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Arista Law is Hiring! Attorney, Paralegal and Administrative Positions Available

As we enter our second decade as a firm, Arista Law is growing again, and we are recruiting for the following positions. Our professionals enjoy more flexibility and lifestyle benefits not available at most larger firms. Competent, hard-working and loyal individuals will find Arista Law a great place to spend the rest of their professional career.

 

Resumes can be sent in confidence to Careers@AristaLaw.comPlease also feel free to pass this along as appropriate, and thank you in advance for your consideration!

 

Senior International Tax Professional

 

The ideal candidate will possess at least 3 to 5 years of solid, international tax experience working with private clients. Must be JD/LLM and/or CPA/MST. Full-time, part-time or flex-time opportunities available. Spanish proficiency preferred. All applications will be kept strictly confidential.

 

Junior Associate Attorney

 

Entry level attorney position covering some or all of the firm’s practice areas as needed. Must have accounting, financial or paralegal background. Must be fluent in Spanish. Portuguese a plus.

 

Senior Tax/Trust & Estates Paralegal

 

At least 10 years of experience working with high net worth clients. Must be fluent in Spanish. Portuguese a plus. Real estate or Litigation paralegals need not apply.

 

Law Clerk

 

Must be foreign licensed attorney or enrolled J.D. student with accounting, financial or paralegal background. Must be fluent in Spanish. Portuguese a plus.

 

Administrative Assistant

 

The Administrative Assistant position consists of performing clerical, secretarial and receptionist functions. Candidates must possess native Spanish-language fluency, extreme detail orientation, excellent customer service skills and mastery of Microsoft Office applications.

 

Arista Law:  Helping American and multinational families reduce their tax burden, protect their businesses and assets from legal risks, and plan for the eventual transfer of their wealth.