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Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks mid-level litigation associate attorney with preferably 2-4 years of government contracts experience including bid protest, claims and disputes, and related litigation and arbitration experience either at a law firm or government position. The candidate should preferably have regulatory experience with International Traffic in Arms Regulations, National Security, and/or Cybersecurity. Legal
Strong litigation writing skills a must.
The District of Columbia based legal practice opened thirty-three years ago. Ninety-three qualified attorneys comprise the law office. Practice areas served at the law office are comprehensive. Litigation, intellectual property, government contracts, government relations, environmental-natural resources, international trade, and antitrust are a number of their practice disciplines. This firm's Political Law group is known across the country for their legal expertise in campaign finance and election law. Attorneys are committed to community outreach primarily through their support of local charitable organizations.2 2018-07-02 19:01:20
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks government contracts attorney with 13+ years of experience. The candidate should have a partial portable book of business. Significant experience in the area of government contracts and federal procurement is essential. Experience with the Federal Acquisition Regulation (the FAR), the Defense Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARs), as it pertains to clients in the transportation (maritime, trucking and aviation), aerospace and defense, biotechnology and medical research, engineering and construction, environmental remediation, professional services and information technology sectors will be most helpful. Prior work experience in federal agencies or on congressional committees is a plus. License to practice law in the District of Columbia is required. Legal
This small office of a solid Northwest firm is not in growth mode--but they aren't afraid to scoop up talented lawyers from their neighbors when the opportunity arises. They concentrate their full service efforts on a clientele that may not be dominating the Fortune 500, but do give this firm an interesting range of work. This firm is at its best when handling corporate work for small or mid-sized companies, with an occasional IPO here and there.13 2017-10-12 21:32:59
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks government contracts/international trade attorney with 1-2 years of experience. The candidate should have working knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulation and other federal procurement laws. Must preferably have experience in bid and size protests, investigations and claims. Familiarity and interest in export control laws, sanctions, and mergers and acquisitions are preferred. Admission to the D.C. Bar (Virginia Bar also preferred) is essential. Legal
Must have excellent research and writing skills.
A commitment to the philosophy of excellence and superior client service is the foundation of this firm. Its attorneys value the importance of a personalized attorney-client relationship and are dedicated to giving the utmost attention not only to delivering prompt and efficient services to clients, but also keeping the client informed and involved. This firm has pursued the law with diligence and is committed to providing its clients with unsurpassed counseling, guidance, and support.1 2018-06-27 13:34:54
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks government contracts associate with 3-5 years of experience, a specific emphasis in bid protest litigation. The candidate must be a member of the DC Bar or eligible to waive in. Legal
Should have excellent academic and professional credentials as well as highly developed writing and analytical skills.
This highly-regarded firm is praised by associates for its quirky, social atmosphere and for its extensive development opportunities. Mentorships and collegial partner/associate dynamics are common, while the firm also boasts flexible facetime policies and market pay. Additionally, the firm is cited for offering impressive resources while maintaining a friendly, medium-sized firm atmosphere.3 2018-07-02 03:22:37
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks junior to mid-level government contracts associate with experience. The candidate will work closely with partners in providing advice to companies involving all aspects of government contracts, including bid protests, regulatory compliance, investigations, claims, disputes and mergers and acquisitions due diligence. Must preferably have relevant law firm or federal government experience and have working knowledge of the FAR and DFARS, and experience with protests, investigations, claims and disputes. Must be willing to take the next available DC Bar exam or be eligible to seek admission without examination. Legal
Must have excellent law school and undergraduate academic credentials, as well as strong writing and analytical skills.
This large regional firm has nine offices scattered throughout the Southeast and a reputation for excellence. The DC office is a key component of the firm's success and continued growth. It is a place that prides itself on technological advancement and a strengthened commitment to diversity and the various branches of this full-service firm work well with each other, creating a cohesiveness not generally found among other multi-city firms. Based in the South, this firm has stayed close to its roots, representing mostly regional clients through their litigation, corporate, tax and real estate departments. The growth here has been steady but conservative, opening offices only when the market will support a thriving and profitable presence in that particular city. In Washington, this firm handles mostly regulatory and government contracts work with its boutique-sized office.1 2018-04-19 18:34:34
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks government contracts attorney with 5-10 years of legal experience. The candidate should have experience in the following: Litigation, including bid protests, disputes, and claims; Procurement fraud investigations and related litigation; General counseling on government contracts-related business and regulatory issues, including government contract formation, compliance, mergers and acquisitions due diligence, data rights and subcontracting. Portable practice of $250,000+ is desirable. Legal
This mid-sized firm represents a broad range of business, commercial and litigation practices. On the corporate side, substantive areas of law practiced include securities, mergers and acquisitions, tax, health care, estate planning, public finance, real estate, commercial lending, intellectual property, international and trade finance. Litigation services provided to their clients include commercial and banking litigation, medical malpractice and product liability defense, intellectual property matters, construction contract disputes, employment litigation and environmental law. Attorneys enjoy a friendly work environment, are actively involved in their communities, and receive nice salaries.5 2017-04-22 01:41:17
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks government contracts attorney with 2-4 years of experience in federal procurement matters, including areas such as bid protests, claims counseling, FAR and DFARS counseling, IP rights, subcontracting, and/or False Claims Act issues. Legal
Must have excellent academic credentials.
This law firm was established over a century ago to provide a broad range of legal services. Their areas of practice include antitrust, immigration, real estate, healthcare, family law, business litigation, technology, energy, crisis management, and more. Their offices are located in New York, Washington DC, Connecticut, and Massachusetts.2 2018-04-28 02:39:42
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks construction and infrastructure litigation associate with 3-5 years of government contracts experience. The candidate should preferably have experience with government contracts, bid protests, claims and general litigation. A background in engineering and/or judicial clerkships are desirable. Legal
Must have strong academic credentials, excellent interpersonal skills, and a willingness to travel.
This Amlaw firm specializes in intellectual property and is committed to providing its associates with both a positive work environment and sophisticated work. Flexible scheduling and pro-bono work are aspects highly valued by the firm. This firm has also obtained its second perfect score on the Human Rights Campaign Foundation's Corporate Equality Index as Best Place to Work for LGBT equality.3 2018-06-15 15:53:41
Washington, D. C. office of our client seeks government contracts attorney with 4-6 years of experience. The candidate should have knowledge of the FAR and DFARS. Experience working on bid protests, contract claims, government investigations, and related litigation matters is preferred. Legal
The ideal candidate will have strong analytical and writing skills, demonstrated initiative, and a commitment to the practice area.
The DC office of this national firm is a rising and well-respected player in the DC market. This firm offers its associates meaningful work and has some unique and more sexy practice areas, along with a diverse client base, that keeps associates interested in their work and practices. Although good schools are a top priority for this sometimes conservative firm, high achievers from local schools are also encouraged to apply.4 2018-04-26 18:28:46
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