Mundt MacGregor L.L.P., a Seattle-based commercial law firm with its office on Bainbridge Island, seeks an associate attorney with at least two years’ experience to join its business practice. This practice includes business transactions and financing, mergers and acquisitions, commercial lending, entity formation, and general corporate law; we also have particular expertise in legal issues affecting companies operating in the U.S. fisheries, including vessel ownership, marine finance, and fishing rights. We are looking for candidates with outstanding academic credentials, excellent writing and interpersonal skills, and high standards for legal work. This is an opportunity to work on sophisticated transactions with first-rate clients in a casual, family-friendly office. If you are interested in this position, please e-mail your resume, cover letter, and law school transcript to firstname.lastname@example.org.
How would you like to be part of an organization where member values and company values are one and the same? Whose culture encourages and expects employees to advocate for our members -- which has made us the most trusted and respected financial institution throughout the communities we serve and support. That’s BECU—where we put Members First.
We’re looking for dynamic, passionate, engaged employees who value doing what’s right to serve our members – and take pride in knowing that our success depends on everyone who comes to work with us each day.
BECU is Washington’s leading credit union, serving members in the Puget Sound area for 80 years. We know our people are what make us special, and we seek to employ those who want to make a difference. If that’s you, then read on…
The Associate General Counsel (AGC) evaluates and helps to mitigate legal risk for BECU in connection with third party contractual relationships. The AGC facilitates consistency in the legal positions taken by BECU and supports fact finding and evaluation of legal matters. The AGC develops legal positions that protect BECU and works with various business clients, enterprise risk management, vendor management, compliance, legal, and senior management to make informed decisions about the assumption of legal risk and to monitor and manage legal risk. The AGC will prioritize complex material and multi-functional risks to the enterprise, as well as coordinate and provide governance over risk treatments within the Legal Department and with outside counsel. The role will achieve this by using multiple strategies to persuade others, identifying and removing barriers to agreements, winning concessions effectively and providing input into future negotiation processes and strategies.
BECU is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colo
The Paralegal supports BECU’s attorneys by assisting with a variety of legal, regulatory and governance issues, such as drafting legal documents for review, conducting legal research, documenting analysis and maintaining records relating to foreclosure sales, bankruptcies, collections and other needs of the credit union. Under guidance of a BECU Attorney, the Paralegal will also assist with regulatory filings and draft pleadings and correspondence. The Paralegal maintains legal files and supports the maintenance of digital records. The Paralegal will also recommend process improvements and ensure written procedures are documented for all areas of responsibility.
BECU is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other protected status.
Midlevel Associate Attorney—Finance (Seattle)
Miller Nash Graham & Dunn ("MNG&D") is seeking a full-time associate attorney with at least three years of commercial lending experience to join its Seattle, Washington office. Knowledge and experience in commercial lending and working with financial institutions required. The successful candidate will have strong research and writing skills and be willing to work effectively in a team environment.
To apply, please upload as one PDF: A cover letter, résumé, and law school transcript (unofficial is acceptable). Please address your cover letter to Michelle Baird-Johnson, Director of Recruiting and Professional Development.
MNG&D is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity in the workplace.
Please share the following job announcement with anyone you think may be interested in working for the Minority and Justice Commission. We are looking for individuals who are passionate about social justice and taking concrete steps towards eliminating institutionalized racism within the courts: http://www.courts.wa.gov/ employ/docs/5360/Announcement. pdf
Applications are due August 24.
The Attorney General’s Office has AAG opportunities available and we are hoping you’d be willing to share with your colleagues/membership. In advance of your continued assistance and support, thank you!!!
AAG – Consumer Protection Division in Seattle (DL: 8/15/16)
AAG – Regional Services Division in Yakima (DL: 8/16/16)
AAG – Spokane Division’s Labor and Personnel Section (DL: 8/10/16)
AAG – Spokane Division’s Social & Health Services Section (DL: 8/9/16)
AAG – Social & Health Services Division in Seattle (DL: 8/7/16)
AAG – Government Compliance & Enforcement Division in Olympia (DL: 8/11/16)
Agency Charge Investigatory Attorney – Part-Time, Remote - Seattle, WA area
Davis Wright Tremaine LLP is searching for one or more part-time contract attorneys in the Seattle area to investigate and respond to agency charges (EEOC or state equivalent) filed against our large national clients.
