Associate Attorney with experience in tribal and federal Indian law Job in Louisville, CO Near Me - 303674 |

Associate Attorney with experience in tribal and federal Indian law

Type Full-Time

Location Colorado - Louisville

Job ID KWD9303674

Experience Level Junior Associate

Job Experience Min. 1 - Max. 8 Years

Ranking 1 : Mostly Consumer $

Estimated Salary Consumer Facing Salary (Tends to be on Lower End to Lowest in Market (Varies by Firm))

Practice Areas Native American Law

2024-05-31 03:56:07

Louisville office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks an associate attorney with experience in tribal and federal Indian law. The candidate will provide counsel and legal services to new and existing clients as well as represent clients in a professional and expedient manner. Will participate in business development functions (conferences, seminars, etc.) as requested to maintain and build client relationships as well as expand business opportunities. Apply knowledge of legal procedures and previous cases to effectively counsel clients. Conduct legal research by preparing legal memoranda and necessary pleadings required in all aspects of tribal, federal, and state litigation matters. Appear at hearings and trials including hearings in tribal courts. Draft agreements and analyze legal documents; and Comply with all court, state bar, and inter-office policies and procedures. Should have experience working with Indian tribes or tribal entities on a wide array of legal issues such as business transitions, housing, education, finance, gaming, government affairs, litigation, energy, natural resources, and taxation. Must have status as an active member in good standing of the Bar of CO or other state jurisdiction. Familiarity with tribal and federal Indian law is required.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctorate degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Must have excellent analytical, research, and writing abilities. Ability to work well independently and as a team in a fast-paced environment is required. Willingness and ability to travel frequently to attend client meetings and court or administrative hearings at locations throughout the United States are needed. Must have proven skills in effectively communicating with Tribal clients and federal, state, or tribal agency representatives. The firm offers benefits like a competitive salary, bonus potential, participation in the firm 401(K) retirement plan, and a benefits package that includes health, dental, vision, life, and disability insurance programs.

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