At Goldman Antonetti & Cordóva, LLC, we are constantly seeking talented and diverse attorneys that can integrate into our culture of offering personalized, excellent and cost-efficient services to our clients. Our associates are exposed early-on to the responsibilities typical of more experienced attorneys (on an escalating basis) while they are closely supervised by more experienced attorneys. The purpose is two-fold: to evaluate their performance and to give hands-on experience in the areas of law they will be practicing.
Aspiring candidates must possess strong research, writing, oral presentation and negotiation skills, and a superior academic record. They must also have practical and in-depth knowledge of the law, be responsible and hard-working, and be able to work as team-players with our other employees, clients and peers.
Inquiries should be submitted, along with a resume, to:
Carlos A. Rodriguez-Vidal, Esq.
Goldman has one of the first summer-programs in Puerto Rico. Currently, summer associates are exposed to the normal research work typical of summer associates, and are encouraged to get involved in actual cases and transactions. Summer Associates also receive lectures and training on various subjects from members of our various Practice Groups, while enjoying a fulfilling working experience and camaraderie with all other members of the Firm.
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The Firm firmly believes that all employees are an integral and essential part of the organization. Therefore, our staff members must also be fully dedicated to perform on the same high-level, responsible environment of our legal team. Our staff members are dedicated to a variety of areas including accounting, computer information services, word processing, library science, office services, as well as paralegals and legal secretaries. Be part of a great team in a dynamic and supportive work environment.
Inquiries should be submitted, along with a resume to:
Mrs. Myrna Rivera [email protected]
GAC provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, marital status, national origin, age, handicap, disability or veteran status in accordance with applicable Commonwealth and federal laws. In addition, GAC complies with applicable federal, Commonwealth and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment.