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Associate Attorney

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Rosette LLP


United States-Arizona, Oklahoma, California, Washington DC, Michigan

Skills And Qualifications:

Rosette, LLP is a leading majority-Indian owned national law firm who’s dynamic approach and practice area diversity is unparalleled for our size firm. We specialize in federal law and it’s application to tribes, tribal business, complex litigation, government negotiations, financial transitions, tribal housing, land use and planning, Human Resources management, tribal energy development, and representation related to internal tribal governance matters. We are currently seeking ambitious and motivated Associate Attorneys to handle legal matters for tribal governments and tribal businesses across the United States with offices in Arizona, California, Michigan, Oklahoma, and Washington D.C.  Applicants must have a minimum of three years of experience. 

Required Education:

Juris Doctorate from an ABA Accredited University

Duties And Responsibilities:

-Provide counsel and legal services to clients as well as represent clients in a professional manner while maintaining express confidentiality.


-Participate in business development functions (trade shows, seminars, etc.) to maintain and build client relationships as well as expand business.


-Travel to off-site meetings with prospective and current clients as needed.


-Apply knowledge of business issues, legal procedures, cases, statutes, and other regulatory authority to effectively counsel clients.


-Communicate with opposing attorneys through personal contact, telephone/email and facsimile to expedite cases to closure.


-Conduct legal research by preparing legal memoranda and necessary pleadings required in all aspects of state, federal and tribal litigation matters on an as needed basis.


-Appear at hearings and trials as needed and/or assigned.


-Draft tribal codes, regulations, agreements, analyze and review legal documents as needed.


-Interface with clients on a continuous basis.


-Comply with all court and state bar licensure obligations.


-Comply with firm employee handbook and other processes.


-Perform other related duties as assigned.

Salary And Benefits:

$60,000-$150,000+ based on experience. Health, Vision, Dental, 401K, Paid Holidays

Contact Info:

Nate Hendricks

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