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  • 18 Apr 2016 10:32 AM | Melinda Cox (Administrator)

    Eisai is looking for in-house counsel in its Research and Development Legal Operations Department.

    Job Description 

    With supervision, provide legal advice, counsel and service to Eisai’s Oncology Business Unit and other assigned internal clients on legal matters, with a focus on counseling the research and development arms of the unit and related functions such as Regulatory Affairs, CQA, Medical Affairs, Medical Services, MSLs, Clinical Operations.

    The position’s primary focus shall be to advise R&D clients on various legal, compliance and liability matters; interpret and apply relevant laws, regulations and requirements; dispute management and resolution; risk and liability management in global operations and on day to day activities; advise on contractual matters; address emergent issues and identify systemic concerns and considerations; advise on privacy and human subject protections, GCPs, scientific exchange, publications, IP and related rights; and coordinate advice of legal experts on critical issues and concerns (e.g., activities ex-US, cutting edge/breaking issues, enforcement concerns).

    Draft and negotiate R&D pharma-related commercial contracts (e.g. clinical trial agreements, master service agreements, confidentiality agreements, informed consents, and/or other agreements).

    Prepare and provide educational presentations and develop policies, SOPs and procedures for local and global application.

    Provide legal advice for a wide range of regulatory matters affecting the unit, including, but not limited to FDA sales and marketing (advertising, promotion, labeling) activities.

    Essential Functions:

    1. Provides proactive and day-to-day advice and counsel to assigned business clients.
    2. Proactively informs assigned business client of important legal, enforcement and other industry developments.
    3. Within supervision, manages the legal and reputational risks of assigned business clients.
    4. Assists with the implementation of legal strategy and policies.
    5. Assists with the development of training content needs and deliver training throughout the company on legal and other risks.
    6. Works with legal department colleagues from ENW companies and alliance partners on global issues as needed.

    Job Qualifications:

    • 4+ years as a practicing, licensed attorney with client contact and varied responsibility
    • Prior experience advising on issues related to research and development in the pharmaceutical industry
    • Knowledge of FDA regulations and guidance, and corresponding state laws relating to clinical research and development, compliance and liability matters.
    • Basic knowledge of pharmaceutical industry and ability to identify relevant legal issues and risks.
    • Basic knowledge in a range of legal areas of relevance to the company’s operations.
    • Member in good standing of a state bar.
    • Good level of multi-tasking ability.
    • Ability to learn quickly and operate in a fast paced, matrixed environment
    • Able to participate on key teams and/or be involved in key projects.
    • Developing leadership and managerial skills.
    • Seeks to develop mentoring skills.
    • Good level of oral and written communication skills, able to effectively present ideas, counsel and information to others.
    • Ability to command respect from management.
    • Demonstrates the following key leadership competencies: Embraces and Sells the Vision, Leads Innovation and Change, Promotes Accountabilities, Drives for Results, Leverages Business Acumen, Focuses on Customers & Business Partners, Builds Organizational Talent
    All interested applicants should apply online at: http://us.eisai.com/eisai-careers/career-opportunities.  
  • 07 Apr 2016 7:07 PM | Melinda Cox (Administrator)

    Paterson, New Jersey Immigration law firm seeks a poised, industrious, organized, detail-oriented, and professional associate attorney for a full-time position.  Applicant must have a minimum of 1 year experience in providing legal representation in immigration matters, to include those focused on asylum, immigrant (family/employment) and non-immigrant visas, removal/deportation, and business-related issues, among others.  Bilingual Spanish a must.  Exceptional writing, communication, and research skills also critically important. 

    Salary is commensurate with experience.  Health benefits and 401-K available after one year.

    Please e-mail cover letter and resume to: Edward Shulman, Esq.

