Foley and Mansfield, PLLP Seeking Litigation Attorney in Miami

Foley & Mansfield, a professional limited liability partnership, is a national law firm with more than 120 attorneys in offices from coast to coast. We provide legal expertise, creative solutions and extensive trial experience for large corporations, small businesses, and individuals. 

We have an opportunity for an insurance defense litigation attorney to support our Miami medical malpractice team. The ideal candidate will have strong verbal and written communication skills, in addition to good academic credentials. The candidate must be a self-starter and possess the ability to multi-task. Working with others in a team-oriented environment is essential. 


• 3-5 years litigation experience

•  Demonstrated interest in professional liability defense a plus

•  Hands-on experience taking a case file from inception through resolution

• Must be admitted to practice in Florida

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) (Atlanta, GA) Seeks Contract Specialist (Remote Telework Available)

Job Opportunity at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Position Title: Contract Specialist

Location: CDC offers remote telework from a variety of locations in the United States. The location will be determined after selection is made.

Description of Position:

The CDC is recruiting individuals to work in the field of contracting at its headquarters office in Atlanta, GA. Applicants must have a master’s degree or equivalent graduate degree in any combination of the following fields: accounting, business, finance, law, contracts, purchasing, economics, marketing, industrial/supply chain management, quantitative methods, or organization and management. CDC is responsible for award and administration of billions of dollars in contracts each year for a variety of complex services and supplies.

Some of the duties associated with this position are:

The contract specialist performs the following job functions:

–Responsible for pre-award and post-award contract functions including negotiations, cost/price analysis, and administration of contracts for various technical and business services, equipment, construction, and/or commodities.

–Address problems that have arisen, present alternative solutions, and negotiate with the contractor to settle issues that affect the terms and conditions of the award. Review settlement proposals.

–Develop strategic procurement plans with program officials to efficiently and effectively provide contract management support.

–Advise program office staff with regard to the acquisition objectives. Plan strategies pertaining to the degree of competition and the contractual methods to meet program objectives.

–Develop acquisition milestone schedules. Prepare solicitation documents for various procurement actions. Incorporate applicable regulations and clauses.

For additional information and to apply, please visit Symplicity Job Posting ID#33634.

Goldstein Group (Plantation, FL) is Seeking an Entry Level Associate

Remote work option, or flexible hybrid in person/remote work schedule available. Candidates may indicate preference.

Established in 2001, The Goldstein Law Group (GLG) is an AV-rated, nationally acclaimed insurance defense and civil recovery firm. Based in Fort Lauderdale, and handling cases statewide and nationwide, the firm focuses on the civil prosecution of insurance fraud claims and the defense of insurance matters, including property and casualty claims, personal injury protection (PIP), bodily injury and uninsured/underinsured motorist claims. Our client list includes prominent names in auto and property insurance, such as Allstate, State Farm, Metlife, People’s Trust, Farmers, GEICO,
Ocean Harbor, American Traditions, Canal Insurance, Liberty Mutual, Progressive, National General, and Citizens.

Experience is not required. The firm provides training and mentoring by Senior Attorneys in all areas of Insurance Defense, PIP and 1st party Property Defense. Recent graduates who are members of the Florida Bar and those sitting for the July 2022 Florida Bar are welcome to apply.

To apply and view additional details, please visit Symplicity Job Posting ID#33621.


Allen Dell, P. A. (Tampa, Florida) is Seeking Trusts & Estates Associate Attorney

Allen Dell, P. A. is seeking a full-time Trusts and Estates attorney to join its sophisticated, robust Trusts and Estates Practice in Tampa, Florida.  Strong analytic, writing, communication and organization skills required; detail oriented, motivated, self-starter, able to take responsibility for and complete projects.

Responsibilities include: drafting estate planning documents; analyzing, planning, and implementing sophisticated wealth transfer strategies; administering estates, trusts, and guardianships; selecting and creating business entities and preparing documents for all business transactions; organizing and advising tax-exempt organizations; transfer tax and fiduciary tax preparation; support litigation attorneys in Trusts and Estates litigation; and be responsible for handling in-person (or telephone or video) hearings.  Must be able to interact effectively with clients, other attorneys and professional advisors.

J.D. and LL.M. required.  LL.M. in Taxation preferred.  Must be admitted to the Florida Bar.  Some experience in Trusts and Estates preferred but not required. Recent graduates are welcome to apply.


