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Trainee Competition Lawyer Antitrust
Brussels

The Brussels office of Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP has an immediate opening for a Trainee Lawyer for a six-month internship.  

The successful candidate will primarily assist the attorneys of the Brussels office in working on competition law cases and support the attorneys’ various other competition law related activities.


QUALIFICATIONS: 


1. University degree in Law with strong academic merits; a master degree with a focus on competition law is a plus;
2. Experience as a trainee in a competition authority or a law firm, with a focus on EU competition law, is a strong asset;
3. Proficiency in English and good working knowledge of another language (e.g., French, German, Dutch);
4. Strong Internet research and IT skills, including Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel; 
5. Excellent organizational, research and communication skills (oral and written); 
6. Sense of initiative and also a team player.

WE OFFER:

1. A challenging, varied and responsible job with hands-on involvement in ongoing cases;
2. A competitive compensation package;
3. A pleasant, international work environment in a highly-rated competition law practice.

 
Arnold & Porter is an international firm with more than 1,000 lawyers working in 15 offices across the United States, Europe and Asia. We have more than 30 practice areas spanning a broad spectrum of legal practice, and our trainee lawyers have the opportunity to interact with experts across multiple fields and gain a wide range of hands-on experience . In addition, our attorneys and trainee lawyers are encouraged to participate in the Firm’s vibrant pro bono practice.

If you are interested in this position, we would be pleased to receive your application with a motivation letter, detailed CV and customary supporting documents.

Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP
Attention:  Mrs. Gracy Gréant
Rue du Marquis - Markiesstraat, 1
B-1000 Brussels
Or email to: Brussels-Recruiting@arnoldporter.com 
www.arnoldporter.com

Denver

Junior Patent Litigation Associate Intellectual Property
Denver

Job Number: 1313

Arnold & Porter is seeking junior patent litigation associates to join the Intellectual Property & Technology Practice Group in our Denver, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, or Silicon Valley office. 

The Intellectual Property & Technology Practice Group is made up of 140+ attorneys who advise clients along the life cycle of their most important assets—spanning patents, copyrights, trademarks, rights of publicity, trade secrets, and related issues. Our Patent Litigation team combines proven trial and appellate experience, strategic approaches, and technological knowledge to enforce and defend our clients' patent rights, particularly in the life sciences and technology industries. Attorneys work on matters for clients such as Adobe, Boston Scientific Corporation, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Crocs, GE, Google, Motorola, Nintendo, Novartis, Pfizer, and Samsung.

Qualified applicants for these positions must have a minimum of one year of prior work experience in patent litigation in district court and/or ITC proceedings; strong research, writing and analytic skills; an ability to work independently and creatively; as well as an ability to work successfully as part of a team. A degree in Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, Software Programming, or a related field is required.  Applicants with some degree of familiarity with software coding are preferred.  All applicants should have excellent academic credentials and references.

Applicants must currently be licensed, or currently eligible to become licensed, to practice law in the jurisdiction(s) where they apply.

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London

London International Abritration Clerkship
London

Job Number:  751

The London office of Arnold & Porter is pleased to invite applicants for clerkship roles in the International Arbitration group. 

Arnold & Porter’s International Arbitration group is one of the largest and most experienced in the world, as highlighted in Chambers USA, Chambers Global, Chambers Latin America, The Legal 500 US, The Legal 500 UK, Global Arbitration Review, International Legal Alliance Summit, and US News & World Report, among other publications.  Our group acts as counsel on international commercial arbitrations and investor-State arbitrations, representing both Sovereign States and investors, and is made up of a diverse mix of lawyers from a range of cultural and legal backgrounds.

Our London group is looking to engage motivated lawyers and law students who are interested in pursuing a career in international arbitration.  The program offers clerks the chance to work on market-leading arbitrations with a market-leading team, assisting counsel in preparing robust cases for determination by international tribunals.  Arbitration clerks will be paid a competitive salary and awarded a (non-renewable) three or six-month contract. 

