Supervisory Trial Attorney
Duties: Defends the District of Columbia and its officials and employees in complex civil litigation seeking injunctive and other relief that impacts substantially on executive level agencies. This includes class action and other systemic challenges to the services, practices, conditions and/or care provided by District agencies and departments, and challenges to their component operations; civil actions seeking to enjoin enforcement of or ot... read more
Duties: Serve as an attorney in the Office of the General Counsel handling moderate to complex legal matters. Review various legal documents and relevant case law to determine whether execution or non-execution of proposed actions is in the best interest of the Department and the District of Columbia government. Provide statement of reasons and drafts language necessary to obviate objections. Examine and analyze proposed orders, legislation and other legal... read more
The candidate serve as in-house counsel at the U.S. Chamber Litigation Center, managing a wide range of litigation and developing litigation strategies to advance public policy goals. Handle litigation in the U.S. Supreme Court and in other federal and state courts. Work with Chamber staff to identify key business cases. Liaise with case selection committees and prepare legal memoranda for review; retain outside counsel for litigation. Review and revise ... read more
Trade Attorney (Environment)
The candidate will be responsible for: Serves as an attorney in the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR). Represents the United States in arbitral panels in international fora, in particular panels formed under the USMCA. Provides expert legal analysis and advice on trade and environment issues, in particular with respect to the USMCA environment chapter and supporting the work of the USMCA Interagency Environment Committee for Monito...
Trade Attorney (Labor)
The candidate will be responsible for: Serves as an attorney in the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR). Represents the United States in arbitral panels in international fora, in particular panels formed under the USMCA. Provides expert legal analysis and advice on trade and labor issues, in particular with respect to the USMCA labor chapter and Mexico’s compliance with its obligations under the labor chapter of the USMCA, working closel...
The candidate should have 1+ year experience working as an attorney in a setting requiring them to independently manage a portfolio of projects or possess a demonstrated academic background in administrative law and regulatory procedure. (The Conference welcomes expressions of interest from lawyers who hold fixed-term positions—such as judicial clerkships and academic fellowships—that may not end in the near future.) Conduct legal research and writing,...
Trial Attorney/Civil Frauds
Duties: Represent the United States in civil matters filed under the False Claims Act and other federal statutes alleging fraud against the government, and in other civil matters concerning conflict of interest, bribery, and public corruption. Matters investigated and litigated by the Fraud Section emanate from complaints filed under the whistleblower provisions of the False Claims Act, agency referrals, and fraudulent schemes and trends identif...
Employment Law Attorney, GS 14 - 15
The candidate will defend the FBI throughout all phases of employment litigation, including class actions pending nationwide before the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Commission, the Merit System Protection Board (MSPB) and in ensuing appeal and whistleblower retaliation cases. Assist in representing the FBI in personnel-related litigation in U.S. federal courts and provide legal advice and guidance to the hig...
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FOIA Litigation General Attorney
The candidate will serve as legal counsel to the Agency in FOIA lawsuits brought in Federal court; state open records lawsuits brought in state courts; affirmative injunction litigation brought in Federal courts to prevent disclosure of Agency information and records by state and local agencies; and Privacy Act litigation regarding access or amendment requests. Work closely with the Civil Division of the Department of Justice and U.S. Attor...
Civil Litigation General Attorney
The candidate working in the Civil Litigation Units (CLUs) apply their expertise, skills, and education to act as legal counsel to the company and its employees in regard to a wide array of civil lawsuits, administrative claims, requests for testimony and documents, representation matters, and related areas. The CLU units coordinate the defense of civil actions filed against the company and its employees under the United States Constitutio...
The candidate will advise Senior Management Officials, Department attorneys, and the Assistant United States Attorneys about professional responsibility issues arising in their cases, investigations, and other work for the Department, including advising on high-profile, sensitive, and national security matters. Research and draft opinions regarding the application of the rules of professional conduct to the work of Department attorneys. Provide litigation ...
The candidate will work issues related to national security and interact with a wide variety of U.S. Government agencies, Congress, federal courts, and the private sector. Must have Juris Doctor (JD) degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Active bar membership from any of the 50 states, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, or the US Virgin Islands. At least a 3.0 GPA on a 4-point scale required. Should have 3+ years of in-house US Government agency FOIA liti...
The candidate will work on unique and challenging issues related to national security and interact with a wide variety of U.S. Government agencies, Congress, federal courts, and the private sector. Must have Juris Doctor (JD) degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Should have active bar membership from any of the 50 states, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, or the US Virgin Islands. Must have 3+ years of substantive civil or criminal litigation expe...
IG Senior Counsel
Duties: Use understanding of the Agency and its authorities, the Intelligence Community, and the applicable laws and statutes under which the Agency OIG operates to serve as counsel to the Audit, Inspections, and Investigations Staffs of the Agency OIG and as an advisor to the OIG leadership. Provide independent legal advice to the Inspector General and Deputy Inspector General on all legal issues that pertain to or arise from the functions and authoritie... read more
Attorney Advisor, GS 14-15
The candidate will provide legal services with a concentration in labor and employment law for a federal law enforcement agency with a special emphasis on administrative litigation before the EEOC, MSPB, FLRA, and arbitrators, as well as litigation support in agency-related cases to assistant U.S. attorneys and other department of Justice counsel who represents the agency and its personnel in all areas of federal litigation. Provide legal advice ... read more
Associate General Counsel Litigation
Responsibilities: Manage and oversee the Litigation Unit of the General Counsel. Supervise two or three Assistant General Counsels for litigation issues, and any additional paralegal or contractor support. Directly handle cases and litigation, as well. Supervisory and related managerial duties will occupy less than 25 percent of the incumbent's time. Creatively leverage new authorities granted to the agency (under the 2017 NDAA), some o... read more