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Litigation Associate Attorney

Wilson Elser
Salary: $75,000 to $110,000

Wilson Elser's DC office is currently seeking a highly motivated, detail-oriented, Litigation Associate Attorney with excellent research and writing capabilities, in addition to deposition, mediation, and courtroom experience. 

This is an excellent opportunity for an individual who is interested in taking the next step in their career by joining a dynamic and growing office of a national law firm, offering opportunities for career growth and advancement. 

The Firm: 
Wilson Elser is a full-service and leading defense litigation law firm who faithfully serves our clients with more than 800 attorneys, across 39 offices in the United States and one in London. Founded in 1978, we rank among the top 200 law firms identified by The American Lawyer and 53rd in The National Law Journal's survey of the nation's largest law firms. 

Qualifications: 
JD from an accredited law school 
Admitted to practice in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia preferred 
2+ years of litigation experience 
Experience in one or more of the following areas medical malpractice, commercial litigation, and/or professional liability 
Superior written and oral communication skills 
Legal project management experience is helpful 
Responsibilities 

Independently manage a litigation caseload, working cases from beginning to end 
Work closely with other attorneys and Partners on legal projects 
Regularly handle court appearances and depositions 
Communicate with clients and provide status reports 
Why Should You Apply? 

Excellent Benefits:
Professional development programs including in-house CLE and National Attorney Training 
Generous PTO plan 
Excellent growth and advancement opportunities 
Corporate Discount Plans

Interested? 
Please consider joining our team by applying online or sending your credentials to AttorneyRecruiting@wilsonelser.com and putting "DC Litigation Associate Attorney" in the subject line.

Outside Counsel Guidelines Attorney

King & Spalding
$110,000 to $150,000

King & Spalding, a leading global law firm, is seeking an Outside Counsel Guidelines Attorney to review all outside counsel guidelines and other client-drafted engagement terms, non-disclosure agreements (NDAs), secondment agreements the firm receives in the context of the new business intake, responses to Requests For Proposals (RFP’s), pitches, and electronic billing. The Outside Counsel Guidelines Attorney will advise on the firm’s ability to comply with such agreements and will make revisions as needed. They will also negotiate terms directly with clients when instructed to do so. This position is a part of the firm’s Conflicts & Business Review Department and may be filled in either its Atlanta, New York, Washington, D.C., or Houston offices. Other duties may be assigned by the Director of Conflicts & New Business Intake. 

The firm offers a generous total compensation package with bonuses and raises awarded in recognition of individual merit-based performance. Eligible employees may participate in King & Spalding’s comprehensive benefit program including healthcare and wellness benefits, life and disability insurance, flexible spending accounts and a health savings account, a 401(k) plan, profit sharing plan, on-site gym access, on-site childcare facility, discount programs and a substantial Paid Time Off (PTO) program. 

Candidates must have a Juris Doctorate (J.D.) and an active law license in one state if working in Georgia or an active law license in New York, D.C., or Texas if working from one of those offices. Candidates should have at least three years of contract review and negotiations experience, preferably with a large law firm or in-house. Successful candidates must have the ability to develop a broad subject matter expertise regarding outside counsel guidelines provisions and the firm’s policies regarding such provisions. A proven record of working in a fast-pace environment, having to manage multiple assignments with tight turnaround times, and success in contract negotiations are necessary skills for this role. Candidates must be organized and able to coordinate input from others regarding certain provisions. Exceptional critical thinking, problem solving and conflict resolution skills are also a must. Knowledge of the Rules of Professional Conduct and experience with the U.S. and international privacy and data protections laws are both a plus.

Here is the link to apply: https://jobs.jobvite.com/kslaw/job/oFEXafwa/apply

Attorney -- General Liability

Thomas, Thomas & Hafer LLP
Washington, D.C. office

Thomas, Thomas & Hafer LLP, an AV rated regional law firm, is seeking a motivated attorney with 1-4 years’ of sophisticated litigation experience for our Washington DC office. Qualified candidates must be admitted to the DC Bar. Admission to MD or VA Bar a plus. Excellent analytical, writing and communication skills are a must. Candidate must have the ability to work independently and possess a strong positive presence. Strong work ethic along with entrepreneurial drive and initiative are essential. Competitive salary and benefits and great opportunity for income growth. A tremendous opportunity to join a strong firm, grow a client base, and engage in challenging work.
Experience: relevant: 1 year (Required)