Applicants for the International Arbitration Clerkship should have graduated from a law degree (or have completed the requisite steps to graduate), and although post-graduate qualifications and an academic or working knowledge of arbitration are an advantage, these are not required.  Applicants must be fluent in written and spoken English, and fluency in other languages is an advantage.  Applicants must have the right to live and work in the United Kingdom

Applicants for the Clerkship program should send a cover letter (the cover letter should indicate on what basis the applicant has the right to live and work in the United Kingdom), resume, and law school transcripts to the London Clerkship Committee. Should candidates wish to ask any questions before applying, they are encouraged to email: LDClerkship@arnoldporter.com.

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Los Angeles

Junior Patent Litigation Associate Intellectual Property
Los Angeles

Job Number: 1308

Arnold & Porter is seeking junior patent litigation associates to join the Intellectual Property & Technology Practice Group in our Denver, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, or Silicon Valley office. 

The Intellectual Property & Technology Practice Group is made up of 140+ attorneys who advise clients along the life cycle of their most important assets—spanning patents, copyrights, trademarks, rights of publicity, trade secrets, and related issues. Our Patent Litigation team combines proven trial and appellate experience, strategic approaches, and technological knowledge to enforce and defend our clients' patent rights, particularly in the life sciences and technology industries. Attorneys work on matters for clients such as Adobe, Boston Scientific Corporation, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Crocs, GE, Google, Motorola, Nintendo, Novartis, Pfizer, and Samsung.

Qualified applicants for these positions must have a minimum of one year of prior work experience in patent litigation in district court and/or ITC proceedings; strong research, writing and analytic skills; an ability to work independently and creatively; as well as an ability to work successfully as part of a team. A degree in Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, Software Programming, or a related field is required.  Applicants with some degree of familiarity with software coding are preferred.  All applicants should have excellent academic credentials and references.

Applicants must currently be licensed, or currently eligible to become licensed, to practice law in the jurisdiction(s) where they apply.

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Mid-Level Litigation Associates Litigation
Los Angeles

Job Number: 1216

Arnold & Porter is seeking mid-level associates to join the Litigation Practice Group in the Los Angeles office.
 
Our Litigation Practice is widely recognized for our successful record in sensitive, complex, and high-stakes disputes. Lawyers in our Litigation Practice Group have handled precedent-setting cases in virtually every major sector including Antitrust, Class Actions, Complex Commercial, Consumer, Environmental, Intellectual Property, Labor & Employment, and Product Liability. The Los Angeles office represents firm clients such as AT&T, Bayer, BP, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Google, and Honeywell.

Qualified candidates must have a minimum of two years of law firm litigation and/or federal district and/or appellate judicial clerkship experience. Candidates must have excellent academic credentials, written and oral communication skills, legal analysis skills, and references. Applicants must currently be licensed, or currently eligible to become licensed, to practice law in California.

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New York

Junior Patent Litigation Associate Intellectual Property
New York

Job Number: 1309

Arnold & Porter is seeking junior patent litigation associates to join the Intellectual Property & Technology Practice Group in our Denver, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, or Silicon Valley office. 

The Intellectual Property & Technology Practice Group is made up of 140+ attorneys who advise clients along the life cycle of their most important assets—spanning patents, copyrights, trademarks, rights of publicity, trade secrets, and related issues. Our Patent Litigation team combines proven trial and appellate experience, strategic approaches, and technological knowledge to enforce and defend our clients' patent rights, particularly in the life sciences and technology industries. Attorneys work on matters for clients such as Adobe, Boston Scientific Corporation, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Crocs, GE, Google, Motorola, Nintendo, Novartis, Pfizer, and Samsung.

Qualified applicants for these positions must have a minimum of one year of prior work experience in patent litigation in district court and/or ITC proceedings; strong research, writing and analytic skills; an ability to work independently and creatively; as well as an ability to work successfully as part of a team. A degree in Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, Software Programming, or a related field is required.  Applicants with some degree of familiarity with software coding are preferred.  All applicants should have excellent academic credentials and references.

