Top litigation firm in Washington DC is seeking a mid-level (2-5 year) litigation attorney with excellent academic credentials. Experience can range from white collar, securities, commercial, patent, etc.
White Collar Litigation Attorney
The candidate must have 3+ years of experience from a top firm handling White Collar and Corporate Investigations. Should preferably have handled internal investigations, risk assessments, reviewing compliance and handling government inquiries. Must have very high academic requirements, top law school and top grades.
Government Investigations and White Collar Litigation Associate
The candidate should have 1-3 years of general litigation experience or experience as a federal judicial clerk. Excellent drive, interest in being challenged, academic credentials, and writing skills are required. Experience with complex litigation, federal criminal law, or investigations is a plus.
Government Regulatory Associate - International Trade with relevant experience including international trade litigation (antidumping, countervailing and safeguard investigations), international arbitration, export controls, sanctions policy, CFIUS, anti-money laundering, and/or international trade policy.
The ideal candidate will have excellent academic credentials, strong writing and analytical skills, and experience in white collar and commercial litigation. Should have 2-4 years of experience. A strong interest in joining an active trial practice and complex motion practice is preferred.
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General Counsel Investigator
Duties: Work with other professionals in the legal team to gather facts, analyze issues and recommend courses of action based upon results of investigation, including disciplinary action or third-party disclosures. Collaborate with other internal teams to counsel business leaders on enterprise-wide issues. Mitigate risk to the firm, and prevent loss of the firmâ€™s proprietary information.