Open Associate Position in Sacramento Office (Labor Law)
July 30, 2021 by Beeson Tayer & Bodine
Beeson, Tayer and Bodine is a progressive 17-Attorney law firm with offices in Oakland and Sacramento, California. The firm’s practice includes all aspects of Union-side labor and employment law, including representing public and private sector Unions, educators, employee benefit plans, and individual employees in wage and hour litigation. For more information, please see our website at www.beesontayer.com.
Our Sacramento Office has a position open for an attorney with over two years’ experience. Applicants must be admitted to the bar, although not necessarily in California. In addition to a strong academic background and superior writing and oral advocacy skills, applicants must share our commitment to the labor and worker’s rights movements. We welcome applicants with Union-related experience but have also hired attorneys with experience in plaintiffs’ employment law and/or public interest law. Applicants should have completed labor and employment law courses.
The Firm offers competitive salary and generous benefits, as well as a congenial workplace. Compensation is commensurate with experience and includes an excellent benefit package including employer-paid family medical/dental/vision, profit sharing, 401(k) match and commute assistance. Beeson, Tayer and Bodine is an equal opportunity employer and invites applicants from all backgrounds to apply.
Please email (only) resume with cover letter, transcript, references and writing sample to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include in the subject line “Sacramento Labor” to ensure correct routing. No phone calls or in-person visits, please.
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