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FERC Attorney

Exp.: 5+ Years
Since its founding in 1971, Duncan, Weinberg, Genzer & Pembroke, P.C., (DWGP) has provided a broad range of counseling, regulatory, litigation and legislative services to clients in every region of the country. The Firm's principal office is in Washington, D.C, with a second office in Sacramento, California. The Firm's practice includes energy and utility law, among others. The Firm has attained a prominent and highly regarded position in these practice areas by developing innovative approaches and achieving precedent-setting results for its clients.

DWGP seeks a highly motivated attorney with significant FERC or other energy regulatory experience to join the team. This full-time position is a great opportunity to join a well-established law firm, work in an exciting, fast-paced environment on cutting-edge legal issues, and work for a client base whose focus is providing consumers with reliable energy at affordable prices. Location is not limited to Washington, DC or Sacramento, CA; for the right candidate, the Firm will consider a “hybrid” of working remotely, including at one or both of the Firm’s locations. DWGP will offer a competitive salary commensurate with experience.

Required Qualifications:
  • J.D. degree and membership in at least one state bar
  • 5+ years of legal experience, including but not limited to at a law firm, FERC, state public utility commission, in-house for a city, municipal utility, or rural electric cooperative

Relevant Experience/Responsibilities may include some or all of the following:
  • Administrative litigation before FERC and/or state regulatory commissions (including research, drafting pleadings, developing strategy, settlement negotiations, administrative hearings, and appellate representation) regarding electricity and/or natural gas issues;
  • Contract negotiation involving transmission or generation services or assets, including renewable resources;
  • Representation regarding organized market developments, including energy, imbalance, and capacity market issues;
  • Review and development of electric and/or gas tariffs;
  • Advising with regards to NERC Reliability Standards compliance;
  • Municipalization, local law, tribal law, or not-for-profit matters;
  • Legislative/policy development and advocacy;
  • Government contracts, grant management and compliance; and
  • A variety of other matters involving energy, environmental, land use, or sustainability issues.

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