Boly:Welch

Job Number: 14581

Salary: $100K – $200K DOE

Industry: Legal

What Matters Most:

  • 2+ years of experience
  • Oregon State Bar membership required
  • Admission to CA Bar within 1 year


Your New Role:
Did you get into the legal field to make a difference? Do you thrive in a fast-paced environment? You might be a perfect fit for this justice-based law firm’s Transactional Associate Attorney role.

As a Transactional Associate Attorney, you’ll negotiate, draft, review, and revise various contracts, including class action settlement agreements. You’ll also handle and process class action notices, claim forms, and other related documents. 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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