We seek to provide a supportive work environment.

We seek to provide a supportive work environment.

At McElroy Deutsch, we understand that each person plays a critical role in the overall success of the Firm.  As a result, we place tremendous emphasis on creating a supportive work environment that fosters both the professional and personal development of our employees.

We believe that people who look forward to coming to work are dedicated to great service. History has shown that clients respect this philosophy and value our work ethic. Below are current opportunities at the Firm.  


  • Attorneys with 2 to 5 years of experience handling commercial litigation and/or insurance defense for our Philadelphia, PA office. Attorney

  • McElroy Deutsch is seeking an attorney with a minimum of 4-8 years of transactional experience in the areas of corporate and partnership tax for our New Jersey or New York offices (hybrid schedule available in both states). The ideal candidate would be able to provide tax advice with respect to corporate deal structures, tax planning, and compliance for business entities. The candidate should also have experience representing taxpayers in federal and state administrative tax disputes before the IRS, state departments of revenue, and in tax litigation in both federal and state courts.  LL.M. in Taxation required. Admission to New Jersey or New York bar preferred.  Attorney

  • Well established and highly rated Labor and Employment practice representing Management seeks attorneys with 2 to 6 years of experience in employment litigation, counseling, and traditional labor law (collective bargaining, labor arbitration, matters before the National Labor Relations Board and/or New Jersey Public Employment Relations Commission) for the Firm’s Morristown, NJ office.  New Jersey Bar Admission required.  New York Bar Admission a plus.  Attorney
  • Attorneys with 3 to 5 years of litigation experience for our Hartford, CT office.  Admission to the Massachusetts State Bar a plus. Attorney

Qualified minorities, females, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.  EOE