What truly sets us apart is our commitment to exceeding clients’ expectations—every time. Our attorneys are the chief reason behind our continued success with clients and with building our distinctive firm culture, which thrives on the power of collective intelligence. It takes firm-wide dedication to deliver on both these objectives, which means we take our attorney-hiring responsibilities seriously.
We are fortunate to have attracted attorneys who are invested in our goals and we look for these traits in new hires. A career at KMK requires a commitment from you, as a candidate, and from us, as an organization, to provide a workplace environment that inspires success. If you see our firm as an opportunity to grow, succeed, and prosper as part of our team, we invite you to contact us.
Current opportunities are listed below. Candidates are encouraged to submit your resume and related materials to email@example.com.
KMK is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in its employment decisions on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, disability, or any other protected status under applicable federal, state, or local law.
Instructions to Recruiting Agencies and Search Firms
We do not accept unsolicited resumes and will not pay a fee for any unsolicited submissions. Any resume sent without request or prior approval from our Director of Legal Recruiting will be considered unsolicited. In addition, please do not call or e-mail any attorney at our firm without prior approval from our Director of Legal Recruiting. If you know a candidate who might be a good fit for our firm, please send an e-mail with relevant details to our Director of Legal Recruiting describing the candidate without revealing his or her name, and we will promptly respond. Thank you for respecting our process.
KMK Law is actively seeking associates to join our Litigation Group. The ideal candidate will have 1-3 years of litigation experience, preferably experience in complex commercial or tort litigation. Strong academic credentials and excellent research and writing skills are required. Past judicial clerkships are favored.