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Organization TypeLaw Firm
Years of Experience
Date Last Verified
ProfileGovernment Investigations/White Collar Associate The candidate will support and work directly with numerous partner-level litigators handling government investigations and white-collar criminal litigation. Legal research, drafting motions and correspondence, discovery and other case management responsibilities, and witness interviews.
Qualification and Experience
Qualifications: A JD Degree from an accredited law school and a strong academic record. Preference given to the top 20% of graduating class or GPA of 3.5 and above. Must be admitted to a US state bar and be in good standing. Admission to the District of Columbia is expected if not currently admitted. 3+ years of current experience working in a law firm or government agency with white collar government investigations experience involving fraud, securities violations or other criminal matters. Experienced in all substantive areas of complex government investigations and white collar criminal litigation including: legal research, written discovery, depositions, motions practice (discovery, dispositive and trial related motions), client and witness interviews, and trial preparation. Experience/working knowledge of federal criminal and civil procedure. A background in business consulting, finance, economics or accounting is plus. Strong organizational, reasoning and research skills; excellent written and verbal communication abilities; good judgment; attention to detail; initiative. Flexibility, composure and the ability to prioritize and handle urgent tasks and requests simultaneously with a high level of competence and accuracy; the ability to remain composed and professional under stressful circumstances; commitment to ethical and confidentiality requirements; strong client service skills. Ability to work without constant supervision, demonstrating initiative in seeking work and managing work load; active in formulating and recommending projects or alternative ways to complete projects that will benefit the case/client.