Miller Nash Graham & Dunn ("MNG&D") is seeking a partner-level attorney with significant experience in commercial loan workouts and restructurings and commercial bankruptcy to join its Seattle office. Experience with bankruptcy, receivership, and related insolvency proceedings is required, as well as strong academic credentials and analytical ability. Candidates with portable business are strongly encouraged to apply.
To apply, please upload as one PDF: A cover letter, résumé, and law school transcript (unofficial is acceptable) and send by e-mail to Bethany Brown, Director of Legal Talent, Diversity & Inclusion, at MNRecruiting@millernash.com. For record-keeping, please include the ad source in the subject line of your e-mail (e.g. WSBA ad, OSB ad, firm website, etc.).
MNG&D is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity in the workplace.
Miller Nash Graham & Dunn (“MNG&D”) is seeking an associate attorney with four or more years of substantive transactional experience to join its Seattle, Washington office. The ideal candidate will have experience with sophisticated mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, securities, and general corporate representation of businesses. Experience with structuring, negotiating, and drafting a wide range of transactional documents and contracts desired. Strong academic credentials and analytical ability required.
To apply, please submit a cover letter, résumé, writing sample, and law school transcript (unofficial is acceptable) by e-mail to MNRecruiting@millernash.com, Attn: Bethany Brown, Director of Legal Talent, Diversity & Inclusion. For recordkeeping, please include the ad source in the subject line of your e-mail (e.g., state bar ad, firm website, etc.).
The highly respected and accomplished Puget Sound based Personal Injury law firm of Adler Giersch seeks an attorney with the desire to become our next “Rising Star”. This attorney will have been actively practicing law in Washington State for the past 2-5 years, have some trial advocacy experience, and interest in taking those skills to seek justice and fairness for clients. Attorneys from plaintiffs’ injury and defense insurance bars with 2-5 years’ experience are encouraged to apply. Submissions will be confidential. We are growing and looking to the future.
Our candidate will be looking to make the move into an opportunity that seldom comes along: to grow professionally, contribute to the success of a law practice, and be involved in the management of the firm. The candidate will also be mentored by experienced and well-regarded attorneys, practice in a “client-centric” law firm, and get rewarded well for all of it, including a fast-track to partnership. The position requires exceptional oral and written communication skills, the desire to develop into a top-notch trial attorney, and someone with a high emotional intelligence.
Candidates should also have excellent organizational and time management skills, and a strong work ethic that is client-focused, teamoriented and driven by a passion for advocacy and excellence. We started in 1983 and are a successful 5-attorney boutique law firm. Our word-of-mouth practice started over 30 years ago and continues to thrive and grow. Our practice emphasizes moderate and severe trauma injury cases and major matters involving traumatic brain injury. Our cases have resulted in changes to the law that have had wide-sweeping impact. We have appeared in Seattle Business Magazine’s “Top 100 Companies to Work for in Washington State” for the past five consecutive years, earning the “#1 Small Business to Work For” in 2016 and 2019. This recognition comes from our highly functional, culture-centric and fun work environment. We also offer competitive salary and benefits, performance-based compensation, and opportunities for professional and personal growth.
We are also recognized as a preeminent Northwest law firm by the legal, health care and local communities, and are an AV-rated firm (top 1% in the state). Our experienced attorneys are designated Washington SuperLawyers™, and hold the highest ratings of 10/10 on Avvo.com. We achieve great results and provide top-tier service to our clients. Ready to make “the move”? Send your cover letter, resume, writing sample, and references to Kristin Cruse, Operations Administrator, Adler Giersch, 333 Taylor Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98109 or send via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
McNaul Ebel Nawrot & Helgren PLLC was formed in 1995 by a group of attorneys known for their rigorous and successful representation of clients. Our attorneys have established exceptional reputations in local, state, and national legal communities for handling highly visible and complex commercial litigation and business transactions.
McNaul Ebel focuses on three main practice areas:
Our clients range from international enterprises, institutional investors, and well-established businesses to small local firms, technology startups, and individual entrepreneurs.
We are in search of an Associate Attorney to join our Litigation Department.
To be considered for the position, applicants must demonstrate an exemplary academic background, outstanding communication and writing skills, and a positive, collaborative attitude.
Applicants should submit a letter of application, resume, law school transcript, and two unedited writing samples containing legal analysis (e.g. dispositive motion briefing) to Susan Little, Director of Human Resources, 600 University St., Suite 2700, Seattle, WA 98101, or email@example.com.
McNaul Ebel Nawrot Helgren is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, protected veterans, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability status or any other category prohibited by local, state or federal law. This policy applies to all aspects of employment, including recruitment, placement, promotion, transfer, demotion, compensation, benefits, social and recreational activities and termination.
We are seeking a:
· DEI: Leader with demonstrated knowledge of and experience working on initiatives and within organizational cultures with a focus on diversity, equity and inclusion.
