International Attorney Job Description

International Attorney-Advisor

The candidate will consult with foreign government officials, assess development needs and design and implement assistance programs. Should have 3 years of prior legal experience involving commercial or trade law or development; Prior experience working with foreign governments or international organizations is desirable; Fluency in Russian or another Slavic language; and be able to verify active bar membership in good standing in at least one U.S. jurisdiction.

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