Careers

Associate
Emery Celli Brinckerhoff Abady Ward & Maazel LLP is hiring a new associate to begin as soon as possible. Currently 27 lawyers, the firm is a litigation boutique with a diverse mix of cases in both civil rights and complex commercial litigation. We are seeking a lawyer with outstanding academic credentials, writing ability, and advocacy skills, as well as a demonstrated commitment to civil rights and civil liberties issues. The firm is an equal opportunity employer and encourages people with diverse backgrounds and experiences to apply. Associates are paid on a scale ranging from $100,000 base salary (first year out of law school) to $150,000 base salary (ten years or more out of law school); all associates are also eligible to receive an annual, discretionary bonus. Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, and law school unofficial transcript, with all three documents combined into a single PDF, using the following file-name convention: “FirstName LastName_ECBAWM Associate Application.pdf”. Applications should be submitted as soon as possible to the attention of the Hiring Committee by email to hiring@ecbawm.com.

Summer Associate
Emery Celli Brinckerhoff Abady Ward & Maazel LLP is a litigation boutique located in New York City with a unique practice blend of civil rights, commercial, criminal, and professional ethics. The firm’s core civil rights practice focuses on employment and housing discrimination, sexual harassment and assault, children’s rights, disability rights, prisoners’ rights, police misconduct, wrongful convictions, wrongful death, First Amendment rights, and class action litigation, among other areas. The firm’s general commercial litigation practice includes contract and partnership disputes, real estate and land use, intellectual property, internal investigations, and other areas. The firm seeks applications from current 2Ls for a position as a 2023 summer associate. The summer associate position is a paid position and requires a minimum 10-week commitment. We seek a student with outstanding academic credentials, writing ability, and advocacy skills, as well as a demonstrated commitment to civil rights and civil liberties issues. The firm is an equal opportunity employer and encourages people with diverse backgrounds and experiences to apply. Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and unofficial transcript to the attention of the Hiring Committee at hiring@ecbawm.com.

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