    E-mail address:  egs@s-lawgroup.com

    Contact person: Barbara Turner (Office Manager): 973-345-1151

  • 07 Apr 2016 6:50 PM | Melinda Cox (Administrator)

    Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Newark is a religious entity identified and inspired by the social teachings and faith of the Roman Catholic Church. Catholic Charities is the social service arm of the Archdiocese of Newark, a ministry of the Church. Catholic Charities empowers and strengthens individuals and families of all faiths by providing social and educational services throughout Essex, Union, Hudson, and Bergen Counties. We believe in strengthening the lives of all in need by providing help that empowers and creating hope that lasts. We are looking for exceptional people who share our mission, values, and ethics.

    Catholic Charities is currently seeking a Managing Attorney for its Immigration Assistance Program. The Managing Attorney manages and oversees the agency's Immigration Assistance Program. He or she tracks budgetary issues; ensures compliance with professional practice standards; addresses funding issues; coordinates with other departments; expands volunteer resources; supervises, evaluates, and recruits all attorneys and program staff; and expands connections with other legal and community organizations. The Managing Attorney handles legal cases and assists the department with providing legal representation for immigration cases, including analyzing individuals' cases, preparing applications, going to immigration court, preparing appeals, and completing related projects and duties as assigned. The Managing Attorney's case load also includes any legal matters related to immigration assistance such as related family and juvenile cases. The Managing Attorney creates and manages the program for quality control, volunteer recruitment, and managing interns. In consultation with the Division Director, he or she also sets the direction of the Immigration Assistance Program.

    Duties associated with the position include:

    • Preparing asset, liability, and capital account entries by compiling and analyzing account information
    • Holding staff meetings
    • Arranging for updates to staff on legal developments
    • Participating in immigration discussions in the region
    • Assisting with grant proposals and grant management
    • Increasing the national visibility of the program through discussions, presentations, and coordination with national immigration organizations
    • Conducting consultations along with help staff with difficult consultations, including periodic follow-up as necessary
    • Reviewing immigration developments, as well as any legal developments affecting immigrants, including legal changes and changes in procedure, which includes reading immigration law updates, attending trainings, attending government meetings, conferring with co-workers, and conferring with people outside of the agency
    • Addressing difficult supervisory issues such as problems with case files after staff depart and ensuring coverage of cases after staff are laid off or transferred to other departments
    • Conducting outreach efforts by discussing issues with other organizations or communities along with making presentations to groups
    • Upholding Catholic Charities’ mission, values, and ethics
    • Performing related functions necessary to support Catholic Charities’ mission, values, and ethics
    • Performing any other duties requested by the supervisor

    The ideal candidate should also possess the following abilities and skills:

    • Ability to work with minimal supervision
    • Ability to prioritize multiple projects and complete them on time
    • Excellent organization and time management skills
    • Excellent understanding of Catholic Charities’ mission, values, and ethics
    • Excellent understanding of Catholic social teachings

    This position requires all of the following:

    • Juris Doctorate (law degree) from an ABA accredited U.S. law school
    • 2 years to 3 years of experience in the area of immigration law
    • Admitted to practice law in the State of New Jersey
    • Qualified to practice immigration law in New Jersey or obtain admission promptly after starting employment

    If you are a qualified candidate, please submit a cover letter, with desired salary, and a resume online (http://www.ccannj.com/jobs.php). Applications submitted without indicating a desired salary will not be reviewed.

    Catholic Charities offers a competitive compensation and a comprehensive benefits package.

    Catholic Charities is an equal opportunity employer.

    All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin/ancestry, citizenship, disability, age, marital or family status, and military or veteran status.

  • 22 Mar 2016 9:27 AM | Anonymous

    McManimon, Scotland & Baumann, LLC are looking for someone with 1-3 years of law firm experience with an interest, and preferably experience, in Taxation. The ideal candidate will have strong research, analytical and writing skills.  The candidate must be a self-starter but must also be willing to work in a team environment and have good communication skills.  Experience in a law school tax clinic, tax course work, prior experience with the IRS or Tax Court, or LL.M. degree are a plus.  If interested, contact Lillian Plata, Esquire and Dana Poland, Personnel Director at: 

    Lillian A. Plata, Esq.

