual property, this is an excellent place to start or accelerate one's career.

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

Phone: (202) 955-5585 | Fax (213) 895-7306
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General Counsel

Population Services International

Washington, D.C.

Phone: (202) 785-0072

The candidate will be responsible to provide support for Governance, Board matters, Corporate Secretary functions. Participates in the definition and development of corporate policies procedures and programs and provides continuing counsel on legal implications. Selects, manages, and evaluates outside Counsel (including local counsel and specialized services) and arranges pro bono services as needed. Oversees the Organization's code of conduct and complex investigations, conflicts of interest, fraud reporting to Donors. Protects the organizations Intellectual Property. Oversees local registrations in program countries. Ensures the Organization has policies and practices in place to be in compliance with US and global legal requirementsincluding family planning and abortion (PLGHA, Helms), GDPR, FCPA, safeguarding (trafficking, sexual abuse and exploitation, child protection), and human subjects research. Provides MOUs, implementation agreement templates and specialized support. Protects the organization from legal action and manages complex contractual issues, lawsuits & arbitration proceedings, and disputes with donors or sub recipients as needed. Provides insights to senior leadership on organization issues and strategy. Responds to external auditors regarding contingent liabilities. Provides support as needed for fundraising and unique/custom donation agreements for individuals and corporations. Provides legal templates/updates to procurement/grants & contracts and supports on complex issues or new terms. Support for issues regarding Federal Tax exemption, non-profit rules. Advises on lobbying restrictions.

Qualification and Experience: The candidate must have JD from an ABA-accredited law school and a license to practice law and in good standing any state or territory of the US. 10+ years of legal practice as an attorney with experience working with business contracts, tax-exempt entities, and/or corporate law is necessary. Excellent verbal and written English communications and negotiations skills Excellent analytical abilities and legal research skills are must. Experience with 501(c)(3) organizations working in International Development is a plus. Experience with bilateral and multi-lateral donors is necessary. Experience working with US and foreign legal counsel as well as offices of Inspector General (USG or Other Donors) is critical.

Federal Trial Attorney

Justice Department

Washington, D.C.

Vacancy No. 19-CRM-FRD-028 Department Offices, Boards and Divisions
Salary $114,590.00 to $164,200.00 Grade 14 to 15
Perm/Temp Permanent FT/PT Full-time
Open Date 3/28/2019 Close Date 4/11/2019


The Criminal Division, U.S. Department of Justice, is seeking qualified, experienced attorneys for term Trial Attorney positions in the Fraud Section's Strategy, Policy, and Training (SPT) Unit. Specifically, the incumbent will conduct, supervise, and litigate legal privilege matters and filter reviews on behalf of the Fraud Section's three litigating units (Health Care Fraud (HCF), Securities and Financial Fraud (SFF), and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). Upon accepting an offer of employment, applicants must make a three-year commitment to the Fraud Section.

Generally, as a Trial Attorney in the SPT Unit specializing in filter review and privilege matters, the incumbent:

Supervises the review of potentially protected and privileged materials to ensure that Fraud Section Trial Attorneys in the HCF, FCPA, and SFF Units comply with their ethical obligations with regard to legal privilege.
Supervises and manages team of attorneys engaged in the review of potentially privileged materials.
Works directly with federal law enforcement, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation, to ensure investigative agents and prosecutors are not exposed to potentially privileged materials.
Engages in all phases of litigation of privilege matters, including, but not limited to, the use of grand jury, advising federal law enforcement agents, preparing appropriate pleadings, and litigating motions and privilege matters before U.S. District Courts across the country.
In collaboration with unit managers, develops and maintains the Section's program to ensure that all Fraud Section attorneys comply with their ethical obligations related to legal privilege, including advising on strategy and legal complexities, and developing litigation priorities, policy and legislative recommendations.


Required Qualifications: Interested applicants must possess a J.D. degree, be duly licensed and authorized to practice as an attorney under the laws of any State, territory of the United States, or the District of Columbia, and be an active member of the bar in good standing.

How to Apply

To apply for this position, you must provide a complete Application Package which includes the Assessment Questionnaire and the Required Documents indicated below. The Application Package must be received by 11:59 PM, Eastern Time, on 04/11/2019. A complete application package must include:

Cover Letter (highlighting relevant experience).
Resume - Applicants are encouraged to ensure work experiences clearly show the possession of knowledge of the subject matter pertinent to the position and the technical skills to successfully perform the duties of the position.
Writing Sample (8-12 pages). 
Law School Transcripts. 
Assessment Questionnaire (you will be prompted to complete this when you apply online).
Documentation of eligibility for special hiring authorities (if applicable) to prove appointment eligibility. Examples include: Schedule A disability letter, Peace Corps volunteer letter, military spouse hiring authority documentation, etc.
Current or Former Political Appointees (if applicable) - please note on your resume and attach an SF-50. The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) must authorize employment offers made to current or former political appointees. If you are currently, or have been within the last 5 years, a political Schedule A, Schedule C or Non-Career SES employee in the Executive Branch, you must disclose this information to the HR Office.
Schedule A Documentation (if applicable) - The Criminal Division welcomes and encourages applications from persons with disabilities and is firmly committed to satisfying its affirmative obligations under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 to ensure that persons with disabilities have every opportunity to be hired and advanced on the basis of merit within the Department. The Criminal Division also encourages eligible Schedule A applicants to submit their resumes directly to the Criminal Division disability POC, Megan Keate at
Veterans Preference Documentation (if applicable):

Human Resources
Phone: (202) 514-0361

Fraud Section
c/o Human Resources
1331 F. Street NW, Suite 300 
Washington, DC 20004

Labor/Employment Litigation Attorney

BCG Search

Job Reference Number: ALMZ158211

The Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks attorney with preferably 1-4 years of experience. The candidate should be interested in labor/employment litigation matters. Should have a commitment to the labor movement and social justice. Law review and/or clerkship is preferred.

The candidate should have a solid academic record.

Attorneys at this law firm represent a wide range of issues related to labor and employment. Their areas of practice include discrimination, labor management relations, overtime pay, and minimum wage. The firm is located in Washington DC.

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


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