Career Opportunities

New postings:

LAW STUDENTS: See below for information about a 2022 summer internship OGC’s Court of Appeals Litigation Group.

Older postings:

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Full Time Appellate Attorney at NVLSP

NVLSP seeks a full-time appellate attorney to serve as lead counsel in
representing appellants on appeals filed in the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.

The appellate attorney will be responsible for reviewing the administrative record,
conducting legal research, drafting legal memoranda and briefs, and conducting oral argument. Other responsibilities will include screening cases for appeal to the CAVC, making contributions to the Veterans Benefits Manual, mentoring other attorneys who represent appellants before the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, and assisting in other impact litigation as the organization’s needs dictate.

Qualifications and Experience: Attorney in good standing and admitted to practice law in any state; excellent research, legal analysis, and writing skills; and strong academic background. A minimum of 2 years of experience in veterans’ law is strongly preferred.

Opening/Closing Date: Available immediately; closes when filled.

Salary and Benefits: NVLSP offers a competitive salary commensurate with experience and a generous benefits program, with health insurance provided at no cost to employee. A retirement plan is also offered.

Applications: A resume, an independently drafted writing sample, salary requirements, and a list of three to four references should be e-mailed to personnel@nvlsp.org with the subject line of Appellate Attorney (CAVC).

VA Disability Attorney at Cameron Firm, P.C.

Candidates MUST have four or more years of CAVC and/or VA disability representation experience.

VA accreditation

CAVC Bar Admission

VBMS Access is a major plus

Responsibilities include:

Completing intakes and drafting statements in support of claims

Preparing for a client’s hearing by analyzing the cases and interpreting the laws.

Conducting pre-hearings with clients to review case information and advise clients of court processes.

Evaluating findings and developing strategies and arguments for case presentation.

Representing clients in court regarding their VA disability claim.

Assisting VA team members with questions and client concerns.

Attending hearings at VA Regional Office.

Required education: J.D. with Bar Admission to any of 50 states

Admission to Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims

Include cover letter and resume.

Bonuses will be added to pay for performance.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $85,000.00 + base, and up to $160,000.00 per year (after bonuses)