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Construction/government Contracts Associate

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Organization Type

Law Firm

Job Type

Attorney

Years of Experience

2-5 yrs required

Location

Washington, DC

Date Last Verified

Nov 27,2017

Posted on

Sep 19,2017
Practice Area
Construction >> Construction
Government Contracts >> Government Contracts
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Construction/government Contracts Associate The candidate should have 2-5 years of private practice experience in construction and federal government contracting. Must have substantive bid protest and contract claim experience. Will involves construction litigation and government contracts matters primarily, but Should also be willing to assist in other complex litigation practice areas as needed.

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Review:

"Good Experience but Management Could Do Better"

Current Employee - Reviewed on October 26, 2017

My advice for management is to support your employees better and work together as a more cohesive unit instead of bickering about frivolous things.

Pros : Overall, my time at this law firm has been a good experience. My co-workers are very friendly and we all work as a team.
Cons : The biggest problem I have with the company is that there isn't a lot of room for growth. Also, the management is not always on the same page.
Current or former employee? : Current Employee

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