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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.
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks commercial litigation attorney with 2-3 years of experience. The candidate will be working on commercial litigation and real estate litigation matters. Will be responsible for managing a large caseload, drafting pleadings, briefs and motions, preparing witnesses, taking and defending depositions and trial work. Must be admitted to practice in DC, and familiar with the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure or the Superior Court civil ru...
Responsibilities: Draft and review pleadings for state and federal courts. Attend hearings. Communicate with clients. Handle a variety of matters in a high volume, fast paced office.
Rockville office of our client seeks attorney with preferably general litigation and real estate litigation experience. The candidate will draft and review pleadings for state and federal courts. Will attend hearings, communicate with clients. Must have interest in making regular and frequent court appearances. Must be MD Barred. DC Bar admission is a plus.
Litigation Associate Attorney
The candidate should preferably have some experience of private practice. Must have good written and oral skills, be a self starter, and detail oriented. Primary practice areas include general civil litigation, consumer law, family law, personal injury, landlord/tenant law, and debt collection. Must be admitted into the Bar in Virginia.