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Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks mid- to senior-level communications regulatory attorney with 5+ years of experience. The candidate will focus primarily on wireless, telecommunications, cable and broadband-related issues. Will serve in legal research, writing, and oral advocacy before the FCC, NTIA, FTC, Congress, and other government agencies and counseling clients on legal, policy, commercial, and technology matters. Experience of working on communications-related litigation or commercial matters is a plus. Also D.C. Bar membership or eligibility is preferred.
This is a very well-regarded firm with a national presence. This firm has a very selective hiring process, but receives high marks from its attorneys in terms of experience, clients, and overall atmosphere.
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks mid-level communications attorney with 3+ years of work experience. The candidate will have regular counseling to clients, oral and written advocacy, and investigations defense work associated with federal and state agency and court proceedings. FCC experience is a plus. DC Bar membership and FCBA membership are required.
This DC firm is a full-service shop. Large and growing, it has built an enviable reputation for being polished and modern in attitude, work product, and office environment. This firm is particularly well suited for entrepreneurial attorneys that play well with others and don't take themselves too seriously.
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks junior attorney with preferably 1-2 years of law firm, government or equivalent experience. The candidate will serve in the communications, media, privacy, and technology practices.
This Washington firm is doing high-level telecommunications, Internet, and other technology work for some heavy-hitting clientele. The firm is a respected player in it particular arena, but it approaches every client utilizing the personal style and hands-on attitude inherent in a small firm. Associates are quite happy there, too, feeling somewhat as if they are members of a secret club, and they'd be happy to have it stay that way. And what does the 'club' have to offer? An unusually collegial atmosphere with the infrastructure and support of a big firm. Although these lawyers could take their specialized experience elsewhere for a higher paycheck, the lifestyle and practice keeps them here.
Telecommunications Attorney jobs in District Of Columbia
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