Washington DC law firm seeks DC licensed attorney with minimum of 5 years court room experience for busy general practice. Excellent benefits and work environment, salary commensurate with experience. MD and VA license a plus. Please email resume to email@example.com.
The Judicial Council of the Hispanic Bar Association of the District of Columbia is hosting an information session on how to become a D.C. Superior Court Magistrate Judge.
A memorial service will take place on June 2nd at 2 p.m. at the Adas Israel Congregation, 2850 Quebec St., N.W., Washington, D.C. 20008 (near the corner of Connecticut Ave. and Porter Sts., N.W.) for local attorney and friend of many, Sol Zalel Rosen.
Carr Maloney P.C. is seeking a litigation associate to join its busy asbestos practice.
Please note that the DWLR office will be closed May 11-15. We will still publish a newspaper each day but will be unavailable to answer phone calls, return emails or process payments. Please plan ahead accordingly.
$750/144 square feet.
1 Furnished Office in Northwest DC
Windowed office within suite of solo lawyer. Located at 4400 MacArthur Boulevard, NW. Includes utilities, wi-fi, and use of conference room and kitchenette.
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The District of Columbia Courts (the Courts) is seeking an experienced administrator, mission driven manager, and strategically-focused leader to serve as the Clerk of the Court for the Superior Court.
The Judicial Nomination Commission (the “Commission”) is pleased to publish the third annual update of the report of Commission recommendations made to the President of the United States, Presidential appointments to the District of Columbia courts, and the Commission’s designations of the Chief Judges for those courts. On October 31, 2011, the Commission published an historic report of Commission recommendations made to the President of the United States, Presidential appointments to the District of Columbia courts, and the Commission’s designations of the Chief Judges for those courts, with the commitment to update the report annually. The report relies on available records, including Congressional and Commission records, as well as notices published in the Daily Washington Law Reporter.
Please note that on the following holidays, the DWLR will not publish an edition of the paper.