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Associate Attorney

Young Moore and Henderson, P.A. seeks an associate attorney for its fiduciary litigation and administrative law practices. Ideal candidates will have 2-3 years of experience litigating estate, trust, guardianship, fiduciary disputes, administrative, and regulatory matters.

Ideal candidates will have 2-3 years of experience in the above practice areas with strong academics and well-developed research, writing and analytical skills as well as the desire to focus their practice on litigation needs that arise from other aspects of robust administrative, estate planning, trust and estate administration practices. A North Carolina law license is required.

Benefits provided by the firm to employees include medical, dental, life insurance, long term disability, and long term care. Firm also has a retirement plan.

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Litigation Paralegal

Seeking full-time litigation paralegal with excellent organizational skills. Important personal qualities are intelligence, attention to detail, and a commitment to a job well done. At least 1-2 years of litigation experience is preferred.

Work will include commercial litigation, employment litigation, and personal injury/ insurance coverage litigation in both state and federal court.

The successful applicant will have strong computer skills including electronic filing and electronic document production.

Firm offers exceptional benefits, a competitive salary, and a great work environment.

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