Build a Real Career with Us

Everything we do, from our comprehensive benefits to our networking activities, is thoughtfully-designed for the growth and benefit of our employees and ultimately our clients. As an Am Law 200 firm, we are large enough to offer challenging and meaningful work while maintaining a just-right size that fosters a collegial and collaborative culture. If you’re determined to excel, we have a place for you.

Corporate Partner

Boston

Looking for a corporate partner with an interest in joining a rapidly growing, dynamic, and sophisticated corporate and business law practice. The ideal candidate has a range of clients from small, closely held family businesses, to large international corporations. Securities experience a plus. Candidate’s practice should focus in the area of corporate and business law with experience handling a variety of corporate and financial transactions and issues including corporate acquisitions, sales, mergers, corporate restructurings, contracts, and corporate governance issues. Candidate should have a transportable book of business in excess of $500,000.

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Litigation Partner

Boston

Seeking Partner with substantial experience in Commercial Litigation. The ideal candidate has first chair experience appropriate to a sophisticated practice focused in New England. A transportable book of business in excess of $500,000 is a strong plus.

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Healthcare Partner

Boston

Looking for a healthcare lawyer in Massachusetts with a minimum of 8 years’ experience. Must have a proven record of servicing hospitals in some of the following areas of health law: regulatory, reimbursement, governance, and corporate matters. Must also have a proven ability to generate new hospital business independently. Candidate should have existing hospital portables.

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Real Estate Partner

Boston, MA, Providence, RI, Manchester, NH or Hartford, CT

Seeking Partner with substantial experience in Real Estate. The ideal candidate has experience appropriate to a sophisticated practice focused in New England. A transportable book of business is a strong plus.

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Trusts & Estates Partner

Boston

Our Boston office is seeking a Trusts & Estates Partner. The ideal candidate will have experience with various degrees of wealth planning, drafting wills and trusts and the ability to devise solutions to wealth-transfer problems. The focus of the position will also include probate and administration of decedents’ estates and trusts, post-mortem tax planning, preparation of federal and state estate tax returns, and issues relating to trust and estate litigation. A transportable book of business is a strong plus.

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Intellectual Property Litigation Partner

Boston, MA

Seeking an experienced intellectual property trial lawyer with 10+ years of patent, trademark and trade secret litigation and trial experience to join growing IP practice in Boston. Candidate must have significant experience managing cases and supervising/training associates, as well as specific experience with Markman and pretrial proceedings. Patent, trademark counseling and licensing experience would also be beneficial. A portable book of business is a strong plus. Admission to Massachusetts bar and U.S. District Court of Massachusetts required.

The position offers an excellent opportunity to work in a collaborative, team-oriented and sophisticated work environment. Candidates must possess excellent oral and written communication skills, and a desire to develop practice through creative and innovative marketing initiatives.

Please submit cover letter and resume

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Corporate & Business Associate

Boston, MA

Looking for a mid-level corporate associate with an interest in joining a rapidly growing, dynamic, and sophisticated corporate and business law practice. The ideal candidate will have practiced at least three (3) years and have experience with a range of clients – from small, closely held family businesses to large international corporations. Securities experience is a plus. Candidates’ practice should focus in the area of corporate and business law with experience handling a variety of corporate and financial transactions and issues, including corporate acquisitions, sales, mergers, corporate restructurings, contracts, and corporate governance issues.

The position offers an excellent opportunity to assume significant responsibility and hands-on experience in a collaborative and team-oriented work environment. Candidates must possess superior analytical and problem-solving skills and judgment, must excel in an entrepreneurial, fast-paced environment, and must be highly motivated with excellent oral and written communication skills.

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Litigation Associate

Boston

Seeking a mid-level Litigation associate with an interest in joining a dynamic and sophisticated litigation practice. The ideal candidate will have 3-7 years of experience representing a range of clients in complex corporate and commercial disputes.  Candidate should also have experience managing cases, conducting depositions and assisting with trial preparation.  Admission to Massachusetts Bar is required.

The position offers an excellent opportunity to assume significant responsibility and hands-on experience in a collaborative and team-oriented work environment.  Must have superior writing and oral communication skills, along with an excellent academic record.  Must also be highly motivated and have the ability to work both independently and as part of a larger team.

