Lateral Attorneys

People spotlight

Sarah Auchterlonie’s expertise is consumer finance and banking. She represents companies in government investigations by state attorneys generals, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, state financial services departments and the Federal Trade Commission.

Why Brownstein?
Brownstein has a fabulous intersection between my very niche area and the work the firm is doing in the government relations space.

Emily Ellis is an associate in the Las Vegas office whose practice focuses on complex commercial litigation.

Why Brownstein?
Brownstein was a firm that stood out to me because of its philanthropy, community involvement and pro bono work. There are lots of firms that do great work for clients, but Brownstein stood out to me because of its ability to maintain an amazing client base and reputation, while encouraging its attorneys to represent clients on a pro bono basis and give back to the community.

At Brownstein, we embrace an entrepreneurial spirit in all of our attorneys which makes our firm a special place to work. We believe in empowering our people to create their own opportunities, choose their own path, and direct their own career.

We are a dynamic organization, constantly evolving to meet the ever-changing needs of our clients and the legal market. That means we are interested in hearing what you can bring to our team, including the success you’ve had elsewhere and the specialized skills you can contribute.

In exchange, we provide unique opportunities for you to grow your practice, share your expertise and achieve your goals in a collaborative environment. Upon arrival at the firm, both newly graduated and lateral attorneys are assigned a mentor who helps the attorney to integrate into the firm’s culture and take advantage of its many resources. Those resources include an experienced team devoted to ongoing business and professional development and who are ready to help individual attorneys achieve short- and long-term goals.