We offer exceptional career opportunities to our attorneys and support professionals in a challenging and rewarding environment. We are rapidly expanding and looking for qualified professionals to join our team.
For consideration, please submit your resume, two business references, and a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Ansbacher Law is a drug-free and tobacco-free workplace that performs background checks and basic skills tests on all job candidates.
We offer a competitive salary, 401k retirement plan (with employer match), health insurance benefits, and performance bonuses. Salaries for all positions are based on qualifications and experience.
Attorneys & Law Clerks
- Ansbacher Law is Always Seeking Talented Attorneys
- Choice of Office Location in North or Central Florida
- Now interviewing for Summer 2024 Law Clerks – Applications should be sent to Davarian Rosseau
CURRENT JOB OPPORTUNITIES
North Florida Litigation Associate
Ansbacher Law is seeking a junior-level litigation associate with 0-2 years of experience, a strong academic background and excellent writing and communication skills. The ideal candidate will have been a member of a journal in law school or have experience drafting pleadings, motions, and discovery in Florida state court matters. Candidates must be eager to succeed in a collaborative, fast-paced environment. This is an exceptional opportunity to join a thriving, storied law firm and to be part of a growing firm where opportunities abound for driven professionals who want to succeed. Please apply to email@example.com and include your resume, law school transcript (does not need to be certified), and a writing sample.
Central Florida Community Association Lawyer
Ansbacher Law is seeking an attorney interested in representing condominium and homeowner associations. This position is available to 0-3 year new attorneys, but more experienced attorneys with a book of business are also invited to apply. The position is based in our new Central Florida office, conveniently located in Lake Mary, Florida. The work includes advising association boards on compliance with statutory requirements, contract review and preparation, drafting covenants, declarations, bylaws, rules and amendments, and assisting our association clients in dispute resolution through mediation and arbitration. Significant training and mentorship is available from board-certified senior attorneys. Applicants should either be members of the FLorida Bar, or awaiting 2023 test results and eligible for Bar admission. Please apply to firstname.lastname@example.org and include your resume, law school transcript (for 0-3 attorneys only – does not need to be certified), and a writing sample.