Law Clerk

Youman, Madeo, & Fasano LLP Manhattan , NY 10003

Posted 3 weeks ago

Law Clerk:

Our immigration law office seeks a studious and passionate Law Clerk for our thriving practice. The successful candidate will work with several different Attorneys on a daily basis, managing his or her schedule based on current demand. If you are a law student (L2 or L3) with excellent grades and a flexible schedule, you will be perfect for this position. We offer the opportunity to gain experience with Attorneys who serve in a wide variety of capacities representing clients in removal proceedings and clients seeking to legalize their status in the United States. The law clerk will have a broad range of duties including conducting legal research, preparing memos, drafting motions and legal briefs and supports attorneys by assembling and organizing information for legal documents; researching law; assembling case materials; writing reports and memoranda. Some after-hours work might be required, especially during times of peak activity.



Law Clerk:

Must be able to draft motions

Ability to independently handle multiple priorities and deadlines while

simultaneously functioning smoothly as part of a team in a close-knit


Impeccable writing, organizational, and communication skills are a MUST

Must be L2 or L3

Must be available after hours during peak hours


Competitive pay and full benefits package including health/dental/vision/life insurance policy options, 401k, paid time off/maternity leave benefits, and full coverage of all license/CLE requirements.

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Law Clerk

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