Whether you are a recent law school graduate with an outstanding academic record looking for a team-oriented, supportive firm where you can launch and grow your practice or an experienced lawyer seeking an established, highly regarded firm where you can continue to serve your clients in all aspects of IP, Fitch Even may be a good fit for you.
We have an outstanding track record of recruiting and successfully integrating skilled attorneys at every level into our team. Our younger attorneys relish the opportunities we offer to assume significant responsibilities early in their careers. Lateral attorneys appreciate how highly we value their talent and experience and support their efforts to serve their existing clients as well as introduce them to ours.
At all levels of experience, our lawyers benefit from our in-house CLE sessions and robust training program that extends well beyond onboarding. Our open-door culture and mentoring program encourage the lively and respectful exchange of ideas among seasoned veterans and young associates alike. This collegial environment fosters the kind of mutual trust and respect among our professionals that builds not only strong working relationships benefiting our clients, but often leads to lasting friendships as well.
Our current attorney openings are detailed here. If your experience or background does not fully match our existing needs, we encourage you to submit your information, as circumstances often change.
Fitch, Even, Tabin & Flannery LLP is firmly committed to equal employment opportunity hiring practices. All candidates receive consideration without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital status, physical and mental disability, genetic information, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. All applications will be treated confidentially.
We prefer direct inquiries from employment candidates.
“The true camaraderie among
the people at Fitch Even
creates a supportive and
I have benefited greatly
from the free exchange of
knowledge and ideas.”