At Farrell Fritz, we recognize that in order to advance our firm’s mission, there is no more critical goal than attracting and retaining the highest quality people at all levels and in all areas of our practice. To meet this goal, we are committed to providing all our employees with competitive compensation, the opportunity for growth, as well as a highly congenial and comfortable work environment.
The firm frequently seeks to fill positions for talented attorneys, paralegals and professional staff at all of our locations, which span from Albany to the East End of Long Island. We empower all our employees to apply their skills to the best of their ability; we value their opinions and their contributions, and we want them to feel very much “a part of the family.”
Farrell Fritz has established Diversity Scholarships at Hofstra Law and Touro Law Schools. Scholarships are awarded annually by the law schools to a student from a minority community who demonstrates academic achievement and/or financial need.
The depth of talent in each of our practice areas is a recognized strength of our firm. We therefore frequently seek to bring in experienced attorneys to join our “bench” in all of our practice and service areas: bankruptcy & restructuring, business divorce, commercial finance & banking, commercial litigation, construction, corporate, e-discovery, emerging companies & venture capital, environmental law, estate litigation, healthcare, labor & employment, land use & municipal law, New York State Regulatory & Government Relations, not for profit, real estate, tax, tax certiorari & condemnation, and trusts & estates.
Job Posting: Commercial Litigation Attorney
Farrell Fritz, P.C. seeks an Attorney with 5-8 years’ experience for their Commercial Litigation department. Position will be based out of the Firm’s New York City office. Candidate will assist partners with all aspects of commercial litigation and should possess strong legal analysis, legal writing and editing, and oral advocacy skills. Excellent organizational, interpersonal communication, and teamwork skills required. Competitive pay and benefits. Please send cover letter and resume to Liz Knechtges, Director of Administration. Direct submissions by candidates only.
Job Posting: Trusts & Estates Attorney
Farrell Fritz, P.C. seeks an Attorney with 5-10 years’ experience for their Trusts and Estates department for their Uniondale office. Candidate should have extensive experience in trust and estates, with an emphasis in estate planning. Position will assist partners with all aspects of general trusts and estates. Candidate should have excellent time management and organizational skills and motivated to contribute to the growth of the firm. Excellent pay and benefits. Please send cover letter and resume to Liz Knechtges, Director of Administration.
We actively seek out recently graduated attorneys who share our commitment and values to join our firm. Unlike some firms of our size, we offer our junior associates the opportunity to work on substantial matters for major clients from day one. We feel it is this combination of “big firm” opportunity and a “small firm” friendly, collegial environment that distinguishes Farrell Fritz as an ideal place to launch a legal career.
Talented paralegals are an essential element of our team-oriented approach to client service. We seek paralegals with experience in each of our practice areas. We encourage them to contribute as a dynamic and valuable part of our team, and we offer them excellent compensation and opportunities for growth.
As a large, diverse and growing regional law firm, Farrell Fritz is frequently in need of qualified individuals to fill administrative staff positions in our five offices. Staff members have the opportunity to continue their education within our offices, as the firm presents both CLE and professional development seminars for attorneys and professional staff. Farrell Fritz is an equal opportunity employer.
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