* Bonus Compensation 

* Health Insurance

* 401k

* Profit Sharing

* Life & Long-Term Disability Insurance

* Florida Bar & Hillsborough County Bar Dues

* City & County Business License

* Continuing Legal Education

* Furnished Office

* Free Parking

* Paid Holidays & Vacation

To apply, please visit Symplicity Posting Job ID#33404. Deadline to apply is June 27, 2022.

For more information about the firm, please visit their website.

Attention Rising 2L Students: The 2023 Baker Donelson Diversity Scholarship Deadline is Approaching

Baker Donelson is committed to fostering an inclusive environment where the individual differences among us are understood, respected, appreciated, and recognized as sources of strength of the Firm. These qualities enrich the environment in which we work.

With this in mind, we are delighted to announce that the 2023 Baker Donelson Diversity Scholarship application is now available!  We will award three scholarships to three diverse rising 2L law students who will complete their first year of law school by June 2022. Recipients will be awarded a six-week, salaried 2L Summer Associate position for the summer of 2023 in one of our Firm’s offices. Additionally, each recipient will be awarded $10,000, which will be paid prior to the student’s third year of law school, to help defray the cost of law school tuition and related expenses.

Eligibility. To qualify for the scholarship, the candidates must: (1) have completed their first year of a full-time JD program with an anticipated graduation date of 2024 at the time of application, (2) be a member of a diverse population that historically has been underrepresented in the legal profession; and (3) attend an ABA Accredited Law School. Candidates may not be the recipient of a similar scholarship award from another law firm.

Application Deadline and Requirements. Applications are due by midnight, Friday, June 10, 2022. Interested students must include the documents below with their application. Students will have the availability to save their application and upload these at a later time. Students may start the application process using this link.

  1. Current Resume including undergraduate and law school GPA and class rank (if available)
  2. Personal Statement. Please demonstrate your qualifications for our Diversity Scholarship by addressing how you have contributed to the cause of diversity; and/or how you have overcome adversity to achieve personal and academic success. Please limit to 500 words.
  3. Unofficial Law School Transcript must include 1L Fall and Spring semester grades. 
  4. Legal Writing Sample. The sample may be from your legal writing course in law school (please limit to 10 pages).
  5. Professional Recommendation. One written professional recommendation from a law school professor or employer. Recommendations should be addressed to Rebecca Simon, Director of Recruiting. The recommendation document name should be labeled LastName-FirstName. It may be uploaded to the application or emailed directly.

American Bar Association Section of Taxation, Public Service Fellowship Program: Tax Analysts Public Service Fellowship

In response to a need for tax legal assistance for low-income taxpayers, to foster a greater interest in tax-related public service and to provide seasoned attorneys the opportunity to move into the public interest sector, the ABA Section of Taxation and Tax Analysts have developed a unique new fellowship to deepen the tax practice in organizations representing low-income taxpayers. The new fellowship will build on the success of the Section’s fellowship for recent law school graduates, the Christine A. Brunswick Public Service Fellowship, established in 2008.

For the initial year of the new fellowship, the fellow will be based at La Posada Tax Clinic in Twin Falls, Idaho. This powerful non-profit provides extensive free tax services to those in need in beautiful Idaho. Future applicants will be expected to identify and secure a position with a Sponsoring Organization before applying for the Tax Analysts Public Service Fellowship. All Fellowships must involve taxation or administration of tax law and must be with a public interest, non-profit organization, or a government entity.

For more information about the fellowship, review the application materials. For real stories of the impact public service fellows with the Tax Section can make, listen to testimonials of Christine A. Brunswick Public Service Fellows.

The application form can be accessed here.

The application is due July 29, 2022.

For additional details and how to apply, please visit Symplicity Job Posting ID#33424.

Invitation to a Webinar for Law Students, Judicial Law Clerks, and other Recent Graduates on the Attorney General’s Honors Program and Summer Law Intern Program at the U.S. Department of Justice

You are invited to OARM’s annual webinar regarding the 2022 – 2023 Attorney General’s Honors Program (HP) and Summer Law Intern Program (SLIP) at the U.S. Department of Justice. Students will learn about the programs, participating offices, eligibility requirements, the application process, and they will have the chance to ask questions. We will also highlight some great, upcoming events, including our Wednesday Webinar Series.

Law students and recent graduates may attend one of the following three webinars.  No RSVP is required, simply click on the link provided below.

