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Associate Attorney Position



Full time associate wanted for small, fast-paced, and growing Business Law and Business Litigation firm in Miami, Florida (Dadeland area). Attorney will be responsible for all aspects of a client’s case including communicating with clients, drafting pleadings, conducting discovery, preparing for and attending court hearings, mediations and conferences, and preparing for and attending hearings and trials.

Exceptional skills are required, but personality, character, intelligence, and integrity will be paramount considerations. High-maintenance, humorless, or self-important individuals will not succeed in this position and should not apply.


  • Excellent writing, verbal, and math skills;
  • First-rate organizational skills;
  • Impeccable attention to detail;
  • High degree of proficiency with MS Word;
  • Knowledge of Excel, computerized calendaring, and task management helpful;
  • Able to manage multiple cases with conflicting deadlines and time pressures;
  • Self-starter, quick learner, and solid ability to work independently;
  • Demonstrated passion for the practice of law;
  • Suggested three to five years’ experience practicing law in a related practice area;
  • Experience in State and Federal Courts;
  • Licensed to practice law in Florida; and
  • Must have a clean record with respect to malpractice judgments or bar grievance determinations.

A background check will be conducted. References will be contacted. 

To Apply

  1. Submit cover letter and resume to
  1. Include a writing sample which is solely the candidate’s work (not something that has been edited by a prior supervising attorney)
  1. In your cover letter, please answer the following questions in reverse order:
    1. Why should you get this position?
    2. What parts of your work do you least like to do?
    3. What parts of your work do you most like to do?
    4. What has been your most satisfying professional experience?
    5. Why are you passionate about practicing law?


Initial compensation will be based on the associate’s experience.