Careers

In the HOA world, there are industry leaders, and the rest follow.  Do you want to come lead with us?

We aren’t your parent’s law firm.  In fact, we aren’t like other law firms in many ways.  We are smart, fun, friendly, and love what we do.  We take our work very seriously and ourselves not so much.  Come watch a softball game to see what we mean.

To those lawyers reading this, we know you didn’t attend law school because it was a breeze.  You went because you wanted a great career that would make a difference and bring out the best in you.  Well, you’re in luck because we love that maverick spirit.  We love leaders.  We look for people who are ambitious, who are self-made, who like to color outside the lines and think like entrepreneuers, and know how to incorporate that spirit into a dynamic team.  Our lawyers take responsibility for balancing their career and their lives, and love the challenge.   They work hard.  They play hard. They thrive on pressure and strive for excellence.  

And for those support staff who are thinking you may want to come work with us, then you have to enjoy something new every day.  Something exciting.  We let you shine.  We look for people who are nimble, flexible, who thrive on the occasional chaos, and enjoy working with the lawyers who make it all happen.  People who work hard.  And play hard.  And laugh often.  And make a difference.

Want to explore this working relationship with HindmanSanchez further?  Drop us a line and tell us about yourself.  Send a cover letter, resume, transcripts, and anything else that would tell us your story to:  hiringpartner@hindmansanchez.com


Lateral Opportunities


We have lateral opportunities for attorneys who have at least 3 years experience advising boards of directors of homeowner and condominium associations. To inquire, please contact: hiringpartner@hindmansanchez.com.


Current Open Positions


None at this time


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