Block on Trump's Asylum Ban Upheld by Supreme Court
Practicing law doesn't have to be boring. In fact, it can be downright exciting -- and we're not just talking, "yeah, I just destroyed those negotiations" excitement, we're talking "Holy #$@&! I just used a flaming sledgehammer to destroy a tombstone in the middle of the Super Bowl" exciting.
So, if you want a bit more action in your life, get your resumes ready. As part of our affiliate relationship with Indeed, we're bringing you the coolest, most exciting and adrenaline filled, legal jobs this week.
In case you missed the flaming sledgehammer reference above, this is the man we were referring to, and he's hiring:
Now, we can't say every day at the Casino Law Firm would be like Jamie Casino's infamous Super Bowl ads. In fact, we really hope they aren't. (All that fire is a serious safety hazard.) But we bet the Casino Law Firm has at least a slightly more interesting work environment than your average personal injury practice.
GoPro helped popularize extreme outdoor activity, all from the first person perspective. If you're watching someone jump off a mountain, whitewater raft, or ski off the side of a cliff, they've probably got a GoPro attached to their head.
And now you could be part of all that -- safely. GoPro is looking to bring another lawyer on to its commercial law team. The position will be focused on the company's transactional and contractual needs, full of drafting, negotiating, and advising. But you'll also be based out of San Mateo, California, just a stone's throw from all your after work surfing, skiing, hang gliding recreational needs. Be sure to bring your GoPro.
Applying for this job would mean living on the edge, but in a slightly different way. A new, unidentified data privacy and security law firm in Boulder, Colorado is looking for lawyers willing to join its team. Details are scarce, but you'd be practicing in an area that's growing in importance every day. So if you're interested in data privacy and cybersecurity, it's worth checking out.
FindLaw has an affiliate relationship with Indeed, earning a small amount of money each time someone uses Indeed's services via FindLaw. FindLaw receives no compensation in exchange for editorial coverage.