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Bradley & Riley PC is seeking:

An experienced tax attorney with a minimum of 2 years of experience in State and Federal tax law for their Cedar Rapids and Iowa City offices. The ideal candidate will have CPA or experience at public accounting firm or law firm. Experience interpreting and advising on tax laws, asset protection strategies, charitable gift planning, wealth transfer planning, special needs planning, business succession planning and ability to handle complicated tax situations preferred.

Experienced attorney with a minimum of 5 years of experience for their Iowa City office. The ideal candidate will have high professional standards, excellent academic background, strong research and writing abilities and proven skills in client development. Bradley & Riley offers a great work environment, competitive salary and excellent benefits.

Litigation legal Assistant/Secretary in our Iowa City office. We are seeking a dependable, experienced legal secretary [with at least 2 years of experience] to work with attorneys primarily in litigation and labor and employment practices.

An IT Network Administrator. This position is responsible for the day to day management of all aspects of local office’s technology including LAN/WAN, virtual and physical servers, PCs, Laptops, copiers, remote access, VOIP system and user support/help desk. Experience with Citrix a plus. Good project management skills, technology planning, strong customer service skills and good communicator.

Bradley & Riley offers a great work environment, competitive salary and excellent benefits. Interested candidates may submit a resume, cover letter, and writing samples to:

kbehnke@bradleyriley.com

-or-

Bradley & Riley PC
attn: Kandi Behnke, Executive Administrator
2007 1st Ave. SE
Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52401.

What’s different about our firm?

Though we are one of the larger firms in Cedar Rapids/Iowa City, we take great care to make clients feel they are being served by a smaller firm. Our employees are our most valuable asset. They respect each other in their professional roles, support each other outside the office, and come up with new ideas or initiatives to keep the workplace fun and fresh.

  • “Bradley & Riley stood out from other firms I was considering because of its values and culture. In my career search I was torn. I wanted to practice complex litigation typically found in the big firms in Chicago and Minneapolis, on the one hand. At the same time, I wanted to join a firm that was family-friendly, rooted to the community, committed to my growth as a lawyer, and invested in my success. In Bradley & Riley I found the best of all worlds.”
  • “One of the things I appreciate most about working at Bradley & Riley is the approach that clients are firm clients as opposed to clients of individual attorneys. If one of our attorneys has an estate matter come to him but he practices in litigation, he will pass the matter along to me because that is my area of concentration. It is beneficial to me as I develop my practice and beneficial to the client because I can handle the matter more efficiently. This is different from the approach of many firms and benefits both clients and attorneys.”

What does Bradley & Riley do for the community?

Our firm believes that taking an active role in the community is a vital part of becoming responsible citizens and better lawyers. From board positions to organizing teams to participate in fundraising events, our firm enjoys the opportunity to support the community that supports us in return.

Speaking of community, how does the firm build community within?

We are a professional firm. However, we like to let our fun sides take over on occasion in order to balance our work with play. There are opportunities for everyone to get to know each other outside of work. Social events, both impromptu and scheduled, help develop and preserve informal relationships. Some events are firm-wide, others are just for associates, shareholders, or all attorneys.

Who is behind the scenes making the firm run like clock-work?

We have high regard for our paralegals, legal assistants and administrative staff. Many of our staff have been with the firm for more than ten years, and some for more than twenty years. They believe in the firm’s team approach to practicing law and strive to help us provide timely and quality legal products and services.

How important is technology to the firm?

Our commitment to technology is not a recent fad. We understand that our employees need the most up-to-date tools to offer efficient, quality service to our clients. Our Manager of Information Systems is a Microsoft Certified Professional who works closely with our lawyers and staff to maximize the use of current technologies. Our technology infrastructure includes a number of tools at each desktop, including case management, electronic research, document and records management and production, automated document assembly, litigation support and trial presentation.

How do you take care of your employees?

Health and dental insurance options, life insurance, flex benefits and 401(k) plans. These are expected perks when you have a full-time career. Bradley & Riley has an excellent benefit package and is also excited to offer a Wellness Program for all employees. What’s in it for the firm? A healthier, happier workforce that is more productive.

The Wellness Program offers a variety of choices, so the employees can participate in what they feel comfortable. It may include taking part in a firm-sponsored walking program or water-drinking challenge, attending monthly health education sessions held during the lunch hour, participating in an organized community race or sports tournament, attending fitness classes at a gym, etc. As you can tell, our firm promotes an active lifestyle to benefit our employees.