Associate Attorney - Tribal/Indian Law - Amazing Louisville, CO firm!
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Salary: $100,000 - $200,000 per year
A bit about us:
We are a national law firm dedicated to the representation of American Indian tribes and organizations. We represent tribes and tribal entities in a wide spectrum of services including business transactions, litigation, and governmental affairs in many forums, including state, federal and tribal courts.
Why join us?
Your total compensation package will include 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.
We are truly a family friendly firm - staff and attorneys genuinely like coming to work!
We are seeking an Associate Attorney with experience in tribal and federal Indian law for our
Louisville, Colorado office.
Minimum qualifications include:
- Juris Doctorate degree from an ABA accredited law school;
- Status as an active member in good standing of the bar of CO or other state jurisdiction;
- 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;
- Familiarity with tribal and federal Indian law;
- Excellent analytical, research, and writing abilities;
- Ability to work well independently and as a team in a fast-paced environment;
- Willingness and ability to travel frequently to attend client meetings and court or
administrative hearings at locations throughout the United States; and
- Proven skills in effectively communicating with Tribal clients, and federal, state or
tribal agency representatives.
Duties and Responsibilities include: (other duties may be assigned)
- Provide counsel and legal services to new and existing clients as well as represent
clients in a professional and expedient manner;
- Participate in business development functions (conferences, seminars, etc.) as
requested to maintain and build client relationships as well as expand business
- 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.
- Our office handles substantial work for tribal clients in the areas of education, housing,
and tax, as well as general tribal legal counsel services.
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