Energy Environmental Litigation Associate – Baton Rouge

With 200 attorneys from offices in Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Lafayette, Lake Charles, Shreveport, Houston and The Woodlands, Kean Miller serves the legal needs of the people, businesses, and industries that drive the regional economy.  Our people provide creative solutions, unique strategies, and unparalleled value that allow our clients to perform at the highest level.

Kean Miller is seeking a Partnership Track Associate to work in our Energy Environmental Litigation Group from our Baton Rouge office. This position is ideal for a lateral associate with a minimum of three years of prior litigation experience, in any practice area, seeking challenging work with the ability to work with highly sophisticated clients. Candidates should have excellent academic credentials, strong research, writing, communication, and advocacy skills. 

Why Lateral Associates Join Kean Miller
  • People-driven Culture 
  • Clearly defined Partnership Track
  • Partner Mentoring 
  • Attorney Development Sessions 
  • Business Development Coaching
  • Early Case Involvement 
  • Direct Client Contact
  • Challenging Work 
  • Community Involvement 
Kean Miller values the strength that comes from a diverse and inclusive workplace. We know that prioritizing diversity, equity, and inclusion contributes to the success of our people and helps us provide superior service to our clients.  We have received external recognition of our diverse, welcoming workplace by Diversity Lab through our Mansfield Certification achievement. 
How to Apply 
Please submit a resume, law school transcript and writing sample directly to Mary Coghlan All submissions are held in the strictest confidence.
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