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  • 14 Feb 2018 8:07 PM | Stephanie Brown (Administrator)

    Job Title: Staff Attorneys (2)- Atlantic County Office (Atlantic City)


    Under the direction of the unit Managing Attorney, the Staff Attorney provides highest quality of legal service to SJLS clients in a variety of poverty law matters. The Staff Attorney also acts as a liaison between SJLS and the local community groups and engages in community outreach, community legal education.


    • Handle intake interviews;
    • Provide direct representation to clients in a variety of legal matters, including but not limited to family, landlord/tenant, housing, consumer, public benefits, healthcare, employment and senior issues;
    • Participate in group representation, where appropriate;
    • Participate in staff and case acceptance meetings and program wide working groups;
    • Work with the Managing Attorney, Director of Litigation and/or the Executive Director in planning, developing and litigating significant impact cases;
    • Participate in community outreach and community legal education, clinics and seminars;
    • Develop new ideas and methods to provide service to clients;
    • Work with other staff as an effective member of the team;
    • Assist in supervising paralegals, clerical workers and students;
    • Other duties as assigned.


    • Admission to the Bar of New Jersey preferred but not required. Must be a member of the Bar in any state or be eligible and willing to take the next available New Jersey Bar Exam;
    • Bilingual (Spanish/English) preferred;
    • Ability to relate to low income clients and groups with demonstrated interest in poverty law issues and/or public interest service.


    Qualified applicants with an interest in these positions should send resume, writing sample and cover letter expressing interest in this position to: Brittani Morris, PHR, Human Resources Director, South Jersey Legal Services, Inc. 745 Market St. 2nd Floor, Camden, NJ 08102 or via email at BMorris@lsnj.org. EOE/AA Employer.

  • 10 Feb 2018 5:10 AM | Arianna Moure (Administrator)

    Weiner Law Group, LLP, a well-established Northern New Jersey Firm, is looking for an enthusiastic and motivated attorney with 5 – 10 years experience in family law. The ideal candidate must possess strong research, writing, and courtroom skills along with the ability to manage a complex case load. The attorney will be responsible for all aspects of family law litigation and must have a strong work ethic, excellent organizational skills and the ability to work independently and as part of a team. A book of business is a plus. We offer a positive work environment, competitive salary and full benefits package including a 401K. 

    Please send resume, writing samples and salary requirements toTanya Freeman at TFreeman@weiner.law

  • 07 Feb 2018 7:05 PM | Arianna Moure (Administrator)

    Mazzoni Center

    Job Title: Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion 

    Department: Administration 

    Reports to: CEO 

    Direct Reports: This person has no direct reports 

    Employment Status: Full-time 

    FLSA Status: Exempt 

    Purpose of Role: 

    Mazzoni Center is seeking a forward thinking and dynamic change agent who will be responsible for creating and advancing the organizational plan and strategic direction of the organization in the areas of diversity and inclusion, promotion, compensation, evaluation, support, mentoring, and staff training and development. The Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion will lead Mazzoni Center's diversity and inclusion efforts, ensuring that the organization is attracting and retaining exemplary staff while also creating opportunities for growth and professional development. This individual will work with staff at all levels to develop and implement strategies to advance organizational change, foster a positive and inclusive work environment for everyone, and ensure that diversity and inclusion considerations are incorporated in the decision making processes. This individual will work closely with Mazzoni Center’s Human Resources team and must possess a commitment to Mazzoni’s mission, values, and culture, while having a deep appreciation for the evolving issues of concern to members of the LGBTQIA community. 

    Minimum Entry Level Requirements (Ed/Cert/License): 

    Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university, Master’s or other advanced degree in a relevant field of study preferred; PRH/SPHR/SHRM certification and experience working in a union environment is a plus. 

    Minimum Entry Level Requirements (Skills/Experience): 

     5-10 years leadership experience including work experience in the following areas (recruitment, human resources, professional development, diversity and inclusion, organizational development, supporting and leading major change initiatives). 

     Experience advancing an organizational culture into one of inclusivity, equity, and diversity in a large organization or nonprofit environment. The ideal candidate must be a committed advocate for the advancement of diversity with a strong background addressing issues of racial justice, ethnic and religious bias, gender and LGBTQ equity, disability rights, and other facets of social justice. 

