About Mighty:
 
Mighty is on a mission to help millions of injured plaintiffs get a better deal from the civil justice system. Today, our ownership management platform helps personal injury law firms, medical providers and financial service businesses manage their personal injury liens in more than 500,000 cases worth billions. We are growing our team with the support of a $9M Series A led by IA Ventures and Tribeca Venture Partners in March 2018.

We are looking for an attorney who is passionate about legal practice and would be excited to help trail blaze a more efficient and just future.  The ideal candidate will be someone with a solid understanding of how personal injury litigation works today and a desire to improve it in the future.  You'll play a key role in orchestrating and driving Mighty's next phase of growth sitting between the product and legal team.  You'll work closely with the Mighty team to define and execute key strategic initiatives to drive the business forward and realize Mighty's mission. This role is fully remote (US only).

What you'll do:

  • Apply your litigation and legal skills and knowledge to improve personal injury plaintiff outcomes
  • Work across the organization, including with our engineering and product teams, to design and implement changes to the personal injury litigation process
  • Work with our General Counsel to address cutting-edge legal issues
  • Coordinate with outside partner law firms to create their dream litigation process
  • Be customer facing and be involved in ensuring potential customers understand our value proposition and are happy with Mighty’s services

We want to hear from you if you:

  • Are a member in good standing of the bar in one or more states
  • Have 2+ years years of legal experience including at least some experience representing individuals in litigation with personal injury experience being a big plus but not required
  • Are a strong communicator, both written and oral
  • Are highly organized with a bias for action and strong sense of ownership / accountability
  • Have a commitment to improving access to justice 
  • Have a strong sense of curiosity to understand and contribute to a company that's restructuring an entire industry
  • Are enthusiastic about systematically and analytically breaking down complex problems into actionable recommendations
  • Are comfortable working across organizations, from the C-suite to the most junior employees, and from engineers to sales teams
  • Are egoless and willing to sweep the floors

Benefits:

  • Competitive compensation
  • Full Benefits - health, vision, and dental, 401(k) with company contribution
  • Flexible paid time off - take time when you need it
  • Learning and Development opportunities
  • And more!

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