Become Part of Our Legal Team

Want to work at Gleam Law?

We are always on the lookout for talented individuals who are passionate about advancing the cannabis, psychedelics, and hemp industries and are  looking for a fun and dynamic place to work.

If you’re looking to work in one of the fastest growing industries in the country, please reach out to us with a resume and a cover letter detailing how you can make a difference. 

Legal Assistant

Gleam Law is one of the leading firms in the area of Cannabis, hemp, and CBD law. We are a firm with one focus – providing our clients with stellar representation in all areas of the law impacting their business and the industry overall. Our employees are engaged with boards and associations in Cannabis, actively work to lobby and change the industry, and sit on the forefront of this new and exciting area of the law. Gleam’s myriad of practice areas include civil litigation, business transactions, mergers and acquisitions, intellectual property, licensing and administrative hearings, banking, and FDA labeling.

Gleam Law is seeking a full-time legal assistant to join the firm. The ideal candidate is reliable, self-motivated, organized, professional, and highly detail-oriented. Prior experience in Washington State courts is a must. Federal experience preferred. Proficiency with Microsoft Office, the ability to multitask, and strong verbal and written communication skills are required.

Responsibilities include managing attorney schedules and calendars, booking of travel arrangements, preparation of court filings and arranging service of the same, litigation scheduling and calendaring, filing, and other duties as assigned.

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Justin Walsh (

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, ancestry, religion, age, citizenship, sex, marital status, military or veteran status, disability, sexual identity, political ideology, genetic information, or any other basis prohibited by federal, state, or local law.