Experienced Business Litigation and/or Employment Law Attorney

Sodoma Law opened its doors in 2008. Though the foundation of the practice has been family law, our practice areas extend to include trust and estates, business law, employment law, adoption and assisted reproductive technology. Our main office is located just minutes from the courthouse in Charlotte, North Carolina in the historic Walter Brem House. We also have offices in the historic G.G. Galloway House, Ballantyne and Monroe, North Carolina. We were voted one of Charlotte’s Best Places to Work for multiple years, routinely emphasizing client care and core values above all else. We are seeking an experienced attorney, with at least ten years of practice experience, whose area of practice includes business litigation and/or employment law. In addition, we are looking for someone with the following qualifications:

  1. Licensed and in good standing with the North Carolina State Bar (and ideally South Carolina State Bar as well)
  2. Excellent work ethic with the drive to “get the job done”
  3. Great attitude and ability, must work well with support staff and team
  4. Ability to maintain the existing practice areas and expand the practice area with an independent book of business

The attorney should be:

  • Organized
  • Creative thinker
  • Energetic and a “stand out” in their area of practice
  • Self-motivated
  • High level of initiative
  • Involved in the community
  • Success oriented
  • “Honest Abe” mentality

Compensation & Benefits: Creative compensation plans that are geared to the individual, long-term compensation plans, 401K Plan, Medical Insurance, Telemedicine Policy, Short Term as well as Long Term Disability Insurance, Dental and Vision Insurance, Life Insurance, Excellent Working Environment and opportunities for On-Going Training and Resources.

If interested, please call Human Resources at 704.442.0000 or contact info@sodomalaw.com.

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The Sodoma Way

When I opened the doors to Sodoma Law in 2008, it was with the intention of building a different kind of firm. When I started to put together the team, I focused on creating a culture unlike any other I had encountered: a “firm family” that showed commitment to our clients, to our team and to our community. Over time, this concept has become known as “The Sodoma Way.”

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