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Litigation Attorney

Young Moore and Henderson seeks a litigation associate with two to four years of experience to join its transportation litigation team. Litigation will include the areas of transportation, product liability, and premises liability, among others. Candidates must have a strong academic background, interpersonal skills, and be excellent writers with strong research and analytical skills. Must send cover letter with resume to HR@youngmoorelaw.com.

Legal Administrative Assistant/Paralegal

Young Moore and Henderson is looking for a fulltime legal administrative assistant/paralegal with at least five years of law firm experience for our Workers’ Compensation practice. Successful candidate will be self-motivated, have strong attention to detail along with excellent organizational skills. Responsibilities include scheduling depositions, mediations and other meetings, knowledge of electronic billing and ability to track and follow up, electronic and paper filing, dictation, Industrial Commission uploading and filing, drafting and editing documents. Bachelor’s degree is preferred. Firm offers exceptional benefits and a great work environment. Must send cover letter with resume to HR@youngmoorelaw.com.


Benefits

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

All inquiries should be sent to HR@youngmoorelaw.com.

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