    McManimon, Scotland & Baumann, LLC

    75 Livingston Avenue

    Roseland, NJ 07068

    Phone: 973-622-2741

    Fax: 973-622-7333




    Dana Poland

    Personnel Director

    McManimon, Scotland & Baumann, LLC

    75 Livingston Avenue, 2nd Floor

    Roseland, New Jersey 07068

    Phone: 973-622-5377

    Fax: 973- 712-1461



  • 18 Mar 2016 1:57 PM | Anonymous

    The Coordinator is responsible for developing an initiative that addresses
    improved coordination between the Westchester Hispanic Coalition's rape
    crisis center and campus personnel, local law enforcement, and county
    prosecutors to allow for a coordinated response to sexual violence,
    including sexual violence prevention, on college campuses. Position will
    be an integral member and coordinate efforts with the Westchester Hispanic
    Coalition's team including the existing rape crisis center, the Family Law
    Department and the Immigration Legal Services Department.

    Preferred Qualifications: BA and/or 3/5 years of relevant experience.
    Skills in training and team building. Strong communication, organizational
    and writing skills in both Spanish and English. Demonstrated commitment to
    immigrant rights, ending sexual violence, and other social justice issues.

    Specific Duties:
    Identify and Implement Best Practices: research existing best practices or
    tools regarding campus sexual assault, from post-assault response to
    sexual violence primary prevention, to support development or enhancement
    of policies and practices in Westchester.

    Outreach and Collaboration:
    Outreach to colleges/universities in Westchester to create partnerships to
    address sexual violence on campus.

    Plan, convene, facilitate, and/or attend meetings to develop
    collaborations to address campus sexual assault.

    Create a local/regional plan and establish a local consortium consisting
    of representatives from colleges, universities, rape crisis programs,
    county prosecutors, law enforcement community agencies, Sexual Assault
    Nurse Examiners, and any additional disciplines/ organizations that
    support a coordinated response to campus sexual violence; coordinate and
    facilitate meetings and communications with the county consortium.

    Create an advisory group and/or community groups for feedback on sexual
    violence on campus


    Provide 24-hr access to crisis intervention services, accompany victims to
    medical facilities for sexual assault forensic exams, in-person and
    telephone crisis counseling, advocacy on behalf of victims, counseling,
    support groups and referrals to other needed services

    Work with Rape Crisis Center at the Westchester Hispanic Coalition to
    provide services to victims including but not limited to advocacy,
    counseling, medical svcs. info about STIs, HIV, emergency contraception,
    sexual assault forensic exams and reimbursement through the NYS Office of
    Victims Services. Coordinate accompaniment with Rape Crisis Services at
    WHC to assist and advise victims throughout the judicial or conduct
    process including during all meetings and hearings related to the process

    Education and Training:
    Undertake training or awareness efforts to combat domestic violence,
    dating violence, stalking or sexual assault

    Deliver, or assist in the delivery of, a comprehensive student onboarding
    and ongoing education campaign to educate members of the institution's
    community about domestic violence, dating violence, stalking and sexual

    Assist colleges/universities to develop and implement multiple methods to
    educate students about violence prevention and share information on
    domestic violence, dating violence, stalking and sexual assault with
    parents of enrolling students. Provide to all students general and
    specific training in domestic violence, dating violence, stalking and
    sexual assault. Training includes international students, students who are
    also employees, leaders and officers of registered or recognized student
    organizations, and online and distance education students and student

    Other Duties:
    Complete and Accurate Record keeping required reports..

    Perform other duties as assigned by the Deputy Director

    How to apply:
    Please send your resume and cover letter to idiaz@hispaniccoalition.org<mailto:idiaz@hispaniccoalition.org>

  • 17 Mar 2016 2:57 PM | Anonymous

    The Sanctuary for Families Center for Battered Women's Legal Services currently has an opening for a Senior Staff Attorney who speaks Spanish. The Senior Staff Attorney represents victims of domestic violence in family court and matrimonial cases; supervises law students, pro bono attorneys, and junior Legal Center staff on order of protection, custody, visitation, child and spousal support and contested and uncontested divorces.  The Senior Staff Attorney empowers domestic violence victims by providing them with comprehensive, compassionate, holistic legal services through direct representation, community education and outreach and policy and systems-change advocacy. 


