Miller Barondess, LLP is a litigation firm with a focus on trial work. We are looking to hire associates with 2 to 8 years of complex litigation experience and are considering graduates of top 20 law schools. At Miller Barondess, associates are given high-level responsibilities and are expected to take ownership of their cases. We are looking for candidates who are self-starters and creative-thinkers. We offer a collegial environment where each lawyer is treated as an indispensable member of the firm.
Our unique work environment has attracted talent from the nation’s top law firms and law schools. We are highly selective in the attorneys we hire and clients we represent – we value quality and loyalty. Salaries are competitive and associates are eligible for significant merit bonuses. Associates receive one-on-one training by our partners through the firm’s Mentorship Program, and we offer a full benefits package.
Miller Barondess is committed to supporting our local community. We believe that partnering with organizations committed to diversity and inclusion encourages advancement toward common goals and creates long standing relationships. We support organizations dedicated to improving the quality of life for high need individuals, and are committed to providing assistance through pro bono initiatives.
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Please submit your cover letter, resume and writing sample to Careers@millerbarondess.com.
Miller Barondess, LLP is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, citizenship, age, marital status, medical condition, physical or mental disability, veteran status, all other characteristics prohibited by law, or gender identity and/or expression.
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