Clement Rivers, LLP 
Associate Attorney – Construction Law/Admiralty & Maritime

We are seeking a talented, highly motivated litigation attorney to join our Construction Law and Admiralty & Maritime practice. Ideal candidates will have 3+ years of complex insurance defense litigation experience, particularly in the area of construction law, including handling depositions, motions, and experts, and knowledge of both Federal and State Rules of civil procedure. Helpful experience will also include experience in Commercial Litigation, Premises Liability and/or Maritime. Candidate must be admitted to practice in South Carolina, have strong communication, research, and writing skills, and excellent work ethic and organization. 

Clement Rivers, LLP recognizes that recruiting, hiring and retaining top quality attorneys and staff members is integral to the firm’s goal of providing exceptional legal services. Our firm offers a competitive salary based on experience and ability, as well as a benefits package and a professional, congenial work environment.

If interested, please submit a cover letter, resume, list of references (x3) and writing sample to Stephanie Ramia - sramia@ycrlaw.com

Clement Rivers, LLP is committed to equal employment opportunity to all individuals regardless of their race, color, creed, religion, gender, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by state, Federal, or local law.

Hiring Criteria:
3+ years of litigation in construction law preferred 
Admitted to practice in South Carolina and completed 403 credits
Strong communication, research, and writing skills
Excellent work ethic and organization

Clement Rivers, LLP Benefits:

Paid parking, optional Health, Dental and Vision Insurance (Health options available including traditional Health Plan & Health Savings Account) generous leave policy, holidays, 401(k) matching & Profit Sharing.

Beautiful downtown Charleston location near the South Carolina Aquarium and Liberty Square