Here is the link to apply: https://www.simplyhired.com/search?q=attorney&l=Washington%2C+DC&job=LmWk-OjGdt6P8HBw7tqHlmWmfltWGXfQ5PiVB0r5tceI4RBSUnutmA

General Counsel

University of the District of Columbia
Pay Plan, Series & Grade: DS0058/301/1A 
Salary Range: $146,332 - $179,957 
Closing Date: October 31, 2019 
Location: 4200 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20008 
Brief Description of Duties 
As the Chief Legal Officer, the General Counsel provides advice and counsel to University of the District of Columbia (UDC) campus system stakeholders on all legal matters, and directs the activities of outside counsel working on behalf of UDC. The General Counsel reports to the President with a dotted line to the Board of Trustees. This is an Executive Appointment. Executive appointments are "at will" and shall serve at the pleasure of the President. 
Essential Duties and Responsibilities 

- Provides legal consultation to the President, Board of Trustees (BOT) and other officers and officials of UDC. Analyzes legal problems, conducts legal research and interprets current and proposed District of Columbia (District) and Federal laws which impact UDC policies, plans and actions. Provides answers on questions of legal interpretation.
- Represents the President, BOT, UDC, Officers and employees of UDC (subject to conflict of interest restrictions) as attorney of record in litigation in Federal trial and appellate courts, the D.C. Superior Court, the D.C. Court of Appeals, and as necessary, in other jurisdictions. When the District is a party litigant, coordinates litigation actions with the Office of the Attorney General or other counsel.
- Performs sophisticated legal research, investigations and analysis with regard to a wide range of legal, legislative, policy, administrative and institutional matters. Prepares related court pleadings, legal memoranda and other papers for filing in litigation and administrative matters. Provides oral and written reports and recommendations on findings and outcomes to the President and BOT or directly to other officials of UDC or the District government. When appropriate, makes recommendations for action and implementation.
- Conducts review and analysis of recommendations and actions that result from policy and legal reviews and other internal and external issues, investigations and inquiries. Provides oral and written reports to the President concerning findings and outcomes.
- Accompanies and advises the President and BOT at selected meetings with top representatives of the District and Federal governments and legislative bodies to clarify positions and opinions on legal matters. Conducts extensive research, prepares position memoranda, and, as requested by the President and/or BOT, articulates UDC's position.
- Reviews and analyzes existing and proposed administrative and institutional policies and procedures for legal sufficiency to ensure consistency with laws and rules of the District with the existing policies, rules, and procedures of UDC, and with priorities established by the President and BOT. Provides oral and written reports to the President and BOT including appropriate recommendations for amendments.
- Establishes and maintains a case file of legal opinions and laws affecting higher education.
- Reviews all major negotiated contracts for legal sufficiency and technical form. Reviews all leasing and property acquisitions contracts proposed and entered into by UDC.
- Responsible for the representation of UDC (including the President and the BOT, Officers and employees of UDC subject to conflict of interest restrictions) in administrative proceedings and District agencies (including the Office of Employee Appeals, the Public Employee Relations Board (PERB) and the Office of Human Rights) and Federal agencies (including the Department of Labor, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, the Environmental Protection Agency and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission).
- Collaborates with the Vice President of Talent Management and other officers of the Administration in the development of labor management policies and procedures that take into account legal implications and provides for legal representation of UDC in labor negotiations.
- Recommends the retention of outside Counsel on selected matters; monitors and evaluates their performance and approves or seeks adjustment of their billings.
- Supervises the legal and support staff assigned to the Office of the General Counsel.
- Oversees the supervision of personnel to achieve peak productivity and performance. Sets priorities for timely completion of assignments and special projects.
- Reviews and advises the BOT on an array of matters including, but not limited to, contract and other matters related to the employment of the President and the Administration.
- Responsible for working with all units of UDC including the President and BOT to ensure awareness and compliance with UDC regulations and guidelines, District and Federal law and terms of any legal written agreement.
- Responsible for receiving, evaluating and responding to FOIA requests as appropriate and required by law.
- May serve as the Ethics Officer for UDC and/or the FOIA Office for UDC or delegate the same and supervise such delegates.

Contact Information: All inquiries related to employment and job applications should be directed to UDC Office of Talent Management at (202) 274-5380.

