Litigation Attorney/Counsel

Relman Colfax PLLC
Washington, DC
Jan 16, 2022
Jan 18, 2022
Full Time
About the Firm:Relman Colfax PLLC is a national civil rights law firm, with a litigation practice focused on combating discrimination and obtaining equity, including in the areas of housing, lending, employment, public accommodations, education, and police accountability. Our practice includes individual and class action lawsuits on behalf of plaintiffs who have experienced discrimination and harassment on the basis of race, national origin, color, religion, sex (including sexual orientation and gender identity), disability, age, familial status, and source of income.The firm also provides legal counsel to progressive financial institutions, Internet-based companies, housing providers, local governments, and nonprofits wishing to be industry leaders on civil rights compliance. We conduct internal investigations and provide counseling regarding consumer protection, privacy, lending, employment, whistleblower, and federal regulatory matters. Our practice also includes analysis and strategy regarding public policy issues and proposed legislation affecting civil rights.Relman Colfax PLLC offers unique opportunities for talented individuals who share our passion for social justice and litigation, enjoy an informal and collegial office environment, and bring to their work a commitment to excellenceThe RoleRelman Colfax PLLC is accepting applications for a litigation attorney or counsel position for its Washington, DC office.ResponsibilitiesThe Firm seeks applicants who have litigation experience. The associate or counsel will litigate federal and state court cases, investigate potential cases, prepare complaints, draft briefs on dispositive motions and other motions, handle all discovery including taking and defending depositions, conduct oral argument, and conduct trials. The associate or counsel will work in conjunction with the Firm's lawyers.Experience And QualificationsApplicants should have a demonstrated commitment to civil rights enforcement, strong academic credentials, superior research, writing, and verbal skills, and the ability to carry a varied caseload.Powered by JazzHRLkhteNaKoi

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