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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.
Associate Attorney - Civil Litigation
The Reynolds Law Firm, PC is seeking an associate attorney to practice primarily as a litigator in the areas of civil litigation, 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.
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: cover letter, resume, writing sample, three references, and your salary expectations.
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $50,000.00 - $150,000.00 per year
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**Candidates must be vaccinated and willing to follow strict COVID-19 protocols drafted in accordance with State, CDC, and OSHA guidelines.