Here is the link to apply: https://www.simplyhired.com/search?q=attorney&l=Washington%2C+DC&job=ktR8AVjr62iYw7aY19xWQRGhFzXkH1AFBJZHevAu4OcbaGcFA0dCA

General Counsel (Attorney-Advisor) 

US Other Agencies and Independent Organizations
$140,000 to $170,000

This position is part of the Inter-American Foundation (IAF), Executive Office in Washington, D.C. The incumbent serves as the General Counsel, and provides legal and policy advice to the Board of Directors, the President and CEO, and staff of the IAF. As the General Counsel, the incumbent serves as the agency representative, counselor, and voice on agency legal matters dealing with administrative and operational issues, as well as foreign assistance. 

Responsibilities:
Furnishes advice, opinions, and assistance with regards to legal and policy matters arising in the conduct of IAF business. 
Reviews for legal sufficiency and policy compliance, project proposals which come to the IAF from a variety of sources, both foreign and domestic, private, quasi-governmental, regional, and international organizations. 
Reviews for legal sufficiency complex financial arrangements and projects involving numerous parties and asset or property transfers. 
Develops or adapts grants, contracts, agreements, leases, and other formats for use in formal agreements. 
Drafts or reviews for legal sufficiency grants and agreements on behalf of the IAF. Advises IAF staff who negotiate grants, contracts, leases, or agreements with external agents and may negotiate directly on behalf of the IAF when warranted. 
Serves as a member of the agency's senior leadership, with shared authority and responsibility for a range of issues that are the long-term drivers of the agency?s success. 
Drafts and/or reviews agency policies to ensure compliance with appropriate Federal laws, regulations, and other policy/ legal guidance or directives. 
Responsible for the IAF's ethics program. Reviews and provides agency clearance during the nomination process for Board members. 
Administers the agency's ethics program, provides review of financial disclosure and outside activities reports, and conducts the annual training program. 
Provides guidance to staff, Board, Advisory Council, and potential nominees on a variety of government ethics issues, including conflicts of interests, acceptance of gifts, and outside activities. 
Qualifications:
You must meet all of the following qualification requirements. 
1. You must possess a J.D./LL.B. Law Degree from an accredited college or university. 
2. You must be an active member in good standing of the Bar of a state, a territory of the United States, the District of Columbia, or the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. 
3. You must have at least 3 years of broad, responsible professional legal experience performing professional legal work as a licensed attorney, providing advice in a General Counsel's office, or a federal or other government agency, or in a law firm, or private sector organization. This experience must demonstrate knowledge of U.S. domestic law and regulations as these relate to international assistance programs and Federal agency administrative operations. Work experience must also include researching, analyzing, and preparing verbal advice and written briefs, memoranda, and/or other legal documents in two or more of the following areas: Federal Personnel and EEO law; Appropriations Law; laws, regulations, OMB circulars and other rules applicable to Federal grant-making; or Federal administrative law (FOIA, Ethics in Government Act, Sunshine Act, and/or others).

All experience must clearly be described in your resume in order to receive credit. 
Fluency in English is required and to have at least one of the principle languages of countries with whom IAF interacts (Spanish, French, Portuguese, or Haitian Creole) is desired.

For more information, contact:
Debra Jordan
Phone: (202) 208-7988
Email: debra_jordan@ibc.doi.gov

Inter-American Foundation
1331 Pennsylvania Ave. NW Suite 1200 North
Washington, DC 20004

Attorney-Legal-21683

Federal Reserve Board of Governors

$98,000 to $130,000

Handles assignments in the Monetary and Consumer Affairs area of the Board’s Legal Division. Drafts memoranda to the Board, staff opinion letters, legislative and regulatory proposals, etc. Furnishes legal opinions and advice and responds to System and public inquiries concerning Federal statutes, interpretations and opinions concerning the supervision and regulation of financial institutions, regulatory responsibilities of the Board, Reserve Bank matters, etc. Makes oral presentations at Board meetings. Performs more difficult assignments at this level, receives general supervision and direction from more experienced attorneys, and works with senior staff to prepare Board presentations and draft regulatory proposals. 

Position Requirements 
The successful candidate will have 2 or more years of work experience as a practicing attorney in private practice or government agency and general knowledge of financial institution supervision and regulation. 
The successful candidate will demonstrate experience/knowledge of one or more of the following: 
o Payment systems (including payment cards, wire, check, and ACH) 
o Rule-making procedures 
o Basic understanding of consumer protection laws and regulations 
o Familiarity with legal issues related to financial technology (“fintech”) 
Economics background and understanding of Federal Reserve Bank operations a plus. 
The successful candidate will demonstrate excellent oral and written communication skills and interpersonal capabilities, personal initiative, and adaptability in working across legal disciplines. 
The successful candidate must possess a J.D. or LL.B. degree from an accredited law school and be an active member of the bar in good standing in any state, territory of the United States, the District of Columbia, or the commonwealth of Puerto Rico. U.S. Citizenship required.

