Are you an awesome attorney with commercial litigation experience looking for a life-work balance? Do you want to work hard/feel the exhilaration of growth/ and yet have a personal life at the same time? Then you should join our law firm as a senior attorney or of counsel.
The Sul Lee Law firm is a fast-growing business, commercial, and IP litigation/transactional firm. The firm was established in 2014, and every year since, we have experienced 30-50% growth. Our law firm is small enough that each person is a critical part of the team and everyone cares for each other, yet is big enough to offer the security and flexibility you want.
We have distinguished ourselves by providing practical solutions as well as courtroom wins, and maintaining long-term relationships with clients ranging from startup and family businesses to large international conglomerates. Please join us and help us grow the firm by continuing our mission to build our clients a future they deserve while maintaining the healthy life-work balance that reminds you of why you wanted to be a lawyer in the first place.
You must have at least five (5) years of commercial/business law litigation law experience with exceptional writing and analytical skills. To be a key player on our team, you should be ready to discuss your experiences working well with a team where different players with different skills coordinate to achieve a common goal.
We strive to help our staff achieve their professional goals/personal goals while also expecting the expertise necessary to hit the ground running. The ideal candidate will be able to take initiative on work that needs to be done and complete tasks with minimal handholding.
Sul Lee Law Firm is ranked as 66th fastest-growing law firm in the nation by Law Firm 500. Our focus is heavily on business and IP litigation and transaction. It is our goal to make sure that whoever contacts our firm, they are in a better place than before they contacted our firm (whether they are employees, clients, or potential clients.) In order to do such, we commit ourselves to the following: