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We are dead serious about capitalizing on the force of clear-minds and diversity of perspective. This cannot be done if we accommodate and reward only one working style: full time, onsite, and internally competitive for billable hours. We designed Hone Law to attract successful legal experts who find BigLaw unsuited to maximizing their best qualities as legal advocates and as humans. If this is you, consider applying.
Collaborate Internally, Compete Against Real Adversaries
The traditional partner/associate hierarchy fails to incentivize effective, pro-client behaviors. BigLaw heedlessly rewards seniority, hours billed, competitive ladder-climbing, and a dead-sprint to burnout. At Hone Law, leadership and tasks are assigned to the most capable professional. We reward competence and contribution through a range of workstyles and schedules. As a result, when our legal professionals turn to their work, they are laser-focused on what matters: the client’s outcome.
Clear-Thinking Lawyers Win More Cases
At Hone Law, “diversity” is not a box we hope to check, it is imperative to our success. We recruit legal professionals with unique personal histories, specialized legal competence, and varied cultural backgrounds. We structure our business model to accommodate and encourage the well-rounded lives our team members lead.
Countless studies demonstrate that sleep, exercise, diet, time with loved ones, time in nature, personal goals, and connections to our community strengthen our minds and bolster creativity, motivation, and focus. Studies further show the significant detriment to work-product, productivity, and effectiveness of professionals that regularly stretch their working hours beyond healthy limits. At Hone Law, we encourage legal professionals to keep schedules that maximize their focus, strategic creativity, and attention to detail..
Every professional who touches a client’s case should be highly skilled at the tasks they commit to complete. No one is an expert in all things, and so we collaborate. With precision. Team members take on leadership roles and tasks based on their choice of focus and their particularized skillset. Together, we bring uncommon results.
We provide exceptional opportunities for skilled litigation and trial attorneys, legal professionals, and litigation support team members. Our mission is to encourage our team members to lead healthier, more productive careers. This is the landing spot for highly skilled, talented litigators that want to better integrate their work with their lives while pursuing interesting, challenging litigation, and providing exceptional service to their clients.We don’t presently have any positions posted, but if you think you could be a sharp addition to our team, please reach out and get in touch.
Complex Commercial Litigation Attorney
Focus: Brief Writing
$60 to $85 per hour Flexible Remote/Hybrid Position
5-years experience minimum
Hone Law is currently hiring a remote or hybrid litigation attorney for an active, rapidly growing business/commercial and employment litigation practice. We are accepting applications for both part-time and full-time attorneys. Hone Law offers a modern approach to legal counsel and litigation, providing our clients with cutting-edge advantages over the traditional “Big Law” and litigation-boutique specialty firms with whom we compete. Our team “checks the boxes” in terms of experience, legal acumen, case history and past results.
The Candidate hired for this position will contribute to a team-driven complex commercial litigation strategy. This candidate is the analytical storyteller and should enjoy exceptional legal research, case analysis, and brief writing skills. This attorney will be responsible for aligning case strategy to legal proof requirements, preparing demand letters and responses, case pleadings, legal briefs, mediation briefs, findings of fact and conclusions of law, case orders, pre-trial memorandums, voire dire questionnaires, trial briefing, and trial orders. This attorney will be responsible for preparing trial advocates for hearings and trial, designing direct examination outlines and cross examination plans. This attorney must be proficient at developing persuasive factual narratives, strong legal proof analysis, and sharp legal argument. This attorney should also be enthusiastic about working in a team format, willing to prepare notes and summaries that guide discovery focused attorneys in drawing evidence that will support winning briefing and trial practice. The candidate hired for this position will not be expected to negotiate with opposing counsels, maintain client contact, argue at hearings, or take depositions while slotted in this role. Opportunities for professional growth and training may be available if the attorney wishes to pursue additional focus in the future.