This is an opportunity to be an integral member of one of the region’s leading litigation practice teams, which provides a full spectrum of litigation services to local, regional, and national businesses in both the public and private sectors. The Firm’s litigation section has enjoyed the envious reputation for aggressive representation with a high level of success on behalf of its diverse clientele. Our litigation attorneys in El Paso and Las Cruces have represented clients in a myriad of matters, including antitrust, commercial, labor and employment, workers’ compensation, insurance defense, healthcare and medical malpractice defense, trademark infringement, property and landlord-tenant claims, and creditors’ rights, to name a few.
Litigation associates work directly with the chair of the practice group and other shareholders. The associate who is hired for this position will be challenged and rewarded by an accelerated learning track with immediate hands-on client contact. ScottHulse is committed to attracting, developing, and retaining a diverse workforce of highly talented professionals and to providing an attainable path to shareholder status.
Successful candidates should have litigation experience with legal research, analysis, and drafting of complex memoranda as well as motions and briefs. Ideal candidates should also have strong litigation skills, including some trial and pre-trial experience, as well as experience drafting and arguing dispositive motions, taking and defending depositions, and counseling clients on matters related to litigation.
This position is in El Paso, Texas, one of the most dynamic growth markets in North America. El Paso has been repeatedly ranked as one of the Safest Large Cities in the U.S. and is a Milken Institute Top 20 Best Performing City. If you want to work in a respected law firm in a major, emerging city, where you can build your career and family for the long-term, while enjoying work/life balance and great quality of life, this is an excellent opportunity.
Outstanding academic credentials and excellent written and oral communication skills are required. Texas licensure is required. New Mexico licensure is a plus. A federal district court or circuit court of appeals clerkship is treated with credit toward Shareholder. Bilingual (English/Spanish) skills and ties to the Borderplex Region are desirable.
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