Did you become an attorney in order to make a difference? To defend those who are in need, despite what society may think? If you know your purpose in this world, the only thing left is to find your place.
Here at LV Criminal Defense, we are always on the hunt for rising talent in the legal world, especially those who have served the world in larger ways through Americorp, the Peace Corp, or other national service careers, to add onto our award-winning team of attorneys. If you’re looking to serve in a more practical way, we would be glad to have you.
Becoming an attorney is typically never considered an “easy” path, but there are many who chose this rigorous career in order to make a difference in the world. Criminal defense can get messy and ugly, but everyone deserves a fair and legal trial, despite what they’ve done in the past or what society may pin them as. Crimes that happen in Las Vegas do not stay here, despite the saying, and those who have found themselves in difficult situations should be entitled to fair treatment and fair punishment for their mistakes.
If you think that you have what it takes to defend those who have found themselves in times of trouble, to become part of a team that is as close as a family, and to serve the human race by helping to balance the scales as a criminal defense attorney, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
We give special consideration to those who have served and donated their time to Americorp, the Peace Corp, and other national service programs, as we are always looking for the candidates that demonstrate the most integrity and hard-working spirit.
Do not hesitate to contact us for further information about employment opportunities with LV Criminal Defense.
Nick Wooldridge has a long track record of representing clients accused of serious federal and state crimes in Nevada.TOP RATED ON: