Gary Kohlman was Appointed as Senior Litigation Counsel at Office-of-the-Attorney-General-for-the-District-of-Columbia

Date of management change: June 19, 2018 

What Happened?

Washington, -based Office-of-the-Attorney-General-for-the-District-of-Columbia Appointed Gary Kohlman as Senior Litigation Counsel

 

About the Company

The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) is the chief legal office of the District of Columbia. OAG is charged with enforcing the laws of the District and promoting the public interest. OAG`s mission is to provide the District government with the highest level of legal advice and service, and to promote the interest of District residents. With nearly 340 attorneys and 300 staff members dispersed throughout 28 subordinate agencies, OAG is one of the largest law offices in the District of Columbia and the 10th largest Attorney General`s Office in the nation. Due to the unique status of the District of Columbia, which involves aspects of state, county and city government functions, the legal work conducted by The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) is divided among 12 divisions: • Child Support Services Division • Civil Litigation Division • Commercial Division • Family Services Division • Legal Counsel Division • Office of Consumer Protection • Office of the Solicitor General • Public Advocacy Division • Public Interest Division • Public Safety Division • Personnel, Labor & Employment Division • Support Services Division

 

About the Person

Gary Kohlman is Senior Litigation Counsel at Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia. Previously, Gary held various senior legal leadership roles in the industry.

 

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