Provide litigation support to a government client, including legal research and writing regarding issues of procurement law, policy, and procedures. Assist the DoD client with providing accurate, timely, helpful, and ethical legal or policy advice and counsel covering a wide range of topics, including ethics, acquisition, fiscal, and other areas of law. Research while considering the relevant facts, including identifying legal issues across applicable statutory and regulatory schemes, correctly applying law to facts, and identifying solutions. Analyze the drafting phase of various legal documents and research that helps the client draft proposed legislation, including developing their position on pending legislation and executive orders, preparing DoD reports to Congress on legislative proposals, and advising on the implementation of new statutes. Review various documents, including memoranda of understanding and acquisition documents to identify issues.
- Ability to perform complex legal analysis
- Ability to work within many different areas of law, including acquisition and fiscal law, intellectual property, environmental law, laws regarding the Privacy Act and Freedom of Information Act, and federal ethics regulations
- Ability to draft legal research summaries and other legal documents which are clear, concise, logically constructed, and based on thorough analysis and sound reasoning
- Ability to obtain a security clearance
- BA or BS degree
Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.
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