Writing a great Attorney cover letter is an important step in your job search journey. When writing a cover letter, be sure to reference the requirements listed in the job description. In your letter, reference your most relevant or exceptional qualifications to help employers see why you're a great fit for the role. In the same way that you might reference resume samples, the following Attorney cover letter example will help you to write a cover letter that best highlights your experience and qualifications. If you're ready to apply for your next role, upload your resume to Indeed Resume to get started.
May 1, 2018
Dear Hiring Manager,
I'm excited to be applying for the Attorney position at Crane & Jenkins. I have a high level of interest in this role because my experience aligns well with your firm's approach to clients and cases. I have previous law firm experience and am an articulate litigator. I'm very interested in learning more about this position and your needs for a motivated and driven Attorney.
In my 10 years of firm experience, I played a critical role in a variety of high-profile cases with the top 10% of the firm's largest clients. I am skilled in client consultations, discovery and trial preparation, all which require a high level of diplomacy and sound judgement. I am proficient in and passionate about deposition preparation, case strategy and evidence investigation. I have strong analytical and problem-resolution skills.
I have the unique ability to interact with a wide range of personalities in many different professions. My current supervisory responsibilities include overseeing and leading a team of contract administrators, paralegals and administrators, and I serve as a point of escalation and direction. I am licensed by the State Bar of Vermont, and I received a Doctor of Jurisprudence degree from Northwest Vermont University, graduating in the top 5% of my class.
I believe that my background in corporate law will be an asset to your firm. I look forward to learning more about this Attorney position and discussing how my experience would be beneficial to your firm's goals and strategy.