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Job Opportunity — Attorney Investigator
Ellis Buehler Makus LLP (the Firm) seeks a creative and detail-oriented attorney with one to three years of experience practicing employment law to join its workplace investigations team as an Attorney Investigator. The Attorney Investigator is responsible for conducting impartial investigations for public and private employer clients throughout California. This includes investigations into complaints of a wide array of issues, including workplace harassment, fraud and compliance, and whistleblower complaints.
About the Firm
The Firm’s practice is almost exclusively focused on conducting workplace investigations for public and private employers throughout California. The Firm has three partners, with extensive experience practicing employment law, including litigation, advice and counsel and workplace investigations. More information about the Firm can be found on its website at www.ebmlawgroup.com.
- Member of the California State Bar in good standing
- 1-3 years of experience practicing employment law, with litigation experience preferred
- Excellent legal writing and analytical skills
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Strong Microsoft Office skills
- Ability to travel within California
- Ability to work remotely
- Strong work ethic and excellent attention to detail and follow through
- Ability to work independently and exercise excellent judgment
- Ability to manage multiple projects and competing deadlines
- Experience counseling clients on employment law matters, whether employees or employers
- Strong interviewing skills
- Familiarity with state and federal EEO laws
- Formal training in workplace investigations a plus
- Conduct impartial and thorough investigations for clients
- Write detailed, accurate, and substantiated reports, including complex legal analyses
- Edit and proofread investigation reports
- Conduct legal research and counsel clients on employment law issues
- Prepare and present training materials
- Research and prepare responses to requests for proposals
- Perform administrative duties
- Engage in business development activities
To apply, please submit resume, cover letter and writing sample to Lisa Stewart at email@example.com.
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