    ·          J.D. and Admission to the New York State Bar

    ·          At least six years of legal experience

    ·          Ability to handle all aspects of complex family law matters

    ·          Experience working in the domestic violence field

    ·          Ability to work independently

    ·          Knowledge of the dynamics of gender-based oppression and a strong motivation to combat gender-based violence

    To apply click on the link below: 


  • 10 Mar 2016 10:12 AM | Melinda Cox (Administrator)

    Day Pitney Real Estate Associate – Parsippany, NJ

    Day Pitney LLP seeks a Real Estate associate for our Transactional Department, Real Estate and Land Use Business Unit. The ideal candidate should possess experience in the areas of land use and real estate transactional experience, specifically in representation of major commercial and residential developers and investors. The firm’s real estate and land use practice includes the representation of developers, sellers, purchasers, landlords, tenants, and lenders with regard to the acquisition, sale, development, and leasing of real estate and related financing. A qualified candidate should possess excellent academic credentials, along with strong written and oral communication skills. New Jersey Bar admission is required. We offer a collegial and stimulating work environment, as well as a competitive salary and benefits package.   Detailed information on our Real Estate and Land Use practice is located on the firm’s website under “Services & Industries”.   On-line application located at www.daypitney.com (“Careers”).

  • 18 Feb 2016 5:19 PM | Anonymous

    The following employment opportunity is currently available at The Office of the Federal Public Defender for the District of New Jersey. Please see the attached pdf for instructions. Applications are due by March 10, 2016. 

  • 10 Feb 2016 5:53 PM | Melinda Cox (Administrator)

    February 10, 2016 

    Day Pitney LLP

    The following employment opportunities are currently available at Day Pitney LLP:

    Employment & Business Unit Associate – Parsippany, NJ - Employment & Labor Business Unit is seeking an associate candidate with 3-5 years of law firm experience for its Labor Relations and Union Relations practice.    Candidate should have significant experience in traditional labor matters, including contract negotiation and administration, labor arbitration, labor issues associated with business change, OSHA, and wage and hour matters as well as experience before the NLRB.   The ideal candidate should possess large law firm experience, as well as excellent academic credentials and written and oral communication skills.    New Jersey Bar admission is required; New York Bar admission is a plus.    Detailed information on our Labor Relations and Union Relations practice is located on the firm’s website under “Services & Industries”.     

    Employment & Business Unit Staff Attorney – Parsippany, NJ - Employment & Labor Business Unit is seeking a staff attorney for its Employment Litigation practice.   Candidate should have experience in representation of employers in all aspects of employment litigation, including noncompete matters and agency charges.  Candidate should be able to take a matter from initial investigation, through discovery and trial preparation. Candidate should have ADR experience.  This position is ideally suited for an experienced attorney without partner-track expectations, and has the potential for part-time or full-time employment for the right candidate.   Candidate should possess large law firm experience, as well as excellent academic credentials and written and oral communication skills.   New Jersey Bar admission is required; New York Bar admission is a plus.    Detailed information on our Employment Litigation practice is located on the firm’s website under “Services & Industries”.  

    Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation Business Unit Associate – Parsippany, NJ - Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation Associate is needed for our Transactional Group. The ideal candidate should possess 2-4 years of experience in the design and administration of qualified and non-qualified retirement and other ERISA-covered plans, including 403(b) plans, health and welfare plans, and executive compensation arrangements. Knowledge of the Affordable Care Act is helpful. Said candidate should possess excellent academic credentials, along with excellent written and oral communication skills. Employee Benefits Law Certificate is desirable. New Jersey Bar admission is required.

    Interested candidates should submit a resume to:

    Marilyn Olivo, Legal Recruitment Manager
    One Jefferson Road
    Parsippany, NJ 07054-2891
    t (973) 966 8318 | f (973) 206 6747 | m (201) 323 6829
    molivo@daypitney.com| www.daypitney.com 

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