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Washington D.C. office seeks commercial litigation partner with 8+ years of experience and prior training from a large national law firm. The candidate should have deposition, hearing and trial experience required. Order of the Coif, Law Review or Clerkship experience is a plus. Should have portable litigation business.
The candidate will develop online resources and provide direct support and training for defense lawyers in a variety of practice settings throughout the US, with much of the work involving projects to aid in preventing and remedying wrongful convictions, with an emphasis on flawed forensic evidence. Will develop and maintain resources to provide assistance in all substantive and procedural aspects of criminal defense practice, expanding Association's exist...
Litigation Attorney - Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Economic Opportunity
Responsibilities: Litigates in federal and state courts nationwide to promote: the well-being of individuals 50 and older, with a focus on preventing, reducing, and alleviating poverty, particularly with respect to their ability to earn a living, and, as appropriate, other aspects of Foundationâ€™s income impact area, as well as the isolation, housing, and hunger impact areas; advocacy agenda...
The candidate must have clerkship experience to join their Business Litigation practice group as an associate on the Appellate team. Must have superior academic credentials and, ideally, will be completing or have recently completed a federal court appellate clerkship. Must have 1+ year of relevant clerkship experience in addition to excellent writing, research, analytical, and communication skills.
National Appeals Attorney
Candidate will represent clients in the prosecution of appeals before the Board of Veteransâ€™ Appeals (BVA) and advocate on behalf of veterans. Will include: Personally represent clients in the prosecution of appeals before the BVA, including extensive research and writing of appellate briefs and other substantive pleadings. Respond to written and telephonic inquiries from clients and perform administrative tasks necessary for the efficient ...
Responsibilities: Litigate cases at the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims and evaluate and mentor cases pending at the Board of Veteransâ€™ Appeals. For cases at the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, will include representing appellants before the Court, reviewing the administrative record, conducting legal research, and drafting legal memoranda and briefs. For cases at the Board of Veteransâ€™ Appeals, will include reviewing the administrat...
Junior Associate - Trial & Appellate Group
Candidate will work on matters that involve cutting-edge technologies being developed by a broad range of innovative individuals and companies. Must have strong academic credentials and excellent oral and written communication.
Duties: Provide intensive training in writing, legal argumentation, and medical record analysis. From there, thinking outside the box is a must. Will manage an ample case load of corporate health claims. This involves filing written appeals through administrative appeals processes to resolve problematic (e.g., underpaid or denied) medical claims for payment with health, governmental, and corporate health payers. Will perform: Review large volumes of medical record...
Junior to Mid-Level Appellate Litigation Associate
The candidate must have recent judicial clerkship experience from the Supreme Court of the United States or the United States Court of Appeals for its Appellate and Supreme Court Practice Group, which is consistently ranked as one of the nationâ€™s top appellate practices and has established a reputation for aggressively and successfully handling high-stakes, precedent-setting appeals. Must currently be licensed, or c...
Candidate's responsibilities will include federal appellate case management with a heavy concentration in persuasive brief/memo writing. Must have top grades from an accredited law school and possess exceptional written communication skills. Must already be admitted to the Bar in any jurisdiction in the United States. Must have 1-3 years' attorney experience. Appellate litigation experience is preferred.