EEO Statement

Robinson & Cole LLP is an equal opportunity employer and will provide equal opportunity to qualified applicants regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, gender identity or expression, marital status, sexual orientation, ancestry, physical or mental disability, veteran status or any other legally protected class in accordance with all applicable laws.

Careers for Staff

Robinson+Cole employs many nonlawyer professionals in a variety of areas. These professionals include legal secretaries as well as environmental and land use analysts. In addition, we employ many paralegals in the practice areas of estate planning and probate, business law, immigration, intellectual property, labor and employment, litigation, public finance, and real estate law. 

Accounts Receivable Clerk - Hartford

The Hartford office of Robinson & Cole LLP, an AmLaw 200 firm, is seeking a full-time Accounts Receivable Clerk to work in our Finance Department.   

This position will be responsible for various accounts receivable transactions such as processing credit card payments/transactions through Pay-Trace/Credit Card Vendor, verifying and recording all forms of payment (receipts) in Financial System, verifying all ACH and wire data to ensure accurate posting, applying/unapplying payments as requested by attorney and/or billing department when corrections are needed, completing vendor forms/ACH forms, creating new client profiles for E-Payables payment set-up, and ensuring spreadsheets and documents are revised and updated as necessary, as well as other assigned duties/tasks.

Qualified candidates will have the following:

  • 3-5 years of experience in cash applications in a service industry
  • Proficiency in Excel
  • Ability to perform at high levels in a fast-paced, ever-changing, work environment and successfully adapt to changing priorities and work demands
  • Experience with Aderant, Expert Collection a plus.
  • Associate degree preferred. 

To be considered for this position, please click HERE to apply. 

Business Development Manager - Hartford

Position Summary

The Business Development Manager works closely with the Chief Marketing Officer and Director of Business Development. This role is assigned to practice groups and/or offices to support and advise attorneys and practice group leaders on business plan development, growth initiatives, RFPs/LSPs and drafting/developing marketing materials. This position is responsible for identifying and driving the execution of client development activities and providing on-the-ground support for office-specific marketing initiatives and attorneys based within the assigned geography.


  • Works with PGLs and lawyers on identifying strategies and opportunities for prospective clients and expanding client relationships. This manager serves as the One-Stop contact for the lawyers in the assigned practice groups.
  • Duties include but are not limited to:
    • Plan, develop, and execute projects and programs that support a practice group’s business plan and track/report status and success;
    • Support client engagement initiatives, including training for enhanced client service strategies, contact origination and relationship development, and education/thought leadership initiatives;
    • Manage production of pitch packets, proposals, PowerPoint presentations, and RFP responses for the practice group;
    • Coordinates responses to all client requests and interface with other firm departments as appropriate;
    • Oversee and manage execution of practice group sponsorships, client presentations, seminars, client dinners, and other events related to the promotion of the practice group
    • Manage submissions for practice-specific awards, recognitions and surveys (e.g. Chambers), as well asother PR-related initiatives to further the awareness and positioning of the firm's practices and lawyers
    • Develop a deep understanding of the practice groups’ strengths and market differentiators, including their client base and key market trends; ensure content and messaging including website, blogs, lawyer bios, membership/directory listings and designed collateral is consistent and up-to-date;
    • Collaborate with members of the business development & marketing teams to ensure consistent alignment of practice group strengths and branding in all written/published materials (digital and print);
    • Ensure consistent implementation of key initiatives and recommend strategies to cross-sell to adjacency practice areas. 

Position Competences

Synthesizes, organizes, and distills complex, ambiguous, diverse, and conflicting information from a variety of sources into compelling content. Possesses strong writing, editing, and proofreading skills.

Demonstrates agility in switching contextual gears to provide editorial support on a wide variety of written material. Establishes clear, measurable objectives and expectations. Determines an appropriate course of action in new or ambiguous situations that have no set direction or approach. Demonstrates a sense of urgency to achieve meaningful results; communicates progress.

Recognizes and capitalizes on opportunities. Takes initiative, looks for ways to get things done rather than how they can fail. Demonstrates a consistent demeanor. Puts forward ideas and brings solutions to problems rather than presenting just the problem. Embraces change and is open to new ways of doing things. Motivates others to translate ideas into actions and results.

