Reid, McCarthy, Ballew & Leahy LLP

RMBL is looking to hire an associate attorney with a demonstrated interest in representing organized labor. We are a mission driven firm that advocates for the rights of working people throughout the PNW, healthy and safe workplaces, and more broadly, the expansion of the middle class. The firm relies on teamwork and collaboration to efficiently and effectively serve our clients. Our practice is a mix of two areas of labor law: (1) day-to-day counsel and representation of labor unions; and (2) representation of Taft-Harley pension and health and welfare funds.

The ideal candidate would have strong research and writing skills and be able to communicate among various groups of people (Spanish speaker a plus, but not required). In addition, some form of trial experience is desirable. Opportunities exist for the right candidate to grow and expand with our firm. RMBL is an equal opportunity employer. If interested, please send cover letter, writing sample, resume and references to Shelly Trahin at

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