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Posted: Wed Jan 24 2024

Attorney - Public Disclosures

Per Hour

Legal Staffing

Consilio is currently seeking an Administrative Law and/or Litigation Attorney in Washington to support a public entity client. This role is a long-term, part-time (10-20 hours a week, depending on client needs) position. Qualified candidates should have at least three years of experience practicing in state or federal adjudicatory proceedings. Attorneys will handle adjudicatory proceedings when complaints or conflicts of interest arise under the public entity's purview, assisting the enforcement of the Fair Campaign Practices Act. The public entity is tasked with governing the regulation and reporting of election campaign financing activities, reporting of officials' personal financial affairs, and reporting of lobbying activities.

Representation involves working with staff investigators and general counsel on preparing the report of investigation, charging documents, and other filings. Specific duties include: prosecuting cases in a timely manner; attending scheduled hearings and negotiations; communicating with all relevant parties; and drafting motions, orders, and other procedural and substantive documents on behalf of the public entity at the general counsel's direction.


  • Licensed, active, and in good standing in the state of Washington.
  • 3+ years of relevant experience representing public entities, including state and local agencies, in state or federal administrative adjudicatory proceedings.
  • Must be able to provide proof demonstrating three years of experience practicing in state or federal administrative adjudicatory proceedings.
  • Must have demonstrated knowledge and understanding of election and campaign finance law.
  • Role can be remote but applicant must reside in Washington.
  • Desire and ability to commit to a long-term, part-time assignment.
  • Desire and ability to be available weekly on an "as needed" basis for regular communication with all parties; scheduled proceedings, meetings, and hearings; and preparation of any written documents issued by the public entity.
  • Excellent writing and communication skills.
  • Ability to interpret and execute public policy.
  • Currently not representing any political party or election campaign.