Crumiller P.C. is hiring a full-time associate with at least one year of employment litigation experience. We are a feminist litigation firm dedicated to fighting discrimination in the workplace. While our focus is on gender and pregnancy discrimination, we represent employees in a wide variety of matters. We also represent small business owners here and there, if they share our values.
You will be responsible for handling all aspects of our litigation and pre-litigation employment matters, including strategizing, case valuation, negotiating, drafting administrative and litigation documents, taking and defending depositions, and appearing in court. You may be asked to pitch in with marketing and/or administrative tasks and to participate in networking activities. While we will train you, you must have the confidence to hit the ground running. If you are interested, you will have the opportunity to develop your litigation skills by pitching in on our small landlord-tenant caseload as well.
The most important thing is that you are nice, and secondly, that you are sharp. We like to think and move fast, and I need somebody who can keep up. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills are paramount (we go overboard to keep clients in the loop). I am a proud feminist, progressive, working mom, and my passion is what drives me. If you can’t get on board with that, then we probably won’t be a good fit.
We offer health insurance, including dental and vision. Salary DOE.
Crumiller P.C. is dedicated to practicing what we preach. Study after study has shown that even the most well-intentioned employers are influenced by their implicit biases. To apply, please send a cover letter and resume, in a single PDF document, via email only to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject “No Dumb Mistakes”. Replace your name, wherever it appears in the PDF (including your email address), with a four-digit number, and include the number in the body of your email. This will enable us to anonymously screen your application. No calls or paper applications please.
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