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Energy & Infrastructure Senior Associate
The candidate will work well in a highly collaborative team environment and be comfortable tackling new, cutting edge issues. Will assume significant responsibility, work directly with clients and be an integral member of a vibrant team.
Energy Projects Attorney
Candidate must have a JD Degree and be licensed to practice in the District of Columbia. Should have excellent academic credentials. Must have 1-3 years of experience structuring, negotiating and documenting corporate transactions, including acquisitions, divestitures and mergers, and demonstrated interest or experience in the development of energy projects. Superior organizational, writing, and communication skills are required.
Global Projects Associate
The candidate should have 5 years of energy industry experience, with a focus on project finance, including renewables, midstream and LNG projects. Additional experience with project development and M&A are a plus. Will have attained a high level of academic achievement; will have solid big law firm experience, as well as strong writing and communication skills.
Corporate and Financial Services Litigation and Regulation Associate
The candidate should have 3-5 years of experience at a major law firm. Work in electric, oil, or gas, exposure to FERC, and knowledge of CFTC investigations strongly preferred.
Mid Level Energy Programs Legal Advisor
The candidate will support and participate in client requirements to enable the Federal Agencyâ€™s Energy Programs to respond to a broad range of Agency priorities, including post-disaster and post-conflict recovery, economic growth and poverty reduction, regional security, and environmental stewardship for the Agencyâ€™s Bureau for Economic Growth, Education, and Environment (""E3""). Will provide ready access to technical...
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Global Projects Associate
The candidate must have District of Columbia Bar membership or ability to waive into the D.C. Bar. Should have 2-4 years of energy industry experience (power, LNG, or upstream), midstream or downstream with particular emphasis on project finance, Mu0026A and/ or project development. Solid big law firm experience, as well as strong writing and communication skills.
Junior - level Attorney - Energy
The candidate should have have relevant regulatory experience and a strong interest in participating in administrative hearings before a federal regulatory agency. Must have litigation or judicial clerkship experience are welcome. Must possess excellent academic credentials as well as strong organizational, writing, and analytical skills. Values collegiality and diversity among their lawyers and seek to make the practice both professionally...
Global Projects & Finance/Renewable Energy Associate
The candidate should have 3 years of finance or general corporate experience. Project finance or renewable energy experience preferred. Stellar academic credentials and major law firm experience required.
Staff Attorney, Gas
The candidate will focus on challenging proposed gas-fired power plants and related infrastructure to help ensure that as coal plants retire they are replaced with clean energy, rather than new gas capacity. Will be tasked with advancing and expanding Firm current gas docket, especially in the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic regions, primarily through increased engagement in state public utility commissions that oversee resource planning and cost recovery by r...
Mid to Senior Energy Regulatory and Enforcement Associate
The candidate should have experience at a major law firm. Work in electric, oil, or gas, exposure to FERC, and knowledge of CFTC investigations strongly preferred.