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Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks energy and projects attorney with 2-4 years of transactional experience. The candidate should preferably have experience of project development and finance transactions. Experience could include negotiation of mergers and acquisitions transactions, joint venture/formation, feedstock, offtake, EPC/EPCM, O&M services, transportation, commodity purchase and sale and other project agreements. Legal
The District of Columbia legal practice concentrates on business, litigation, and regulatory law issues in the federal government as well as the public sector. A team of well-established attorneys are employed at law office. Several DC attorneys are highly-skilled in government law matters. There are ten areas of practice. Antitrust, business transactions, corporate-securities law, energy, environmental, and government procurement-sanctions are a number of their practice disciplines.2 2018-03-20 15:22:18
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks energy regulatory associate attorney with 3-6 years of transactional experience, with an emphasis on addressing and resolving energy regulatory and related legal issues Clerkship with FERC, a state appellate court. The candidate will work on sophisticated legal matters, focusing on energy regulatory and transactional matters. Will gain exceptional first-hand experience through their work with senior lawyers and clients in a variety of complex issues. Examples of specific federal regulatory-related work include: Contested rate proceedings, enforcement investigations, regulatory compliance and judicial review of FERC decisions. Integrated resource planning, and site permit and certificate of need applications. Examples of specific transactional-related work include: Energy project contracts, due diligence, regulatory approvals, market-based rate applications and project finance. Federal appellate court, or federal district court is a plus. Membership in the DC Bar is strongly preferred. Legal
Excellent written and oral communication skills, acute judgment, responsiveness, prioritization, and practical application of legal concepts are required to succeed. Should have a JD degree from an accredited university with excellent academic credentials.
3 2018-08-06 17:46:42
Washington DC office is seeking a mid to senior energy regulatory and enforcement associate with experience at a major law firm. Experience in electric, oil, or gas, exposure to FERC, and familiarity with CFTC investigations strongly preferred. Legal
What started as an office where the New York firm's lawyers could keep their briefcases has grown, in the last 30 years, to become a viable full service DC office of this formidable Manhattan-based international law firm. This firm consistently delivers quality transactional experience out of this mid-sized office. Its tax practice is renowned and it has a reputation for keeping clients through thick and thin. It seeks top performers from top law schools. Pay and benefits are among the best. So is the working environment, which is friendly while remaining highly focused on client concerns.3 2017-04-06 12:49:02
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks mid-level associate with 3-5 years of energy experience. The candidate should have some state and federal regulatory litigation experience. Experience in the areas of energy industry (especially regarding nuclear power) transactions, regulation, generation, and/or transportation is preferred. A knowledge of nuclear power operations, would also be an advantage. Must preferably be a member of the District of Columbia and/or Virginia Bar. Legal
The ideal candidate should have excellent interpersonal communication and interrogative skills, strong analytical skills and knowledge of ethics and conduct codes which are a requirement for the proper and legal practice of the law. Must have a Bachelor's degree and a juris doctorate degree (JD) from an accredited law school.
Recently rated as one of the country's top-65 firms at which to work, this 800+ attorney giant has a world wide presence. IP is a big part of their business and most of their attorneys have advanced degrees in the sciences, a necessary evil when many of your clients include many high-techs and worldwide corporations who are served from the DC locations and others on the West Coast. The large DC office offers excellent pay, merit bonuses, and domestic partner benefits.3 2018-07-24 00:41:14
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks energy and infrastructure attorney with 3-5 years of experience. The candidate will focus on advising refiners, renewable fuel producers and energy traders. Will also be a part of the broader energy practice that provides advice to a range of industry leading companies on a full spectrum of energy and environmental matters. Should have experience counseling clients on the regulatory, enforcement, commercial, and policy issues impacting the petroleum, biofuels, and energy trading industries. Skills and experience related to Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) matters, commodity trading and transportation, and enforcement proceedings are essential. Experience with federal and state fuel specifications, EPA's mobile source program, the Renewable Fuel Standard, California's Low Carbon Fuel Standard and California's Cap-and-Trade Program are highly valued. Knowledge related to the Jones Act, import/export regulations and crisis management will be useful. Legal
Excellent writing and analytical skills are necessary. Excellent academic records and strong communication abilities will be valued.
Law offices are based in Georgia, New York, Texas, California, Washington, D.C., and London. Four-hundred and twenty-five skilled attorneys are staffed at the firm. There are seven areas of practice. Corporate, energy-environmental and financial services are some of their practice disciplines. Practice industries are far-reaching. Attorneys were recognized by top industry periodicals.3 2018-05-04 14:53:11
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks mid to senior level energy attorney with 5+ years of FERC experience. The candidate will work on natural gas pipeline rate and certificate cases for a nation-wide mix of clients. Will interact directly with clients with the goal of quickly taking on responsibility to manage aspects of even complex cases independently. Should have experience on natural gas rate cases and certificate matters. FERC electric rate-making and hydroelectric licensing experience is a plus. Local Bar membership is a plus. Prior law firm experience or employment at FERC is very beneficial. Legal
Must have a JD degree.
This Amlaw firm stands out among its peers as having a commitment to innovation, work-life balance, and friendly firm culture. The firm aims to be agile in the changing legal landscape, and rewards the creativity and entrepreneurial spirit of its lawyers. The firm is also serious about its commitment to diversity and pro bono initiatives, and provides ample opportunity for its associates to gain meaningful experience early on in their careers.5 2018-08-03 02:43:04
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks global projects attorney with 5 years of energy industry experience. The candidate should have a focus on project finance, including renewables, midstream and LNG projects. Additional experience with project development and mergers and acquisitions are a plus. Legal
The ideal candidate will have attained a high level of academic achievement; as well as strong writing and communication skills.
One of the nation's longest-established, most prestigious law firms. This busy litigation, technology and energy firm boasts top pay and excellent benefits. With a more active training schedule than social schedule, this is a progressive firm. Major-player clients range from high-techs to financial institutions and key national and international corporations. Additional branches reach around the country and around the globe.5 2017-10-10 23:42:54
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks energy/litigation attorney with 3-5 years of experience for its regulatory, and transactional practices representing states, local governments, municipalities, and cooperatively owned electric and natural gas utilities. Legal
Must have superb writing skills, excellent academic credentials, intellectual inquisitiveness and a desire to use their legal talents to advance the public interest.
The corporate law office is located in Washington, D.C. Areas of specialization include energy, telecommunications and transportation. The law firm was established in 1967. The law practice employs twenty-seven very skilled attorneys. They represent clients nationwide. There are eight areas of practice such as electric, gas, environment-energy and telecommunications. The firm has received high ranking from a prominent industry publication.3 2018-04-30 23:29:36
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