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Temporary waiver of fees: The board of directors has suspended job-posting fees for all employers until March 2, 2021. Employers may post no more than six free jobs during this period. (Postings in excess of that level will incur fees as set out below.)

Dallas LGBT+ Bar Association accepts job postings from employers with positions for attorneys and other legal professionals in Texas. The association promotes each posting in a newsletter sent to the entire association mailing list (members and non-members). For 90 days or until the position is filled, the job remains on this page and is promoted through the association’s social-media channels.

The association provides job-posting services for third parties on the following terms:

  • For non-profit, government, and related entities, three job postings per year at no cost.
  • For all other postings, $50 per posting.

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Litigation/Bankruptcy Associate—Dallas

Posted November 21, 2020.

Thompson Coburn is seeking an associate with 2–3 years of litigation experience; knowledge of bankruptcy is a plus. We are seeking candidates with exceptional research, analytical, and writing skills in addition to a detail-oriented mindset.

Candidates must have strong academic achievement and the ability to function both independently and within a team environment.  Preference will be given to candidates with an understanding of and educational background in accounting and finance.

To apply for this position, please submit a cover letter, resume, transcripts and writing sample at  

This position is not open to recruiting agencies.

Note from Dallas LGBT Bar Association: Thompson Coburn’s Equal Employment statement provides that “Thompson Coburn will hire, place, upgrade, transfer, promote, recruit, solicit for employment, treat during employment, pay and otherwise compensate, select for training and lay off or dismiss without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws.” The firm’s 2019 Diversity and Inclusion report refers to “recognizing, respecting, accepting, and valuing differences based on ethnicity, gender, color, age, race, religion, ability, national origin, sexual orientation and veteran status.”