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ProfileAssociate Attorney The Candidate will be responsible for preservation and development and focuses primarily on advocacy, administrative/regulatory matters, and alternative dispute resolution. Assisting tribes with issues related to governance and administration as well as policy at the federal, state, and local level. Must have 2-4 years of work experience in historic preservation law, Indian law, and/or Section 106; familiarity with NEPA is a plus. Excellent academic credentials. Strong research, writing, and communications skills. Familiarity with principles of negotiation and alternative dispute resolution. Interest in policy and advocacy strategy. Demonstrated interest in cultural heritage preservation with ability to work well independently and in small teams and ability to help develop creative problem-solving approaches for clients. Should be Initiative and interest to help build our practice and participate in business development.
Cultural Heritage Partners, PLLC
1901 E. Franklin Street
Richmond, VA 23223