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Los Angeles office of our client seeks land use attorney with 2+ years of experience. The candidate will represent private property owners and developers before city councils, county boards, planning commissions and other local, state and federal administrative bodies. Should have experience in development matters, including entitlement processing, public hearings and litigation pertaining to land use issues. Must have CEQA experience at a major law firm. Experience with land use work, municipal law and regulatory matters is helpful.
This is a very good firm and is definitely in growth mode. The Los Angeles office of this innovative firm – one of the fastest growing law firms in the western United States – has a broad-based practice that cuts across all areas of commercial and business law. In particular, the firm boasts an impressive litigation practice, and intellectual property, corporate, tax & estate planning, and labor & employment are all very solid. Although the firm's attorneys are described as "entrepreneurial" and "intense," they tend to socialize more than at most firms. Salaries are competitive, and minimum billable hours requirements are reasonable.
Los Angeles office of our client seeks attorney with 3-6 years of experience. The candidate should have special emphasis on land use, including general plans and development agreements and various resource areas. Special emphasis on including Endangered Species Act, Clean Water Act, Air Quality, Health Risk Assessments and/or Biological Resources are major plus. Should have superior transactional and/or litigation skills.
This firm has offices in both Sacramento and Los Angeles, California. This firm primarily represents public agencies in complex land use and environmental matters. This firm is a full-service environmental and land use firm. The firm is committed to providing cost-effective, high quality legal services to each client. Some of this firm's practice areas include clean air and climate change, public infrastructure, water quality, inverse condemnation, land use planning, sustainable planning and development, and water supply, storage, and conservation.
Los Angeles office of our client seeks land use attorney with 2-3 years of experience. The candidate will represent developers, institutions, individuals, and for-profit and nonprofit entities to guide complex and sensitive projects through an increasingly intricate regulatory process. Should have strong land use and CEQA experience at a major law firm. Some experience with government contract work, including bid protests, and regulatory matters is preferred. California Bar Membership in good standing is essential.
What an interesting and varied group of attorneys this firm attracts. We believe this is a true Westside law firm and that the people in this firm truly care about their firm. This firm has very interesting work and has taken a lot of time to think about the type of work it likes to do and how to approach the work. The attorneys in this firm all appear to have a spark and to enjoy being attorneys. We are impressed with many of the associates in this firm because a lot of them have managed to generate very significant amounts of business quite early in their careers. This is a super place, and attorneys can be happy here. The firm has been growing at a steady clip for a long time now and has some interesting contacts in leading California industries. Additionally, the management of this firm is among the best we have seen of any firm and takes an active part in the development of the firm's associates and allows them to know exactly what is expected of them to advance up the ladder. This firm has significant connections all throughout the United States.
Los Angeles office is seeking a mid-level land use attorney with 5-6 years of hands-on experience in transactional land use (due diligence, CEQA/NEPA, water supply) and environmental regulatory permitting and compliance (endangered species, air quality, water quality). Candidates should have strong academic and law firm experience.
This California-based law firm has two offices in the state and employs a fairly large team of highly skilled attorneys. It focuses on twelve areas of practice, including business-corporate law, environmental law, insurance law, and intellectual property law. The firm is committed to community service and is actively involved in charitable programs with a variety of nonprofit organizations throughout the year. An equal opportunity employer, this firm encourages diversity and inclusion at the workplace.
Environmental Attorney jobs in Los Angeles, California
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