A law firm that is looking for a full-time law partner to fill a vacancy at the Florida bar has a long list of requirements, including a law degree.
In a list posted on the firm’s website, the law firm outlines requirements for applicants who want to work at a law firm in Florida.
Among the things listed: a bachelor’s degree, a law review, and a license to practice law.
The law firm is also looking for applicants to fill the role of an associate, but the listing does not specify the number of associates they will need.
The firm’s list also says that the candidate must be an experienced attorney with the ability to work with both a client and a client’s attorney in a fast-paced and dynamic environment.
One of the job postings says applicants should have “a solid track record of successful litigation” and “demonstrate the ability and willingness to work within the organization in an independent manner.”
The firm does not offer an exact number of associate positions, but it has confirmed that it is looking to fill between 10 to 20 positions in the state.
This article has been updated to include additional information about the hiring process.