ENVIRONMENTAL LITIGATION ASSOCIATE | SAN DIEGO, CA | POSTED 06/21/2022

Stoel Rives’ San Diego Office is seeking a Litigation Associate with 5+ years of experience in environmental, land use, and/or natural resources law. Our associates gain exceptional first-hand experience on sophisticated legal matters through their work with senior lawyers and clients involving a variety of complex and cutting-edge issues pertaining to water and natural resources, wildlife, agency permitting, land use, and pollution control laws.

Associates in our group enjoy close collaboration, working in teams, leadership opportunities, developing deep expertise on issues important to our clients, and meaningful opportunities to build connections with clients early in their career. 

Please visit our website to see all of our current job openings and to apply: https://stoelselfapply.viglobalcloud.com/viRecruitSelfApply/ReDefault.aspx?FilterREID=2&FilterJobCategoryID=15&FilterJobID=335

LEGAL SPECIALIST | PHOENIX, AZ | POSTED 05/12/2022

The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) is seeking a Legal Specialist for our office in Phoenix, Arizona. As our Legal Specialist, you will perform complex legal analysis to assist with the management of the rule writing process; draft effective and concise rules; provide legal guidance on rule language and impact; testify to rules in development; and plan the rule development strategy.

Please visit our website to see all of our current job openings and instructions on how to apply: https://www.azstatejobs.gov/jobs/legal-specialist-remote-options-arizona-united-states-phoenix-tucson

Alaska Attorney General’s Office | POSTED 04/20/2022

The Alaska Attorney General’s Office is looking for multiple talented, energetic, and hard-working full-time attorneys to become members of our dynamic legal team. If you want to be a part of a collegial, collaborative, and professionally inspiring workplace, we hope you will consider joining us. For more information about the Department of Law, please visit our website at www.law.alaska.gov

Position 22-ENV-01: This Environmental section attorneys represent the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation on a variety of transactional, administrative, and litigation matters relating to the agency’s Division of Spill Prevention and Response, Division of Air Quality, Division of Environmental Health, and Division of Water. 

Position 22-NR-02: Natural Resources section attorneys work closely with client program managers in a variety of capacities, including litigation in administrative, state, and federal forums, complex litigation, administrative appeals, major infrastructure development projects and program initiatives, legislation and regulation drafting, and daily operational advice.

Position 22-OG-01: The Oil and Gas section attorneys represent state client agencies to ensure that the State's vast oil, gas, and geothermal resources are responsibly managed and revenues from royalties and taxes received.

Position 22-TR-03: The attorney filling this position will serve as counsel to the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities and other state agencies on a broad range of transportation and construction related issues. The attorney will also advise client agencies on issues relating to governmental procurements; construction and intergovernmental contracts; real property acquisition, leasing and other public land issues; federal regulatory and funding issues related to both highways and airports; contaminated site cleanup; and drafting regulations and legislation.

Position 22-TR-02: The attorney filling this position will serve as general counsel to the Anchorage and Fairbanks International Airports. In 2021, Anchorage International served 4.5 million travelers, and handled 3.6 million metric tons of air cargo. Fairbanks International is Alaska’s second busiest airport with over 1 million passengers a year, and serves as a hub for more than 50 communities in Interior and Northern Alaska that rely upon air freight, mail, and commuter service.

Please visit our website to see all of our current job openings, instructions on how to apply, and sign up to receive emails regarding position openings notices http://law.alaska.gov/department/jobs.html. 

NATURAL RESOURCES ASSOCIATE (2+ Years); SACRAMENTO, CA | POSTED 04/7/2022

The Sacramento, California office of Day Carter & Murphy LLP is seeking an associate attorney with 2-5 years’ experience to join its preeminent energy and natural resources practice.  The successful candidate will have a strong and demonstrated interest in and commitment to traditional and renewable energy, mineral title analysis, real property rights, and other natural resources-related transactional and litigation work.  The successful candidate will also have strong academic credentials, excellent verbal and written communication skills, and a desire to work in a team-oriented, collaborative environment.  The firm offers competitive salary and benefits with no billable-hour requirements.  Membership in the California State Bar is required.

Please email your cover letter, resume, transcript, and writing sample to Ralph Nevis at RNevis@daycartermurphy.com.  No telephone calls or recruiters, please; principals only.

Energy, Environmental, and Natural Resources Associate (entry-level): Billings, MT | POSTED 04/6/2022

Holland & Hart is seeking an entry-level associate to join the Energy, Environmental, and Natural Resources practice group in its Billings, MT location. 

Position Requirements: 
Ideal candidates will have level-appropriate experience and/or specific interest in environmental compliance, administrative and/or natural resources law, including natural resources litigation. Candidates must have an outstanding academic record, demonstrate excellent drafting and communication skills.

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Real Estate Associate (3+ years): Billings, MT | POSTED 04/6/2022

Holland & Hart's growing Real Estate, Construction and Finance Group is seeking a mid-level to senior associate to join its team in our Billings office.

Position requirements:
Ideal candidates will have three or more years of top tier law firm experience in one or more of the following: commercial real estate transactions, including acquisitions and sales, financing, development, and leasing; title, land use, conservation easements, and rights of way; construction contracts; and loan documents. We are looking for someone who is team-oriented with strong written and oral communication skills. The ideal candidate should display passion for working hard, take initiative in a fast-paced environment with motivated and collegial colleagues, and enjoy being part of a collaborative and diverse culture that supports our firm values (https://www.hollandhart.com/statement-of-values).

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SENIOR LITIGATION ATTORNEY | WESTERN RESOURCES LEGAL CENTER | POSTED 03/15/2022

The Western Resources Legal Center (WRLC) is an independent 501(c)(3) legal education organization affiliated with Lewis & Clark Law School. We are seeking to add a dynamic and driven lawyer to help lead litigation for WRLC. The position will assist in representing clients in litigation and regulatory and policy issues (including areas such as the Endangered Species Act, Clean Water Act, National Forest Management Act, Federal Land Policy and Management Act, and National Environmental Policy Act). The position will support the legal education program by working with law students on related practical legal skills and teaching law students substantive and procedural law. The position also will assist the Executive Director in maintaining and developing a national network of donors and supporters of the WRLC mission. 

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LITIGATION ASSOCIATE | STOEL RIVES SACRAMENTO OFFICE | POSTED 03/4/2022

Stoel Rives’ Sacramento Office is seeking a Litigation Associate with 5+ years of experience in environmental, land use, and/or natural resources law. Our associates gain exceptional first-hand experience on sophisticated legal matters through their work with senior lawyers and clients involving a variety of complex and cutting-edge issues pertaining to water and natural resources, wildlife, agency permitting, land use, and pollution control laws.

Associates in our group enjoy close collaboration, working in teams, leadership opportunities, developing deep expertise on issues important to our clients, and meaningful opportunities to build connections with clients early in their career. 

For more information and to apply