Babcock & Moore, PLC, Trial Lawyer
Babcock & Moore, PLC, a civil litigation firm in Virginia Beach, seeks a Virginia-licensed trial lawyer for our insurance defense team. The perfect candidate is kind and friendly with a desire to make a difference, have a love for the courtroom and the legal profession, be self-motivated, detail oriented, with a fun-loving spirit and a sense of humor. Some courtroom experience is desired; familiarity with insurance coverages is a plus. We offer a great work family, flexibility, and a great benefits package. Email resume and salary requirements to Info@BabcockMoore.com.
Williams DeLoatche, Associate Attorney
Williams DeLoatche, P.C. is a growing statewide law firm with offices in Virginia Beach, the Eastern Shore of Virginia, Northern Virginia and Roanoke. This position is for the Virginia Beach office. We are seeking an Associate Attorney who is passionate about helping clients and can effectively collaborate with other team members. An attorney in this position works with and supports experienced attorneys in Personal Injury and General Civil Litigation cases. Experience is preferred but not required for the right candidate. Qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview. Salary + benefits negotiable upon experience and qualifications.
For more information, please visit wd-law.com.
Please send cover letter, resume and 2 references to: Heather, firstname.lastname@example.org
Williams DeLoatche, Senior Associate Attorney
Williams DeLoatche, P.C. is a growing statewide law firm with offices in Virginia Beach, the Eastern Shore of Virginia, Northern Virginia and Roanoke. This position is for the Virginia Beach office. We are seeking an experienced Associate Attorney who is passionate about helping clients and can effectively collaborate with other team members. An attorney in this position handles Personal Injury cases. 5+ years experience preferred. Qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview. Salary + benefits negotiable upon experience and qualifications.
For more information, please visit wd-law.com.
Please send cover letter, resume and 2 references to: Heather, email@example.com
Military Sealift Command Assistant Counsel
Command & Location
MSC – Norfolk, VA
The Navy and Marine Corps team offers innovative, exciting and meaningful work linking military and civilian talents to achieve our mission and safeguard our freedoms. The Department of the Navy Office of the General Counsel has been serving the Department since 1941 and is committed to developing innovative legal solutions to the business and other challenges facing the Navy and Marine Corps to enhance the war fighting capability of the Naval Service. You will find our attorneys stationed across the United States and worldwide, working with Navy and Marine Corps personnel wherever the Department’s business is conducted. DON OGC also offers a great place to build a career. Based on the DON OGC annual employee survey, DON OGC attorneys consistently report the highest marks for workforce collegiality, cooperation, and meaningful, high quality work.
There are anticipated vacancies for attorneys to serve as an Assistant Counsel within the Office of Counsel, Military Sealift Command (MSC) headquarters office located in Norfolk, VA. These positions will be located in Norfolk, VA. The MSC Office of Counsel provides legal services to MSC headquarters and field activities. MSC is a major Navy Command and the Navy component of the joint service United States Transportation Command. MSC is responsible for a variety of missions, including providing strategic sealift for the Department of Defense, direct fleet support to the Navy combatant fleet, and conducting special missions involving the operation of ships for Department of Defense components. MSC is unique in that it is both a fleet operational agency and a procurement activity. MSC operates a fleet of approximately 125 vessels including both Government-owned and privately-owned chartered dry cargo vessels, tankers, naval auxiliary ships, and special mission ships. MSC’s Government-owned ships are operated either by civil service mariners or contract operators who employ private sector mariners. The Office of Counsel has a varied workload covering the full range of the DON Office of the General Counsel (OGC) practice areas, with emphasis on federal acquisition law, civilian personnel law (CPL), maritime law, fiscal law, ethics and standards of conduct, and information law.
