Our law firm has a full-time junior attorney position available now and we’re looking for the right professional to join our team. You will have the opportunity to learn from senior associates and litigation associates on legal issues and will provide legal counsel to existing clients. You’ll also be responsible for performing legal research, drafting documents, and keeping client files up to date. If you’ve successfully completed law school, passed the state bar exam, and are seeking a full-time opportunity to practice law with plenty of room for growth, start your application today!
Skills and experience are required, appreciated, and valued, but personality, character, intelligence, and integrity will be paramount considerations. High-maintenance, humorless, self-entitled, or self-important individuals will not succeed in this position and need not apply.
This full-time position is more than a job. For the right candidate, it will be a career. Salary is commensurate with skill and experience and is negotiable.
Ready to apply?
Here’s how to apply and make a great first impression, when applying include the following:
1. Cover letter - With "Your next Associate Attorney is [insert your name]" in the subject line.
2. Resume, including your work history, most recent first, with all-time gaps explained.
3. References (they will be contacted later in the process)
4. Desired pay range
5. Answer these questions in the body of your email: "What comes easily to you that doesn’t come easily to other people?” and “What distinguishes you from everyone else who will apply for this position?”
If you don’t follow these directions, we will not consider your application. Following directions and attention to detail is important for this position.
We will contact you within 5 days if you qualify for the second round of consideration.
This firm was built by Chris Schmiedeke and he built his law firm around one goal and he calls it Divorce.Simplified. Well, it doesn’t mean that a divorce is “simple”. Divorces can be extremely stressful, both financially and emotionally. We are here to try and “simplify” the divorce process to reduce our clients stress and so they can understand what is going on. Trust me, divorces are never “simple”. So, how are we different? How Do we "simplify" things?
1st - We are honest with our clients.
2nd - We simplify the process by communicating with our clients.
3rd - Teamwork
4th - We work efficiently.
5th - Provide top notch customer service.
You should apply and find out more. We would love for you to be apart of the team.