The candidate will be responsible for important work, including: Take ownership of a client’s case – federal immigration proceedings and state court criminal cases. Conduct client meetings and recommend strategies. Delegate work to paralegals and legal assistants and monitor their work. Full-service immigration services: family immigration, employment immigration, deportation defense. Felony and misdemeanor cases: discovery, pleadings, and motions; p... read more
Assistant United States Attorney
Duties: Assist Criminal Division Assistant United States Attorneys (AUSAs) with forfeiture-related issues in criminal prosecutions and have overall responsibility for all issues involving asset forfeiture, including investigations, seizures, and final disposition of assets. Handle all civil forfeiture matters in the District. Day-to-day responsibilities may include working with other AUSAs in the Criminal Division, law enforcement agents, ... read more
Assistant United States Attorney
The candidate will represent the U.S. Government as an Assistant United States Attorney (AUSA) in a wide range of unique and complex criminal cases. Division include : Appellate, Asset Forfeiture, Civil and Criminal. Provides advice and assistance to the litigation sections in appellate matters and handles all appeals before the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Handles some of the most significant and complex forfeiture cases in the natio... read more
The candidate should have 0-2 years of civil/criminal litigation experience. Should desire the chance to use their strong work ethic and legal competency to aggressively fight for the needs of their clients. Should be an active Florida Bar licensed attorney and be in good standing. Conduct intake meetings with new clients. Explain and execute attorney-client contracts. Provide clients with frequent case status updates. Handle clientele requests and deman...
Special Agent, GS 10
The candidate will help investigate criminal activity and identify authorities and other entities to further investigations. Will work with federal, state and local law enforcement officers and the Intelligence Community to assess the legal implications of tools, technologies and techniques used by the Agency. Gain exposure to all facets of operations at both Headquarters and within the Field Offices. Must have a J.D. or BA/BS degree (preferably in a r...
Criminal Defense Attorney
Duties: Represent their defendant in the court system. This encompasses arraignments, pretrial hearings, settlement conferences, trials and sentence hearings. Responsible for researching and gathering evidence, having a thorough knowledge of the decisions, ordinances and statutes of the matter under review, preparing and drafting documents, legal briefs and opinions. Obtain the best possible resolution on cases for the Firm in judicial proceedings...
Part-Time Associate - Criminal Defense & Litigation
The candidate should have 2-4 years of experience. Should preferably have prior experience working as an attorney at the State Attorney's Office or Public Defender's Office. Additionally, should be comfortable drafting and litigating motions (to suppress/dismiss/etc.), taking depositions, and attending court hearings/trials (once those are a thing again). Must be comfortable representing individuals charged with those typ...
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The candidate should have 2-4 years of experience for trial attorney law office. Must be admitted in the Florida Bar. Federal Court would be a plus. Primarily Civil trial practice. Jury trial experience helpful. Firm handles Civil, Family, Criminal and Personal Injury cases.
Associate Criminal Health Care Attorney
The candidate must have 0-2 years with a passion for the law and a strong interest in health care law; exceptional analytical and persuasive writing and communication skills; proficiency in file management and Microsoft Suite is essential.