Macomber Law, PLLC
Detail-Oriented. Decisive. Determined. High performers find a professional work environment where attention to detail and client management skills work together to serve the real property legal needs of landowners in Idaho, Montana, and Washington. Successful attorneys come from top schools and have a strong work ethic, commitment to the area, and respect for private property rights. Independence, hard work, and self-motivation are appreciated and rewarded appropriately.
The Onsite Interview
Interviews generally are held on Fridays starting at 9:00am. We begin with a group interview format where all staff members introduce themselves and you have the opportunity to tell us the essentials of your candidacy. We want to know a little about where you came from and what your goals are for your legal career. Then, we break into 30-minute interviews where you can address in-depth questions to each staff member. For professional staff, interviews are followed by a lunch at Bardenay at Riverstone, a five-minute drive from the law office.
One-hour training sessions twice a week formally orient the new attorney to our practice area while on-the-job mentoring by experienced attorneys addresses less formal or more urgent questions. In addition, Macomber Law spares no expense when it comes to Continuing Education classes. Attorneys are expected to attend the Federalist Society's three-day Annual Convention held in Washington D.C. in November, all expenses paid. In addition, other classes of particular interest will populate your calendar throughout the year. Macomber Law attorneys generally far exceed all requirements for CLE credits.
Along with a lot of hard work, we have fun at Macomber Law. Hot Dog Tuesday is held the last Tuesday of each month where company alumni and friends are always welcome. In addition to the ever popular Hot Dog Tuesday, attorneys are encouraged to socialize after hours and do so on an irregular basis.
Macomber Law welcomes job applicants on an Opportunity Hire basis. If no job is posted, we will review the initial employment application described below. All levels of seniority and practice area experience are welcome.
To Apply. Provide handwritten answers to the questions below using one sheet of unlined paper. Submit your answers in black ink in longhand. Print and sign your name at the bottom:
- What one personality characteristic recommends you as a litigator? Detail the downside of that characteristic in the workplace.
- Describe a scenario where your attention to detail made a difference.
Both answers combined should fit on one page. Include your resume with salary history and minimum five-page written legal argument. Scan and email your response to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Macomber Law is an equal opportunity employer.