Carrington Coleman LLP is seeking a litigation associate with 1 to 4 years of experience for its Litigation practice group. This is a great opportunity for a junior associate to join a firm that provides hands-on experience in a team-oriented environment. Ideal candidates will have solid academic credentials; experience preparing written discovery and motions, draft pleadings and strong advocacy, research, and writing skills. Successful candidates must also be detail-oriented, organized, and possess a solid work ethic. Strong interpersonal and communication skills are also very important. Candidates must have at least 1 year of Litigation experience.
Candidates must either be currently licensed to practice law in the State of Texas or eligible for admission without examination.
To apply, please email your resume to Andrea Glover at AGlover@ccsb.com
About our Firm
At Carrington Coleman, you can stretch your legal abilities to the limit, enjoy practicing law, respect your colleagues, and make a good income, all at the same time. We are enormously proud of our Firm and are committed to our practice. We strive to combine the diverse and sophisticated practice of a large firm with the close and supportive relationships and informal atmosphere of a small one. It is a great pleasure to be around highly qualified people who do not remind you of it all the time.
We represent a broad range of clients, from local companies and individuals to large national and international corporations. The Firm’s practice emphasis includes complex litigation of all kinds, sophisticated business and real-estate transactional matters, and corporate insolvency and restructuring. Within these broad areas of emphasis, lawyers have practices that focus on antitrust, appeals, bankruptcy, commercial finance, corporate, employment, environmental, estate planning, family, health care, insurance coverage, intellectual property, litigation, oil and gas, products liability, professional liability, real estate, securities, and taxation. We do not operate within rigid departments or require lawyers to commit to specific areas of specialization, though a growing number of our lawyers do choose to specialize.
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