Riley Bennett Egloff, LLP is seeking an associate attorney with at least 3 years of experience in a commercial litigation practice. Candidates must be self-starters capable of handling a full caseload, have a strong academic record, and possess excellent written and oral communication skills. Qualified candidates will be committed to providing the highest quality legal services in a timely, result-oriented and cost-effective manner. Litigators with deposition, hearing and trial experience are preferred. Please direct all inquiries to Robert Brandt email@example.com
Riley Bennett Egloff is a Indianapolis-based law firm serving successful local, regional, national and international business clients and their principals in many industries including: insurance, construction, health care, real estate, banking, finance, securities, manufacturing, entertainment, retail and not-for-profit. Because the Firm has enjoyed steady growth since its inception in 1979, it continuously considers applications for employment from the highest quality candidates expressing interest in joining the Firm.
The Firm is an equal opportunity employer. Successful applicants are offered a generous compensation package including a base salary commensurate with the applicant’s qualifications and experience. Also provided are semiannual performance and annual salary reviews, bonus potential, SEP retirement plan contributions upon meeting eligibility requirements and a group health insurance plan.
We provide our employees with attentive and experienced supervision, training and mentoring as well as expansive opportunities for professional growth and career development.
See below for more information on the following positions:
Attorneys, Paralegals, law clerks, and legal nurse consultants
If you are interested in an administrative position with us, please submit your resume along with a cover letter stating the position desired and your salary requirements to our Office Manager, Susan Cutsinger, firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are interested in an attorney, paralegal, law clerk, legal nurse consultants, or summer associate position with us, please submit your resume along with a cover letter stating the position desired to our Recruiting Partner, Robert C. Brandt, at email@example.com.
Riley Bennett Egloff prides itself on providing the highest-quality legal services to our clients in a collegial work environment.
The Firm employs administrative personnel as legal secretaries/administrative assistants, billing and financial department personnel, receptionists, file clerks and building maintenance employees.
If you are interested in employment with us in an administrative position, please submit your resume along with a cover letter stating the position desired and your salary requirements to our Office Administrator, Susan Cutsinger, at firstname.lastname@example.org. All information received will be held in confidence.
Paralegals, Law Clerks, and Legal Nurse Consultants
In addition to attorneys, the Firm hires other professional staff members as paralegals, law clerks, and legal nurse consultants. These professional staff members assist the attorneys in performing discovery, preparing form documents, conducting legal research, gathering and interpreting medical records, and interviewing witnesses.
If you are interested in a position as a paralegal, law clerk or legal nurse consultant, please submit your resume along with a a cover letter stating the position desired to our Recruiting Partner, Robert C. Brandt, at email@example.com. All inquiries will be held in confidence.
Attorneys who join our Firm are seeking a firm with an established and sophisticated client base and a management philosophy that promotes collegiality, fairness, and profitability.
Our meritocracy is a source of pride among our attorneys. We encourage an entrepreneurial approach to the practice of law, and we reward those who provide quality service to our clients and those who generate work. While we do not increase the number of attorneys in our firm solely for growth’s sake, we welcome opportunities to add attorneys as the circumstances warrant.
We incur expenses cautiously and invest in our Firm wisely. Our conservative fiscal management allows us to reward those who exceed our expectations and the expectations of our clients.
We are looking for attorneys who are passionate about practicing law, who are committed to providing outstanding service to clients, and who will thrive under our business model. If you would like to explore joining us, we would be pleased to hear from you. Please send your resume in confidence to our Recruiting Partner, Robert C. Brandt, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summer Associate Program
Our Summer Associate Program is a critical source of new lawyers for our Firm. Many of our associates—and several of our partners—were participants in our Summer Associate Program. For that reason, we maintain high standards in the selection process, and we endeavor to give each Summer Associate a realistic impression of the people and practice of our Firm.
Our program begins in May and lasts at least ten weeks, and typically includes only second-year law students.
A summer with our Firm provides experiences as a new lawyer. Summer Associates are not only involved in legal research, writing and analysis that are significant to our clients and their cases, but they also attend depositions, hearings, trials, and client meetings. We endeavor to provide immediate and constructive feedback to Summer Associates on all assignments.
Our Summer Associate Program also includes social activities, including an Indianapolis Indians outing, a golf outing open to all Firm attorneys, and informal, after-work gatherings. Such activities are designed to help acquaint Summer Associates with the Firm and its attorneys, but do not dominate a Summer Associate’s non-work time.
We typically conduct on-campus interviews for our Summer Associate Program in September of each year. If you are interested in our Summer Associate Program, please send a cover letter and resume to the Recruiting Partner, Robert C. Brandt, at email@example.com, or submit your resume, cover letter and law school transcript to your law school’s career development office (for on-campus interviews). All information received will be held in confidence.
Summer Associate FAQs
Q: How would you describe the Firm’s culture?
A: The Firm’s culture can best be described as a team. Rather than a loose association of attorneys, the partnership operates more as a single unit to obtain the best results for our clients.
Q: What kind of work will I be exposed to as a Summer Associate?
A: Summer Associates are exposed to the variety of the Firm’s practice by becoming involved in real projects for real clients. Summer Associates will conduct legal research on a variety of topics; attend depositions, hearings, trials, and client meetings; draft pleadings and contracts; and observe attorneys in their daily practices. Assignments will come directly from the attorneys whose clients have the issues presented, rather than from a single source.
Q: Will I have the opportunity to seek out work of particular interest to me?
A: Our Firm is not divided into specific departments, so Summer Associates will not be assigned to a “department”. Instead, Summer Associates will work with partners and associates in all areas of the Firm’s practice. Summer Associates are encouraged to make their interests known. Projects in those areas of interest will then be assigned to them as the work is available.
Q: What is the structure of the Summer Associate Program?
A: Summer Associates are under the general direction of the Recruiting Partner who will meet with them at least monthly to discuss their work and ensure that they are getting a well-rounded experience. Each Summer Associate is also assigned a Senior Associate to be his or her mentor and monthly mentor meetings will be held. Such meetings are designed to promote two-way communication and feedback, but the majority of feedback provided to the Summer Associates is the daily feedback they can expect on the projects they are assigned.