I’d like to begin with an update: The South Shore Plymouth Walk to End Alzheimer’s raised nearly $323,000! Of this, our office raised $516. I want to extend my heartfelt thanks to all of you who contributed. As always, the money will go toward raising awareness about Alzheimer’s disease and, ultimately, to finding a cure.
Next, I have a request. (Don’t worry, I’m not going to ask for another donation!) Some of you may have noticed that emails sent to us receive an auto-reply saying we are understaffed and that our response to your message may take a bit longer than usual. There’s a good reason for that: We’ve been extraordinarily busy for quite some time, and I need to hire another full-time attorney.
That’s where you come in, I hope.
Human resources experts agree that the best candidates come from referrals. Who better to recommend a potential attorney than my valued clients and colleagues who understand my approach and values so well. If you know an elder law attorney – or a family law attorney looking to switch to elder law – please pass their name on to me.
Below you’ll find links to postings that detail responsibilities, qualifications, how to apply, salary, etc. In essence, however, I’m looking for a like-minded attorney with a minimum of three to five years of experience in elder law or family law. (Why family law? Many family law attorneys love helping people but grow tired of the constant fighting inherent in this practice area.)
This is a great opportunity, if I do say so myself. (And I do.) Elder law is professionally and personally satisfying. My team and I love what we do. We have high expectations but are relatively laid back. We offer a great deal of flexibility, such as setting one’s own hours and working from home a few days a week if desired. Best of all, chocolate can be found throughout the office!
Here are those job postings I mentioned:
Until next time, take care….