- Austin, TX, USA
- Starting Pay $65,000 // Compensation: commensurate with experience
- Full Time
We offer exceptional benefits including medical, vision, dental, life insurance, long-term disability, short-term disability, a generous paid time off (PTO) policy, paid holidays, an HSA, annual bonus eligibility, CLE, bar dues and room for growth.
About the Firm:
Established in Amarillo, Texas in 1970, Perdue Brandon Fielder Collins & Mott LLP ("Perdue Brandon") is one of the oldest law firms providing collection services and related legal representation to government entities. Our clients include school districts, cities, counties, hospital districts, appraisal districts and other governmental entities. Perdue Brandon continues to grow and currently has 14 primary offices in Texas and multiple satellite locations in Texas, Oklahoma, and Florida servicing clients in seven states.
For more information on our firm, please visit our website: www.pbfcm.com.
Our Austin office is looking for an energetic attorney with a strong work ethic to represent our clients in the recovery of ad valorem taxes and other governmental receivables. Attorney will not have billable hours.
- Review legal documents such as pleadings, notices and judgments
- Make weekly court appearances Texas District Courts
- Review all facts, legal issues and documents in a case prior to court appearance
- Work closely with staff on collection and litigation activities
- Draft discovery requests and responses
- Research and analyze legal issues
- Advise clients on tax matters
- Communicate with taxpayers and attorneys
- Participate in monthly office meetings
- Develop and maintain relationships with clients
- Participate in marketing and networking activities
- Attend local evening and weekend events
- Attend statewide conferences and work the booth in exhibit halls
- Draft advisory memorandum for firm-wide distribution and/or distribution to clients
- Assist with appellate matters
- Manage a large caseload
- Identify and effectively analyze complex issues
- Provide research that is thorough, complete and responsive to issue at hand
- Write in an organized, clear and concise manner
- Work in a supervisory position
- Licensed to practice law in Texas
- Organized and completes work in a timely and accurate manner
- Works well on a team
- Self-motivated and works with limited supervision
- Seeks out challenging and demanding assignments
- Committed to marketing and business development
- Good communication skills
- 0-5 years litigation experience.
*We do not require a candidate to already have experience in our niche area of the law. We will train the right person for the job.
For consideration, please include a writing sample (motion, business letter, or article) along with your resume.