Marc Langston represents clients in a wide variety of government contracting matters, including representing clients in bid protests at the Government Accountability Office and the U.S. Court of Federal Claims. He counsels clients on areas of regulatory compliance and with general business issues.
Mr. Langston’s representation is enriched by his diverse experience of advising government contracting officers as a student extern at the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration, advising a nonprofit government contractor, the American Society for Engineering Education, as in-house compliance counsel, and drafting opinions and orders for a variety of complex civil litigation matters while interning and clerking and at the United States Court of Federal Claims.
- Law Clerk, The Honorable Chief Judge Patricia E. Campbell-Smith, U.S. Court of Federal Claims, 2016-2017.
- Law Clerk, The Honorable Special Master Mindy M. Roth and The Honorable former Chief Special Master Denise K. Vowell, U.S. Court of Federal Claims, Office of Special Masters, 2014-2016.
- Intern, The Honorable Senior Judge Edward J. Damich, U.S. Court of Federal Claims, 2013-2014.
- Associate Counsel/Compliance Coordinator, the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) 2011-2013.
- Legal Extern, the Office of the General Counsel, United States Department of Energy: National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA), 2011.
Professional Honors & Activities
- Board Member of the United States Court of Federal Claims Bar Association: Young Lawyers Division.
- Events Committee Chair of the Wake Forest University School of Law’s Young Alumni Board.
- Member of the Executive Board of the Wake Forest University’s DC Alumni Community.
- Active Member of the LGBT Bar Association of the District of Columbia.
- United States Senate Youth Program Alumnus (Class of 2004); Vice-President of Alumni Association (2012- 2014); Communications Director of Alumni Association (2010-2012).
Rediscovering Congressional Intelligence Oversight: Is Another Church Committee Possible Without Frank Church?, Texas A&M Law Review, 2 Tex. A&M L. Rev. 433 (2015).