Weinberg, Roger & Rosenfeld seeks an experienced lawyer to join our litigation and bankruptcy practice in our Alameda Office. Our firm is known for its zealous representation of unions, workers, and related entities. Applicants must be open to working regularly with the bankruptcy code, ERISA, and other laws beyond traditinal state and federal labor laws to meet our clients' needs. The position requires excellent writing, speaking, and research skills. Attorneys with 2+ years of experience will be considered. Experience in litigation is preferred. We encourage women and minorities to apply. Fluency in Spanish or Asian languages is a plus. To learn more about our firm, go to www.unioncounsel.net. Please send resume (email preferred) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Holguin, Garfield, Martinez & Quinonez, a labor law firm in downtown Los Angeles, is seeking two attorneys, one with at least two years of litigation experience and the other 0-3 years' experience. We represent exciting, dynamic unions in the private and public sector. Applicants should have a strong academic background and a demonstrated commitment to the labor movement. Applicants must be admitted to practice in California. Please send a resume, law school transcript and writing sample to Dana Martinez at Holguin, Garfield, Martinez & Quinonez, 800 W. Sixth Street, Suite 950, Los Angeles, CA 90017 or by email to email@example.com. For more information about our firm, visit our website at www.HGMQ.org.
Ochoa Legal Group, a labor and employment law firm with offices in San Diego dedicated to defending, advancing and supporting the rights of workers and their unions, is seeking an Associate Attorney to work on a variety of cutting-edge issues related to the advancement of workers' interests. A full description of Ochoa Legal Group, practice areas, philosophy and clients is available at www.union-attorneys.org. Requirements include demonstrated commitment to workers' rights, the labor movement and social justice; law degree; current California Bar membership; 0-3 years attorney experience; strong academic record; coursework in labor and employment law preferred; fluency in Spanish a plus, but not required; excellent written adn oral communication skills; ability to work independently; ability to work collaboratively; sincere interest in working in a small firm setting. To apply, send a current resume, cover letter, writing sample, references and unofficial transcript to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please email materials as a single PDF attachment with "ASSOCIATE ATTORNEY" in the subject line of the email. Compensation includes a competitive salary, full health benefits, retirement, paid vacation, sick days and court holidays. The firm also provides a relocation stipend. Please no phone calls.
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The D.C. Employment Justice Center (EJC) seeks an experienced attorney to litigate wage and hour cases on behalf of low-income workers. Specifically, the Litigation Counsel will represent clients primarily in wage and hour cases, with the flexibility to take on matters in other areas of employment law which are in line with organizational priorities and his or her expertise. The Litigation Counsel will be responsible to develop and maintain a manageable caseload; seek co-counsel relationships with other law firms; and supervise law clerks. This position will report to EJC's Director of Legal Services and will help supervise the EJC's Workers' Rights Clinic. Limited evening/weekend hours are required. This is not an entry level position. Requirements: at least 3 years litigation experience an DC and/or federal court, or equivalent relevant experience, including handling wage and hour cases; a law degree and membership in the DC bar (membership in MD and/or VA a plus); excellent oral and written communication skills; proficiency or fluency in Spanish is required. To apply, send cover letter, resume, writing sample and at least two references to Laura Brown at email@example.com. For more information about EJC, visit www.dcejc.org. No phone calls please.
James & Hoffman, P.C., seeks associates with 1-4 years of litigation or clerkship experience and strong academic background. Reflecting our commitment to social justice, our firm advocates on behalf of unions and employees. Our practice spans the variety of laws that affect working people, including the many different federal, state and local laws governing organizing, collective bargaining, contract enforcement, employment discrimination, fair wages and hours, internal union affairs, and other employment-based rights. We prosecute and defend cases in federal and state forums throughout the country, before trial courts and juries, appellate courts, arbitrators, tribunals of international and intergovernmental organizations, the National Labor Relations Board, other administrative agencies, and university appeals boards. We also assist clients in negotiating employment agreements. Successful candidates will have excellent writing abilities and analytical skills. We seek diversity and therefore encourage women, people of color, and people of varied sexual orientations to apply. Fluency in Spanish is a plus, as is clerkship experience. Please send resume and writing samples to: Darin M. Dalmat, James & Hoffman, P.C., 1130 Connecticut Ave., NW, Washington, D.C. 20036. Candidates may also contact us by email, firstname.lastname@example.org, and may obtain additional information from our website, www.jamhoff.com.
Labor and employment law firm seeks experienced attorney; litigation experience preferred. We seek a candidate with strong writing, research, analytical and advocacy skills. Applicants must have the ability to multitask with a great attitude, detail-oriented, organized, and have the ability to work independently with supporting supervision. Membership in the Florida Bar is required. Salary is negotiable, excellent benefits. Please send resume, writing sample and a list of references to: email@example.com.
Law firm representing private and public sector labor unions, employee benefit funds and individuals with employment issues has immediate opening for a labor attorney with 1-4 years' experience for its NYC office. Position offers immediate and direct client contact and responsibility and significant litigation opportunities. Candidate must be committed to representing uinons, be able to work well with clients and working people, and have strong research and writing skills. People of color strongly encouraged to apply. Please send letter of interest, resume, unedited writing sample and references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are a growing New York metropolitan area law firm seeking a lateral associate with 5-7 years' experience representing labor organizations and Taft-Hartley benefit funds. We work in a collegial environment and offer competitive salary and benefits. Email resume and writing sample to email@example.com.
Business agent/attorney - Rhode Island's largest public employee union seeks an experienced attorney with at least 3 to 5 years' experience representing unions. Candidate must have passed the Rhode Island bar exam. Cnadidate should also have a background in labor/management relations, experience in negotiating contracts and experience in presenting cases before the State Labor Relations Board, the National Labor Relations Board. Excellent oral and written communications skills are essential. A high level of proficiency with the latest computer software and applications is required. This position requires travel within the state and attendance at meetings, some of which may occur outside normal working hours. Outstanding benefits and salary is commensurate with experience. Please send cover letter and resume to: AFSCME RI Council 94, P.O. Box 6543, Providence, RI 02904. No phone calls or email.