Join the HRW Team: Now Hiring An Associate

By Erinn Larson   January 15, 2021

Hirsch Roberts Weinstein LLP is seeking an attorney with 3+ years of experience in labor and employment law. The ideal candidate should have a strong knowledge base in these areas, pride in their written work, a powerful sense of responsibility, and the ability to think strategically. Familiarity with litigation or higher education law is a plus.

Candidates must be eager to take initiative, able to work both independently and as part of a collaborative team, and perform well under sometimes tight deadlines. HRW is committed to providing opportunities for meaningful hands-on experience, including direct counseling opportunities with clients, participation in trainings and investigations, taking depositions, and oral advocacy before courts and governmental agencies.

HRW is a premier litigation, employment, and labor law firm located in Boston, where it has been recognized with Tier 1 Rankings in each of those areas by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers. HRW proudly represents a wide range of respected businesses and institutions, including Fortune 500 companies, major colleges and universities, esteemed non-profit institutions, and cutting-edge high-tech companies. The firm combines integrity and professionalism with heart and a sense of humor, creating a caring and collegial work environment. We are dedicated to diversity and inclusion and welcome applicants from all backgrounds.

Please email a cover letter, resume, and writing sample to to be considered.

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