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Consumer Protection Attorney

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Organization Type

Law Firm

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Date Last Verified

Dec 07, 2021

Posted on

Aug 03, 2021

Years of Experience

1-3 yrs required


Rocky Hill, CT, United States

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Practice Area
Litigation >> Litigation
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Consumer Law Group is looking for an associate attorney to join our busy practice.  Although we are seeking someone with 1-3 years of litigation experience, we will consider a new or more experienced attorney.

We have a business casual work environment. Employees have the option to work on a hybrid basis, with most working 1-2 days in the office and the remaining days from home. We offer a health and retirement plan. Salary is commensurate with experience and competitive with Hartford mid-sized firms.   


Company info

Consumer Law Group, LLC

Company Profile

Consumer Law Group, LLC was established in 1997 with the mission of representing individuals against businesses that have violated consumer protection laws. Since that time, we have represented more than thousand consumers in individual claims and we have successfully handled dozens of consumer class actions. In more recent years, our practice has focused upon claims involving car dealerships, motor vehicle warranties, and automotive financing

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