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Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks mid-level government regulatory attorney with relevant experience. The candidate will serve for the Medical Devices Group of its Food Drug, Medical Device and Agriculture practice. Should preferably have experience with FDA medical device premarket clearance and approval matters as well as post-market compliance and quality systems requirements. Experience at FDA would be a plus as would be relevant work experience in the medical device, pharmaceutical or biotechnology industries. Background in science or engineering would be helpful.
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 food and drug attorney with 2-4 years of experience. The candidate will assist on food, food additive, food packaging, drug, device, and other FDA regulatory matters. Experience with FDA rulemaking and regulatory proceedings or those of other federal agencies (such as USDA, TTB, EPA, CPSC and/or FTC) are strongly preferred.
This small to mid-sized firm's expertise lies in the high-tech arena, including pharmaceuticals, chemicals, energy, biotechnology, and e-commerce. Frequently relying on technical consultants, these lawyers are well versed in their clients' industries. The environment is small and fairly casual, with teamwork and cooperation being key themes.
Washington D.C. office of our client seeks mid-level FDA attorney preferably with 3-5 years of experience with FDA regulation of pharmaceutical companies, biotechnology companies, medical device manufacturers and research institutions.
This firm loves its Harvard Law graduates and has the pedigree and New England roots to prove it. Most well known for its corporate practice, this firm has established and developed a DC practice that truly expands the areas of expertise among this firm's cities. Known for being more formal than other firms, the associates are very well compensated and receive good work. Partners get mentoring and providing opportunities for client contact. If you can get through the door here, this opportunity, especially for front page mergers and acquisitions and securities work, is unmatched. Known as the best firm in Boston, you'd better have a high GPA, or you're wasting your time.
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks junior to mid-level attorney with medical devices and other areas of food and drug law and regulation experience.
The corporate law office is based in the District of Columbia. Areas of concentration are food and drug law. The law firm employs thirty-eight knowledgeable attorneys. Practice areas are significant. A few of their practice disciplines include new drug development, controlled substances, advertising and health care law. Attorneys are involved in various industry seminars, conferences and other law practice events throughout the year.
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks FDA regulatory attorney with 2-4 years of experience.
Boasting a large presence in the corporate and litigation arenas, exceptional training programs and an innovative partner assessment program, the firm is a major hit with associates. At this firm, associates learn exactly what it means to practice law--and have a breadth of appreciation for all elements of a large full service practice. In their posh DC offices, the environment is professional and polished.
Washington DC office is seeking a food and drug attorney with 2-6 years of experience at FDA or firm Food & Drug practice required. Candidate should have experience in one or more of the following areas: devices and tobacco, cGMPs and enforcement, and/or Hatch-Waxman and Biosimilars.
This firm may not draw instant recognition, but you can hardly do better in the Washington, DC, community. Competing against the nation's top five firms for high-level Washington DC work, this firm generally scores high in litigation and antitrust. Excellent compensation is balanced by great benefits,plus the prestige of being one of DC's best home-grown powerhouses. With hundreds of attorneys, this firm fares well competing at the top of the ranks for clients, and attributes its success partly to the caliber of lawyer it employs. Only top grades from top schools are acceptable here.
Food & Drug Administration Attorney jobs in District Of Columbia
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