Working at LOIS

We know that delivering the best service to our clients means hiring, cultivating and retaining the best lawyers.

We are laser-focused on our clients.

What sets us apart among clients? A fanatical attention to their cases and a credibility that comes from experience. Our attorneys are 100% focused on the clients we serve. We only handle the defense of workers’ compensation cases and our clients expect our attorneys to be the best-prepared, most knowledgeable attorneys.

We also provide extensive client training and on-site guidance. We are known for our books, articles, and presentations.

We invest in our team.

Training room at LOIS LLC
Training center at Lois LLC.

Our focus on training extends into the law firm. Within the Firm we encourage and foster an atmosphere of career-long learning and training. We have built a workspace that encourages collaboration between attorneys in an informal sense – discussing cases and clients. Trading “best practices.” And facilitating ongoing learning and training both on-site (for us) and remote (for clients).

We work together.

All of our associates have direct access to seasoned attorneys to enhance their skills to excel as practitioners, and support and encourage them to advance on the path to a satisfying, rewarding career.

The mission of LOIS’s mentoring program is to actively promote associates’ professional growth and organizational dedication by providing meaningful guidance, feedback and shared accountability for setting and achieving clearly defined goals.

Upon arrival at the firm, whether as a new associate or a lateral hire, each associate is paired with an individual mentor from among our senior associate or partnership ranks.

Benefits.

We offer a full benefits package including, but not limited to, health insurance, dental insurance, vision, life insurance, a 401(k) plan, long term disability, and more. For attorneys, the Firm reimburses all marketing and Continuing Legal Education requirements. See here for our current opportunities.

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