Benefits include employer-matching 401(k); year-end performance bonus; 2 weeks’ paid vacation; contribution towards firm-sponsored health insurance plan; paid CLE and annual state bar fees (IL and IA); and an excellent opportunity to learn from and work with an experienced group of attorneys for valued clients. If not already obtained by the associate, the firm will require the new associate to work on gaining admission to the bar in both Illinois and Iowa.
Califf & Harper, P.C., an established regional firm headquartered in the Quad Cities serving businesses and families in a range of practice areas, seeks to hire one or more Associate Attorneys with strong communication and writing skills and academic credentials to work in its office in downtown Moline, Illinois. We are looking for candidates who are self-motivated and detail oriented and willing to work in both transactional and litigation matters.
J.D. with 0-3 years of experience in the practice of law; excellent oral and written communication skills; professional attitude and demeanor; desire to work in or relocate to the Quad Cities; strong dedication to and enthusiasm for the practice of law. Admission to practice law in the State of Illinois and/or Iowa is preferred, but we will also consider third-year law students or other candidates with other exceptional experience.
Please submit resume, transcript, and short writing sample to Karla C. Steele, 1515 5th Avenue, Suite 700, Moline, Illinois 61265; firstname.lastname@example.org
Califf & Harper, P.C. has been serving its clients in the Quad Cities area in Illinois and Iowa for more than 150 years. The firm was founded in 1870 as Kenworthy & Beardsley in Rock Island, Illinois, and has been based and expanded in Moline, Illinois since 1918. The firm regularly represents a variety of public bodies, closely held corporations, businesses, families, and financial institutions and acts as local counsel for various national corporations. Additionally, we frequently practice before the State and Federal Courts in Illinois and Iowa, the National Labor Relations Board, the Internal Revenue Service and other governmental agencies.