Download App | FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA
 Upload Your Resume   Employers / Post Jobs 

Family Law Associate Attorney

Full-time 4 views

Recruiter

Seattle, WA, United States

Family Law Associate Attorney

Attorney

BCG Attorney Search

Company Review

1-8 yrs required

Full-time

No

Seattle office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks a family law associate attorney with 2+ years of experience as an attorney in family law in King and/or Snohomish counties. The candidate will actively handle all aspects of a client's case from intake to completion, including PNC consults, communicating with parties, drafting pleadings, conducting discovery, preparing for, and attending hearings, mediations, and trials. Establish positive and collaborative working relationships with clients, colleagues, and the courts. Effectively apply legal solutions to client's issues. Research case law, draft correspondence, and draft/file pleadings. Effectively represent clients at hearings, depositions, and trials. Consult with and retain new clients. Work with support staff to accurately calendar all hearings, filing deadlines, and other key dates. Take ownership of assignments and execute them timely. Must have experience in court, including motions on the family law motions calendar and before assigned judges. A license to practice law in Washington State is required. Must be a current, active member of the Washington State Bar Association in good standing.

Legal

Jan 09, 2024

Job Feedback

Recruiter

Attorney

1-8 yrs required

Full-time

Legal

Jan 09, 2024

Profile

Seattle office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks a family law associate attorney with 2+ years of experience as an attorney in family law in King and/or Snohomish counties. The candidate will actively handle all aspects of a client's case from intake to completion, including PNC consults, communicating with parties, drafting pleadings, conducting discovery, preparing for, and attending hearings, mediations, and trials. Establish positive and collaborative working relationships with clients, colleagues, and the courts. Effectively apply legal solutions to client's issues. Research case law, draft correspondence, and draft/file pleadings. Effectively represent clients at hearings, depositions, and trials. Consult with and retain new clients. Work with support staff to accurately calendar all hearings, filing deadlines, and other key dates. Take ownership of assignments and execute them timely. Must have experience in court, including motions on the family law motions calendar and before assigned judges. A license to practice law in Washington State is required. Must be a current, active member of the Washington State Bar Association in good standing.

Company info
Apply Now Apply Later

The #1 legal job board in the United States year after year after year!