Last Updated October 4, 2019

Paralegal I or II - Metro
Metro is seeking a Paralegal I or II with understanding of land use and real estate issues, great attention to detail, an ability to manage deadlines, and a significant use of independent judgment. For the full job announcement and link to our online hiring center, visit www.oregonmetro.gov/jobs. EEO/AA (10/4/19)

Associate Attorney – Personal  Injury
Solo attorney seeks associate attorney for growing personal injury practice located in the Tigard Triangle. This firm represents injured victims through the personal injury claim process with insurance companies and in court. Candidates must have 2-5 years of experience in personal injury practice, be competitive, highly motivated, and have a strong work ethic. Competitive compensation package. Please send cover letter, resume, and professional references to travis@mayorlaw.com. (10/3/19)

Development Director
Youth, Rights & Justice is seeking a Development Director. This position is responsible for supporting the development efforts of YRJ, and for implementing effective strategies to grow the private sector fundraising efforts of the organization, including cultivating and soliciting individual and corporate donations/sponsorships, as well as researching and writing grants for foundation gifts.  The Development Director will create the strategy for, and develop and maintain, a comprehensive fund development plan, working closely with the Executive Director and Board of Directors.  In addition, the Development Director will work cross-collaboratively with the Management team of YRJ Attorneys in effectively representing the mission of the organization as it relates to resource development initiatives.

The majority of YRJ’s $2.9 million budget comes from government contracts (approximately 80%) for the YRJ court-appointed attorneys to represent children in foster care, parents in the child dependency system, and youth in the juvenile court system.  The other portion of the budget (approximately 20%) is the private sector funding that helps support the YRJ SchoolWorks and Policy programs, and is the responsibility of the YRJ Development Director. To see the full job announcement, please visit www.youthrightsjustice.org/employment. (9/26/19)

Director of Diversity & Inclusion
The Oregon State Bar is looking for someone to provide leadership and oversight for the OSB’s initiatives and programs to advance diversity and inclusion within the legal profession. 
Visit http://www.osbar.org/osbcenter/openings.html for job details.
Equal Opportunity Employer   (9/18/19)

Family Law Attorney Position Available
Schantz Lang PC, a Washington county-based firm, is seeking an associate attorney with at least 3 years of Family Law experience to join our team. We’re looking for someone who enjoys working in a fast-paced, team-focused environment. Please email your cover letter and resume to: annalise@schantzfamilylaw.com. All submissions are strictly confidential. (9/18/19)

Commission on Judicial Fitness and Disability - Executive Director
The Commission on Judicial Fitness and Disability is seeking its next Executive Director. For more information and to apply, please visit: https://bit.ly/2k8ny9Y (9/13/19)

Associate for Plaintiffs’ Personal Injury Law Office
Law Office of Charles Robinowitz seeks associate to be team member in small Portland plaintiffs’ personal injury firm. Martindale-Hubbell rated “Pre-eminently Qualified.” Cases involve complex personal injuries, wrongful death and maritime personal injuries.

Candidate must have excellent writing, analytical and research skills, and a strong passion for justice and excellence in representing clients. Ideal candidate will have several years of litigation experience or clerkship. Salary DOE and skills. Please send cover letter, resume and writing sample to jessica@crlawoffice.com. (9/10/19)

Tax and M&A Attorney
Parsons Farnell & Grein, LLP is seeking an attorney with a minimum of five years of experience practicing tax and mergers and acquisitions (M&A) law to join our business and transactions practice group. An advanced degree in taxation is preferred. Candidates should have significant experience with a wide variety of tax and M&A transactions, including advising on and drafting term sheets, letters of intent, purchase and sale agreements, operating agreements, shareholder agreements, as well as with corporate and partnership taxation issues and business succession matters. Some experience with estate/gift taxation would be a plus. Excellent academic credentials and professional references as well as solid legal research, writing, and communication skills are essential. The position is full-time, although we are willing to consider a candidate seeking less than full-time employment. PFG provides a team-oriented working environment with competitive salary and benefits. Applicants must be admitted to practice law in the State of Oregon. Qualified applicants should send a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and law school transcript to jobs@pfglaw.com. (9/10/19)

