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Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks energy attorney with 2-4 years of experience in advising energy companies, natural gas utilities/pipelines, electric utilities/generators, and energy marketers on regulatory and litigation matters before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission or the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, including ratemaking, market and market power issues, mergers and acquisitions, commodity trading, regulatory enforcement, and administrative litigation matters. The candidate must have experience advising on one or more of the Federal Power Act, the Natural Gas Act, and the Commodities Exchange Act. Must preferably have undergraduate or graduate degrees in civil or electrical engineering, finance, accounting, or economics, or those that have worked for electric or natural gas utilities or energy marketers. Legal
This law firm is distinctively positioned for doing business in today's global marketplace and has a very strong reputation. The attorneys are very bright but ego is best left at the door.2 2017-10-06 15:37:57
Washington D.C. office of our client seeks attorney with 4-5 years of large firm project development experience representing developers and sponsors. The candidate must have experience with energy projects and transactions, particularly on wind, solar and other renewable technologies. Ability to independently draft and negotiate power purchase agreements as well as construction and equipment supply agreements is preferred. Must be good standing in the state of DC. Legal
Candidates must have excellent academic credentials, superior writing ability, maturity and good communication skills.
This mid-sized firm has strategic offices throughout the nation and is known for litigation, in particular. Even with 60+ attorneys in the DC office, the work is abundant and the associate client contact are substantial. Look to this firm to continue to expand modestly, bringing in more business from an increasingly national clientele. The firm is entering it's third decade of existence and has certainly branched from its roots in insurance litigation.4 2018-03-15 10:59:04
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 attorney with 1-5 years of commercial real estate development and transactions experience, including financing. The candidate should preferably have significant involvement in energy development and financing transactions. Legal
Stellar academic credentials and major law firm experience is required.
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.1 2018-03-22 14:31:06
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 attorney with 2-3 years of transactional, litigation, regulatory or other noteworthy experience in the electric utility and/or natural gas industries, with preference given to familiarity with municipal utilities, rural electric cooperatives, and/or state utility commissions. The candidate should preferably have experience, understanding or involvement in one or more of the following: Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), rate-making and tariff issues, energy markets, regional transmission organizations, NERC compliance, and state utility commissions. Experience in federal environmental regulation and rural broadband communication will also be considered. Legal
The candidate must be a motivated self-starter with strong academic credentials, as well as have excellent research, writing and oral communication skills. The candidate must be a creative thinker that is eager to dive-in, learn and tackle new complex matters/issues.
Established more than four decades ago, this reputed law firm has its main office in Washington, D.C., and several other offices in California and New York. The attorneys here focus on complex legal matters related to energy & utility, communications, intellectual property, government contracts, and state commissions. An equal opportunity employer, the firm encourages diversity at the workplace.2 2018-04-10 02:10:24
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