     Knowledge of and significant experience in cultural competency skills development, and an ability to deliver training designed to enhance employee knowledge, skills, understanding, respect, and advancement of diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace and in the community. 

     Ability to create and implement tools to enable managers, directors, and C-level positions to integrate diversity, equity, and inclusion strategies into their work and professional relationships with other staff members. 

     Must have experience in the following skills at a highly proficient level: data analysis, project management, interpersonal communication, consulting, facilitation, persuasion, and leadership. 

     Understanding of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) laws at the local, state, and federal levels. 

     Fluency in all Microsoft Office applications and generally strong technology skills. 

    Primary Responsibilities: 

    ● Recognizes and addresses implicit bias, develops practices, policies, trainings and related materials to create a culture that embraces diversity at all levels, highlights the importance of maintaining a culturally sensitive work environment. 

    ● Improves organizational success in all staff functions through the lens of diversity, inclusion, and equity by implementing best practices, appropriate evaluation processes, and measuring organizational benchmarks. 

    ● Assesses and makes recommendations concerning internal equity and external competitiveness of the organization's compensation program. 

    ● Works with and supports the organization's diversity and inclusion committees, PRIDE (Mazzoni's Professionals for Respect, Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity), and appropriate external entities to improve the agency's strength through diversity. 

    ● Ensures that the organization represents the populations served by Mazzoni Center and is reflective of the organization's mission and values. 

    ● Works with all departments to create and implement Departmental Action Plans reflective of diversity, equity, and inclusion. 

    ● Works with staff and senior management team on collective bargaining issues to ensure that Diversity and Inclusion is incorporated into all negotiated agreements. 

    ● Reviews all job postings and descriptions to remove unnecessary requirements that may act as barriers to success for otherwise qualified applicants and develop skill sets of existing staff to facilitate internal advancement. 

    ● Develops and implements, in conjunction with senior management team, a Mazzoni Code of Ethics for all staff. 

    ● Establishes fair hiring procedures that are consistently applied across all departments to provide the agency with exemplary staff. 

    ● Creates processes, improves, and streamlines policies for internal advancement and hiring of managers and senior level positions. 

    Critical Evaluation Functions: 

    ● Works with all levels of staff to implement performance management and skills training systems. 

    ● Facilitates communication, education, and training plans that increase awareness and understanding of diversity and inclusion. 

    ● Provides training to managers to lead teams and departments effectively with regard to diversity and inclusion, including developing skills such as delivering critical feedback effectively, and meeting and monitoring team goals. 

    ● Gather and utilize information about current and existing employees’ views of the workplace through a variety of methods including surveys and focus groups and draft periodic reports reflecting data on focus groups. 

    ● Maximize accountability of organization’s leadership and employee engagement 

    ● Participate in budget discussions with the perspective of enhancing diversity and inclusion in the organization. 

    ● Consult and partner with Human Resources (HR) and staffing teams on recruitment and retention issues, including the development of external professional networks and internal affiliations that will position Mazzoni Center as an employer of choice. 

    ● Work with HR to assess and address all incidents of implicit bias and discrimination to ensure appropriate actions are taken. 

    Core Competencies/Skills: 

    ● Ability to handle sensitive and confidential employment information 

    ● Strong judgement, decision-making capabilities, and problem-solving skills 

    ● Cultural competency in diversity, inclusion, and social justice issues 

    ● Excellent oral and written presentation skills with an emphasis on the ability to build strong interpersonal relationships at all levels of an organization 

    ● Ability to work interdepartmentally, particularly with the Development, Marketing, and Communications teams, on employment branding and marketing to maximize internal and external visibility of our commitment to diversity and inclusion 

    Physical Demands: 

    The position will require attendance at and participation in special events, conferences, trainings, and seminars and will require a commitment to working on nights and weekends when necessary. 

    Submissions: Applications must include a detailed cover letter, a resume or CV, and responses to the following two questions in addition to the submission of a writing sample: 

    Question #1 

    Mazzoni Center is seeking a Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion who has the ability to create strategies and implement protocols which enable managers and directors to integrate diversity, equity, and inclusion into their work and professional relationships – this begins with staff recruitment and retention. Provide examples of strategies and protocols you have used (or would use) to ensure that job postings reach a diverse pool of qualified applicants and that the interviewing, hiring, promotion, and advancement process is inclusive and free of implicit bias. 