  1. Wednesday, June 1, 2022

Time:  1:00 PM ET                                

Link:  Introduction to the Attorney General’s Honors Program and Summer Law Intern Program at the U.S. Department of Justice

Access Code (if needed):  2762 809 8362

Event Password (if needed):  HPSLIPWebinar22

Call-In:  +1-415-527-5035 US Toll / Access Code:  2762 809 8362


2. Wednesday, June 1, 2022

Time:  3:00 PM ET                                

Link:  Introduction to the Attorney General’s Honors Program and Summer Law Intern Program at the U.S. Department of Justice

Access Code (if needed):  2761 957 5204

Event Password (if needed):  HPSLIPWebinar22

Call-In:  +1-415-527-5035 US Toll / Access Code:  2761 957 5204


3. Thursday, June 2, 2022

Time:  12:00 PM ET                                

Link:  Introduction to the Attorney General’s Honors Program and Summer Law Intern Program at the U.S. Department of Justice

Access Code (if needed):  2760 410 8015

Event Password (if needed):  HPSLIPWebinar22

Call-In:  +1-415-527-5035 US Toll / Access Code:  2760 410 8015

 If you are a rising 2L student and have plans to be in the Tampa area this summer, Holland & Knight cordially invites you to an informal reception with our lawyers. Please join us for an opportunity to learn more about our summer program, our practices and, most importantly, our people. We hope you can join us for an evening of informative conversation, refreshing drinks and light appetizers.

Date/Time: Tuesday, June 14, 2022, 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Where: Holland & Knight, 100 North Tampa Street Suite 4100, Tampa, FL 33602

RSVP: Space is limited. Please RSVP to Precillia Soares by June 8 and include your law school, J.D. year and any practice area interests in your reply.

Alfred F. Andreu, PA (Coral Gables, FL) Seeking Real Estate Lawyer – Entry Level Position

Entry level position available for immediate hire.

Recent graduates, 1+ year’s experience and 2022 grads who will sit for the July Florida Bar Exam are welcome to apply.

We are looking to hire a real estate lawyer with superb negotiation and analytical skills. Candidate is expected to display influential decision-making with fantastic research and communication skills.
-Monitor legal risk in real estate documentation and advise clients accordingly.

-Interpret laws, rulings, and regulations for real estate transactions.

-Draft and negotiate real estate transactions.

-Draft routine leases and amendments.

-Draft loan documents.

-Ensure that appropriate approvals are in place before real estate transactions are executed.

-Manage regulatory and compliance-related services.

-Represent the company in purchases and sales of properties.

-Defend the municipal code litigation.

-Support legal and general advisory needs associated with a large-scale real estate portfolio.

To apply, view Symplicity Job Posting ID#33284. Deadline is June 17, 2022.

Summer 2022 Fellowship – Gwen S. Cherry Black Women Lawyers Association and Legal Services of Greater Miami, Inc.


Gwendolyn Sawyer Cherry was a pioneer attorney at Legal Services of Greater Miami, Inc. (“LSGMI”), where she promoted equal justice and advocated on behalf of low-income communities in Miami-Dade County, among her many other accomplishments. The Gwen S. Cherry Black Women Lawyers Association Fellowship at LSGMI was established to honor Mrs. Cherry and to continue her legacy and humanitarian efforts.


The GSCBWLA Fellow’s responsibilities may include, but are not limited to: interviewing clients in person and by telephone; conducting factual investigations, including visiting a client’s home; performing legal research and writing; drafting pleadings, motions and discovery requests; reviewing documents; preparing for and observing administrative and court hearings; participating in after-hours legal clinics; and participating in after-hours community education events.


We are seeking an extraordinary Fellow with a strong commitment to public service. To be eligible for the GSCBWLA Fellowship, prospective applicants must be enrolled in law

school, be a 2L, 3L, 4L, or LL.M., and demonstrate a commitment to equal justice and advocating for low-income clients in Miami-Dade County.


The stipend will be paid bi-weekly. If the GSCBWLA Fellow is a 2L, s/he will receive $13 per hour. If the GSCBWLA Fellow is a 3L, 4L, or LLM, s/he will receive $14 per hour.  This is a Summer 2022 placement and will require the Fellow to work 10-12 weeks. The hours will be flexible but it is recommended that the Fellow work a minimum of five hours per week and a maximum of 30 hours per week.


To apply, please submit a one (1) page cover letter indicating how you will continue Gwen S. Cherry’s legacy and serve as an asset to LSGMI, your resume, law school transcript (PDF scans of official transcript are required), and application form.  Applications MUST be submitted via email by 11:59 pm, Friday, June 3, 2022 to Gwen S. Cherry Black Women Lawyers Association, c/o Nakia Ruffin. The recipient of the Fellowship award will be notified on or before June 16, 2022.

Click here for the GSCBWLA Summer 2022 Fellowship Application.