West Virginia Associate Attorney – Creditors' Rights Law Firm

A Full-Service Creditors Rights Law Firm is an elite creditors' rights law firm that provides full service litigation in addition to comprehensive collection services. Our offices, home to almost a hundred employees across nine states, including our Plantation, FL headquarters, work diligently to ensure our interests are in constant alignment with those of our clients. The Associate Attorney role provides an opportunity to immediately litigate collections matters, participate in discovery, conduct trials, as well as demonstrate their ability to meet performance expectations. As you progress, growth opportunities become available based on performance. Our firm maintains a collegial work environment that prioritizes internal promotion, training, and professional development. We strive to see our employees grow! If you want to be in Court and handle hearings from day one, this position is for you.

We are seeking ATLEAST 1 -2 years litigation or collections experience and a candidate that can prioritize workloads to meet deadlines, exhibit meticulous attention to detail, produce accurate and high-quality work product in a fast-paced volume-based environment. The candidate must be able to work independently and possess strong interpersonal and analytical skills. Virginia Bar membership is required. If you are barred to practice in other states, that is a plus!

Compensation will be commensurate with experience, and includes our benefits package. Additional compensation and special consideration will be given to candidates licensed to practice law, or who become licensed in Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, and/or Pennsylvania.

Job Responsibilities – in this role, you will
  • Provide comprehensive review of all conditions precedent to filing of the action, including review of documents, financials, notices and demand letters
  • Draft and review pleadings and correspondence to initiate actions
  • Ensure all internal systems are updated to include findings, documentation, and recommendations
  • Exercise a high degree of confidentiality and professionalism
  • Safeguard compliance with local, state, and federal foreclosure, bankruptcy, and collections requirements, as applicable
  • Handle contested matters, including discovery and trials.

Requisite Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
  • Intermediate to advanced-level computer and general office skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Ability to effectively communicate through both verbal and written electronic correspondence
  • Demonstrated ability to analyze corrective action opportunities and present recommendations
  • Meticulous analytical, organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Ability to work independently

Required Education and Training
  • Juris Doctor
  • 1-3 years legal experience
  • Bar membership in Virginia. If you are barred in other states too, that is a plus!
  • Basic principles of Quality Assurance and/or Quality Control