Ideally located office with conference room, high-speed internet and
other amenities for lease to share with other lawyers. Three minute walk
to Tenleytown subway. Must see to appreciate. (202)483-3500.
Judge Eugene Hamilton passed away on Saturday, November 19, 2011. He was 78 years old. Judge Hamilton served as Chief Judge of the DC Superior Court from 1993 to 2000. The judge was known not only for his intellect and leadership, but also for his commitment to foster children, as he and his wife opened their home to numerous children over the years.
Small, established D.C. litigation firm with very busy personal injury and public sector employment law practice seeks Associate
Heller’s attack on strong gun laws fails, in large part because of Brady Center testimony
Mistake: Failure to be knowledgeable of the Code provisions and Court Rules governing the matters in which they are practicing. We see far too many attorneys who are not aware of the tools available to them and their clients through the Code and Rules.
A new Brady Center report, “Missing Guns: Lost and Dangerous” shows that licensed gun manufacturers nationwide “lost” an average of at least 18 firearms every day over the last two and a half years, according to a Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence analysis of new data released in August by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF)
Personal injury firm seeks attorneys who want to be a part of a team dedicated to taking care of their clients. We have openings for entry-level attorneys and experienced litigators (2-5 years).
The District of Columbia Sentencing and Criminal Code Revision Commission seeks an experienced criminal lawyer to head its criminal code revision efforts. An announcement about this part-time position appears on the Commission's website at http://scdc.dc.gov/acs/cwp/view,a,11,q,649274.asp.