Attorney

Organization: 
DROEL

Droel, PLLC is a prestigious boutique law firm that specializes in renewable energy and commercial construction law.

Location in MN: 
Metro
Posting Date: 
12/19/18
Closing Date: 
02/17/19
Job Type: 
Full Time
Salary: 
Depends on qualifications
Hours: 
40 hours
Primary Duties: 

The firm is looking for an associate attorney to complement its existing attorneys and to assist them in handling their growing client base.

Experience: 

Applicants need not have experience in the above-referenced industries; however, they must be licensed to practice law (or should be sitting for a bar exam in the next year) and should have 0-3 years of legal experience. Qualified candidates will be self-starters with excellent academic credentials, strong research and writing skills, a commitment to providing quality service to clients, and a keen attention to detail. An applicant, who accepts a job offer, must obtain Minnesota bar licensure within a year of hire.

Additional Info: 

Droel, PLLC offers great benefits with competitive starting salaries.

How to Apply: 

If you are looking to join a thriving law firm, please send a resume and writing sample to tdroel@droellaw.com.

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