(a) The Corporation may have a General Counsel who shall:
(1) Be appointed by the CEO;
(2) Be an attorney admitted in good-standing to the practice of law in the District of Columbia;
(3) Be qualified by experience and training to advise the Corporation with respect to legal issues related to its powers and duties;
(4) Have an attorney-client relationship with the Corporation; and
(5) Advocate vigorously for the positions of the Corporation on legal issues.
(b) The General Counsel, with the consent of the CEO, may employ staff attorneys and other personnel.