Attorney (Litigation Department)

$50,000 yearly
  • Jensen Bagnato PC
  • Philadelphia, PA, USA
  • May 01, 2022
Part time Consultant Legal Professional Services

Job Description

Job details

Job Type
Per Diem/Part-time

Number of hires for this role


    • Spanish (Required)

    • Immigration Law: 2 years (Preferred)

    • PA Law License (Preferred)


Full Job Description

Job description

We are looking for a bright, dedicated individual who has an interest and experience of at least 2 years in Immigration and or Litigation experience and is looking for a jump start in his/her career.

The Attorney will work within our Litigation and Immigration Law Departments and including covering hearings and cases in Family, Civil and Criminal Court when needed.

As we are a general practice law firm whom handles lot of different legal matters for our clients.

The Attorney MUST SPEAK SPANISH as we are a very bilingual law firm with lots of Latino Cliental.

We want someone who has at least 2years experience and able to bring their own clients to the law firm and have a desire to grow their own practice within the law firm. In return the sky is the limit as to compensation as we give referral fees to business generated by our per diem associates, this including the competitive hourly wage pay for the billable work done on cases worked on.

This can lead to a Full-time position within our Law Firm

Please provide Resume and Cover letter.

Job Location:

  • Philadelphia, PA

Required license or certification:

  • PA and NJ Bar License

Job Type: Per Diem / Part-time

Supplemental Pay:

  • Bonus pay

COVID-19 Considerations:
Yes, we have sanitation station, masks required if no vaccines plus social distancing in place.


  • Immigration Law: 2 years (Preferred)


  • Spanish (Required)


  • PA Law License (Preferred)
  • New Jersey Law License (Preferred)
  • Immigration Court Admission (Preferred)

Work Location:

  • One location

Work Remotely:

  • No
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