BCK Law, P.C.
Law Clerk | Part Time
Category: Legal Services
BCK Law, P.C., a small energy and environmental law firm, is currently seeking to hire a law clerk. The Firm generally concentrates in transactional, regulatory and corporate law, and the law clerk will report to all attorneys of the Firm on issues related to energy and public utilities law, renewable energy project development, municipal law and business and employment law. The law clerk will also support the Firm’s Office Manager with various tasks as needed, and therefore, this position requires the candidate to have prior administrative experience, strong attention to detail, the ability to work as part of a team and balance competing deadlines and priorities.
Applicants should be responsible, self-motivated, and have an interest in energy law as well as strong research and computer skills. Must be able to learn on the job and work independently. Social media experience a plus.
Conduct factual and legal research using multiple online resources including Westlaw, Google, online dockets, etc.
Monitor, track and report on federal, state and local policy developments.
Maintain corporate books and draft reports and filings with state and local agencies.
Assist attorneys with deposition and hearing preparation.
Prepare correspondence and obtain court and agency filings.
Assist with the preparation of pleadings and court filings.
Manage document production.
Conduct legal research.
Proofread and cite-check legal documents.
Assist with any day-to-day tasks and various other administrative and legal duties as needed.
Meticulous attention to detail.
Ability to manage multiple assignments simultaneously.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Excellent technology and digital skills, including proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, including Excel.
Bachelor’s degree required.
At least two (2) years of administrative and/or law firm experience.
The Firm will also consider recent law school graduates who are willing to assume a blended law clerk/associate role, provided such candidates have significant prior work or internship experience in the area of energy and public utilities law or renewable energy project development.
This position has flexible hours, currently expected to be approximately 10-15 hours per week. Compensation commensurate with experience.
The Firm will provide software and remote computer support, but applicants must have their own up to date PC or Mac and fast internet access.
All Firm attorneys and staff are working from remote offices/home due to the pandemic, and the Firm expects that this arrangement will continue throughout 2021. Applicants must live in New England as occasional attendance at in-person meetings or hearings may be required, particularly as the pandemic abates.
Deadline: November 15, 2020 12:00 am
Cover letter and resume should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org on or before November 15th, 2020.
No direct phone calls or emails to Firm personnel – please reply only to email address above.