Applicants must currently be licensed, or currently eligible to become licensed, to practice law in the jurisdiction(s) where they apply.

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Junior to Mid-Level Tax Associate Tax and Estates
New York

Job Number: 1404

Arnold & Porter is seeking a junior to mid-level associate to join the transactional tax practice group in our New York or San Francisco office. 

Arnold & Porter’s U.S. tax practice offers the full range of transactional tax planning services as well as providing counseling in risk management, and representation before the IRS and state and local tax authorities. In addition, our attorneys advise clients on new tax legislation and regulations, assist in the development of tax policy, and provide representation before Congress, the Department of the Treasury, and other governmental agencies.

Qualified applicants for this position must have a minimum of one year of transactional tax experience; strong research, writing and analytic skills; an ability to work independently and creatively; and an ability to work successfully and cooperatively as part of a team. Applicants who have had exposure to significant and innovative cross-border tax structures and transactions, including the U.S. tax aspects of inbound and outbound transactions, M&A, financing transactions, subchapter C and partnerships/joint ventures are preferred. All applicants should have excellent academic credentials and references.

Applicants must currently be licensed, or currently eligible to become licensed, to practice law in the jurisdiction(s) where they apply.

We are not accepting submissions from search firms for this opening. 

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Lead Attorney & Managing Director eData
New York

Job Number: 1429

Arnold & Porter is seeking a Lead Attorney & Managing Director to head our firm-wide eDiscovery + Data Analytics Group (“eData Group”), located in the Washington, DC or New York office.  
 
The Lead Attorney & Managing Director, eData Group (“Lead Attorney”) is a highly motivated and dynamic individual serving a key role providing e-Discovery and litigation technology leadership to the Firm. The Lead Attorney will directly manage the Director of Discovery Operations, e-Discovery Attorneys, and Advanced Analytics Specialists and have overall responsibility for the Firm’s eData group. The Lead Attorney, in coordination with the Firm’s eData Advisory Committee and Director of Practice Support Services, will lead key aspects of the discovery services function.  The Lead Attorney will focus on delivering attorney and client satisfaction, profitability, process improvement, employee development and innovation.  The Lead Attorney’s primary role is to establish defined e-Discovery strategies and defensible operating procedures to support Firm matters. 

At a Firm-wide level, this role takes ownership of developing protocols, procedures, defensible and repeatable processes and best practices, by administering, fostering, training, and advising members of the eData group and colleagues. 

The Lead Attorney will be responsible for the oversight and mentorship of the eData group and function, which includes departmental budgeting and financial management, strategic planning and execution, utilization of resources, workload allocations, development of best practices, leadership of staff, talent development, the overall quality in the delivery of e-Discovery services, innovation and growth, risk management, business development and departmental performance as it relates to increasing efficiency and profitability.

When appropriate, the Lead Attorney will be responsible for shepherding cases through the various phases of discovery, including the ultimate use of productions in depositions, motion practice and trials.  The Lead Attorney will advise and counsel clients and case teams on strategies, tactics and organization relating to discovery for complex litigation, regulatory investigations and other dispute situations, while maintaining up-to-date knowledge on relevant case law, regulations and technology (including analytic tools). 

This role will work closely with the Firm’s Managed Services Provider and participate in vendor selections, manage and develop document preservation plans, issue and track legal hold notices, prepare review protocols, oversee and direct review teams and, in some cases, negotiate with opposing counsel or argue discovery motions in court and spearhead the e-Discovery element of meet and confer conferences.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES 

