Thursday, September 22, 2016

Higgins, Hopkins, McLain & Roswell is looking for the next great associate attorney to add to our growing litigation team.

Higgins, Hopkins, McLain & Roswell, LLC is looking to add a new associate to our construction litigation and general casualty defense practice.  Our ideal candidate is one with three to five years of experience in the litigation of construction defect, personal injury, and/or general casualty claims.  We have a lot of trials and arbitrations on the calendar for the foreseeable future and we don’t expect to slow down any time soon, so we need an associate to participate in all facets of a busy litigation practice.

Instead of assigning new associates to the same, repetitive task in each case, we typically assign a new associate to a new file and mentor him or her on all aspects of that case as it proceeds through the initial investigation and pleading stages, written and testimonial discovery, motions practice and, eventually, trial or arbitration.  To be successful a candidate, you must be an optimist, well spoken, have exceptional research and writing skills, and be able to think on your feet.  Given that most of our files are document-intensive, you must also be very organized and detail-oriented.

To apply for the position, please send a cover letter, resume, and writing sample to our office administrator, Ms. Lauren Parks, Higgins, Hopkins, McLain & Roswell, LLC, 100 Garfield Street, Suite 300, Denver, CO 80206, or by e-mail at

About HHMR:

Higgins, Hopkins, McLain & Roswell (“HHMR”) exists to embody and exemplify the principles of service and stewardship. In everything we do, we focus on serving our clients selflessly and to the best of our ability. In doing so, we always have in the forefront of our minds our obligation to act as the stewards of our clients’ trust, confidences, and resources.

HHMR is highly regarded for its expertise in construction law and the litigation of construction related claims, including the defense of large and complex construction defect matters. In addition to their construction law background, HHMR’s attorneys are well versed and experienced in tort, contract, property, and general casualty litigation ranging from products liability to personal injury and premises liability claims.

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