Jarrod Carman advises clients on complex national security, defense, regulatory compliance and government contract matters, including bid protests, size protests and investigations. Mr. Carman has experience representing clients in bid protests and size protests at the Government Accountability Office, the Small Business Administration Office of Hearings and Appeals, and the Court of Federal Claims. Mr. Carman’s work has also involved defending clients in False Claims Act matters and representing clients under investigation by the federal government. Additionally, in corporate transactions, Mr. Carman has performed due diligence on both buyer and seller-side in connection with government contractor acquisitions.

Prior to joining WilmerHale, Mr. Carman was an associate at another law firm in Washington DC. During law school, he served as an extern with the US Department of State Office of the Assistant Legal Adviser for International Claims and Investment Disputes. He also served as an intern for the US Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia Civil Division.

Professional Activities

Mr. Carman serves as a Vice-Chair of the American Bar Association’s Public Contract Law Section’s Small Business & Other Socioeconomic Programs Committee and the Procurement Fraud & False Claims Committee.

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  • Education

    • JD, The George Washington University Law School, 2020

      cum laude Articles Editor, George Washington International Law Review Presidential Merit Scholar
    • BA, International Affairs, The George Washington University, 2017

      summa cum laude Phi Beta Kappa
  • Admissions

    • District of Columbia

    • US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit



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