If you are interested in this position and would like to become a part of the Hinckley team please submit your cover letter and resume.

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Tax Associate

Boston, MA, Hartford, CT or Providence, RI

Seeking a tax associate to join our growing and dynamic tax practice. Depending on experience, this tax associate may be based in our Boston, Hartford, or Providence office. The ideal candidate will have 5+ years of experience, however, strong candidates with less experience are encouraged to apply. We are looking for a broad-based transactional experience, with strong writing skills and superior academic credentials (LL.M. preferred). The candidate will be able to provide sophisticated tax analysis, and to counsel clients in practical terms, regarding taxation and general business transactions. Areas of concentration include federal income taxation of business transactions (taxable mergers and acquisitions, and tax-free reorganizations); corporations; partnerships; and international tax planning. Knowledge of the income and sales tax laws of CT, MA, NH and/or RI would be a plus.

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Corporate Associate

Providence, RI

Looking for a mid-level corporate associate with an interest in joining a rapidly growing, dynamic, and sophisticated corporate and business law practice. The ideal candidate will have practiced at least two years and have experience with a range of clients from small, closely held family businesses to large international corporations. Securities exposure a plus. Candidate’s practice should focus in the area of corporate and business law with experience handling a variety of corporate and financial transactions and issues, including corporate acquisitions, sales, mergers, corporate restructurings, contracts, and corporate governance issues. The position offers an excellent opportunity to assume significant responsibility and hands-on experience in a collaborative and team-oriented work environment. Candidates must possess superior analytical and problem-solving skills and judgment, must excel in an entrepreneurial, fast-paced environment, and must be highly motivated with excellent oral and written communication skills.

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Real Estate Finance Associate

Boston, MA or Providence, RI

Seeking a candidate with 3-5 years of commercial real estate finance experience for our Boston or Providence office. All candidates must have experience handling complex real estate finance transactions – preferably on the lender side. Candidates should also have experience handling title, survey, and other real estate due diligence projects, as well as drafting and negotiating real estate finance documents. Experience with acquisitions and dispositions, office and retail leasing is a plus. Admission to Massachusetts or Rhode Island bar is required.
The position offers an excellent opportunity to assume significant responsibility and hands-on experience in a collaborative, sophisticated and team-oriented work environment. Candidates must possess superior research, analytical and writing skills. Must also be highly motivated and have the ability to work both independently and as part of a larger team.

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Thank you for your interest. There are no open positions available at this time, but please return to see our future opportunities.

Director of Financial Practice Management

Boston, MA, Providence, RI, or Hartford, CT

We are looking for a Director of Financial Practice Management to join us in our Boston MA, Providence RI or Hartford CT Offices.

Position Summary:

The Director of Financial Practice Management (“FPMD”) is responsible for managing the financial and accounting functions of the Practice Groups. The FPDM works closely with the Chief Financial Officer, Chief Operating Officer/Executive Director, Director of Legal Practice Management, Managing Partner and Practice Group Leaders to help execute strategic decisions and assist in developing and implementing financial business plans for practice groups. The FPMD is responsible for supporting the Chief Financial Officer in achieving firm goals and objectives by managing many financial and accounting functions of the firm including financial analysis and forecasting, developing budgets, billing and collections and providing financial management advice.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities :

  • Provides financial projections, analysis and growth plans for practice groups in line with organizational objectives.
  • Participates in the development of the firm’s financial plans and programs as a strategic partner.
  • Collaborates with other stakeholders on financial strategic planning by studying economic trends and revenue opportunities.
  • Monitors practice group financial performance by measuring, analyzing and reporting results.
  • Reports financial status by developing forecasts, reporting results, analyzing variances and developing improvements.
  • Provides strategic financial input and leadership on decision making issues affecting the firm; i.e. evaluation of potential alliances, acquisitions and/or mergers.
  • Establishes and reports on financial controls and guidelines that optimize cost effectiveness and profitability.
  • Researches, analyzes and recommends improvements in financial systems and reports.
  • Assists CFO and COO/Executive Director with financial management and analysis as needed.
  • Assists PGL’s with the review, preparation and analysis of their group’s financial information, budget process and billing rates.
  • Assist PGL’s with the financial evaluation of lateral attorney candidates through business analysis and conflict processes.