    Question #2 

    The Director’s role includes a number of essential activities including gathering and utilizing information about current employees’ views of the workplace through a variety of methods. Using your own work only, please share with the committee the following synopsis of how you would attempt this effort. In no more than 800 words: 

    1. Share your philosophy and methodology of collecting feedback from employees; 

    2. Describe the primary goals you establish for collecting feedback and why these are your priorities; 

    3. Detail which method(s) you would choose to use to collect employee feedback and why; 

    4. Explain how you would analyze the data and make sense of the findings; 

    5. What method(s) would you use to communicate findings to management? To staff? 


    6. Provide examples of the most useful findings you have seen in gathering employee feedback in your career and how you proposed and/or made changes in workplace culture as a result. 

    Writing Sample: 

    Please provide a published Op-Ed, professional article, research summary, or policy initiative related to the field of diversity, inclusion, and equity, limited to a maximum of 1500 words. 

    Mazzoni Center welcomes applications from candidates reflective of diversity of experience, background and/or service, and a dedicated commitment to our mission. 

    Salary Range: $85,000 to $100,000 depending upon demonstrated level of experience 

    References: Upon Request. 

  • 30 Jan 2018 2:14 PM | Arianna Moure (Administrator)

    CHCI's Public Policy & Graduate Fellowship Program

    Public Policy Fellowship Program

    Paid Fellowship for College Graduates

    Recent college graduates who earned their bachelor’s degree within two years of the program start date can take advantage of this paid nine-month fellowship, which opens doors for talented young Latinos interested in a career in public policy.

    Focus Area: All Majors

    Location: Washington, D.C.

    Dates of Participation: August 2018 - May 2019

    Graduate Fellowship Program

    Paid Fellowship for Master's and JD Recipients Designed for exceptional emerging Latino leaders who want to immerse themselves in a specific public policy area, this paid nine-month fellowship will provides valuable work experience, access to powerful Latino change-makers, and a chance to showcase your public policy knowledge on Capitol Hill.

    Focus Area May Include: Energy, Housing, Health, Law, STEM

    Location: Washington, D.C.

    Dates of Participation: August 2018 - May 2019

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    Materials due by 11:59 pm EST Friday, February 2

  • 25 Jan 2018 8:12 PM | Stephanie Brown (Administrator)


    Founded in 2013, The Waterfront Project, Inc. (WFP), is a legal center that provides free civil legal representation, brief advice, and advocacy to Hudson County residents who are asset-limited, income­ constrained, homeless or disenfranchised.

    Currently, WFP's primary focus is pursing creative legal strategies to allow low-income people to stay in their homes and communities, especially in neighborhoods experiencing rapid development and gentrification. WFP represents clients and supervises pro  bona  attorneys  representing  clients on matters related to their public benefits, housing, estate planning, and consumer debt.

    WFP is also the home of Hudson County's Housing Counselling Program. The Housing Counselling Program provides HUD-approved counselling on tenancy rights, improving one's credit, and opportunities for low-and moderate-income home buyers.

    For more information, please visit www.thewaterfrontproject.org. 


    The Waterfront Project, Inc. is seeking applications for the position of Staff Attorney to provide civil legal services, with a focus on landlord tenant, elder law, and public benefits advocacy. The position is part­ time, approximately 15-20 hours per week.


    The Staff Attorney will be engaged in direct representation and to provide support to our network of pro bona attorneys who represent clients. The Attorney will also  be expected  to  engage  in activities including but not limited to:

