The Associate General Counsel works within the Office of General Counsel (OGC) and is responsible for assisting the General Counsel in handling the legal affairs of the Institution. Provide counsel on wide array of legal, policy, ethical and reputational issues. The Associate General Counsel (AGC) shall assist the OGC in: (i) supporting the work of the Institution through facilitating the legal and ethical pursuit of its objectives; (ii) proactively managing risk to the Institution through policy development, education and enforcement and risk assessment and management; and (iii) serving as a resource to various Brookings stakeholders.
Juris Doctor from an American Bar Association accredited law school. Minimum four years of legal experience. Experience with an Am Law 200 international law firm preferred. Must be licensed to practice law in the District of Columbia or eligible to waive into DC to practice.