Energy and Public Utility Law Associate Attorney Job in Richmond, VA - 192162 |

Energy and Public Utility Law Associate Attorney

Type Full-Time

Location Virginia - Richmond

Job ID HRPZ192162

Skills Energy and Oil & Gas

2021-01-05 12:19:20

Richmond office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks energy and public utility law associate attorney with 3+ years of experience. Prior experience in litigating and presenting cases before a public utility commission is preferred. Must have strong litigation skills (the ability to present and cross-examine expert witnesses) and experience, and a keen interest in specializing in the firm's energy and public utility law practice area are especially encouraged to apply.

The candidate must have strong analytical, writing, legal research and oral advocacy skills.

This firm has a broad-based civil practice and represents a wide range of clients, from Fortune 500 companies to closely held businesses, as well as governmental entities, nonprofit organizations, and individuals. Many firm clients are entrepreneurs engaged in high technology businesses, real estate ventures, and expanding professional groups.

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