The anticipated vacancies will generally be in the federal acquisition, civilian personnel and administrative and general law practice areas, but successful applicants may be required to provide legal services across the full range of OGC practice areas relevant to the MSC mission. The positions have a full performance level of GS-14, but may be filled at the GS-11, GS-12, GS-13 or GS-14 level, depending on the qualifications of the successful applicant. To be eligible for selection at the GS-11 level, the applicant must have at least one year of professional legal experience or be a recent law school graduate with superior law student work or activities as demonstrated by: graduating in the top third of their law school class; work or achievement of significance on an official law review or journal; or a special high-level honor, e.g., winning a moot court competition, membership on the law school’s official moot court team, or membership in the Order of the Coif. To be eligible for selection at the GS-12 level, the applicant must have two years of relevant professional legal experience at the GS-11 (or equivalent) level or be a current GS-12 (or equivalent) attorney within the Federal government. Note that for GS-11 and GS-12 positions only, a second professional law degree (LL.M.) that required at least one full academic year of graduate study may be substituted for one year of professional legal experience. To be eligible for selection at the GS-13 level, the applicant must demonstrate more than two years of recent, substantial and relevant professional legal experience. To be eligible for selection at the GS-14 level, the applicant must have at least three and-one-half years of recent, substantial, and relevant professional legal experience. Among qualified applicants, preference is expected to be given to hiring the best-qualified applicant at the lower grade level for at least one position. The grade level offered will be based upon the successful applicant’s qualifications and funding availability. As noted above, it is anticipated that up to two vacancies may be filled from this announcement, depending on vacancies at the time of evaluation of the resumes and on qualifications of the applicants.
Applicants will be evaluated on (1) the depth, breadth and quality of their relevant legal experience; (2) their research, analytical and writing skills; (3) their oral communications skills; (4) and their interpersonal skills, including their ability to establish effective attorney-client relationships and work independently and as part of a team. Experience with the Department of the Navy and/or OGC is not required but may be considered a plus. Applicants with a record of making significant contributions to the advancement of the DON OGC or equivalent Office of the General Counsel or Law Firm/Office beyond the day-to-day legal practice are desired. The successful applicant must have graduated from a law school accredited by the American Bar Association; be an active member in good standing of the bar of the highest court of a State, U.S. Commonwealth, U.S. Territory, or the District of Columbia; and be admitted to practice before a state or federal court. U.S. Citizenship is a requirement of the position, and the successful applicant must be able to obtain and maintain a SECRET level security clearance. Occasional travel may be required.
Applicants must submit a resume, a cover letter that addresses the evaluation criteria for this position and their interest in the position; two brief legal writing samples (no more than 10 pages each) that demonstrate analytical and/or advocacy abilities (excerpts of larger pieces may be submitted); the two most recent performance appraisals with rating official narrative, if available; and the names and phone numbers of at least three references who may be contacted. Attorneys who have graduated from law school less than 5 years prior to the announcement closing date must provide a copy of their law school transcripts, including class rank. Current federal employees must also provide a copy of their most recent SF-50 form. Please redact social security numbers from any submitted documents.
Interested attorneys are encouraged to contact Mr. Mark Kallenbach at 757.443.1802 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Electronic applications should be sent to Mr. Mark Kallenbach at email@example.com. The subject line of the message should state the Personnel Notice Number. Hard copy applications are not being accepted at this time. Interested attorneys who had previously submitted applications under PN# 18-23 do not have to reapply again.
This Personnel Notice will close on February 27, 2023, at 11:59:59 PM EST, and applications must be received by this date and time to be considered. Please note that deliveries via U.S. Postal Service are often delayed and may cause the application to be untimely.
If the successful applicant is not currently a member of the Department of the Navy Office of the General Counsel, processing of the hiring action can only commence after submission of those items identified in the “Instructions for New OGC Attorneys” (see Careers section of www.ogc.navy.mil).
To ensure compliance with an applicable preliminary nationwide injunction, which may be supplemented, modified, or vacated, depending on the course of ongoing litigation, the Federal Government will take no action to implement or enforce the COVID-19 vaccination requirement pursuant to Executive Order 14043 on Requiring Coronavirus Disease 2019 Vaccination for Federal Employees.
