Caplan & Earnest is a different kind of law firm, one that values and respects the legal and business talents of our attorneys and staff members. Located in the heart of Boulder, we appreciate independent thinkers who enjoy solving complex challenges for our clients. And our flexible and supportive culture results in long-term team members and clients.
We offer competitive salary and comprehensive benefits. We also offer free parking, a free RTD public transportation EcoPass, discounted gym membership, a business casual environment and flexible working arrangements, among other perks.
Attorney, Education Law
Caplan & Earnest’s school law team seeks an attorney with at least two years of litigation experience to represent our school clients in a variety of contested matters, such as agency investigations, administrative hearings, state and federal court proceedings, and charter school appeals. This position requires exceptional writing and oral advocacy skills and a commitment to serving public education and educational institutions. Experience with education-related litigation, including litigation involving students with disabilities, civil and constitutional rights, and charter schools is welcome but not required. If interested, please send a cover letter, resume, and writing sample to Geralyn Casper at [email protected].
If you are interested in becoming part of our team, please email us to start a conversation:
Director of Human Resources & Operations
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