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We are looking for an experienced litigation attorney who is well versed in real estate law and current non-judicial foreclosure law to add to our growing legal team.​ Ideal candidates should have a minimum of 3 years of legal and litigation experience, and​ MUST be licensed in California. Further, we are looking for individuals that are committed to a long term position with our company.​ We are...
Job Description: Labor and Employment Attorneys With Growing Portable Business Position Features: ? Immediate Case Load Responsibility ? Actual Trial Exposure ? Partnership Considerations Act-1 Legal Solutions has an exclusive search with a longstanding client in DTLA that is looking to grow its practice with a dynamic team player to compliment its practice. The firm's practice of business, litiga...
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Bankruptcy Attorney

Salaries

$33,280.00 - $312,000.00
Typical Salary for Bankruptcy Attorney in California
(15 Respondents)
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Education / Training

Professional
76.9%
Doctorate
15.4%
Bachelor's
7.7%
(13 Respondents)
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