    • Helping tenants respond to eviction lawsuits;
    • Taking affirmative actions to improve housing conditions;
    • Securing emergency assistance, ongoing temporary assistance and other forms of income support necessary to achieve housing stability;
    • Prepare simple wills, advance directives, and powers of attorney for low-income seniors and oversee pro bona attorneys in connection with this work;
    • Represent low-income consumers on matters such as identity theft and unlawful debt collection practices;
    • Represent clients whose public benefits (such as SNAP, SAIF, SSI, WFNJ-GA, WFNJ-TANF) have been reduced or discontinued at administrative hearings;
    • Lead workshops and presentations in the  community about tenant's rights,  public benefits and at senior centers in connection with The Waterfront Project's Wills for Seniors Program.
    • License and ability to practice law in New Jersey required;
    • 2+ years litigation experience, preferably in legal services or with an extensive pro bona practice;
    • Confidence in the courthouse;
    • Strong organizational, research, analytical, and oral and written communication skills;
    • Demonstrated commitment to social, economic, and racial justice;
    • Experience working on affordable housing, emergency shelter or other issue related to
    • Willingness to participate in grant reporting requirements;
    • Familiarity with Google Organization & Productivity Tools (Gmail, Google Docs, Google Calendar) and/or ability to learn new technologies;
    • Ability to work with volunteers in a professional and collaborative manner;
    • Ability to work in a small, nonprofit environment, both independently and as part of a team;
    • Ability to track legal developments in the area of housing law, elder law, consumer rights, and other substantive legal issues affecting program clients;
    • Ability to work with underrepresented communities, including but not limited to people living with physical or mental health disabilities and clients of diverse ethnic, cultural, and linguistic backgrounds;
    • Bilingual (English/Spanish) skills preferred but not required;
    • Access to reliable transportation.

    How to Apply 

    Please email a resume and cover letter to director@thewaterfrontproject.org. Applications will be accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis. Given WFP has an immediate opening, applicants are strongly encouraged to submit their application at their earliest convenience. No calls or emails, please. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

    WFP is an equal opportunity employer and values a diverse workforce. Women, people of color, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people, veterans, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

  • 22 Jan 2018 9:31 PM | Arianna Moure (Administrator)

    Office of Legislative Services, Central Management Unit

                           State House Annex, West State Street, Trenton, New Jersey             

         Salary:         $48,513.74 per year ($49,484.02 after six months)

    The Office of Legislative Services (OLS) operates under the jurisdiction of the Legislative Services Commission, a 16-member bipartisan panel with equal representation from each of the two Houses of the Legislature.  The Commission establishes general operating and budgetary policies for OLS, appoints its primary officers (Executive Director, Legislative Counsel, Legislative Budget and Finance Officer, and Director of Public Information), and delegates authority for day-to-day operations and personnel actions to the Executive Director.  The OLS consists of the following units: Administrative, Central Management, Data Management, Human Resources, Legislative Budget and Finance Office, Legislative Counsel, Public Information, and the State Auditor.

    As non-partisan employees of the Legislature, members of the OLS staff are prohibited from engaging in political activity or taking a public position with regard to any matter before the Legislature.

         Description:         Provides professional services for legislators, legislative staff, and legislative committees and commissions after an initial period of instruction to obtain a working knowledge of legislative operations, OLS policies, manuals, and procedures.  Works under the direct supervision of a section chief or higher-titled staff.  Conducts research and provides analysis on issues and policy matters of legislative concern.  Drafts, reviews, and analyzes legislation.  Provides research, drafting, and administrative support to legislative committees and commissions.  Communicates with legislators, legislative staff, and superiors, both in private and in a public setting, and with State and local officials and public and private representatives.  Deputy Counsels conduct legal research and write legal opinions.


    Education:        Assistant Research Analyst and Assistant Fiscal Analyst titles: a graduate degree.

    Deputy Counsel title: Graduation from a law school accredited by the American Bar   Association and admission to the New Jersey Bar.

    Experience:        This is an entry-level position.

    Residency:         Pursuant to the “New Jersey First Act”, all persons hired by the Office of Legislative Services shall have one year from the date of employment to establish, and then maintain, principal residence in the State of New Jersey.  Current New Jersey State employees hired prior to September 1, 2011 who transfer from within the Office of Legislative Services or from another State of New Jersey appointing authority without a break in service greater than seven days but who reside outside the State of New Jersey are not required to change their principal residence to New Jersey in order to comply with the act.

    Please respond by:  February 8, 2018

    Cover letter, resume and three writing samples* should be forwarded to:

    Christin Knox, Director of Human Resources

    Office of Legislative Services

    Human Resources Office

    PO Box 068

    Trenton, New Jersey 08625


    *Writing samples should be the applicant’s own work (not have been co-written, edited, or proofed by others) and should demonstrate the ability to research and express complex matters clearly.  Applicant’s name must be reflected on each page of all writing samples.

