Lead, Grow, and Impact Others. This is what we do. Messick Law is looking for attorneys who are ready to do great work and enjoy their lives while doing it. We are a rapidly growing law firm in the Twin Cities that provides services throughout the State of Minnesota.
Lead Attorneys for Business, Civil Litigation, and Estate Planning
Currently, we are seeking attorneys to lead our Business Services, Civil Litigation, and Estate Planning practice groups. This is a unique opportunity to shape and grow these practice areas. Ideal candidates:
- Business Services: Five or more years of representing businesses/nonprofits, from startups to well-established entities.
- Civil Litigation: Five or more years litigating in State and Federal courts.
- Estate Planning: Five or more years drafting estate plans with strong knowledge of State and Federal taxation.
Messick Law is built around core practice areas that integrate services to meet our clients’ legal needs. These are not divisions of legal practice. There are no silos here. We want to be the primary resource for our clients throughout both their personal and professional lives, including planning for the next generation. It takes a team approach, and we are looking for the best.
Opportunities for Practice Group Attorneys
We are also inviting attorneys to apply who are interested in the following practice groups:
- Business Services – transactional, administrative, and employer side services.
- Trust and Estate Litigation
- Civil Litigation
- Elder Law / Guardianships and Conservatorships
- Real Estate
- Family Law
We offer competitive compensation, flexible location and work hours, and opportunity for growth. Feel free to reach out to any of our attorneys to ask them about their experiences. If our firm sounds like a good fit, we invite you to send a resume to [email protected].
We strongly invite and encourage attorneys of diverse backgrounds to apply. Our office is committed to being culturally competent/differing ability aware, including ongoing education and development on diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Legal Administrative Assistant
Messick Law, PLLC, a rapidly growing and highly regarded law firm in the East Twin Cities metro, is seeking a legal administrative assistant to serve its current and future clients. The ideal candidate enjoys working directly with our clients as well as taking pride in supporting an elite legal team.
Daily tasks for this position include answering and responding to incoming communications; scheduling appointments and assisting with managing the Firm’s calendar; and administrative tasks such as drafting documents, electronic filing of court documents and other tasks as assigned.
A successful candidate will possess great organizational skills and be self-motivated, as well as having the ability to prioritize tasks with demanding deadlines, while maintaining patience and client confidentiality.
- Minimum Associates Degree, or significant prior law firm experience.
- Prior experience in a law firm or court administration is preferred but is not required.
- Significant experience with all Microsoft Office products.
We offer competitive compensation based upon experience, flexible location and work hours, and opportunity for growth. To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume and references to [email protected].
Messick Law, PLLC is a growing law firm with offices in Saint Paul, Woodbury, and Northfield. Messick Law is built around core practice areas that integrate services to meet our clients’ legal needs. These are not divisions of legal practice. There are no silos here. We want to be the primary resource for our clients throughout both their personal and professional lives, including planning for the next generation. It takes a team approach, and we are looking for the best. Messick Law promotes the values of diversity, equity, inclusion, and mutual respect. Accordingly, all at Messick Law are dedicated to creating and maintaining an inclusive environment, where all persons are treated with dignity and respect. Further, we acknowledge the historical and societal inequalities in the legal system and our responsibility to recognize, remedy, and stop these injustices.