  1. Define e-Discovery strategies and defensible processes, garner support for e-Discovery initiatives, and promote best practices within and outside the Firm; work with clients to build trust and instill confidence.
  2. Establish quality systems to support Firm strategies, improve client service, and increase productivity; develop and enforce the use of standardized operating procedures, tools, templates, and guidelines.
  3. Consult with clients in conjunction with case teams for matter with significant discovery on appropriate discovery scope and strategy, technology, processes and implementing defensible discovery processes.
  4. Coordinate with attorney case teams to implement appropriate document review and production methodologies, create appropriate  workflows, understand client deadlines and allocate a budget for each project.
  5. Promote use of existing litigation technologies and best practices and educate and train attorneys, paralegals and clients about use of same.
  6. Perform and supervise the most complex e-Discovery analysis handled by the firm.
  7. Work with litigation group leaders to enhance and promote internal communication and meet the growing need for collaboration.  Market the capabilities of the e-Discovery +Data Analytics Group, expanding the use of its services on litigation cases and contributing to business development.
  8. Perform supervisory duties (coaching, performance evaluations, training, corrective actions, etc.) associated with leading a team of litigation case support professionals focusing on team development, education and training.
  9. Ensure that client matters are adequately and efficiently staffed and that deadlines are met by providing project management supervision for complex litigation discovery processes and identifying opportunities to enhance services, improve efficiency, and optimize supporting technology.
  10. Investigate and resolve project complaints as well as facilitate solutions and respond to questions regarding basic functionality of e-Discovery Review platforms and Analytic tools.
  11. Maintain contact and keep abreast of all new technological developments pertaining to litigation support technology and services and work directly with IT through budgeting and assessment processes, to continuously improve our approach.
  12. Identify and maintain preferred vendor relationships for outside support and advocate and promote use of third party provided software platforms in enhancing client relations.
  13. Establish internal guidelines, policies and procedures related to internal litigation protocols (e.g., preservation notices and document collection), working with appropriate firm management for support and implementation.
  14. Other duties as assigned.

    QUALIFICATIONS  
    Qualified applicants for this position must have a law degree, 10+ years of experience in law firm or in-house legal department as well as extensive hands-on experience developing and implementing e-Discovery strategies and programs for complex litigation. Experience leading an e-Discovery group is preferred. The ideal candidate will possess a hands-on approach, strong consulting and legal project management skills, and focus on generating results while exhibiting the highest level of personal and professional integrity. All applicants should have excellent academic credentials and references.

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San Francisco

Junior Patent Litigation Associate Intellectual Property
San Francisco

Job Number: 1310

Arnold & Porter is seeking junior patent litigation associates to join the Intellectual Property & Technology Practice Group in our Denver, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, or Silicon Valley office. 

The Intellectual Property & Technology Practice Group is made up of 140+ attorneys who advise clients along the life cycle of their most important assets—spanning patents, copyrights, trademarks, rights of publicity, trade secrets, and related issues. Our Patent Litigation team combines proven trial and appellate experience, strategic approaches, and technological knowledge to enforce and defend our clients' patent rights, particularly in the life sciences and technology industries. Attorneys work on matters for clients such as Adobe, Boston Scientific Corporation, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Crocs, GE, Google, Motorola, Nintendo, Novartis, Pfizer, and Samsung.

Qualified applicants for these positions must have a minimum of one year of prior work experience in patent litigation in district court and/or ITC proceedings; strong research, writing and analytic skills; an ability to work independently and creatively; as well as an ability to work successfully as part of a team. A degree in Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, Software Programming, or a related field is required.  Applicants with some degree of familiarity with software coding are preferred.  All applicants should have excellent academic credentials and references.

Applicants must currently be licensed, or currently eligible to become licensed, to practice law in the jurisdiction(s) where they apply.

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Junior to Mid-Level Tax Associate Tax and Estates
San Francisco

Job Number: 1405

Arnold & Porter is seeking a junior to mid-level associate to join the transactional tax practice group in our New York or San Francisco office. 

Arnold & Porter’s U.S. tax practice offers the full range of transactional tax planning services as well as providing counseling in risk management, and representation before the IRS and state and local tax authorities. In addition, our attorneys advise clients on new tax legislation and regulations, assist in the development of tax policy, and provide representation before Congress, the Department of the Treasury, and other governmental agencies.