Here is the link to apply: https://frbog.taleo.net/careersection/1/jobdetail.ftl?job=13428&source=Indeed.com&sourceType=PREMIUM_POST_SITE

Conflicts and Ethics Attorney

King & Spalding
Washington, D.C.

$100,000 to $140,000

King & Spalding , a leading global law firm, is currently seeking a lawyer to join our Conflicts & Business Review Department in Atlanta, Houston, New York, or Houston offices. This is an opportunity to join an innovative and collaborative team focused on supporting the firm’s new business intake and lateral conflicts clearance functions. The Conflicts & Ethics Attorney will work closely with the Associate Director of New Business Intake and a team of Conflicts & Ethics Attorneys. 

The firm offers a generous total compensation package with bonuses and raises awarded in recognition of individual merit-based performance. Eligible employees may participate in King & Spalding’s comprehensive benefit program including healthcare and wellness benefits, life and disability insurance, flexible spending accounts and a health savings account, a 401(k) plan, profit sharing plan, on-site gym access, on-site childcare facility, discount programs and a substantial Paid Time Off (PTO) program. 

Candidates will have the following skills and responsibilities: 

Reviews the firm’s new business intake forms, conflict reports, waiver letters, and engagement letters and communicates with lawyers and staff on any changes or additional information that may be necessary before the firm accepts the new business. 
Reviews conflict reports and advise firm lawyers on conflict issues. 
Reviews outside counsel guidelines and advising on the firm’s ability to comply with such guidelines. 
Drafts informed consent letters, researching corporate affiliations, and establishing ethical walls. 
Other duties may be assigned by the Conflicts & Ethics Manager or Director of Conflicts & New Business Intake. 
Candidates must have excellent oral and written communication skills, exceptional critical thinking and problem solving skills and a working knowledge of the rules of professional conduct. Successful candidates demonstrate sound judgment, intellectual curiosity and are able to work well under pressure. Candidates must also have the ability to adapt to changing priorities, meet deadlines and manage a heavy workload. Previous conflicts experience is preferred but not required. A Juris Doctorate (J.D.) is required. Candidates must be actively licensed and in good standing with a state bar.

Here is the link to apply: https://jobs.jobvite.com/kslaw/job/osYTafwd/apply

Attorney Advisor

U.S. Department of Justice
Washington, D.C.

The General Counsel's Office (GCO) is a component of the EOUSA in the Department of Justice. GCO provides timely and accurate legal advice and litigation support to USAOs and EOUSA on a wide range of legal issues including disciplinary or adverse actions, performance management issues, and any other employment-related issues; litigation before various administrative tribunals; government ethics matters, such as conflicts of interest, recusals, outside activities, and financial disclosure reports; questions concerning recusals of USAOs from pending cases or matters; property damage claims filed by Federal employees; and procurement and fiscal law issues.

The individual selected can expect a challenging and demanding environment and will be exposed to management concerns and top management officials within EOUSA and throughout the entire Department of Justice. The office is ideally situated among three Metro stations, one block from the Verizon Center, a short walk to the Smithsonian museums on the National Mall, and is surrounded by numerous restaurants and shops. In addition, we offer creative work solutions in which we provide compressed work schedules and flexible work schedules, along with transit subsidy. Additional positions may be filled using this vacancy announcement.

Job Description: If selected for this position you will serve as an Attorney Advisor (Assistant General Counsel) and will be responsible for: -Providing expert advice to the United States Attorneys and their staff in the interpretation, intent, and applicability of Federal laws, regulations, and programs in the assigned area(s) of law. Drafting interpretative and administrative rules, regulations and other guidance in assigned area{s) of law. - Responsibility for advising on questions of law involved in the operations of the organization and its contacts with industry, State, local or foreign governments, or other similar(organizational entities. - Initiating and maintaining liaison and effective communications with EOUSA management, United States Attorneys and their staff, Department officials and other federal agencies. - Representing the agency in administrative litigation and other proceedings and assist in Federal court proceedings.

