Brewer, Attorneys & Counselors is one of the most dynamic litigation firms in the United States. With offices in New York and Dallas, the firm practices exclusively in the field of complex litigation and dispute resolution. The firm’s attorneys litigate cases before state courts, federal courts, administrative tribunals, and arbitration panels throughout the United States.
The nature of the firm’s practice and its plans for growth require the firm to hire attorneys who possess the extraordinary talent and competitive drive to enable them to assume substantial responsibility for major cases. Attorneys and consultants of our law firm have demonstrated exceptional academic and personal achievement, and thrive on the intensity and challenge of “bet-the-business” litigation.
To apply, please send your resume to:
Brewer, Attorneys & Counselors
Director of Recruiting
1717 Main Street
Dallas, Texas 75201
E-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Investigation Unit to Expand
Brewer, Attorneys & Counselors seeks candidates for its in-house Investigative Unit. The Unit provides the firm with comprehensive research and analysis. Our investigators are trained in fact-finding techniques as well as human relations. The aim is to assemble a complete, cohesive factual picture and develop the narrative of substantive client matters.
We currently have exciting opportunities for investigators and investigative researchers to join our Investigative Unit.
We seek professionals with backgrounds in investigative journalism, law enforcement, private investigations or law. Candidates should possess strong research and writing skills and have a passion for the fact-finding process.
For consideration, please send your resume to email@example.com.
The firm strives to create a realistic experience for its summer associates in order that they may make informed decisions about practicing with Brewer, Attorneys & Counselors. The firm exposes its summer associates to all aspects of its practice. Summer associates frequently attend depositions, hearings, strategy sessions, and client meetings. In addition, summer associates regularly participate in the intensity of pre-trial and trial preparations and proceedings.
Summer associates at the firm perform work that simulates the assignments of first- and second-year associates. They have billing requirements that provide first-hand experience in accurately communicating to the client what tasks they accomplish.
Second-year summer associates are paid $3,300 per week, working a minimum of six weeks or a maximum of 12 weeks.
Brewer Attorneys & Counselors makes many law school visits, giving talented, dedicated students the opportunity to meet with the firm’s staff professionals.
Brewer, Attorneys & Counselors seeks candidates for its Consulting Group in the firm’s New York and Dallas offices. The Consulting Group is comprised of professionals recruited from a variety of disciplines, including finance, accounting, economics, and information technology. The group provides the firm invaluable expertise, perspective and insight into the analysis of clients’ circumstances. In addition to their individual areas of academic and professional experience, our Consultants are trained in the litigation process. We seek professionals with backgrounds in litigation consulting, dispute advisory, finance, accounting and/or economics to join our Group in New York and Dallas.
The firm’s innovative approach to advocacy empowers Consultants to grow beyond conventional career paths and areas of specialization. Consultants of all backgrounds are encouraged to play an integral role in the firm’s handling of bet-the-business matters for clients.
Basic Qualifications: Undergraduate Degree with 0-2 years of relevant experience.
As an Analyst, you will be actively involved in a variety of financial, economic and factual analyses related to business disputes. Successful Analysts are provided with the opportunity to make a meaningful impact on case strategies and development while developing new skills and tackling new problems early in their career.
Undergraduate Degree with 3+ years of relevant experience; or Graduate Degree with 1-3 years of relevant experience.
As a Senior Analyst, you will take on additional responsibilities above the Analyst role and be given leadership opportunities over work streams and case development. You will continue to expand your knowledge and experience by simultaneously working on multiple cases, and taking on managerial duties.
Graduate Degree (M.A., M.S., MBA, Ph. D.) with 3+ years of relevant experience; or Experienced Professional with 5+ years of relevant experience. Consultants are responsible for developing the analyses used in engagements, directing the efforts of the Analysts and Senior Analysts, and managing engagements with input from Senior Consultants and Directors.
For more information regarding the consulting career path and development opportunities, please send an email to RecruitingNY@BrewerAttorneys.com.