Associate Attorney (0 to 3 Years’ Experience)

Satter Ruhlen Law Firm
New York

Satter Ruhlen Law Firm, PLLC, a Syracuse firm committed to protecting and promoting the rights of working people for over 30 years, has an opportunity for an attorney with 0-3 years of experience. Job duties will include handling labor arbitrations and practicing before the NLRB and New York State PERB, filing discrimination claims with the EEOC and New York State Division of Human Rights, drafting memoranda of law and other documents, conducting discovery, preparing for hearings, negotiating severance and other settlement agreements, consulting with potential clients, accompanying clients to employee interrogations (with and without union representation), and substantial research and writing. The position is primarily in-person to begin, with increasing potential for remote work commensurate with experience.

We offer a salary competitive with similar firms in the Syracuse area. We have a hard-working but collegial firm culture, consistent with our mission to provide big firm quality to small firm clients. We are committed to fostering diversity, equity, and inclusion. BIPOC, women, individuals with disabilities, and members of the LGBTQ community are encouraged to apply. Our work atmosphere is casual, flexible, and friendly, but we are passionate about providing our clients with the highest possible quality legal services.

Requirements: Admission to the New York State Bar. Demonstrated commitment to workers’ rights, for example, Peggy Browning or AFL-CIO fellowship; DOOR summer clerkship, etc. Exceptionally strong research and writing skills are critical; background in a writing-intensive field is helpful but not required.

Application: Please send a resume, cover letter, references, and writing sample to sruhlen@satterlaw.com and use the subject line “2022 Attorney Position.”

 

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