Job Details

Litigation Associate Attorney

Company name

BCG Attorney Search

Organization Type

Recruiter

Job Type

Attorney

Date Last Verified

Jan 15, 2022

Valid Through

Feb 14, 2022

Years of Experience

1-6 yrs required

Location

Conway, NH, United States

Employment Type

Full-time

Industry

Legal
Practice Area
Litigation >> Litigation - General/Commercial
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Conway office of our client seeks associate attorney with 2-4 years of experience. The candidate will advise, advocate for, or represent the clients? interests or issues. Will write cleanly persuasive motions and filings. Maintain a regular schedule of hearings, court appearances, and conferences based on case requirements. Drafting, reviewing, and negotiating a diverse range of agreements, and file comprehensive complaints and airtight responses. Work closely with team to prepare comprehensive briefs and motions on each case that goes to trial; prepare persuasive motions. Interface with clients about discovery, depositions, trial preparation, and other case-related work. Conduct depositions and discovery; perform industry research on legal matters as well applicable legislation. Make court appearances, hearings, and pre-trial conferences. Should be well versed in New Hampshire law. Must have State Bar certification in New Hampshire. Certification in Maine also preferred. Litigation experience is essential.

Company info

BCG Attorney Search

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