Experience Required:

Candidate will have a minimum of 5-7 years of tactical and strategic business development and marketing experience in a legal, consulting or comparable professional services firm. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills and attention to detail. Proficient in Word, Excel and PowerPoint, and familiar with research and client/contact databases. Client-service oriented.


Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, journalism or related field. Equivalent combinations of education and experience will be considered. A focus on business, marketing and project management preferred. Law firm experience strongly desired.

To be considered for this position, please click HERE to apply. 

Business Litigation Legal Administrative Assistant - New York

The New York office of Robinson & Cole LLP, an AmLaw 200 firm, is seeking a full-time highly skilled Legal Administrative Assistant to support our Litigation practice. This position will collaborate with various internal departments to open, close and reactivate matters, generate inquiries and reports, track and enter time, prepare client bills and respond to client billing inquiries, and complete submissions for expense reimbursements and check requests. Additional responsibilities include managing and organizing the attorney’s practice, including calendar management, scheduling travel arrangements, preparing correspondence, assisting with reception services, facilities requests, and completing special projects as assigned.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Minimum of 3 years of legal administrative experience, litigation experience a must
  • Proficiency in MS Word, Power Point and Excel, iManage, Aderant as well as contact management software
  • Experience with federal and state court e-filing
  • Advanced skills in document editing, legal billing and time entry
  • Ability to maintain composure and professionalism during competing deadlines
  • Ability to function independently in a fast-paced environment


  • Bachelor’s degree and/or paralegal certificate a plus

To be considered for this position, please click HERE to apply. 

Legal Information Specialist - Hartford, Stamford or New York

Position Summary:

Robinson & Cole LLP, an AmLaw 200 firm, is seeking a full-time highly skilled Legal Information Specialist. The Legal Information Specialist is a member of a team supporting the Information Resource Center (IRC). This role includes the following responsibilities and tasks: conducting legal research, assisting in the day-to-day operations of the department, as well as developing, implementing, and supporting legal research technology. This full-time position is based in Hartford Connecticut, Stamford Connecticut or New York City, with some travel to other offices.


Resource Management

  • Conduct in-depth legal research on requests covering all practice areas of the firm using electronic and print sources.
  • Maintain information resources both online and in print. This responsibility may include evaluating, maintaining, and sharing these resources.
  • Help maintain the IRC intranet and other technology tools.
  • Assist in training IRC clients in the use of technology.
  • Order materials and maintain invoice and subscription records for the budget process.
  • Handle occasional large-scale research projects involving multiple vendors, staff members and resources.
  • Assist in maintenance of physical library, including retrieval and in-office delivery of books.
  • Other responsibilities as assigned.

Position Competencies:

  • Operational Excellence - Strives for operational excellence; adopts best practices and lessons learned from within and outside the organization. Integrates efficiencies and principles of continuous improvement within sphere of influence. Continuously strives to improve service, work process, and deliver value added solutions.
  • Client/Customer Focus - Strong service orientation. Looks for ways to increase client service and satisfaction and provide value beyond expectations.
  • Decision Making - Can quickly diagnose a problem and bring appropriate resources forward. Makes sound and timely decisions, considers risks, benefits, alternatives, stakeholder perspectives, organizational impact, and alignment to overall goals. Evaluates and weighs alternatives before acting; includes appropriate people in the decision-making process.
  • Detail Oriented – Achieve thoroughness and accuracy when accomplishing a task through concern for all the areas involved. Demonstrate commitment to quality; produce accurate, thorough work in a timely manner. Provide accurate, consistent information in a useable form. Follow policies and procedures.


Experience working in an information management and/or library setting. Demonstrates excellent communication, writing and organizational skills, and working knowledge of Microsoft and other standard office technology applications.


A graduate degree in library or information science preferred, or the equivalent experience in legal information services settings, or the equivalent in experience and knowledge of legal information systems and research. 

To be considered for this position, click HERE to apply. 


Robinson & Cole LLP is an equal opportunity employer and will provide equal opportunity to qualified applicants regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, gender identity or expression, marital status, sexual orientation, ancestry, physical or mental disability, veteran status or any other legally protected class in accordance with all applicable laws. Robinson & Cole LLP offers a competitive compensation package which includes medical, dental, paid vacation, paid sick days, a 401K plan and a variety of other benefits.