Join Our Team: HRW Seeking Mid-Level Associate

By Erinn Larson   July 22, 2019

Interested in joining the HRW team?

Hirsch Roberts Weinstein is seeking a mid-level associate with between three and five years’ experience in litigation, employment, labor, and/or higher education law.  The ideal candidate has demonstrable experience in one or more of these areas, has a strong academic background, is responsive, takes initiative, is a strategic thinker, and takes great pride in their work. Candidates must work well under deadlines and have the ability to work independently and as part of a larger team.

HRW is committed to affording opportunities for hands-on experience and client contact, including taking depositions, oral advocacy before court and governmental agencies, participation in client trainings, and client counseling. A major benefit to this position is the opportunity to collaborate with HRW’s talented group of lawyers, paralegals, and support professionals.

HRW is a premier litigation, labor, and employment law firm located in Boston. We proudly represent a wide range of respected businesses and institutions, including Fortune 500 companies, prominent colleges and universities, esteemed non-profit institutions, and cutting-edge high-tech companies. The firm has a heart and a sense of humor, creating an enjoyable, humane, and collegial atmosphere. We are committed to diversity and inclusion and welcome applicants from all backgrounds.

Please email a cover letter, resume, and writing sample to jobs@hrwlawyers.com to be considered.


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