Are you interested in helping people resolve problems that involve their homes and neighborhoods?
Does work-life balance matter to you?
If so, Emily Brown Law may be a good fit for you. Emily Brown Law seeks a highly motivated lawyer who is interested in real estate litigation and working in a small, collaborative office. The person who will excel in this role enjoys the detail-oriented aspects of property law, figuring out solutions to complicated problems, learning new things, appearing in court, working with people, and collaborating with coworkers. This person communicates clearly and effectively, possesses good computer and research skills, and creates engaging presentations when required.
Salary and Benefits
Salary plus commission
Opportunities for bonuses
Paid time off
The firm primarily serves clients in York, Lancaster, Chester, and Fairfield counties and focuses on real estate litigation, land use, eminent domain, and landlord-tenant cases. We use technology to improve client service, reduce the number of in-person client meetings, and resolve cases as efficiently as possible.
The successful candidate must be licensed in South Carolina before beginning work and have some work experience. While not required, North Carolina licensure is a plus. Some experience related to the legal field or real estate is preferred.
To apply for this position, email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I started my firm because people frequently contacted me looking for a lawyer to help with real estate and land use problems. Since I enjoyed real estate and land use work and knew I could help people with these problems, I decided to start a law firm focused on these areas.
In addition to focusing on real estate litigation and land use, I want to help individuals and small businesses. I strive to make my firm accessible to people with small and large problems by listening to clients, helping clients find solutions that meet their expectations and budgets, and using virtual tools to increase efficiency and reduce overhead.