Education and experience:

  • Knowledge of business and management administration at a level normally acquired through completion of a Bachelor’s degree in Business or equivalent. Masters degree in Business Administration and/or Accounting strongly preferred.
  • 5+ years progressively more responsible work experience with legal or other professional service organization in order to gain experience in managing the firm’s financial activities. Previous experience within a law firm environment is strongly preferred.

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Our Summer Associate Program at Hinckley Allen gives participants a realistic sense of the demands, challenges and rewards of a position within our firm. Participants gain hands-on experience—through varied work assignments—in each of our primary practice areas. Both Associate- and Partner-level mentors guide the program. Additionally, there are plenty of opportunities to get to know our attorneys outside of the office through organized sporting events, dinners, community-focused projects and more.

Work Assignments: Summer Associates receive diverse and challenging assignments, and work alongside partners and more senior Associates. For example, assignments can range from a simple litigation research memorandum to assisting a partner at a complex real estate closing. We also provide the Summer Associates a chance to get involved with out-of-office experiences, including board meetings, depositions, arbitrations, client meetings, and judicial proceedings. Work is assigned to a Summer Associate based on, among other things, availability and practice areas of interest. Ultimately, the goal is to give each Summer Associate the opportunity to work in as many different areas of practice as possible throughout their summer. Moreover, each office has a designated assignment coordinator who coordinates projects for Summer Associates. In short, our goal is to provide Summer Associates with real work similar in complexity to what they would receive as a first or second year associate.

Practice Group Assignments: Summer Associates are not assigned to a specific department during the Summer Program. Summer Associates can express a preference to receive assignments from particular practice areas. Although we make every effort to accommodate their interests, we encourage Summer Associates to work on substantive projects from a variety of practice areas during the summer. Our goal is to offer intellectually stimulating projects that give Summer Associates an opportunity to demonstrate their writing, analytical, and advocacy skills, while working alongside partners and Associates who are deeply invested in their success at the firm.

Training: Because of the small size of our summer class, and the firm’s lean approach to staffing, our Summer Associates truly learn by doing, including joining our attorneys for meetings, negotiations, closings, depositions and court appearances. In addition to a wide variety of assignments that provide invaluable “on-the-ground” training, our Summer Associates are provided with numerous educational opportunities throughout the Summer Program. Trainings are focused on such topics as legal writing, skills development, law firm economics, project management and tips for how to succeed as an associate at Hinckley Allen.

Mentoring: Each Summer Associate is assigned three mentors, typically one associate and two partner co-mentors, from a range of practice areas, including the practice area where the Summer Associate has the strongest interest. The mentors assist the Summer Associates in any aspect of the Summer Associate program, as well as familiarize them with the firm’s policies, practices and procedures. In addition, the mentors may provide evaluations and feedback to the Summer Associates on their work product.

Social Events: The Summer Program is structured to give our Summer Associates a balance between work and social gatherings. A variety of social events are planned throughout the summer that provide summer associates with the opportunity to get to know our attorneys away from the office.

Diversity Scholarships

The firm is committed to diversity and inclusion. In addition to our general application, Hinckley Allen offers scholarships to diverse second-year and first-year law students. Scholarship recipients become part of the salaried 10-week summer program. The scholarship for a second-year student is $10,000. The scholarship for a first-year student is $5,000.

  • Eligibility – Law student at an ABA-accredited U.S. law school, strong record of academics, leadership and a demonstrated commitment to diversity.
  • Application– Resume, transcript, writing sample and a personal statement that reflects life experiences and how you will contribute to the diversity of the firm and the legal profession generally. We accept diversity scholarship applications from second-year law students on a rolling basis. First-year law students can apply no earlier than December 1st of their first semester, until mid-January. You can follow Hinckley Allen on LinkedIn and Twitter or check back to our website for the latest updates.
  • Selection Process – Applications will be reviewed and selected by a group of attorneys and management personnel.

