Boutin Jones Inc. is seeking two associates to join its Employment Law Practice Group. The Employment group at Boutin Jones works closely as a team in a collaborative environment. An associate attorney who joins our group can expect to practice at the highest levels of the legal profession, focusing exclusively on labor and employment law. The firm provides professional development opportunities for attorneys interested in one day becoming shareholders of the firm. Candidates should have at least two to five years of significant experience in employment law. The Employment group is seeking to hire one associate for its litigation practice, and another associate who is interested in advice and counseling on an exclusive basis. The group is open to the possibility of candidates with interest in both areas of the practice. This is an excellent opportunity for hardworking, smart individuals who enjoy private practice and are committed to serving clients’ needs.
Boutin Jones is proud of the work environment we have created and the high level of service we provide to our clients. Our firm offers a progressive and competitive benefits package, a challenging and engaging work environment, a leadership team that makes smart business decisions, and a collection of dedicated, smart attorneys who are committed to serving our clients. At Boutin Jones you will find the perfect balance of professional growth opportunities, challenging work, good friends, and fun. If you currently reside outside the Sacramento area, we think you will find that Sacramento is an affordable and great place to live.
Boutin Jones offers a competitive compensation and benefits package which includes a generous 401(k) plan, a wide variety of health plans, a bonus program which rewards performance on both objective and subjective bases, and more.
Interested candidates should submit their resumes, writing samples, and law school transcripts with a cover letter to Iain Mickle at email@example.com. Boutin Jones prefers direct application candidates as opposed to outside recruiters.
Health Care Litigation Associate
Boutin Jones Inc.’s Health Care Section seeks to hire a junior to mid-level litigation associate attorney. Prior experience working with health care providers related to managed care litigation/arbitration is preferred but not required. HIPAA, anti-kickback, STARK, and provider contracting experience a plus but not required. Candidates should have a minimum of two years of litigation/arbitration experience.
We seek team players who show long term business development potential to join our firm where there is real opportunity for partnership. Must be licensed to practice law in California.
Interested candidates should send their cover letter and resume to Recruiting@BoutinJones.com, using Health Care Associate in the Subject line.
Does this sound familiar to you? You’re assigned a mentor you have little in common with or never hear from. You’re surrounded by boxes and spend hour after hour looking through documents. You’ve waited years to meet the client for whom you’ve been working. While this may sound familiar to new attorneys at other law firms, it’s not the experience new attorneys have at Boutin Jones. We don’t talk about mentoring programs—we spend time developing associates because we enjoy it and it’s the right thing to do. We are the ideal size to make sure associates have engaging work and learn from more experienced attorneys. We aren’t afraid to let associates work directly with our clients. If you’re not sure all that is possible, we invite you to speak with one of our associates.
During the interview process, I was amazed with how protective they were with the culture they’ve created here. I quickly became more and more attached as I got to know the people. – Ashley Connell, associate attorney at Boutin Jones
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Examples of work assignments from an actual first year attorney:
I met directly with clients, visited clients’ facilities, helped to close large transactions, prepared template agreements, drafted motions for summary judgment, drafted writs, wrote preliminary injunctions, wrote complaints, and appeared by myself at ex parte hearings.