Litigation Attorney

Rinke Noonan, LTD has an opportunity for an attorney to join our practice in St. Cloud, MN.  A licensed attorney with 0-3 years of experience is preferred. However, all levels of experience, including 2021/2022 graduates, will be considered. The main focus of this position will be general civil litigation. 

In this position, you would assist current attorneys in a wide variety of practice areas, and as your experience allows, have responsibility for managing your own files.  You will have the opportunity to work in the following practice areas depending upon your interest; banking, real estate, business litigation, condemnation, employment law, criminal, personal injury, environmental, agricultural and land use. Quality attorneys are given opportunities to have immediate contact with clients and to open and manage your own files.

Candidates need to have excellent interpersonal, analytical, and writing skills along with strong academic/professional credentials.  We are interested in people who welcome a high level of responsibility and can inspire confidence in our other attorneys and clients.

In exchange for your hard work, you can expect an intellectually stimulating and collegial work environment, excellent training, and if you desire, partnership opportunities.  We offer a competitive salary with 100% employer-paid family medical insurance.  For more information, please review the firm’s website at https://www.rinkenoonan.com/

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

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