Job Details

Staff Attorney Bankruptcy Creditors Rights

Company name

Organization Type

Law Firm

Job Type

Attorney

Date Last Verified

Oct 15,2018

Posted on

Jul 28,2018

Years of Experience

Min 5 yrs required

Location

Columbia, SC
Practice Area
Bankruptcy >> Bankruptcy
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Profile

Staff Attorney - Bankruptcy & Creditors' Rights Duties: Quickly demonstrate that they can accept significant responsibility. Exhibit a working knowledge of lending practices, probate law and collection practices in North and South Carolina. Draft pleadings and manage caseload. Provide legal support relating to all aspects of collection and probate law. Exhibit a working knowledge of federal and state laws.

Qualification and Experience

Qualifications: Excellent academic credentials. Admittance to North and South Carolina Bars (or ability for admittance). Strong legal research/writing and interpersonal skills. Show a commitment to exceptional work product and client service. Willingness to support attorneys and perform paralegal task when needed.

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Company info

Summer Winslow
Recruitment and Professional Development Manager
Nexsen Pruet
4141 Parklake Avenue
Suite 200
Raleigh, NC 27612

Review:

"Overall good Law Firm to work for but there is room for improvement"

Current Employee - Reviewed on July 28, 2017

You need to maintain a high energy all the time as there is plenty of work to do that too always. Not a 'hire and fire' Law firm. They really care about their employees except for the poor pay structure.

Pros : An amazing Law firm to work for, offering a plethora of opportunities. Transparent and employee growth oriented. Good work life balance if you land up in the right department and under the right senior attorney. The firm has open and positive culture.
Cons : While I enjoyed working here, there are a few cons as well with any job. First, the pay is not near what it should. Your pay will increase steadily as you move up and change positions in the firm, but only slight increments are there.
Current or former employee? : Current Employee