Maritime Litigation Associate – Houston

Kean Miller is seeking an experienced associate attorney in our Houston office to join our offshore energy and marine litigation practice. Qualified candidates will possess two to five years of general litigation experience.

Candidates should have excellent academic credentials, strong research, writing, communication, and advocacy skills as well as excellent references. Candidates must demonstrate the ability and the desire to interact directly with Kean Miller’s clients and to further develop client and referral relationships.  Ideal candidate would have experience practicing in federal court and a background in maritime and offshore energy, though not required.

The successful candidate should have a track record of high achievement, the desire to work in a fast-paced challenging environment and the ability to work as part of a team. A current state bar license is required, but attorneys licensed outside of Texas who desire to move back to the state and practice in Houston are invited to apply.
 
What Kean Miller Offers 
 
We offer a people-driven culture, meaningful work, a well-defined path to partnership, highly competitive salaries, generous paid time off and an extensive benefits package that includes paid health, life, disability, dental, vision coverage and 401(k).
 
Kean Miller is committed to supporting and encouraging our attorneys though our mentor program as well as our robust in-house attorney development program. We provide professional development in the areas of client relationships and business development, practice skills, business and financial skills, and personal development.
 
How to Apply 

Please submit a cover letter, resume, transcript and writing sample to mary.coghlan@keanmiller.com. All submissions are held in the strictest confidence.
 
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