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The District of Columbia Board on Professional Responsibility (“D.C. Board on Professional Responsibility” or the “Board”) has exclusively retained Major, Lindsey & Africa to conduct a search for its Disciplinary Counsel to be located in Washington, D.C. Interested candidates please submit your resume and cover letter in MS Word to the recruiters managing this search, Deborah Ben-Canaan, Michael J. Herald, or to the MLA recruiter who contacted you about this position, or by submitting your resume to DisciplinaryCounsel@mlaglobal.com. The D.C. Board on Professional Responsibility is an equal opportunity employer.
Overview: Rule XI of the Rules Governing the District of Columbia Bar confers on the Board on Professional Responsibility the authority to adjudicate cases of attorney misconduct and disability, and the responsibility for administering the disciplinary system. The nine–member Board is appointed by the District of Columbia Court of Appeals and includes seven attorneys and two members of the public who volunteer their service. The Board’s administrative responsibilities include the oversight of the Board’s Office of Disciplinary Counsel.
Location: Washington, D.C.
Compensation: Competitive base with excellent benefits.
Experience: Attorney with a minimum of 15 years of relevant work experience.
Bar: Must be an active member of the D.C. Bar or eligible to become an active member.
Founded in 1982, Major, Lindsey & Africa (MLA) is the world's largest and most experienced legal search firm. Combining local market knowledge and a global recruiting network, MLA has earned recognition for its track record of successful General Counsel, Corporate Counsel, Partner, Associate and Law Firm Management placements. MLA also provides law firms and companies with highly-specialized legal... professionals on project, interim and temporary-to-permanent hire basis. Committed to providing full service in response to the talent needs of its clients, MLA also provides executive search services through its affiliate, Allegis Partners. With offices throughout the U.S., Hong Kong, London and Tokyo, MLA recruiters are dedicated to understanding and meeting client and candidate needs while maintaining the highest degree of professionalism and confidentiality. MLA considers every search a diversity search and has been committed to diversity in the law since its inception. For these reasons, MLA was voted "Best Legal Recruiter" by readers of The National Law Journal. To learn more about MLA, visit www.mlaglobal.com. To learn more about Allegis Partners, visit www.allegis-partners.com