· Experienced: High-level leader who can work side-by-side with top-level PAO managers including Dan Satterberg, the Chief and Deputy Chief of staff, Chiefs of all Divisions, as well as external leaders at other government agencies and community partner organizations including the King County Sherriff, King County Executive, Seattle Police Department, Seattle City Attorney, etc.
· Strategic: Proactive thinker who can anticipate challenges and envision opportunities; strategic planner in the development of internal and external PAO communications initiatives.
· Collaborative: Team player who can listen and put other ideas first, when needed, and create inclusive environments, open conversations and authentic connections. Can thoughtfully provide and receive constructive feedback for the better of the project/group.
· Responsive: Action-oriented contributor who understands the urgency around deadlines and can think quickly, gather input and respond accurately under pressure at times.
· Enthusiastic: Leader who can maintain a consistent, energetic attitude in a fast-faced and sometimes stressful work environment. Passion for equity and social justice issues and doing justice in the criminal justice system.
Salary $132,332.20 - $167,713.00 Annually
Location Seattle, WA
Job Type Appointed
Department PAO - Prosecuting Attorneys
Job Number 2020-11261
Closing 2/18/2020 11:59 PM Pacific
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The Vancouver, Washington, office of Miller Nash Graham & Dunn is seeking a full-time attorney with six or more years of practical experience in commercial litigation. This Counsel position will support Partners and Senior Counsel in the Vancouver office with legal research, briefing, motion practice, and other aspects of litigation. The attorney will not be expected to generate business.
The ideal candidate will have experience with Washington trusts & estates litigation or estate planning and a desire to work on trusts & estates litigation matters. The successful candidate will also possess a proven ability and enthusiasm for working in a collegial team environment, experience conducting legal research and preparing exceptional written work product for all phases of litigation, and the ability to independently manage many aspects of litigation. Membership in the Washington State Bar required. Membership in the Oregon State Bar or eligibility for reciprocity preferred.
To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, law school transcript (unofficial is acceptable), and writing sample by e-mail to Sharae Gross at MNRecruiting@millernash.com.
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The City Attorney Position The City Attorney position supervises a staff of 15 employees in the Legal department, which consists of three divisions: Civil, Prosecution, and the City Clerk's office. The City Attorney's Office represents the City in its dayto-day operations and provides legal advice to the Mayor, City Council, Administration, and boards and commissions that make up the municipal government of the City of Auburn
The Ideal Candidate The successful candidate will have outstanding verbal and written communication skills. The position requires an individual who also possesses a willingness to identify problems and demonstrates the flexibility to address changes in the law in a timely and effective manner. The successful candidate must display a confident personal image and level of sophistication that will allow him/her to effectively serve in a variety of social and political settings. The new City Attorney will possess a balance of assertiveness and diplomacy, be a good listener, fair-minded, and be willing to discuss various matters candidly. This position requires a person capable of operating with significant independence and initiative, while being adept at innovative problem-solving. This is a position of public trust; personal integrity and ethics must be beyond reproach.
The Seattle office of Stoel Rives LLP is seeking an associate attorney with 2 - 4 years of experience to join its Corporate Practice Group. The ideal candidate will have law firm experience in general corporate work, mergers and acquisitions, securities, debt and equity financing, and other business transactions. Strong academic credentials, writing skills and interpersonal skills are required. Membership in the Washington State bar is preferred, but not mandatory. Occasional travel may be required. Principals only. No recruiters please.
Stoel Rives LLP enjoys an over-100-year tradition of excellence as a leader among U.S. law firms. We offer a multi-office platform and world-class clients together with focused, individual training and professional development for all our attorneys. With nearly 400 lawyers firmwide, we are proud to provide a full suite of transactional and litigation solutions for U.S. and international clients at all stages of growth, from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies.
To apply, please visit the Careers page on our website at: https://www.stoel.com/about/careers/attorneys.
The Seattle Office of Labor Standards would like to share our Senior Labor Standards Investigator listing. OLS will be making three hires in this position. Interested applicants can learn more and apply at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/seattle/jobs/2699090/senior-labor-standards-investigator.
Positions: Full-time ALJ & Pro Tem ALJ
Caseloads: All Caseloads
Locations: Olympia, Seattle, Spokane Valley, and Tacoma
Closes: Monday, February 17, 2020 11:59PM Pacific Time
This recruitment will be used to establish a pool of Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) candidates for upcoming vacancies across our four locations; Olympia, Seattle, Spokane Valley, and Tacoma. Interviews will be held in-person in Olympia and are anticipated to occur March 10-12.
Our ALJs mainly preside over telephonic hearings but will also conduct in-person hearings for both pro se and represented parties. ALJs work in a fast-paced, timeline driven environment where they are at the forefront of accomplishing the OAH mission. ALJs enjoy seeing the direct result of their work and the justice provided in each decision made. An ALJ's primary role is to conduct hearings that are fair--in both substance and appearance--and issue well-reasoned, timely decisions. This role demands the ability to build a record; manage time effectively; and produce clear, logical, well-written decisions. As a representative of the State of Washington, each ALJ is held to the highest standard of professionalism, performance excellence, and ethics.
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