Senior Associate Attorney

Posted: 11/01/2022

Attorneys spend their careers sharpening and perfecting their legal talents. They become experts at litigating cases, they advance their legal advocacy to best serve their clients, and they demonstrate poise when interpreting and responding to legal curveballs. Too often when attorneys are not provided the appropriate platform, they don't get the luxury of focusing on these specific skills.

At Bruning & Associates we provide a foundation that has been proven to succeed but also gives the attorney autonomy to choose its focus and direction of its legal practice. Some of the support we offer includes:

  • Paid networking groups and coaching on how to utilize
  • Funding for professional memberships
  • Client generation support through firm marketing
  • Paid professional development opportunities
  • Mentoring and mentorship opportunities
  • Utilization of firm forms, templates, and professional staff
  • Over 20 years of work product to use as a database
  • Collaborative office culture
The types of tasks you can expect as a Bruning & Associates Associate Attorney include:
  • Preparation of pleadings, motions, and memoranda
  • Research and writing
  • Written discovery and depositions
  • Regular court appearances
  • Trials and evidentiary hearings
  • Client development and management
  • Participation in law firm strategic planning and firm management initiatives
  • Collaboration with other lawyers and professional staff
  • Participation in community outreach activities of the law firm
  • Membership and maintenance of a local networking group
Bruning & Associates attorneys have the opportunity to control their own earning potential. Our generous compensation package includes:
  • Competitive base salary
  • Unlimited bonus program based on performance and initiative
  • Paid vacations
  • Group health insurance
  • Retirement benefits (401k plan)
Interested candidates should contact kbruning@bruninglaw.com
Visit our website for more information at www.bruninglaw.com 

 

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