Telecommunications Attorney jobs in District Of Columbia
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Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks telecommunications law attorney with 3-5 years of experience. The candidate will be representing local governments, schools, other public agencies and nonprofits. Will be working closely with clients to: research and write briefs before lower courts and courts of appeal; prepare and file comments with the Federal Communications Commission; develop policy papers and positions on communications issues affecting local governments, including plans for broadband deployment; draft ordinances governing use of rights of way and governing land use by communications providers (including wireless facilities providers); and draft agreements and franchises with communications and cable companies. Experience in public safety radio is a plus.
As a well-known law firm they provide integrity, trust, efficiency and a quick response to their clients. It is important to them to have great communication with their clientele so that all their concerns are understood. With over 200 talented attorneys, they service clients out of nine offices throughout the United States from Los Angeles to Washington D.C. A few of this law firm's specialties include: public finance, bankruptcy, litigation, environmental law, labor & employment, healthcare and education.
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks communications staff attorney with 2+ years of regulatory, policy and transactional experience.
The DC office of this international law firm is known for its collegial and personable atmosphere, and breadth of practice areas. This firm is certainly prestigious and competitive, and attorneys with superb GPAs from top-15 schools are valued. However, high achievers from non-top-15 law schools are encouraged to apply, although there seems to be more of an emphasis on grades in the recent years. The billable requirements are in the reasonable 2000 range and the salary is very competitive, and the firm has recently made a big push to focus on attracting and keeping minority attorneys. However, we have heard complaints from associates that the communication between management and associates is lacking, but we also hear that there is a big push being made to improve the channels of communication. In short, if you are looking for an opportunity to work on a diverse range of work in a prestigious firm that values its comfortable atmosphere, and you have very strong credentials, you are looking at the right place.