Job Details

Criminal Law Attorney in Washington, DC

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Company name

Network for Victim Recovery of DC

Organization Type

Public Interest

Job Type


Practice Area

Criminal Law

Years of Experience

Min 1 yrs required


Washington, DC

Date Last Verified

May 24,2018

Posted on

Mar 28,2018

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Staff Attorney The candidate will be assisting crime victims in DC with criminal legal advocacy, support. and representation. Will be providing civil legal advocacy and representation related to Civil Protection Orders for survivors of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and stalking. Offering Title IX assistance for campus survivors of intimate partner violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking. Working closely with firm’s case management staff to develop and deploy firm Outreach trainings. Maintaining accurate case records and responsibility for project specific grant reporting. Working closely with law enforcement agencies, schools, health and welfare agencies, and community partners. Representing firm within the victim services and legal communities. Continuing to grow and seek professional development opportunities for the position and organization; and performing other duties as needed. Must have moderate trial experience or have completed a judicial clerkship. Must possess a combination of education and direct service experience working with crime victims. Should have a demonstrated commitment to both public interest work and assistance to underserved populations. Should be a DC-barred attorney (or has a DC Bar application currently pending)—applicants who do not meet this qualification will not be considered. Direct victim services legal experience is required. Should have demonstrated knowledge and/or commitment to providing representation to survivors of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and stalking in Civil Protection Order proceedings. Demonstrated knowledge and/or commitment to providing representation for campus survivors of sexual assault, intimate partner/dating violence, and stalking seeking Title IX accommodations and campus student conduct hearing assistance is required. Must have strong oral and written communications skills. Knowledge of victim services available within DC is needed. Should have experience working for marginalized and underserved communities and crime victims; and A reputation for integrity, dependability, and professionalism.

Company info

Bridgette Stumpf
Network for Victim Recovery of DC
5321 First Place NE
Washington, DC 20011