Business Associate – Boise
Hawley Troxell is seeking an associate to join its Business practice group in its Boise office. Applicants must have a minimum of 3-5 years of legal experience with real estate and business transactions, top academic credentials, excellent references, strong writing and verbal communication skills. Please apply online here by completing an application and submitting a cover letter, resume, and transcript(s).
Partnership Track Associates
Hawley Troxell prides itself on hiring the hardest working, brightest, and most innovative associates. By providing a wide-range of business and litigation practice areas, associates are able to become an expert in the area of law that best suits their interests and abilities. New associates are paired with a partner and senior associate who will mentor the associate in managing a caseload, working with clients, networking, and understanding the culture and rich heritage that Hawley Troxell offers.
The Partnership track at Hawley Troxell is typically seven years, with credit given, on a case-by-case basis, to attorneys with prior legal experience or a judicial clerkship. Firm associates are expected to bill 1800 hours per year and to contribute a minimum of 200 hours to non-billable activities, including charitable organizations, community initiatives, and pro bono work.
Other Attorney Positions
Hawley Troxell offers opportunities for attorneys who do not wish to work on a partnership track but are interested in holding other important legal positions. These positions may include staff attorney, contract attorney, or Of Counsel, depending on an attorney’s goals and/or qualifications, and is at the discretion of the Partnership.
Hawley Troxell welcomes contact from experienced attorneys. Our growing practices and diverse locations offer excellent opportunities for career development balanced with lifestyle. To attract new clients and to serve existing clients, the firm is committed to hiring the best attorneys available.
Hawley Troxell’s Hiring Committee Chair is Lynnette M. Davis