- A stellar attorney with at least 12 full years of experience litigating commercial disputes.
- Licensed to practice law in New York.
- Practical and resourceful.
- On point with legal research and writing.
- Driven and take pride in submitting a well-written and researched brief to the Court.
- Experienced in drafting pleadings, discovery documents, and motions.
- Positive, resilient, and confident. You are almost always prepared.
- Eager to learn and improve on the job and are receptive to constructive feedback.
- Polished and poised with lots of energy.
- Respectful towards everyone- clients, adversaries, colleagues, and cleaning staff alike.
- Always responsive and often proactive, keeping your clients and the team well-informed.
- Been involved in document productions and understand how the process works.
- Attended court conferences and depositions – if not as a first-chair, as a second-chair.
- A passion for being a lawyer and in particular a litigator.
- Efficient and effective communication skills, in plain-English.
- A great sense of humor and litigation deadlines do not phase you.
- Experience litigating copyright, trademark, or employment matters (a plus, not required).
IN THIS ROLE, YOU WOULD:
- Report to our Litigation Partner.
- Draft, review and revise pleadings, discovery, motions and deliver practical advice.
- Attend court conferences, take depositions and argue motions, as your skills grow.
- Lead by example: with your work ethic, constructive feedback, and positive attitude.
- Have significant client contact.
- Be involved in client development and the growth of the firm.
TO BE CONSIDERED:
At Romano Law, we strive to create an environment that promotes happiness and success for each of our team members. We go to great lengths to make this happen. Please tell us a little about yourself by:
- Please email your resume, cover letter and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- In your correspondence, please use the subject line “Senior Business Litigation Attorney.”
- In your cover letter, please include your answer to the question “Where are motions returnable in New York County?”
- Take our 5-minute survey by clicking here.
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