Labor and Employment Partner
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Position Type:  Law Firm
Practice Area:  Labor/Employment
Practice Specialty:  ADA: Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, ADEA: Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, EEOC: Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Employment Litigation, Employment Relations, FLSA: Fair Labor Standards Act, FMLA: Family and Medical Leave Act, Labor, NLRA: National Labor Relations Act, NLRB: National Labor Relations Board, Traditional Labor, Wage and Hour Issues
Location:  Pennsylvania
Job Code:  130103
Job Description:

Is it time to consider a move to a more dynamic law firm with a national platform that will enable you to take your practice to the next level?  Our client has engaged us to recruit labor and employment law Partners to assist in the growth and development of their Pittsburgh office.  If you have superior legal skills, first chair experience, a professional and personal demeanor that instills confidence in clients and a portable book of business, we should speak.  If you want to practice at a top-rated firm with Partners who will support and collaborate with you, and you have an interest and aptitude in continued business development, this firm provides countless opportunities from local and national speaking engagements to internal and external cross-marketing avenues.  This firm is not only known for providing outstanding legal representation and unparalleled client service at reasonable rates, but it also has a transparent culture that is conducive to growing a thriving practice and to fostering professional development.

Requirements:  

Thank you for your interest in a position with one of our clients.  Your information will be reviewed by a recruiter; however, because of the large volume of inquiries that we receive for our positions, we are not able to respond directly to all applicants.  Please note that your resume submission is confidential, and your materials will not be sent to a client without your prior written consent.