Business and Transactional Attorney
Parsons Farnell & Grein, LLP is seeking an attorney to join our business and transactions practice group. The preferred candidate will have two to four years of business and transactions experience. The attorney in this position will assist our business clients on a wide range of matters, including selection of the appropriate business form and business formation, mergers and acquisitions, real estate transactions, estate planning, business succession matters, probate and trust administration, and other business transactions. Excellent academic credentials and professional references as well as solid legal research, writing, and communication skills are essential. The position is full-time, although we are willing to consider a candidate seeking less than full-time employment. PFG provides a team-oriented working environment with competitive salary and benefits. Applicants must be admitted to practice law in the State of Oregon. Qualified applicants should send a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and law school transcript to jobs@pfglaw.com. (9/10/19)

Bankruptcy / Restructuring Attorney
Sussman Shank, LLP, a mid-sized, full-service commercial law firm in Portland, Oregon has an immediate opening in its Chapter 11 Bankruptcy and Restructuring Group. We are seeking an attorney with 3-7+ years’ experience in chapter 11 cases and business litigation. Candidate should also have meaningful, hands-on courtroom and office experience in handling significant UCC matters, business restructuring, commercial loan workouts, and receiverships. 

Please address cover letters and resumes to our Chief Operating Officer, Steven T. Seguin.  Visit Sussman Shank’s website for information on the firm and its attorneys at www.sussmanshank.com.    

Competitive Benefits and Compensation.
Ranked one of the 100 Best Companies to Work for in Oregon.
Equal Opportunity Employer (9/5/19)

Business/Transactional Attorney
Sussman Shank, LLP, a mid-sized, full-service commercial law firm in Portland, Oregon has an immediate opening in its business practice group for a highly-skilled transactional lawyer with a minimum of seven plus years’ experience as lead counsel on significant M&A transactions, creation and negotiation of commercial loan documentation, and outside general counsel advice.   An ideal candidate has an advanced tax degree and shows dedication to business and practice development.

Please address cover letters and resumes to our Chief Operating Officer, Steven T. Seguin.   Visit Sussman Shank’s website for information on the firm and its attorneys at www.sussmanshank.com.    

Competitive Benefits and Compensation.
Ranked one of the 100 Best Companies to Work for in Oregon.
Equal Opportunity Employer (8/30/19)

Discipline Legal Secretary
The Oregon State Bar is looking for someone to provide administrative and legal secretarial support for the Disciplinary Counsel’s office and related regulatory programs.
Please visit http://www.osbar.org/osbcenter/openings.html for job details.
Equal Opportunity Employer   (8/26/19)

Litigation Associate - Downtown Portland
Seifer Yeats Zwierzynski & Gragg is seeking an Associate Attorney with at least three to five years of experience in construction law or litigation. The ideal candidate has experience that demonstrates: (a) excellent research, writing and analytical skills; (b) attention to detail; (c) confidence in taking depositions and/or in presenting oral argument in the courtroom; and, importantly (d) a strong desire to accelerate the learning process by becoming actively involved in the handling of complex cases. Applicants must be admitted to practice law in Oregon. Admission in Washington is a plus, but not required. We provide a team oriented working environment with competitive salary. Qualified applicants should send a cover letter, and resume to Dan Gragg at gragg@seifer-yeats.com. (8/26/19)

Associate Attorney - Family Law 
Small, busy Portland family law firm seeks enthusiastic associate. Friendly, supportive work environment. 2-5 years relevant experience preferred. Email letter/resume to mark@kramer-associates.com or fax letter/resume, attn: Jamie: 503.274.4774. (8/21/19)

Litigation Associate - Portland
Williams Kastner is seeking an attorney with three to five years’ experience in commercial disputes, product liability, toxic torts and related defense work in its Portland, Oregon office.  Applicants should be motivated, hard-working individuals with a strong academic background.  Applicants should also have excellent communication and organizational skills.  Applicants must be admitted to practice law in the State of Oregon.  Admission to practice law in the State of Washington is helpful but not required.. Qualified applicants should send their resumes, writing sample and copy of law school transcript to Patti Christiansen, pchristiansen@williamskastner.com. (8/5/19)

Disciplinary Counsel and Director of Regulatory Services
The Oregon State Bar is looking for someone to be responsible for directing and overseeing the operations of the Oregon State Bar (OSB) admissions, disciplinary, and other regulatory programs.
Please visit http://www.osbar.org/osbcenter/openings.html for job details.
Equal Opportunity Employer  (8/5/19) 

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