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At The Reynolds Law Firm, PC, we work hard as a team to provide the highest quality legal services possible to our clients. We value our staff and celebrate life whenever we can. If you are kind, conscientious, reliable, and committed to social justice, then a career with us might be for you.


Are you looking to return to the workplace following COVID-19 restrictions? Have you gotten laid off or taken a step back from your employment because of the pandemic? Do you want to work in a supportive environment that is continuing to thrive and maintain its strength through these times?

The Reynolds Law Firm, PC is seeking an experienced bookkeeper to join our team. The position is 40 hours per week with some flexibility in scheduling. Responsibilities include accounts payable and receivable, billing and reporting, client data management, and general administrative duties.

The successful applicant will have a minimum one (1) year of bookkeeping experience, be proficient in QuickBooks and Microsoft Office, and have strong attention to detail and accuracy. Preference for applicants with law firm bookkeeping experience.

To apply, email the following material to cover letter, resume, and three references.

Associate Attorney

Are you searching for a fresh opportunity with new challenges and responsibilities? Do you want to live and work in a community which hosts a university, world-class vineyards, and where mountains and the ocean are only a short drive away? Our established law firm, located in Corvallis, Oregon, is committed to social justice, client needs, quality legal services, and we may be the right fit for your professional goals.

The Reynolds Law Firm, PC is seeking an associate attorney to practice primarily as a litigator in the areas of business law, real estate, construction law, landlord/tenant law, and trust/probate litigation.  While the position focuses on litigation, it will also involve transactional work in the above areas, as well as non-litigation estate administration (probate and trust administration).

The ideal candidate must:

  1. Work well both independently and as a member of a team;

  2. Be prepared to handle a full case load with in-house mentorship and case support;

  3. Be willing to relocate to the Corvallis area in the near future;

  4. Follow strict COVID-19 protocols drafted in accordance with State, CDC, and OSHA guidelines;

  5. Be a member of the Oregon State Bar or be eligible and willing to become a member within the next year.

Salary is dependent upon experience and workload. Two years’ (or more) experience preferred. Compensation includes a robust benefits package, as well as a 10% pro bono billable time allowance for work devoted to board service and community engagement. If you are a qualified candidate committed to social justice and are passionate about helping others, then please apply for consideration.

To do so, include the following items in an email to cover letter, resume, writing sample, three references, and your salary expectations.