Qualifications: Required Qualifications -Applicants MUST possess a J.D. Degree and - Be an active member of the bar* (any jurisdiction). • You must include your bar membership information in your application package to be considered. To qualify at the GS-15 grade level applicants must have at least 5 years post J.D. legal or other relevant experience to qualify. Qualifying experience is defined as experience with at least three of the following areas: Standards of Conduct and Ethics, Federal Employment Law, Equal Employment Law, and/or Administrative Law Preferred qualifications: Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and Merit Systems Protection Board experience. Security Requirements Initial appointment is conditioned upon a satisfactory preemployment adjudication. This includes fingerprint, tax and credit checks, and drug testing. In addition, continued employment is subject to a favorable adjudication of a background investigation.

Salary: $128,082.00-$160,300.00, Travel: 1-2 weeks per year.

You must apply via USAJOBS at: https://usao.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/449413700.

Manager and Legal Aid Attorney 

AARP
Job ID: 12460405

Founded in 1975, Legal Counsel for the Elderly champions the dignity and rights of vulnerable Washington, D.C. seniors, 60 and older, providing free legal and social work services to those in need — empowering, defending and protecting.

LCE staff help 6,000+ clients each year in many areas of civil law. Attorneys represent seniors facing foreclosures, evictions, and consumer fraud. LCE handles Medicaid and Social Security cases, provides benefits checkups to assure that seniors and Veterans are receiving the benefits they are due, prepares Wills and Powers of Attorney, and educates elders in ways to avoid Medicare and Medicaid fraud. Clients come to LCE directly through the LCE Legal Hotline, they are referred by partner organizations and the courts, and LCE attorneys, plus its more than 800 volunteers, are regularly in the community meeting elders at senior centers and faith-based organizations. LCE also accommodates homebound seniors by providing legal services in their homes.

LCE houses the office of the D.C. Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program, which advocates on behalf of seniors in nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and those receiving home health care. LCE has a strong relationship with a number of pro bono law firms that assist staff with approximately 600 cases a year. LCE staff testify and make recommendations regarding laws before the D.C. Council that affect seniors, and have been instrumental in bettering conditions for D.C. seniors through assistance with local legislation. More than 40 years after its founding, LCE continues to develop innovative, cost-effective ways to deliver legal services, serving as a model for organizations around the country. LCE is incorporated as a 501(c) (3) and is an affiliate of AARP.Summary

Strong problem-solving and multi-tasking skills required.  Collaborates with other staff in the Legal Counsel for the Elderly (LCE) office.  Supervises volunteers who assist with cases and provides training on areas of expertise to other LCE staff, as needed.  Position interacts with clients daily and must listen with empathy, allow the client dignity, and provide accurate legal advice. Ability to interface with internal and external clients and contacts at all levels.Responsibilities

Requirements:
Completion of a Juris Doctorate degree, a member in good standing of the D.C. Bar, 10 years of legal experience, with 5 years directly involving civil litigation and trial practice (at least 3 years in substantive area of law – real property and consumer protection) and 3 years of management/supervisory experience or an equivalent combination of training and experience related to the duties of the position.
Incumbent must have: 
-Experience working with elder clients or other vulnerable populations
-Excellent verbal and writing skills
-Demonstrated track record of collaboration with various stakeholders such as funders, law firm attorneys, and government officials
-Interpersonal skills to work collaboratively with a variety of work styles
-Strong organizational skills with the ability to delegate

Here is the link to apply: https://www.applytracking.com/tp/rj6.eSjm3-e.K

Children and the Law - Senior Attorney/Chief Counsel

American Bar Association - D.C.

The ABA recruits employees seeking opportunities for challenging and substantive work defending liberty and pursuing justice in the U.S. and around the world.  The ABA offers competitive employment benefits which include medical, dental, vision, life and disability insurance, flexible spending accounts, a 401(k), commuter benefits, and more.

The Senior Attorney/Chief Counsel will work with our team to facilitate child welfare system change as part of our Permanency Barriers Project.  Help manage a grant funded project and provide substantive legal guidance and support on other Center projects.  Conduct legal research and writing, facilitate meetings with multiple child welfare stakeholders, speak and provide training and technical assistance on substantive child welfare topics including safety, permanency and well-being, legal representation, education, and kinship. Also work on grant development for new project areas.  Supervised by the Center Director and may supervise more junior attorneys and/or other staff.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
-Guide legal system reforms and collaborative approaches to improving child welfare outcomes within states and counties.
-Analyze laws, regulations, court rules and policies/policy proposals.
-Develop policy and practice recommendations based on local engagement with child welfare legal system stakeholders.
-Serve as principal ABA expert on a substantive area of law or public policy. Includes contacts with government entities.
-Give presentations and trainings on legal and public policy issues. Design substantive content of events, develop model documents, and conduct trainings.
-Conduct research and prepare trainings, write memoranda and articles, frequently for publication.
-Manage substantive legal projects.
-Oversee research, report-writing, and publication. Coordinate or support sub-groups and coordinate with external constituencies.
-Manage consultants, attorneys and interns on staff.
-Research, draft, write and review legislative and regulatory texts.
-Assist with ABA policy adoption and dissemination process.
-Support Center efforts to secure outside funding; write grants; work collaboratively with funders.

