R&C’s practice is not only highly complex and challenging, but it is also highly rewarding. The firm emphasizes a collegial team-based atmosphere, with professional goals that go beyond the billable hour and a healthy work/life balance.
A number of staff members have been with R&C for over 20 years, and the firm has won an award from Winning Workplaces, a nonprofit organization that fosters the creation of great workplaces. All staff are welcome to provide input into the operation of the firm—from participation in training sessions and working on focused committees, to hiring new staff.
R&C’s Washington, DC office is located in the Mount Vernon Triangle neighborhood, just east of the Washington Convention Center and easily accessible by metrorail and bus. The Nashville, TN office is in the heart of downtown Nashville within walking distance of many local attractions. The Columbia, MD office is situated on Little Patuxent Parkway, near many shops, restaurants and amenities, and just across the street from the Merriweather Post Pavilion, one of the DC area's premiere outdoor concert venues.
R&C is committed to providing equal opportunity recruitment and hiring practices and providing a non-discriminatory work environment to ensure that applicants applying to a position are treated fairly, equally, and without discrimination on any basis.
R&C is currently looking to fill the following position:
Reno & Cavanaugh, PLLC, a national law firm focused on real estate, finance, economic development, and affordable housing, is seeking a law clerk for its affordable housing and regulatory practice located in the Washington, DC, office. For over 40 years, Reno & Cavanaugh has developed into a nationally recognized advocate for public housing authorities and other organizations working to improve housing and economic opportunities in their community.
Ideal candidates will possess strong academic credentials, write and analyze well, and have an interest in real estate finance or affordable housing. Law clerks at Reno & Cavanaugh have opportunities for one-on-one work with experienced attorneys, document drafting, participation in client meetings and financial closings, and writing for posting and publication on affordable housing issues and concerns.
Interested applicants should send the following to firstname.lastname@example.org:
(1) Cover letter
(4) 5-10 page non-litigation writing sample*
* The writing sample may take any form and can be from law school, undergraduate or graduate education, work experience, or submission for publication. We request a nonlitigation writing sample because we are looking for clear and concise expression of ideas which is often lost when writing in a litigation context.
40 hours per week
Application Closing Date:
October 1, 2018