Qualified applicants for this position must have a minimum of one year of transactional tax experience; strong research, writing and analytic skills; an ability to work independently and creatively; and an ability to work successfully and cooperatively as part of a team. Applicants who have had exposure to significant and innovative cross-border tax structures and transactions, including the U.S. tax aspects of inbound and outbound transactions, M&A, financing transactions, subchapter C and partnerships/joint ventures are preferred. All applicants should have excellent academic credentials and references.

Applicants must currently be licensed, or currently eligible to become licensed, to practice law in the jurisdiction(s) where they apply.

We are not accepting submissions from search firms for this opening. 

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Silicon Valley

Junior Patent Litigation Associate Intellectual Property
Silicon Valley

Job Number: 1311

Arnold & Porter is seeking junior patent litigation associates to join the Intellectual Property & Technology Practice Group in our Denver, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, or Silicon Valley office. 

The Intellectual Property & Technology Practice Group is made up of 140+ attorneys who advise clients along the life cycle of their most important assets—spanning patents, copyrights, trademarks, rights of publicity, trade secrets, and related issues. Our Patent Litigation team combines proven trial and appellate experience, strategic approaches, and technological knowledge to enforce and defend our clients' patent rights, particularly in the life sciences and technology industries. Attorneys work on matters for clients such as Adobe, Boston Scientific Corporation, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Crocs, GE, Google, Motorola, Nintendo, Novartis, Pfizer, and Samsung.

Qualified applicants for these positions must have a minimum of one year of prior work experience in patent litigation in district court and/or ITC proceedings; strong research, writing and analytic skills; an ability to work independently and creatively; as well as an ability to work successfully as part of a team. A degree in Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, Software Programming, or a related field is required.  Applicants with some degree of familiarity with software coding are preferred.  All applicants should have excellent academic credentials and references.

Applicants must currently be licensed, or currently eligible to become licensed, to practice law in the jurisdiction(s) where they apply.

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Washington, DC

Junior Government Contracts Associate Government Contracts and National Security
Washington, DC

Job Number: 1408

Arnold & Porter’s Government Contracts & National Security Practice Group is seeking a junior associate for the Washington, D.C. office.

Arnold & Porter's highly regarded, full-service Government Contracts practice helps clients navigate the unique statutory and regulatory constraints and other challenges confronting firms selling to government customers. The Firm represents a broad spectrum of domestic and international government contractors, from start-ups to FORTUNE 100 companies, including not-for-profit organizations. Our clients operate across the vast array of industries supporting the government: aerospace and defense, information technology, professional services, telecommunications, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, insurance, manufacturing, financial services, life sciences, and others.

Qualified applicants for this position must have a minimum of  one year of prior legal experience in the field and have demonstrated interest in government contacts law; strong research, writing and analytic skills; an ability to work independently and creatively; and an ability to work successfully as part of a team.  Applicants with experience as a judicial clerk for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit or the Court of Federal Claims are preferred, as is academic training in government contracts law.  All applicants should have excellent academic credentials and references.

Applicants must currently be licensed, or currently be eligible to become licensed, to practice law in Washington, D.C.

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Junior to Mid-Level Appellate Associate Appellate and Supreme Court
Washington, DC

Job Number: 1427 

Arnold & Porter’s Appellate and Supreme Court Practice Group is seeking a junior to mid-level litigation associate for the Washington, DC office.

 

Arnold & Porter’s Appellate and Supreme Court group is consistently ranked as one of the nation’s top appellate practices and has established a reputation for aggressively and successfully handling high-stakes, precedent-setting appeals that protect our clients’ interests across a wide range of legal areas.  In the past five years alone, our attorneys have won numerous landmark Supreme Court cases securing religious freedom, state sovereignty, tax fairness, and parental rights. 

 

Qualified applicants for this position must have recent judicial clerkship experience from the Supreme Court of the United States; strong research, writing and analytic skills; an ability to work independently and creatively; and an ability to work successfully as part of a team.  All applicants should have excellent academic credentials and references.

 

Applicants must currently be licensed, or currently eligible to become licensed, to practice in Washington, DC.