  • 12 Jan 2018 5:59 PM | Stephanie Brown (Administrator)

    Description: The Corporate - Life Sciences Transactions group is looking to hire a Mid-Level Associate with 3-5 years of corporate and securities experience at a large law firm to join our Princeton office.  Successful candidates will have advised public and private biotechnology, pharmaceutical, medical device and other life science companies in connection with a wide range of M&A activities, joint ventures, collaborations, compliance, operational, corporate governance and securities matters.  Ideal candidates will have experience with M&A transactions, experience in structuring strategic alliances, joint ventures, collaborations (including, co-promotion and co-commercialization) and licensing arrangements, experience in drafting and negotiating industry specific operational agreements, such as manufacture and supply agreements, distribution agreements, technology transfer agreements, and clinical trial agreements, experience with private placements, public offerings, and compliance under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934; and experience with life science companies. If you are interested in applying for this position, please forward your resume to Julia Lopez at jalopez@reedsmith.com.


    Description: The U.S. Corporate practice group is looking to hire a Mid-Level Associate with 3-5 years of experience representing public and private clients in M&A, private equity, venture capital, securities offerings and securities law compliance, and general corporate matters to join our New York office.  Successful candidate will have hands on drafting and negotiating experience for complex M&A and private equity transactions and related investment agreements and experience as a key member of deal teams for a range of middle market transactions, including responsibility for producing acquisition, equity and related documents in a client-ready format, and running key aspects of transactions, from due diligence through closing.  If you are interested in applying for this position, please forward your resume to Julia Lopez at jalopez@reedsmith.com.


    Description: The Financial Industry group is looking to hire a Mid-to-Senior Level Associate with 3-7 years of substantive syndicated and bilateral lending transactions for investment banks and corporate commercial banks experience to join our New York office.  Responsibilities include Experience in cross-border and funds finance transactions is a plus.  This position has great potential for advancement as the team is extremely busy and needs the support of a Mid-to-Senior Level Associate who would lead transactions and work the and mentor more Junior Associates.  Attorneys with derivatives, structured products or regulatory background would not have the experience required. If you are interested in applying for this position, please forward your resume to Julia Lopez atjalopez@reedsmith.com.


    Description: The Financial Industry Group is looking to hire a Mid-Level Associate with 3 to 5 years of experience to join our NewYork office with a focus on Financial Services Litigation. Privacy and Data Security law a plus. Candidates should possess excellent legal research, writing skills and oral presentation. If you are interested in applying for this position, please forward your resume to Julia Lopez at jalopez@reedsmith.com.


    Description: The IP, Tech & Data practice group is looking to hire a Pennsylvania-licensed, Junior-to-Mid Level Associate with a JD from an ABA-approved law school to join our Philadelphia office.  Responsibilities include patent prosecution, trademark prosecution, non-contentious counseling and litigation support.  Patent bar registration and prior prosecution experience is preferred. If you are interested in applying for this position, please forward your resume to Julia Lopez at jalopez@reedsmith.com.

  • 12 Jan 2018 4:34 PM | Stephanie Brown (Administrator)

    Post Date 9/5/2017

    Title Manager of Diversity and Inclusion

    City Roseland

    State NJ

    Description When you join Lowenstein Sandler, you become part of a community of passionate individuals united by a common purpose. Our strategy is unconventional: we empower members of our community by fostering their entrepreneurial spirit and giving them tools to grow. If you are ready to apply your intellect, creativity, and diverse perspective to the creation of cutting-edge legal work, we are eager to hear from you.

    Lowenstein Sandler is seeking a Manager of Diversity and Inclusion to support the creation and implementation of the firm’s D&I strategic plan. The position will report directly to the Chairman & Managing Partner of the firm, who currently heads our D&I Committee, and to our Director of Career Development. Through the lens of the D&I strategic plan, the Manager of Diversity and Inclusion will work to ensure that our firm’s culture, environment and approach in every area is inclusive, respectful and inviting to all. 

