Bremer Whyte Brown & O’Meara’s Newport Beach office is seeking a Family Law Associate Attorney with at least 1-3 years of experience in Family Law Litigation.
An ideal candidate must be motivated, reliable, and able to work independently for a professional firm. This opening is ideal for an attorney ready to take their career to the next level with a highly reputable multi-state firm.
This opportunity will require the candidate to work alongside a partner who is a Certified Family Law Specialist in a team-based environment.
exceptional research and strong legal writing abilities;
an ability to work collaboratively;
the ability to meet deadlines in an environment of supported autonomy.
Candidates should have experience analyzing, researching, and drafting briefs and other pleadings addressing sophisticated legal issues in complex family law matters. Experience with litigation and litigation preparation, preparing for and attending depositions, briefing and arguing dispositive and discovery motions, interfacing with clients and opposing counsel, and attendance at hearings is preferred. Must be able to work well in a team environment, hold exceptional interpersonal communication skills, and have a strong desire to develop and advance their legal career.
BWB&O is committed to inclusion and diversity in the work-place. We are heavily focused on career development, along with, providing employees with a healthy work-life balance. BWB&O offers a competitive market-based compensation package based on experience, an aggressive bonus program, dental, medical and vision insurance, paid time off, paid holidays, and 401k.
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