 

We are not accepting submissions from search firms for this opening.


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Lead Attorney & Managing Director eData
Washington, DC

Job Number: 1428

Arnold & Porter is seeking a Lead Attorney & Managing Director to head our firm-wide eDiscovery + Data Analytics Group (“eData Group”), located in the Washington, DC or New York office.  
 
The Lead Attorney & Managing Director, eData Group (“Lead Attorney”) is a highly motivated and dynamic individual serving a key role providing e-Discovery and litigation technology leadership to the Firm. The Lead Attorney will directly manage the Director of Discovery Operations, e-Discovery Attorneys, and Advanced Analytics Specialists and have overall responsibility for the Firm’s eData group. The Lead Attorney, in coordination with the Firm’s eData Advisory Committee and Director of Practice Support Services, will lead key aspects of the discovery services function.  The Lead Attorney will focus on delivering attorney and client satisfaction, profitability, process improvement, employee development and innovation.  The Lead Attorney’s primary role is to establish defined e-Discovery strategies and defensible operating procedures to support Firm matters. 

At a Firm-wide level, this role takes ownership of developing protocols, procedures, defensible and repeatable processes and best practices, by administering, fostering, training, and advising members of the eData group and colleagues. 

The Lead Attorney will be responsible for the oversight and mentorship of the eData group and function, which includes departmental budgeting and financial management, strategic planning and execution, utilization of resources, workload allocations, development of best practices, leadership of staff, talent development, the overall quality in the delivery of e-Discovery services, innovation and growth, risk management, business development and departmental performance as it relates to increasing efficiency and profitability.

When appropriate, the Lead Attorney will be responsible for shepherding cases through the various phases of discovery, including the ultimate use of productions in depositions, motion practice and trials.  The Lead Attorney will advise and counsel clients and case teams on strategies, tactics and organization relating to discovery for complex litigation, regulatory investigations and other dispute situations, while maintaining up-to-date knowledge on relevant case law, regulations and technology (including analytic tools). 

This role will work closely with the Firm’s Managed Services Provider and participate in vendor selections, manage and develop document preservation plans, issue and track legal hold notices, prepare review protocols, oversee and direct review teams and, in some cases, negotiate with opposing counsel or argue discovery motions in court and spearhead the e-Discovery element of meet and confer conferences.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES 

  1. Define e-Discovery strategies and defensible processes, garner support for e-Discovery initiatives, and promote best practices within and outside the Firm; work with clients to build trust and instill confidence.
  2. Establish quality systems to support Firm strategies, improve client service, and increase productivity; develop and enforce the use of standardized operating procedures, tools, templates, and guidelines.
  3. Consult with clients in conjunction with case teams for matter with significant discovery on appropriate discovery scope and strategy, technology, processes and implementing defensible discovery processes.
  4. Coordinate with attorney case teams to implement appropriate document review and production methodologies, create appropriate  workflows, understand client deadlines and allocate a budget for each project.
  5. Promote use of existing litigation technologies and best practices and educate and train attorneys, paralegals and clients about use of same.
  6. Perform and supervise the most complex e-Discovery analysis handled by the firm.
  7. Work with litigation group leaders to enhance and promote internal communication and meet the growing need for collaboration.  Market the capabilities of the e-Discovery +Data Analytics Group, expanding the use of its services on litigation cases and contributing to business development.
  8. Perform supervisory duties (coaching, performance evaluations, training, corrective actions, etc.) associated with leading a team of litigation case support professionals focusing on team development, education and training.
  9. Ensure that client matters are adequately and efficiently staffed and that deadlines are met by providing project management supervision for complex litigation discovery processes and identifying opportunities to enhance services, improve efficiency, and optimize supporting technology.
  10. Investigate and resolve project complaints as well as facilitate solutions and respond to questions regarding basic functionality of e-Discovery Review platforms and Analytic tools.
  11. Maintain contact and keep abreast of all new technological developments pertaining to litigation support technology and services and work directly with IT through budgeting and assessment processes, to continuously improve our approach.
  12. Identify and maintain preferred vendor relationships for outside support and advocate and promote use of third party provided software platforms in enhancing client relations.
  13. Establish internal guidelines, policies and procedures related to internal litigation protocols (e.g., preservation notices and document collection), working with appropriate firm management for support and implementation.
  14. Other duties as assigned.

