Careers at Berman & Simmons
Berman & Simmons, P.A., a top-ranked personal injury and medical malpractice law firm, is seeking a trial attorney. Applicants should be practicing attorneys with 3-5 years of experience and a proven track record of effective representation. The ideal candidate must be quick-thinking, determined, and have a strong desire to help injured Mainers throughout the State. Applicants should have excellent academic credentials, strong writing and research skills, and be interested in becoming a lead attorney with significant responsibility in a high-volume personal injury practice. Candidates must also possess strong verbal communication skills, with the ability to comfortably interact with clients and attorneys within the adversarial process.
Berman & Simmons is a sixteen-attorney firm with offices in Portland, Lewiston, and Bangor, Maine. The firm has represented the people of Maine in all types of plaintiff's cases for 100 years. Berman & Simmons has been listed under all litigation headings in Best Lawyers in America since its first publication and has been cited in Chambers USA as "the best plaintiffs' personal injury and medical malpractice firm in Maine."
We offer a competitive salary and benefits package. Please submit a cover letter demonstrating an interest in becoming a plaintiff’s trial lawyer, a résumé, writing sample, and law school transcript to:
Craig A. Bramley, Esq.
Berman & Simmons, P.A.
P.O. Box 961
Lewiston, ME 04243
All inquiries will be held in confidence.
Berman & Simmons, P.A. is committed to providing a work environment that is free from unlawful discrimination or harassment in any form. It is the company’s policy to comply with all applicable laws that provide equal opportunity in employment for all persons and to prohibit unlawful discrimination in employment.
Berman & Simmons’ policy is to not discriminate by reason of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, genetic pre-disposition, religion, age, ancestry or national origin. We will make reasonable accommodations, including modification of policies and procedures, in appropriate cases for qualified individuals with disabilities if we can do so without undue hardship.