Executive Attorney DC Bar - İstanbulİstanbul 11-05-2016 19:57:12


This position is directly responsible for and leads and manages staff that:

  1. Prepares and reviews legal memoranda and provides legal advice to the Board and the Hearing Committees.
  2. Attends hearings and Board meetings.
  3. Provides assistance to Board and Hearing Committee members in the disposition of motions and the preparation of reports.
  4. Assigns formal charges, petitions for negotiated discipline and contested reinstatement petitions for review by a Hearing Committee. 
  5. Maintains records of proceedings before Hearing Committees, the Board and the Court.
  6. Represents the Board in court proceedings when designated by the Board, including arguing the position of the Board on appeal before the D.C. Court of Appeals. 
  7. Prepares training materials and organizes training programs for the Hearing Committees.
  8. Supports the Board’s Rules Committee in its consideration of proposed rules and comments filed with the D.C. Court of Appeals.
  9. Organizes and supervises preparations for the Board’s annual disciplinary conference.
  10. Recruits volunteers to serve on the Hearing Committees.
  11. Prepares the Board’s annual report and annual budget.
  12. Collaborates in the development of the Board’s technology programs.
  13. Represents the Board on the National Council of Lawyer Disciplinary Boards.    


  1. A JD from an ABA accredited law school.  Must be a member in good standing of the District of Columbia Bar.
  2. A minimum of twelve years of legal experience litigating complex civil and/or criminal cases at the trial and appellate levels.
  3. A minimum of five or more years of strong managerial experience in an office of comparable size. 
  4. Pragmatic leadership style with the ability to delegate, set expectations, motivate and mentor staff, including performance management and skill development.
  5. Ability to support and work productively with a wide variety of individuals in their adjudicative and management roles.
  6. Ability to write and communicate clearly, concisely and persuasively on complex legal and procedural issues.
  7. Excellent analytical and oral advocacy skills.
  8. Excellent judgment, problem solving and organizational planning skills.
  9. Ability to manage an active caseload, including identifying case management solutions.
  10. Proficiency in Microsoft Office.
  11. Ability to handle and maintain the confidentiality of highly sensitive information.