NOTICE OF VETERANS’ PREFERENCE
There is no formal rating system for applying veterans’ preference to attorney appointments in the excepted service; however, the Department of the Navy Office of the General Counsel considers veterans’ preference eligibility a positive factor for attorney hiring. Applicants eligible for veterans’ preference must specifically claim such eligibility in their cover letter or resume and attach supporting documentation (e.g., DD Form 214, “Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty”) to their submissions.
Although the point-preference system is not used, applicants eligible to claim a 10-point preference must submit a Standard Form (SF) 15, “Application for 10-Point Veteran Preference,” and supporting documentation required for the specific type of preference claimed. (SF-15, which lists the types of 10-point preference and the required supporting documents, is available from the Office of Personnel Management Website at www.opm.gov.)
Not all veterans are preference eligible. For a summary of time periods, campaigns, and conditions that entitle an applicant to preference eligibility, please visit https://www.fedshirevets.gov/index.aspx, https://www.usajobs.gov/Help/working-in-government/unique-hiring-paths/veterans, and see the Veterans’ Preference Advisor, operated by the Department of Labor at http://www.dol.gov/elaws/vets/vetpref/vetspref.htm.
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If relocation expenses are a requirement, the applicant should state their requirement for this expense in the application package. Relocation expenses may be paid but are not guaranteed.
Norfolk City Attorney’s Office, Assistant City Attorney
The Norfolk City Attorney’s Office is seeking an Assistant City Attorney focusing on the representation of the Norfolk Department of Human Services in administrative and litigation matters. The attorney will represent the Department of Human Services in the Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court and Circuit Court, handle appellate matters in the Court of Appeals and Supreme Court of Virginia, and represent the Department in administrative appeals. The attorney will provide legal advice in connection with child abuse and neglect, foster care, and adult protective services. The attorney will be responsible for other duties as assigned, including, but not limited to, Freedom of Information Act requests, records requests, review of HIPAA rules and regulations, handling of subpoenas for witnesses and documents related to social service matters, review and preparation of contracts, interpretation and drafting of codes, statutes, regulations, ordinances, and policies, and provision of legal advice regarding the applicability of constitutional, statutory, and regulatory provisions to local governance and administrative issues. Duties may also involve representation of the Norfolk Community Services Board, the Norfolk Children’s Services Act Office, and other departments, boards and commissions as necessary.
Admission to Virginia State Bar preferred; pending admission considered.Trial experience, particularly in Juvenile and Domestic Relations Courtand/or social services matters, preferred. Position and salary commensurate with experience. Generous and comprehensive benefits package.Eligible new hires will be participants with the Virginia Retirement System (VRS).
Signing Bonus: This position is currently eligible for a one–time $5,000 signing bonus.
Applicants should submit a resume and cover letter addressed to: Heather A. Mullen, Deputy City Attorney, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail to the Office of the City Attorney, 810 Union Street, Suite 900, Norfolk, Virginia 23510.
Family Lawyer / Divorce Attorney, Toscano Law Group
Seeking a family lawyer / divorce attorney for small but growing and sought-after law practice in Virginia Beach with an excellent trajectory.
The law firm’s main practice areas are divorce and custody, state and federal criminal defense, Title IX and civil litigation. The successful candidate will primarily handle family law but growth into other practice areas is possible. The successful candidate will join a law practice that currently consists of three attorneys and five support staff.
Ideal candidates will have 3+ years of family law experience; ability to juggle multiple cases and complex legal issues at the same time; focus on delivering and communicating excellent customer results; and a team-orientation but work well independently.
Compensation is competitive and negotiable and will be based on a fee split and incentivize performance; benefits include health and retirement.
Although the firm recently purchased commercial property in Virginia Beach and opened an office in Corporate Landing Office Park, remote and hybrid work options are possible.
Contact email@example.com with interest. All inquiries will remain confidential.
Assistant City Attorney, Norfolk City Attorney’s Office
The Norfolk City Attorney’s Office seeks applicants for a newly created Assistant City Attorney position. The successful candidate will provide legal services to city departments, agencies, and City Council in a wide variety of practice areas particular to local government.
