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At Lieberman Blecher & Sinkevich 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].


ASSOCIATE ATTORNEY

Description: Lieberman, Blecher & Sinkevich, P.C. is a boutique environmental law firm based in Princeton, NJ. Our firm serves the NJ/NY area. LBS is looking for an associate attorney for immediate hire with 2-5 years experience, environmental/land use experience preferred. This is an ideal opportunity for an attorney to grow and manage his or her own cases under the guidance of experienced practitioners. LBS provides services for a wide array of clients and engages in both litigation and transactional work. The ideal candidate will manage litigation cases and resolve legal disputes on behalf of clients by developing agreements, negotiating contacts, setting claims and advocating for clients in court. This individual will build client relationships and provide an excellent customer experience for clients. LBS attorneys are permitted to work remotely although an occasional in-office presence is required. We are looking to hire immediately and will review applications on a rolling basis.

If interested, please email your resume and a brief cover letter to [email protected].

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