TR Grace Jobs in Connecticut
Wonderful lifestyle Connecticut based law firm seeks mid-level associate with labor law experience. Ideal candidate will have 2-5 years of experience in public sector collective bargaining, grievance arbitrations and prohibitive practice hearings. Must be a good writer and must be admitted to CT Bar. Busy practice, partnership track position. Please send your resume as a MS Word document attached...
Temporary opportunity for attorney with litigation background and experience to join friendly in house team. Duration of this assignment is indefinite. Strong litigation skills with some experience in insurance matters a plus. Ideal candidate will have at least 2 years’ experience as a practicing attorney in litigation at a law firm. Hourly pay, steady work. Excellent work environment. 40 hours/we...
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