Environmental / Litigation Attorney

Rinke Noonan, Law Firm is seeking an attorney to join our practice in Saint Cloud, Minnesota to represent clients in the areas of agriculture, environmental, and natural resources law.  The candidate may anticipate representing clients on litigation, regulatory counseling, and transactional matters at the federal, state, and local level pertaining to conservation compliance and programs of the USDA, the Clean Water Act, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service conservation easements, state public water and wetland conservation laws, local land use permitting and controls, and public drainage proceedings.  The candidate should anticipate working with private landowner clients, local and special units of government clients, and managing consulting experts on issues pertaining to the management of water quantity and quality.

All levels of experience, including 2022 graduates, will be considered.  Candidates should have excellent interpersonal, analytical, and writing skills along with strong academic and professional credentials, and seek out responsibility. Experience with the agricultural community, including demonstrated contact with farmers, landowners, or farm organizations is preferred, but not required.  The firm is committed to the training and professional development of its attorneys. Learn more about our associate attorney life here.

Apply below or send your cover letter, resume, writing sample, and law school transcript to humanresources@rinkenoonan.com.  Your inquiry will be held completely confidential.

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