Associate Attorney (3 - 5 Years' Experience)

Branstetter, Stranch & Jennings
Kentucky

Branstetter, Stranch & Jennings is seeking an Associate Attorney with 3-5 years of experience to join its union-side labor law practice. BS&J is headquartered in the heart of Nashville, Tennessee with additional locations in Louisville, Kentucky; Cincinnati, Ohio; and Washington, D.C. The firm can be flexible with the Associate’s primary office location.

Since 1952, BS&J has worked to help build a society in which unions, consumers, victims of discrimination, and other underrepresented voices are ensured access to justice. This is our daily guiding principle as we litigate cases involving civil rights, labor unions, corporate overreach, insider trading, citizen safety, pharmaceuticals, wage and hour law, pensions, sexual harassment and more.

At the direction of their partner, the Associate Attorney will work closely with union clients in arbitrations, litigation, NLRB proceedings, and organizing campaigns. The Associate Attorney will be involved in all aspects of a case, including preparing for and attending hearings, taking depositions, handling unfair labor practice charges, advising clients on day-to-day governance, and supporting their partner in any other aspect needed. An Associate position is a mid-level position with opportunities to advance. The ability to work independently and strong legal research and writing skills are required.

BS&J offers a competitive salary and outstanding benefits, including fully-paid family medical and vision benefits, dental benefits, life insurance, long-term disability, and 401(k) profit-sharing plan.

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and writing sample to resumes@bsjfirm.com. For additional information about the firm, please visit www.bsjfirm.com.

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