    The Manager will accomplish this through implementation of formal programs, processes and metrics and will be instrumental in diversity and inclusion messaging for women, racial and ethnic minorities, members of the LGBTQ community and those with disabilities. Work with the Diversity and Inclusion Steering Committee, the career development team, and the firm’s affinity groups to develop the firm’s diversity and inclusion strategy and educate functional areas of the firm, and employees at all levels, about that


    • Develop, implement and manage annual strategic plans and budgets and provide updates to leadership.
    • Work collaboratively with the firm’s Human Resources team to develop and implement diversity and inclusion programming for attorneys and professional staff and when necessary, one-on-one executive coaching for lawyers on issues pertaining to diversity, work style, career path differences and flexible work arrangements.
    • In conjunction with the firm’s Legal Recruitment professionals, identify and implement strategic opportunities to develop our diversity pipeline.
    • Work collaboratively with the firm’s Marketing and Business Development Teams to enhance the firm’s reputation for diversity and inclusion, including content for the firm’s website, intranet, and marketing collateral.
    • Develop and analyze metrics for measuring progress and effectiveness of the firm’s diversity and inclusion strategy and identify and implement a diversity and inclusion benchmarking process to measure progress against goals and the effectiveness of diversity and inclusion strategies.
    • Ensure that the firm’s responses to requests for proposals and employee satisfaction surveys illuminate the firm’s commitment to diversity and inclusion.
    • Build relationships with diverse lawyers at the firm, internal diversity leaders, diversity professionals at peer and other firms, leaders of diversity organizations and bar-associations and diversity professionals at clients.
    • Monitor external diversity best practices and make recommendations for new initiatives to ensure that Lowenstein develops into a leader in the diversity and inclusion space.
    Skills, Knowledge, and Competencies:
    • Excellent interpersonal and collaborative skills, strategic and innovative thinking, an ability to persuade and influence, possessing professional presence and the ability to build enthusiasm and commitment.
    • Demonstrated expertise in creating and maintaining project plans, status reports, budgets, communication and change management plans.
    • Strong organization skills, including setting priorities, planning, structuring project deliverables and problem solving.
    • Excellent communication skills, including effective writing, listening, presentation and facilitation skills.
    • Proven track record of effectively managing conflict, resolving issues, mitigating risks and influencing leaders.
    • Demonstrated sound judgment and ability to make effective, timely decisions.
    • Ability to oversee multiple projects.
    Education and Relevant Experience:
    • Bachelor’s Degree required and Juris Doctorate or Master’s Degree in business administration, leadership and organizational development and/or behavioral design preferred.
    • Minimum of 3-5 years of practice in a large law firm and/or leadership, organizational development or professional development experience in a leading professional services firm required, and minimum of 2 years of diversity and inclusion work preferred.
    Location: Roseland, NJ 
    Schedule Monday - Friday / 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Lowenstein Sandler is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified Minorities and/or Women encouraged to apply.
    • Please view Equal Employment Opportunity Posters provided by OFCCP 

  • 08 Jan 2018 9:46 PM | Stephanie Brown (Administrator)

    Mid-sized, well-established and reputable central NJ firm seeks full-time associate with 1-3 years of civil litigation experience.  Insurance defense experience a plus.  Must have excellent analytical, writing and presentation skills.  Competitive compensation and benefits.  Please submit cover letter, resume and writing samples tojobs@gklegal.com.  EOE/M/F/V/D

  • 08 Jan 2018 9:30 PM | Stephanie Brown (Administrator)

    McManimon, Scotland & Baumann, LLC is seeking energetic associate attorneys for its redevelopment and environmental/litigation practice groups.  Candidates should be admitted to practice in New Jersey and have excellent drafting and negotiation skills, exceptional academic background and a desire for team-work, significant responsibility and client interaction. Great opportunity for someone interested in joining a vibrant and well-respected firm.  Firm offers competitive compensation and benefits package.  Please send resume, writing sample and transcript to:  Dana Poland, Personnel Director at McManimon, Scotland & Baumann, LLC, 75 Livingston Avenue, Roseland, New Jersey 07068 or dpoland@msbnj.com.

    • Redevelopment associate with 3-5 years of experience to join its project development group focusing on redevelopment and development projects and issues that range from contract negotiation, land use and municipal governance to state and federal tax incentives and complex structured financing.  Experience with private and public sector clients preferred.
    • Environmental/Litigation associate with 1-3 years of litigation experience along with some exposure to real estate and redevelopment law. Judicial clerkship experience preferred.  

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