Areas of responsibility may include real estate development, general real estate,
leasing, land use, zoning, eminent domain/condemnation, government contract
compliance, construction contracts and claims, procurement, grant compliance
issues, and general business matters, including negotiating and drafting real estate
purchase and development agreements, leases, franchise agreements, and contracts,
and providing advice regarding and interpretation of contracts.
Areas of responsibility may also include general civil litigation, prosecution, and
enforcement of matters of interest to the city, including proceedings concerning
violations of city code, proceedings pertaining to regulatory matters, and other
Areas of responsibility may also include representation of various boards and
commissions, interpretation and drafting of codes, statutes, regulations, ordinances,
and policies, and legal advice regarding employment law, grants compliance, and the
applicability of constitutional, statutory, and regulatory provisions to local governance
and administrative issues.
Admission to Virginia State Bar required. Local government experience preferred. Position and salary commensurate with experience. Generous and comprehensive benefits package. Eligible new hires will be participants with the Virginia Retirement System (VRS).
Signing Bonus: This position is currently eligible for a one-time $5,000 signing bonus.
Applicants should submit a resume and cover letter addressed to: Heather A. Mullen, Deputy City Attorney, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail to the Office of the City Attorney, 810 Union Street, Suite 900, Norfolk, Virginia 23510
Attorney, Hook Law
Trust Officer, AMG NATIONAL TRUST
Virginia Beach, VA 23452
$80,000 – $140,000 a year – Full-time
Associate Attorney, Law Office of McCormack & McCormack
Law Office of McCormack & McCormack
Respected Virginia Beach criminal defense firm seeking to hire an associate attorney with position opening Jan 1, 2023.
The firm’s current main practice areas are state, federal and military criminal defense, with a small personal-injury caseload. The firm is located in the Lynnhaven area of Virginia Beach, but handles cases throughout Greater Hampton Roads. Two full-time paralegals and an office manager are on staff.
The ideal candidate will have 2-10 years criminal law and courtroom litigation experience, and must be able to thrive in a fast-paced environment with significant case-load. Prior military experience is desired but not mandatory. Associate responsibilities will include intake of new consultations, full handling of misdemeanor and felony cases from intake through disposition, conducting jail visits with incarcerated clients, and trial preparation for pending contested matters in circuit and federal court. While the primary practice focus will be on criminal defense, the associate would be encouraged to handle personal injury matters and potentially introducing a domestic relations practice to the firm, if desired.
The successful candidate will be provided a large fully-furnished office and support staff. Salary will be commensurate with experience, with possibility of performance-based bonuses, and benefits are included.
Contact email@example.com with inquiries and resume. All contact will remain confidential.
Assistant City Attorney, Norfolk City Attorney’s Office
Space For Rent, Virginia Beach Attorney’s Office
Virginia Beach Attorney’s office space for rent. Two offices and two paralegal stations available. Rent one or both. Conference rooms and reception areas included. Oceanfront, 317 30th street. Contact Robert Ruloff at Rruloff@srgslaw.com, or text 757 635 1888.
Civil Litigation Associate, Furniss, Davis, Rashkind and Saunders, P.C.
Furniss, Davis, Rashkind and Saunders, P.C., an A.V. rated insurance defense firm in Norfolk, seeks a civil litigation associate. The firm handles a wide range of civil litigation in state and federal court primarily for insurance companies and state and local governments. 1-3 years experience preferred, but not required. Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Associate School Board Attorney, School Board of the City of Virginia Beach Department of Legal Services
School Board of the City of Virginia Beach Department of Legal Services
Salary rate range: $93,704-136,587. Fulltime position with School Board benefits.
Duties: The Associate School Board Attorney will handle: student matters such as student discipline, student enrollment and records, truancy proceedings, special education, discrimination complaints, student rights; employee hiring, discipline, grievance and rights; review or drafting of contracts; administrative matters such as FOIA, FERPA, COIA; training staff on legal matters; assisting the School Board Attorney in researching and responding to litigation and other legal matters before the School Board and/or Superintendent and staff; other duties as assigned.