EXPERIENCE:
JD and admission to the bar in at least one jurisdiction required. At least 8 years working in relevant specialized area of law. High level of skills at legal writing and research, oral and written communications, and organizational skills. Substantial experience in child welfare law and policy analysis. Grant administration and supplemental subject matter experience may be required.  Some travel required up to 50%.

Here is the link to apply: https://usr56.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/aba/JobApplication?postingid=617

Regulatory Associate Attorney -- Junior to Mid-Level

Perkins Coie
Job #A20180923 – Washington, D.C.
The Washington, D.C. office of Perkins Coie is seeking a junior to midlevel associate to join the Political Law group's regulatory practice. Excellent academic credentials, including graduation from a top-tier law school and law review or journal experience are required, and clerkship experience is preferred. Experience or familiarity with political law issues is also required. The position includes counseling a wide range of clients on compliance with federal and state campaign finance regulations, Congressional and Executive Branch ethics and lobbying regulations, IRS requirements for tax-exempt issue advocacy and other issues of this nature. The practice also includes representation of clients in administrative agency proceedings as well as matters involving a broad range of political law issues including voting rights, campaign finance, issues arising out of the elections process, as well as general matters involving political actors.

To apply, please click on the link below and attach your cover letter, resume, writing sample, law school transcript, and contact information for at least two references.  Principles ONLY.
Perkins Coie LLP is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, genetic information, protected veterans, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability status or any other category prohibited by local, state or federal law. This policy applies to all aspects of employment, including recruitment, placement, promotion, transfer, demotion, compensation, benefits, social and recreational activities and termination.

Here is the link to apply: https://careers.perkinscoie.com/viRecruitSelfApply/ReApplicantEmail.aspx?Tag=9a43f6c7-5bc1-4444-9abf-792cc7ea0b22

D.C. Junior Antitrust Attorney

Clifford Chance

The Washington, DC office of Clifford Chance has an opening for a corporate antitrust associate in the Firm's corporate group. Stellar academic credentials and major law firm experience required. Admission to the DC Bar strongly preferred. Preferred class years 2017-2019.

FIRM SUMMARY:

Clifford Chance is one of the world's leading law firms, helping clients achieve their goals by combining the highest global standards with local expertise. The firm has unrivalled scale and depth of legal resources across the three key markets of the Americas, Asia and Europe and focuses on the core areas of commercial activity: capital markets; corporate and M&A; finance and banking; real estate; tax; pensions and employment; litigation and dispute resolution. Alongside world-class legal careers, Clifford Chance offers excellent opportunities in the support functions that underpin its business operations.

​Here is the link to apply for this job: https://ccllp.taleo.net/careersection/ex/jobapply.ftl?evtr=398681&isSocialSrc=true&csarray=101430233&lang=en&job=1900009L

Regulatory Associate Attorney

Perkins Coie
Job #A20180923
The Washington, D.C. office of Perkins Coie is seeking a junior to mid-level associate to join the Political Law group's regulatory practice. Excellent academic credentials, including graduation from a top-tier law school and law review or journal experience are required, and clerkship experience is preferred. Experience or familiarity with political law issues is also required. The position includes counseling a wide range of clients on compliance with federal and state campaign finance regulations, Congressional and Executive Branch ethics and lobbying regulations, IRS requirements for tax-exempt issue advocacy and other issues of this nature. The practice also includes representation of clients in administrative agency proceedings as well as matters involving a broad range of political law issues including voting rights, campaign finance, issues arising out of the elections process, as well as general matters involving political actors.

To apply, please copy and paste the link below and attach your cover letter, resume, writing sample, law school transcript, and contact information for at least two references.  Principals ONLY.
https://careers.perkinscoie.com/viRecruitSelfApply/ReApplicantEmail.aspx?Tag=2f925fb3-d25e-4c2a-a045-b18efd232fbf