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    At Winstead, we build our firm by actively recruiting outstanding individuals who can learn, grow and excel.  Our long-term goal is to hire, train, develop and retain lawyers who are passionate about contributing—to our clients, our firm and our communities.

    We seek candidates with initiative, maturity, creativity and an eagerness to do great work.  We believe your career satisfaction is critical to the firm’s long-term stability and profitability.  To ensure your fulfillment, we offer numerous opportunities for candidates to learn, lead, advance and succeed both inside the firm and in our communities.  Furthermore, we confirm that the Winstead environment fosters encouragement, support and collaboration.

    We welcome your interest in becoming part of the Winstead team.  Visit the tabs above to explore where our needs and your experience intersect.

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    Kelsey Clements
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