Reid, Ballew, Leahy & Holland LLP

Seattle, WA

This is the 2024 fellowship description for this mentor organization. This position has been filled.

Since 1963, the attorneys at Reid, Ballew, Leahy & Holland have devoted their practice to advancing the interests of working people. The firm represents unions in both private and public sectors throughout the Pacific Northwest in arbitration, unfair labor practice proceedings, civil litigation, and more. We also represent multi-employer trust funds that provide pension and health and welfare benefits to employees covered by collective bargaining agreements.

The full-time, in-person Peggy Browning Fellow will assist attorneys with helping unions and workers in a variety of matters, which could include grievance arbitrations, interest arbitrations, unfair labor practice complaints, and civil litigation.

The Fellow will be assigned an assortment of projects, which could include legal research and writing, arbitration preparations, reviewing contracts, interviewing clients and/or witnesses, drafting briefs and/or letters. The Fellow will also have opportunities to observe and assist with arbitrations, and potentially observe administrative or court proceedings.

We are seeking a fellow with a strong interest in labor law, who possesses excellent research, analysis, and writing skills, and interpersonal skills to engage with clients, workers, and others.

Reid, Ballew, Leahy & Holland will pay the fellow $7,000 for the 10-week period.

Interested applicants should provide a cover letter, resume, and writing sample. Reid, Ballew, Leahy & Holland is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applicants from all backgrounds to apply.