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The Staff Attorney performs highly responsible tasks for the SVP and Assistant General Counsel. This individual works as an individual contributor or project leader for routine assignments, applies considerable experience and advanced professional legal knowledge to assignments and performs assignment independently.
Excellent research, writing, and analytical skills required.
Strong interpersonal skills, independence, creativity, judgement, initiative and work ethic.
In depth knowledge of various food and public health policy topics preferred.
Advise and counsel staff and leadership on issues and US and program country law.
Conduct legal or other research, develop and write memoranda, speeches, and articles, includes contracts with government entities, including officials and media.
Analyze laws, regulations, court rules, policies and policy proposals.
Support member sub-groups or advisory committees and coordinate with external constituencies
Provides legal assistance on legislative policy matters; providing advice and counsel on legal matters arising from the appearance of NRA witnesses before Congressional Hearings.
Advises NRA senior officials on legislative strategies; analyzing, coordinating and reviewing legislative proposals, bills and testimony.
Draft, review and negotiate strategic partner agreements such as MOU’s, NDA’s and trial agreements that support Product Development and go-to-market efforts.
.Works on special projects and other duties as required helping to promote groups success.
State bar membership ( must be a member of or be able to waive into DC Bar)
Minimum of 7-10 years experiences
Excellent written, verbal, analytical, interpersonal and organizational skills
Extensive knowledge and understanding of research, counsel and guidance on complex legal questions or inquiries.
Ability to quickly and effectively t analyze complex laws, regulations and the external risk environment and to succinctly and competently provide effective solution-based legal advice taking into consideration legal risk and business objectives.
Ability to effectively collaborate with colleagues and professional staff as well as client groups in providing legal
Essential Mental Requirements:
Must be able to maintain good rapport with all Association groups
Must be able to cope within a fast-paced work environment
Must be able to manage multiple projects with minimal supervision
Must be able to understand the importance of the position for the success of the business
The National Restaurant Association (NRA) is the largest foodservice trade association in the world*—supporting over 500,000 restaurant businesses. In partnership with our state restaurant associations, we work every day to empower all restaurant owners and operators to achieve more than they thought possible.
We represent and advocate for foodservice industry interests—taking on financial and ...regulatory obstacles before they hit our members’ bottom line. We provide tools and systems that help members of all sizes get significantly better operating results. And we offer the kinds of networking, education and research resources that are only possible because of our vast, and active, membership base.
We save our members time, money and headaches by helping them take on what matters most for their success and growth—whether that’s protecting their economic interests, sharing best practices, or getting them in front of emerging trends.
We strive to move our industry forward by finding answers to the tough questions, distilling complex information into practical knowledge and helping our members navigate the issues that can leave them in the weeds. And that makes us the go-to resource for smart, relevant intelligence that helps our members run their businesses better.
At the NRA, we believe that there is strength in numbers. When we come together as an industry, our collective voice is stronger and our impact is greater than when any of us stands alone. And that means our shared spirit of hospitality, passion for serving others and belief in the American entrepreneurial dream will be safeguarded and advanced.
*Largest foodservice trade association by membership.
Our shared vision with the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation
We will lead America’s restaurant industry into a new era of prosperity, prominence, and participation, enhancing the quality of life for all we serve.
National Restaurant Association Mission
We serve our members by advancing and protecting America’s restaurant and foodservice industry