Attorneys with prior experience in medium/large employment defense firms who are looking for more flexible hours are encouraged to apply. The engagement will be on a part-time basis at 20-30 hours per week with the ability to work remotely. A basic home office set up will be provided.
The ideal candidate will have:
The attorney will be classified as a contract attorney and will be employed by DWT. Because this position does not provide benefits, the attorney will not average more than 29 hours per week. Please note that we are not currently looking for independent contractors.
The attorneys will initially be compensated on an hourly basis, ranging from $90-115/hour depending on experience and skill level. The attorney will advance to a flat fee arrangement at a later point. The flat fee will generally be based on the attorney’s hourly rate multiplied by the average number of hours DWT expects the attorney to spend investigating and responding to a charge.
If interested, please reach out to Ginni Chen, Surge Staffing Specialist, at email@example.com for more information. We are currently not accepting Third-Party Recruiter submissions for this position.
Disability Rights Washington (DRW)
315 Fifth Avenue South Suite 850
Seattle, WA 98104
Disability Rights Washington (DRW) seeks to hire an attorney in its Seattle office to advocate for people with intellectual, sensory, mental health, and physical disabilities across Washington. DRW is looking for one attorney with 3-5 years of experience.
The attorney will spend a significant amount of time educating individuals with disabilities about their legal rights and self-advocacy strategies. The attorney will also advocate for individuals and groups who are abused, neglected, or had their civil rights violated. This position will not have a primary focus on litigation, but the attorney will from time to time work on systemic litigation brought by DRW.
Attorneys with disabilities, diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds, and bilingual fluency are all strongly encouraged to apply. DRW works to pursue justice on matters related to human and legal rights. We do this to further our mission, which is to advance the dignity, equality, and self-determination of people with disabilities. Therefore, the ideal candidate has personal and professional experience working on behalf of marginalized communities generally or for people with disabilities specifically. This could, for example, be through civil rights advocacy, the criminal justice system, or public and private benefits work. A law degree from an accredited school of law and current good standing with the Washington State Bar Association at the time of assuming the position are required. The attorney must be an organized, self-motivated professional who is able to work collaboratively with other DRW staff to engage in creative, multimodal advocacy strategies to achieve social justice for people with disabilities. The attorney may potentially supervise non-attorney staff, including legal interns. Strong research, writing, and oral communication skills are required.
DRW is a private nonprofit organization that advocates for the rights of people with disabilities across Washington. DRW is designated by the governor as the independent federally-mandated protection and advocacy system for Washington State. As such, DRW promotes, expands, and protects the human and civil rights of people with disabilities. For information about DRW, visit http://www.disabilityrightswa.org/.
Please send a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and three reference contacts to the attention of Jodi Rose at Disability Rights Washington, 315 Fifth Avenue South, Suite 850, Seattle, WA 98104 or email Jodi Rose. The first deadline for submissions is August 3, 2016. We would like to fill this position as soon as possible. Submissions will be accepted until the position is filled.
• Position Title: Attorney
• Company Name: Disability Rights Washington
• Location: Seattle (International District)
• Posted: July 21, 2016
• Job Function: See description
• Entry Level: No
• Education and Experience required: A Juris Doctor degree from an accredited school of law and a member in good standing of the Washington State Bar Association at the time of assuming the position.
• Job Type: Full-time
DRW is an equal opportunity employer.
The Washington State Supreme Court’s Pattern Jury Instructions (WPI) Committee is looking for a new part-time attorney --independent contractor (to replace a lawyer in that position recently appointed to the bench). The advertisement for the position is on the Washington Courts website. See http://www.courts.wa.gov/employ/?fa=employ.current.
The Seattle office of Davis Wright Tremaine LLP is seeking a mid to Sr-level associate for its Health Care Practice Group with a minimum of four years’ experience in health law, including health care regulatory matters; reimbursement; fraud and abuse; contracting; privacy/security; innovative payment models, such as ACOs and bundled payment; digital health.
A strong academic background is required as well as excellent legal writing, contract drafting and oral communication skills. Candidates must have a JD, with preference given to candidates with active and good standing membership in the Washington State Bar.
To apply, please upload a cover letter addressed to Kathleen Shaw, Lateral Attorney Recruiting Manager, resume, a copy of your law school transcript, a relevant writing sample, and a list of references to: http://www.dwt.com/Health-Care-Associate-Attorney---Mid-to-Sr-Level-Lateral-Lawyers/