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Location Montana - Billings
Job ID AY5S185375
Litigation - General/Commercial
Billings office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks commercial and litigation attorney with preferably some experience. The candidate should preferably have an LL.M. degree in taxation.
The ideal candidate will be attorney who is team-oriented, pro-active, and self-motivated.
As one of the first firms to advise in Montana, they are devoted to their clients in northern Wyoming to Montana. With a number of offices, they can dedicate their time to proudly represent each client with the highest quality service. This law firm, with over a century of experience, covers a large number of industries. Some of the areas they cover are administrative law, white-collar criminal defense, alcoholic beverage licenses, real estate, commercial litigation, Indian law, constitutional law, medical malpractice defense and personal injury.
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Billings office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks associate attorney with litigation experience.
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Billings office of our client seeks associate attorney with preferably 5 years of litigation experience. The candidate will do primarily commercial litigation, including contract, property, construction and estate cases, with the opportunity to be a major part of a small, well established, highly rated, general practice firm.
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