We are continuously seeking experienced associates with excellent academic records. If you are an attorney with proven academic success and you feel you can make a positive impact at our firm, please reach out to us.
Associates receive formal evaluations on a semi-annual basis and are eligible for year-end merit bonuses. Generally, associates are eligible for consideration for partnership after the seventh year of practice.
Nutter is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal-opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to religion, color, race, ancestry, ethnicity, national origin, citizenship, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, age, disability, military or veteran status, gender identity or expression or genetic information.
All lateral hire candidates are required to submit application through the links below:
Search firms: We require our written agreement be in place with search firms prior to interviewing candidates. Please fill out the search firm candidate submission form.
For partnership opportunities and additional questions, please contact Donna Yergeau
Nutter offers the following benefits:
- Medical, dental and vision plans
- Short-term disability insurance
- Long-term disability benefit
- Life insurance
- Travel and accident insurance
- Supplemental life and disability insurance plans
- 401 (k)
- Profit sharing plan
- In-center and in-home back-up child care
- In-home adult/elder care
- Generous PTO policies
- Eleven paid holidays
- Medical, family and parental leaves of absence
- Paid Massachusetts bar review course, exam fee, registration fee and association dues
- Mentoring program
- MCLE training
- After-hours support services
- 4 weeks of vacation per year
- Dry Cleaning services
- Discount programs
- On-site gym
- After hours dine-in service
Training & Mentoring
Our many in-house training programs encourage participation in practice groups to further professional growth. Each of the firm’s departments conducts formal training programs that combine lectures, informal discussions, and role-playing exercises. For example, the litigation associates attend an annual two-week program that includes workshops on negotiations, depositions and oral arguments and new associates receive instruction on basic litigation skills.