Boly:Welch

Job Number: 14997

Salary: $100K – $200K DOE

Industry: Legal

What Matters Most:

  • 1-5 years of experience
  • Oregon State Bar membership required
  • Admission to CA Bar within 1 year


Your New Role:
The reason you got into the legal field was to make a difference. You’re a problem solver and aren’t afraid to take the lead. You also know how to collaborate as a team player. This justice-focused practice is seeking an Associate Attorney to join the firm.

As an Associate Attorney, you’ll handle day-to-day litigation duties on federal- and state-level cases, from start to finish. Someone who has a great academic and professional record and strong organizational and time management skills will find success here.

This position is fully remote.


Your New Organization:
This California-based firm represents plaintiffs in matters including wrongful termination, workplace discrimination, hostile work environment, sexual harassment, wage/hour, workplace injury, catastrophic personal injury, and consumer rights.

Your benefits will include paid time off, medical, dental, and vision coverage, disability insurance, a 401(k) plus match, and parental leave.

Our goal is to pair talented people with amazing job opportunities. In submitting your application, you’ll be considered for this and other positions with Boly:Welch. Click the apply button to get started. Already a Boly:Welch candidate? Please connect directly with your recruiter to discuss this opportunity.

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