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Associate Attorney – Join Our Firm | Jonny Law

Award-winning firm Jonny Law is open to new candidates for our Associate Attorney position. See why you should Join our firm that has resolved millions of dollars in claims. This is an outstanding firm that has received many awards. 



      • Active Member of the State Bar of California in good standing

      • 1 year of employment litigation experience

      • Ability to negotiate, research, and communicate both verbally and in writing

      • Outstanding written and verbal communication

      • Strong critical thinking, interpersonal, and public speaking skills

      • Ability to exercise common sense in complex situations


    Duties include but are not limited to the following:

        • Opportunities to engage in depositions and other hearings

        • Draft and prepare pleadings, motions, and other legal documents

        • Develop legal strategies to resolve cases favorably and cost-effectively for clients

        • Bring a team-oriented and positive attitude

        • Opportunities for growth and advancement



          • Competitive Pay

          • Opportunities for growth and advancement

          • Free HMO plan and ancillary benefits

          • Commission plans

          • Paid vacation

          • State Bar Dues

          • 401k

          • Health, Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance
          • 10 days PTO

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