- Environmental Law
- Property Development
- Municipal and Government Entity Representation
- Appeals Court Advocacy
At Lieberman & Blecher, we believe that every member of our team is integral to our clients’ success, which is the driver of our success as a law firm. We promote a culture that values collaboration and professional development, and that challenges each team member to grow personally and professionally in service of our firm’s mission: to achieve lasting results for our clients.
We are always interested in hearing from attorneys and paraprofessionals who are interested in our environmental, land use, and complex litigation practices. Please feel free to introduce yourself by sending a cover letter and current resume to [email protected].
ENVIRONMENTAL LITIGATION ASSOCIATE
Lieberman & Blecher is a boutique environmental law firm located in the Princeton, NJ area. We are seeking a litigation associate with 1-2 years environmental law experience preferred, to join our firm. We invite you to visit our website at www.liebermanblecher.com to learn more about the firm.
Please forward your resume to Shari Blecher, Esq.at [email protected].
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT POSITION
Law firm, 10 person office, seeks FT or PT (24 hours) administrative assistant immediately to answer phones, prepare correspondence, scan, handle mail, maintain calendars and files. Also, support internal accountant to process credit card payments, assist with bill preparation to clients and make related collection calls, light data entry of client chargebacks to billing software and miscellaneous support duties.
Send resume and cover letter by email to [email protected]
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