JOHNLEONARD is working with a multi-practice Boston-based law firm that is seeking two experienced attorneys to join its Litigation practice. This full-time Litigation Associate role offers a salary of $100K – $130,000 and excellent benefits. If you have 3-5 years of litigation experience, preferably within the construction industry and, in particular, with design and construction professionals, apply today!
In this Litigation Associate role, you can expect to:
- Engage in risk management of potential claims, develop litigation and resolution strategies, report to clients, manage local counsel and experts, and collaborate with stakeholders to develop and implement strategic activities
- Develop liability exposure for insureds, managing all aspects of litigation, including attendance at mediations, arbitrations, and trials
To apply for this Litigation Associate role, you will need 3-5 years of litigation experience, preferably within the construction industry and, in particular, with design and construction professionals. You will also require the following:
- Experience attending mediations, arbitrations, and trials
- Experience working in a similar role
If you’re looking to impact and create change positively, you’ll be rewarded with a salary of up to $130,000 and a benefits package for your inclusive and committed approach. Please contact our team today to apply and register your interest in this full-time Litigation Associate position!
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