Attorney, Labor & Employment, Albany, NY

June 28, 2022

The Albany Office of Lippes Mathias LLP is seeking an ambitious attorney with five to fifteen years of experience for a Labor Attorney position. The Albany Offices’ current practice covers a broad array of areas within the labor and employment field, primarily public sector labor law, including disciplinary and contract grievances, administrative hearings, PERB proceedings, contract negotiations, interest arbitration proceedings, and litigation in state and federal courts.

New attorneys have immediate access to clients and to arbitration proceedings. Strong communication skills, legal advocacy skills, and writing skills are required. Experience in administrative hearings or other comparable court proceedings is preferred. A background in representing labor unions, although not required, is preferred.
Our Firm strives to maintain a positive, collaborative work environment. Salary and benefits commensurate with experience, our firm offers an excellent opportunity for a driven attorney to further their legal career.

Candidates must be admitted to practice in New York State.

Lippes Mathias is a growing law firm with over 135 attorneys and 225 total employees located in 10 offices (Buffalo, Rochester, Albany, Jacksonville, Washington D.C., Chicago, New York City, Long Island, San Antonio, and Burlington, Ontario). We rely upon and promote teamwork among staff, paralegals and attorneys to meet the expectations of our clients. We look to hire people who are excellent at what they do and have a positive attitude of serving our clients’ needs. We are a firm that values a diversity of ideas and experiences in an atmosphere that is collegial and open.

Interested applicants shall submit a resume in confidence to

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