Washington, DC, United States
Jul 24, 2021
We are seeking an attorney to enforce the rights of employee benefit funds to collect delinquent contributions and withdrawal liability payments from employers. The work includes tracking claims, communicating with debtors, searching for assets, perfecting the creditors’ interests, negotiating settlements, and preparing cases for litigation. The attorney will be supervised by other attorneys at the firm.
Flexible hours available and the work may be done remotely until Q3-2021 due to COVID. The firm provides competitive compensation and generous benefits. The firm is committed to the training and the professional development of its attorneys.
The firm also is committed to increasing the diversity of our attorneys and staff—we believe that diversity, including racial diversity, reflects our values and improves the quality of our work—and we strongly encourage applications from Black and indigenous persons and people of color, from persons identifying as LBGTQ+, and from persons with disabilities.
The applicant should possess outstanding written, oral communication, and interpersonal skills, as well as an excellent academic record.
Relevant experience is preferred but not required. The applicant must be a member of the District of Columbia bar, or have an application pending to join either as a member of the bar from another U.S. jurisdiction or after successful completion of the DC bar exam.
The applicant should submit a cover letter, resume, law school transcript, substantial writing sample, and at least three references from the applicant’s legal career and academic experience. Application materials may be sent to email@example.com.