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Associate Attorney

Company: Sloma Law Group
Location: Phoenix
Posted on: May 11, 2024

Job Description:

Associate Attorney Seeking a highly driven, efficient, and personable associate attorney to join an established Phoenix Boutique Litigation and Family Law Firm. We offer an environment that rewards hard work, provides mentoring, and encourages autonomy. If you meet the qualifications below, please submit your resume and a writing sample. This position will have flexibility with both remotely and in-office, (option to work from home one day per week) dependent upon work-flow and scheduling as job demands and deadlines dictate. The ideal candidate would have the following qualifications: Licensed to Practice in the State of Arizona 2-5 years of experience (Family Law experience a plus) Ability to see a case from beginning to end Exhibit exceptional written and verbal communication skills Thrive in fast paced professional environment with ability to multi-task A strong writer with excellent research skills Candidate must be able to handle caseload of 20-30 cases of varying complexity in family law. Cases will involve all aspects of family law, including divorce, legal decision making, parenting time, child support, etc. Job Type: Full-time Required experience: Arizona Law: 2-5 years Required education: Bachelor's/JD Job Location: Phoenix, AZ Salary: Salary: Open & based on experience, employee benefits include: Health Insurance, 401K with Employer Match Funding, Private Office, Option to work remotely one day per week, and generous PTO. Employment Type: Full Time Years Experience: 1 - 3 years Salary: $85,000 - $100,000 Annual Bonus/Commission: Yes

Keywords: Sloma Law Group, Phoenix , Associate Attorney, Legal , Phoenix, Arizona

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