Applications for the second-year scholarship can be submitted during the August/Fall recruiting season.  The deadline for summer 2018 applications is Friday, September 1, 2017.

Applications for the first-year scholarship can be submitted between Friday, December 1, 2017 and Friday, January 12, 2018.

Professional Development

Supporting Your Career at Hinckley Allen

Take your career as far as you like with the support of our professional development team. We dedicate significant time and resources to developing and supporting our attorneys with practical, hands-on experience and mentorship.

Ongoing Communication is Key

Attorneys receive a formal evaluation at least once a year.  Where appropriate, the firm may also conduct evaluations more frequently; the scope of the interim evaluations may vary depending on the circumstances.  We also strongly encourage informal, real-time feedback at all times, in particular during and after individual assignments throughout the year.

Self-Evaluations:

A vital component of the annual evaluation process is the self-evaluation.  A self-evaluation serves as an important vehicle to highlight accomplishments, contributions and outline their professional goals for the upcoming year.

Training

The firm is committed to the professional development of its Associates.  Accordingly, it offers a wide variety of formal training programs to supplement Associates’ on-the-job experiences.  The firm is also qualified to provide continuing legal education (CLE) credit and hosts programs throughout the year.  Many of the firm’s in-house CLE programs are open to clients.  In addition, we offer training programs designed to strengthen our Associates’ business acumen on topics such as budgeting, billing, profitability and legal project management.

External training programs are encouraged as well. The firm maintains a membership with Practicing Law Institute (“PLI”), which is a leading CLE provider.  PLI offers unlimited access to live programs, webinars and audio briefings on a wide variety of topics.  The library issues each associate login credentials to access the PLI website. Attorneys may also attend outside training or CLE programs, bar association activities and professional conferences.

Mentoring

Mentoring is a fundamental part of your professional development at Hinckley Allen.   We offer the resources you need to meet your professional goals and achieve success by providing every attorney a mentor or partner advisor.   Our goal is to work with you to develop the knowledge, skills and experience necessary to become a top-notch lawyer.   We want to make sure all of our attorneys are integrated and well-oriented to our firm culture and work environment, and we do that by creating an atmosphere that attracts and retains the most talented lawyers.   Our mentoring program focuses on training programs inside and outside the firm, hands-on learning, and individualized support and guidance.   Whether it’s discussing your career goals or strengthening your working relationships, we are here to provide you the ongoing support critical to your success.

Benefits & Compensation

Hinckley Allen is pleased to provide competitive compensation and benefits packages to our partners, employees and their families.  Designed to support you through the many stages of your life, the benefits program provides you with the resources and support that you need, when you need it.

  • Comprehensive group health, dental and vision plans
  • Generous paid time off policies, including parental leave
  • Employee and dependent group life insurance
  • Short and long term disability insurance
  • Retirement savings plan and college savings plan
  • Pre-tax plans for medical, dependent care and transportation
  • Cancer, accident and supplemental short term disability insurance
  • Robust wellness programs and an employee assistance program
  • Access to financial advisors for retirement planning, Medicare/Medicaid and social security
  • Tuition reimbursement program

“This is a place where people are respected, appreciated, and supported. Helping all our personnel be the best they can be is at the heart of everything we do, from mentorship, to our strong work-life balance, and to the community and pro-bono work we support.”

– David J. Rubin, Managing Partner

The Hinckley Allen Difference

Hinckley Allen Managing Partner David Rubin and Deepwater Wind CEO Jeff Grybowski, and others describe how the firm provides value and delivers results by being adaptive, business-minded and responsive.

Recruitment & Development for Attorneys & Professionals at Hinckley Allen

From summer associates to attorneys, there’s an opportunity to grow as a member of Hinckley Allen’s firm. Hear from current Hinckley Allen employees like Partner Sarah Lemke and Associate Cori Palmer to find out about some of the ways we're fostering a work environment prided on developing future talent and leadership.

Diversity & Inclusion at Hinckley Allen

In an industry that lags behind others when it comes to diversity and inclusion, Hinckley Allen is committed to advancing opportunities for legal professionals from different backgrounds, cultures and lifestyles.

For questions or more information about careers at Hinckley Allen, please contact Megan McCormack.