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Location California - Sacramento
Job ID MO2M238542
Municipal Law Litigation
Sacramento office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks senior municipal attorney with 5+ years of experience in general municipal law, with litigation experience and an interest in working on both transactional and litigation matters. The candidate must be highly motivated, self-sufficient, and have a high level of dedication and discipline. Should preferably have significant experience in all of the following areas: Open government (Brown Act, Conflicts of Interest, Public Records Act). Experience in labor and employment would be a real plus. The firm offers a generous benefits package and the opportunity to develop own skills and grow professionally.
The Sacramento office of this firm represents clients from every area of the state in matters involving water law, natural resources, municipal and public agency, public finance, education, construction, employment and labor, bankruptcy and creditors rights, and related litigation. The work environment is cooperative and the firms attorneys are incredibly down-to-earth; one associate claims she love[s] working as a team with the people here the lawyers, paralegals, even the staff. Billable hour expectations are very reasonable, and compensation is competitive with other Sacramento firms.
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1750 Montgomery St Fl 1San Francisco,California 94111
Phone (415) 464 6897
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