Required: A Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school and active membership in good standing in the Virginia State Bar; eligibility to practice law in the Commonwealth of Virginia and eligibility to be admitted before state and federal courts in Virginia. The recognized specialties for this position are complex litigation, public education law, administrative law, constitutional law, complex real estate or employment law, public finance law
For full job description and application Associate School Board Legal Counsel (sharpschool.com)
or go to the www.vbschools.com/employment/apply_now.
Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society of Eastern Virginia
Legal Aid Society of Eastern Virginia, a non-profit public interest law firm serving the poverty community in civil matters, seeks a staff attorney. A passion for justice and a commitment to poverty law is a must. Candidate must be sitting for the July 2022 Virginia State Bar Exam, a member of the Virginia State Bar or eligible to waive in as a
Virginia Legal Aid Counsel by having at least two years’ experience in good standing in another state bar.
Salary DOE plus excellent benefit package including Loan Repayment Assistance Program. However, entry level salary begins at $60,000. Must be a member of the Virginia State Bar or eligible to waive in as a Virginia Legal Aid Counsel by having at least two years’ experience in good standing in another state bar.
Email resume and writing sample to email@example.com. LASEV is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Seeking experienced civil litigation lawyer (5+ years) to work with one of our managing attorneys (Brandon Zeigler) on significant civil litigation and high-asset divorce cases. Candidates must have strong client management skills and be comfortable utilizing modern technology. Other musts: superior trial skills, first-chair experience, and a desire to excel in the practice of law. This is a perfect opportunity to gain superior knowledge and litigation experience while interfacing with significant clients. You will also have the freedom to develop an individual caseload. The position comes with excellent benefits and superior compensation based on production (i.e. the more you produce, the more compensation will be). To apply, investigate our firm website (www.pzlaw.com) and email our office manager, Deb Montagna at firstname.lastname@example.org with why you would be an ideal fit, including with your email a resume in .pdf format.
Devendorf Law Firm, Immigration Attorney
Devendorf Law Firm is seeking a Spanish speaking immigration attorney to work out of their building. Furnished office, reception area, high speed secure internet, office parking lots. Will provide referrals from my contacts. Provide resume by email to email@example.com along with other questions.
Senior Level Associate/Employment Law Counsel
Our Richmond office has the opportunity for an experienced litigation attorney to join the firm’s expanding Employment Law Practice. The candidate will be expected to perform all the duties of a traditional law firm attorney, with an emphasis on the ability to act as lead attorney in employment litigation matters. Duties include, but are not limited to, performing legal research, drafting of legal memoranda, motions, and pleadings, attending court conferences, handling discovery-related activities and investigations, drafting of position statements and dispositive motions, and counseling clients on employment-law-related matters. Jury trial experience is a plus. The right candidate will have a passion for employment law, strong analytical and writing skills, and an ability to relate to and inspire confidence with sophisticated business clients. This is a great opportunity for the right lawyer to join a national employment law practice in a tight-knit, collegial and team-oriented environment.
- To support the health and safety of our teams and work spaces, we require employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or to have received an approved accommodation based on medical condition or sincerely held religious belief or practice, or as otherwise required by applicable law. Please let us know if you’d like to discuss the policy or available accommodations before proceeding with our recruitment process.
- Juris Doctor. Qualified candidates must be and remain licensed to practice law and in good standing in Virginia. During employment, must meet requirements for continuing licensure for law practice.
- Candidates must possess 6+ years of employment litigation experience with demonstrated history of acting as lead attorney in handling matters.
- Excellent analytical, writing and communication skills are required.
- Jury trial experience is preferred.
Please note, we are not working with outside recruiters for this position.
To apply, please follow the link to upload your resume
Attorney Office Space To Share
Large partner size offices (2) with windows on ground floor and space for clerical staff, if needed. Newtown Road location near 64/264 interchange so convenient to all courts. Use of conference room, copy/fax machine included. Ample free parking. Perfect for young attorney or established attorney looking to reduce overhead. Client referrals possible. $850 per month.
Contact: Jeffrey C. Flax (757)499-9601 x 302