Attorney (Junior Or Mid Level)
Company: Fraud Fighters Law Firm, PLLC
Posted on: November 25, 2022
Attorneys! Hate Losing? Want to work in a firm designed solely
to protect people from real estate fraud?
If you want to be more than a hired gun, this job may be for
you.--We're looking for someone who cares deeply about winning for
a righteous cause.--We only handle real estate fraud cases, and
we're looking to hire someone who sincerely cares about protecting
mostly middle-class people who've been cheated in their biggest
--I'm a trial lawyer who's never lost a jury trial. I spent about a
decade as an employee of other firms, and always dreamed of the day
I'd work in a firm that put winning first. I ultimately founded
that law firm.--We're here to win for the people most of the legal
We need a great writer to help us win
The firm needs a great writer to help us win. You need to be a
mature writer who writes a great brief (table stakes) and also
thinks strategically about what briefs to write. You think all the
way to the end of a case, not just two or three moves ahead. (Of
course, tunnel-visioning a single document is appalling). You
should understand that great writing makes a difference and have
already made a decision to dedicate your career to that skill.
You should also care about how the client feels about your
writing.--One of the reasons I care so much about this is because
I've had multiple clients read substantive briefs and say that it
was the first time they felt like someone understood them or their
situation.--That matters.--And even as I hire associates to do the
writing, I want clients to continue having the experience.
One of the ways we do this is by embracing "plain English" legal
writing.--Go read about the concepts Bryan Garner and Ross Guberman
are championing.--We apply them in this firm because we care about
our clients.--If you feel a reactionary need to begin briefs with
"Comes now" or with mundane, formulaic recitations of party names
and defining the plaintiff as ("Plaintiff" or "Smith") or similar
nonsense, this may not be the job for you.--We want someone who's
willing to renounce that practice.
But if you open briefs with something clear and punchy, we're for
you. Ideally, it will be the most important reason your brief
should win. A good fact works. Or a powerful legal rule. But you
must use good judgment on what will persuade you.
You also understand how to think through a case from inception to
end. You should understand how early writing affects depositions
and trials. You should feel comfortable doing at least ninety
percent of the work on a civil case prior to the trial setting
conference. You should also understand motions in limine and be
prepared to assist with them and trial preparation.
Winning is rewarding
Potential compensation is fairly open, depending on how
independently you show us you can work, what we can bill you at,
and overall productivity.--With production bonuses included,
there's no reason a talented young associate can't make well into
the six-figure range, assuming adequate production.--More senior
attorneys with substantial production can easily earn $150,000 or
even well above that.
On the flip side, if you want to limit your work hours, we can
accommodate that too.--If you want to limit yourself to 120 or even
100 billable hours a month, we have a compensation plan for that
too.--If you're open and honest about your priorities, we can get
you the package you need to be doing well in all areas of your
We also offer health insurance, which is 100% paid for by the
firm.--The firm also offers a 401k with an employer match.--We have
dental and vision.--And a PTO plan.--
Application Instructions:--If you're a winner and you want to join
our team, you MUST follow the instructions to be considered.
Prepare a cover letter with no more than two paragraphs and a
single closing sentence. In the first paragraph explain what you
believe are the 3 most important qualities that must be possessed
by an attorney working on fraud cases. In the second paragraph tell
me why you applied to this particular ad. As a closing sentence
please write, "I have read the instructions contained in the job
posting and have followed the instructions." Email your resume and
cover letter in PDF format to email@example.com.
The subject line of the email should be #winningwithwriting.
1) Regularly update clients on their matters.2) Truly care about
client well being.3) Team Player.
Graduation from law school with Juris Doctorate (J.D.) degree and
experience in representing clients for at least 2 years
--- Able to work independently while handling multiple files
--- Strong desire to win
--- Decision-making, public speaking, problem-solving,
interpersonal skills, and communication skills are a must
Our Founding and Managing Attorney is an entrepreneur who is
passionate about helping people get their money back when they've
been cheated. We need an empathetic team player who is mature and
caring and wants to ensure the client experience with our firm is
second to none. You should have genuine empathy for people who have
been cheated and be able to communicate that on the phone.
We have set our sights on being the "go-to firm" for real estate
fraud law in Maricopa County. In fact, our true measure of success
will be winning enough fraud cases that people start telling the
truth because they fear the consequences and reject the dark side.
While we are focused on rapid growth, we are still small enough to
care about every team member and client. We need someone who's
flexible, able to fill in other areas in a pinch, and willing to do
things our way.
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