    QUALIFICATIONS  
    Qualified applicants for this position must have a law degree, 10+ years of experience in law firm or in-house legal department as well as extensive hands-on experience developing and implementing e-Discovery strategies and programs for complex litigation. Experience leading an e-Discovery group is preferred. The ideal candidate will possess a hands-on approach, strong consulting and legal project management skills, and focus on generating results while exhibiting the highest level of personal and professional integrity. All applicants should have excellent academic credentials and references.

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Leasing Associate Real Estate
Washington, DC

Job Number: 1136

The Washington office is seeking an associate for the Real Estate Practice Group who would primarily focus on leasing transactions including: office leases, retail leases and leasing in the context of corporate transactions. 

With over 60 lawyers across the firm’s U.S. offices, the Real Estate Practice Group is involved in a wide range of transactions, including development, equity financing, debt financing, purchases and sales, public/private partnerships and leasing.

The Real Estate Practice Group in the Washington, DC office includes 15 lawyers and is ranked in the highest tier by Chambers.  The group has worked on some of the largest private sector leases in the Washington, DC region, which incorporate development, construction and financing aspects.

Qualified candidates for this position must have a minimum of four years of experience, which must include substantial experience working on leasing matters.  All applicants should have excellent academic credentials and references.

Candidates must currently be licensed, or currently eligible to become licensed, to practice in Washington, DC.

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Leasing Staff Attorney Real Estate
Washington, DC

Job Number: 1137

The Washington office is seeking a staff attorney for the Real Estate Group who would primarily focus on leasing transactions including: office leases, retail leases and leasing in the context of corporate transactions. 

With over 60 lawyers across the firm’s U.S. offices, the Real Estate Practice Group is involved in a wide range of transactions, including development, equity financing, debt financing, purchases and sales, public/private partnerships and leasing.

The Real Estate Practice Group in the Washington, DC office includes 15 lawyers and is ranked in the highest tier by Chambers.  The group has worked on some of the largest private sector leases in the Washington, DC region, which incorporate development, construction and financing aspects.

Qualified candidates for this position must have a minimum of four years of experience, which must include substantial experience working on leasing matters.  All applicants should have excellent academic credentials and references.

Candidates must currently be licensed, or currently eligible to become licensed, to practice in Washington, DC.

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Mid-Level White Collar Associate Litigation
Washington, DC

Job Number: 1431

Arnold & Porter’s White Collar Defense Practice Group is seeking a mid-level associate for the Washington, DC office. 
 
Arnold & Porter’s experienced White Collar Defense practice represents individuals and leading public and private corporations, both US and international, in all areas of white collar defense work, including internal investigations; government investigations, enforcement actions (e.g., grand jury investigations, federal agency enforcement (SEC, FDA, DOJ, etc.) and related litigation (e.g., qui tam litigation under the False Claims Act); congressional investigations; crisis management; corporate governance; compliance counseling; trial; and appeal. We have substantial experience with both civil and criminal proceedings. In representing clients in connection with white collar investigation and litigation matters, our firm draws upon its own substantial civil litigation and regulatory counseling experience, including the prior government experience of many of our attorneys. 
 
Qualified applicants for this position must have a minimum of 4 years of prior legal experience in white collar criminal defense matters, internal investigations, litigation, and/or corporate compliance matters; strong research, writing and analytic skills; an ability to work independently and creatively; and an ability to work successfully as part of a team. Applicants with a background in False Claims Act investigations and litigation are preferred.  All applicants should have excellent academic credentials and references.
 
Applicants must currently be licensed, or currently eligible to become licensed, to practice in Washington, DC.

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