Detail-Oriented. Decisive. Determined. Macomber Law welcomes lateral applications from attorneys with litigation experience and a record of success. Our practice is focused on easement disputes, boundary issues, road and septic agreements, and other thorny legal issues faced by small-to medium-sized landowners. Experienced Attorneys receive formal and on-the-job training. 


  • Legal research, analysis, citation checks, and shepardizing of briefs
  • Drafting of opinion letters, complaints, and motions
  • Preparation and drafting of answers to complaints, including affirmative defenses and counterclaims
  • Production of responses to discovery, briefs, pleadings, and motions
  • Review and analysis of complex claims documents, pleadings, motions, deposition materials, and discovery responses
  • Represent clients at trial and pre-trial events
  • Case management of client matters, including scheduling of motions, depositions, and trial orders
  • Conspicuous and consistent attendance at local bar functions
  • Maintain law license by complying with all bar requirements, including CLE credits
  • Ad hoc projects supportive of the business goals of the firm


  • 4+ years’ relevant experience
  • Licensed to practice law in the State of Idaho, or able to get licensed within three months
  • Licensed to practice law in the State of Washington a plus
  • Extraordinary level of attention to detail
  • Superior analytical skills
  • Excellent organization and time management skills
  • Demonstrated commitment to the highest principals of the legal profession


  • Health insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Retirement plan
  • Personal Time Off (PTO)
  • Paid holidays
  • Incentive compensation plan
  • Licensing and Continuing Legal Education
  • All expense paid trip to Annual Federalist Society Convention in Washington D.C.


To Apply: Provide answers to both questions using one sheet of unlined paper. Submit your answers in longhand using black ink. Print and sign your name at the bottom.

  1. Describe a scenario where your attention to detail made a difference.
  2. What one personality characteristic recommends you as a litigator? Describe the downside of that characteristic in the workplace.

Email your essays, resume with salary history, and five-page written legal argument to

Macomber Law is an equal opportunity employer.