Life at Ekblom & Partners, LLP

“Work hard and play hard” might as well be our motto. Our attorneys and staff work hard and enjoy applying their skills to get results for their clients. We also know that working hard in the legal field requires a “work-life balance.” That is why we have a firm dinner every month, invite spouses and significant others to our annual events, and respect our employees’ outside interests.

We value diversity in the workplace, just not for diversity’s sake, but because we enjoy and benefit from the perspectives of a range of cultures and backgrounds.

We hire associates, paralegals, partners and laterals. For more information, please write to

Open Positions

Trial Attorney: Medical Malpractice Defense

The Firm seeks experienced New York licensed trial lawyer in medical malpractice defense to work at 52nd St. office. Medical malpractice jury trial verdicts or Assistant DA trial experience required for Partner position. Excellent trial skills, legal research and writing skills, and communication/public speaking skills required. Must be able to travel throughout New York City and upstate. New Jersey license and trial experience A+. Do not apply if not vaccinated or planning to be. Highly competitive salary for choice candidates. Transportable billables considered but not required. Benefits include health/dental/vision, Vanguard 401K. Firm pays portion of health coverage at group rates through PSO Insperity and United Healthcare, EOE. Respond with Resume.

Firm follows governmental guidelines on opening during COVID-19 : options to work remotely using zoom and other programs in addition to Firm supplying employees with technology to work remotely. All records electronic, good IT infrastructure, encryption.

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