Job Details

Natural Resources Associate

Company name

Organization Type

Law Firm

Job Type

Attorney

Date Last Verified

Aug 14,2018

Posted on

Jul 24,2018

Years of Experience

1-3 yrs required

Location

Santa Barbara, CA
Practice Area
Environmental and Land Use >> Environmental and Land Use
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Seeking Natural Resources Associate with 1-3 years of experience in natural resources law. Candidate will have experience in a number of critical areas of natural resources law, including: litigation and administrative proceedings, strategic water supply planning, water rights permitting and regulatory compliance, adjudications of groundwater rights and water utility concerns. will hone existing understanding of California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) compliance, administrative proceedings, complex groundwater adjudications, water rights due diligence and transfers, and infrastructure development and use. Will show an excellent academic record, strong writing, analytical, and public presentation skills, as well as the ability to work cooperatively with clients, agency officials, and the public.

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Company info

Jamie Olberding
Director of Attorney Recruiting
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP.
410 17th Street
22nd Floor
Denver, CO 80202

Review:

"Very Family Oriented Law Firm"

Former Employee - Reviewed on December 18, 2017

I would like to see them set up public transportation passes for their coworkers that depend on public transportation. I would also like to see them implement more health insurance options as well.

Pros : This firm is very family friendly and they will work around whatever you have going on in your personal life. I also found the pay to be very good especially for those that just started their career as an attorney.
Cons : The health insurance was quite expensive during my brief stay at this firm. I also felt as though their location was expensive and difficult to navigate to if you were used to using public transportation.
Current or former employee? : Former Employee