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Litigation Attorney ? Federal Government (Washington)

Hire Counsel is seeking licensed attorneys for an Environmental and Natural Resources litigation project with The Federal Government in Washington, DC which is expected to start June 1, 2021.


Responsibilities Include:

  • Legal Research and Writing using Lexis/Nexis and/or Westlaw
  • Managing document review teams and use of Relativity
  • Communicating with trial attorneys, experts, and other client staff

Project Details:

  • Anticipated start date: 6/1/2021, once security clearance is obtained
  • Estimated duration: 6+ months
  • Hours: 40 hours per week
  • Location: Remote until government returns to normal operation but commutable to Washington, DC and able to go to office as needed
  • Pay rate: $39.16 - $47.00 per hour DOE

Qualifications:

  • Bar Admission, active and in good standing in any US jurisdiction
  • Must have 2+ years of progressively more responsible experience on litigation support projects
  • Working knowledge of federal and state court systems
  • Must be a US citizen and able to obtain a security clearance

Why join Hire Counsel?
Hire Counsel works exclusively within the legal sector and is recognized as a national leader in legal staffing. With over 32 years of experience, we are proud to have been recognized with these 2018 industry awards:

  • Best Legal Staffing ProviderUSA (CV Magazine)
  • Best Staffing Providers for Legal/Litigation Staffing (The Recorder)
  • Best of Legal Recruiters (Corporate Counsel)
  • Best Professional Recruiting Firms (Forbes)
  • Best Executive Recruiting Firms (Forbes)
  • 100 Leading Legal Consultants and Strategists (Lawdragon)

For more information about our benefits, referral bonus and opportunities, visit. www.hirecounsel.com


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  • do NOT contact us with unsolicited services or offers

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