You’re looking for a change, and so are we. At Venable, we know that every new hire brings valuable experience, new perspectives, and a chance to raise the bar on our approach to how we work. That’s why we’re looking for a Conflicts Attorney to join our Client Intake & Conflicts Department. This hybrid, non-practicing attorney position plays a critical role in facilitating the resolution process for conflicts of interest related to firm business. Working as part of a national team and in conjunction with firm partners and counsel, the Conflicts Attorney will conduct legal research, provide comprehensive analyses and recommendations for resolution of potential conflicts of interest and ensure potential conflicts are addressed and resolved.
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The Conflicts team provides service to the entire firm, which requires the team to provide after-hours emergency support to the business as needed.
Investing your time and talents is no small matter—we know that superior service to our clients starts with an investment in you. Our competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits, and programs that support our employees’ well-being, families, and futures reflect our pride in our people. From our conflicts attorneys to our senior partners, Venable prioritizes the whole person in order to cultivate the most successful of relationships.
Pay Range for Candidates in Los Angeles:
$114,000- $155,000 per year
Pay Range for Candidates in San Francisco:
$119,000- $160,000 per year
The ranges provided are the minimum and maximum salaries that Venable in good faith believes at the time of this posting that it is willing to pay for the advertised position. Exact compensation will be determined based on individual candidate qualifications and location.
We comply with the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring and the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance. Conviction of a crime will not necessarily be a bar to employment at the Firm. Factors such as age at the time of the offense, type of the offense, seriousness of the offense, remoteness of the offense in time, position applied for, rehabilitation, overall record, and other relevant factors will be taken into account in determining effect on suitability for employment.