Careers at MCBB:

MCBB offers the ability to do the highest quality work in an environment that fosters and rewards individual initiative and creativity. New lawyers are given early and significant responsibility, but also work closely with senior attorneys and receive significant formal and informal training and mentoring.

Although stellar academic achievement and a strong work ethic are essential prerequisites, we look for much more. We expect all of our lawyers to dedicate themselves to cultivating a complete legal skill set. We do not recruit “office lawyers.” We look for people who have top-notch analytical and writing skills, but also strong social, emotional and leadership attributes; people with the ability to be just as persuasive in conversation as they are in writing. And while we look for candidates with extraordinary professional skills, we also want to associate with people who have interests and abilities outside of the profession. We are all citizens of the community, and we have chosen to live and work in a community that offers unparalleled recreational and civic opportunities. We enjoy our lives, both professionally and personally, and we believe that a lawyer’s professional skill and accomplishment need not come at the expense of personal interests and pursuits. If you share our philosophy, we want to talk to you.

Compensation and Benefits:

MCBB offers top of the market compensation and benefits because we want to attract and keep the very best legal talent who are committed to maintaining MCBB’s reputation as one of the best law firms in the region. Benefits include profit sharing, a 401(k) plan with a matching program, health, vision, dental and life insurance, and discretionary bonuses.

Law Students:

MCBB typically accepts Summer Associate applications only for 2L Summer Associates. 1L Summer Associates are rare and considered on a case-by-case basis. We accept resume collections from many of the top-tier law schools and we also conduct on-campus interviews at the S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah and the J. Rueben Clark College of Law at Brigham Young University. Applicants should have strong academic credentials in both undergraduate and law school institutions, distinctions in extracurricular activities such as law journals and competitive law school skills programs, and a demonstrated interest in public service and other significant non-academic pursuits. If you are interested in applying for a Summer Associate position at MCBB, please send a cover letter, resume, law school transcript and writing sample of your original work to Kathleen D. Weron and Trevor J. Lee at and

Lateral Candidates:

MCBB accepts and reviews applications from top-notch lateral candidates who meet our criteria for law school accomplishments and have distinguished themselves following graduation from law school through experiences such as significant complex litigation experience at a highly reputable firm and judicial clerkships. If you are interested in applying for an Associate position at MCBB, please send a cover letter, resume, law school transcript and writing sample of your original work to Kathleen D. Weron and Trevor J. Lee at and

Nondiscrimination Policy:

MCBB does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, sex, disability, national origin, sexual orientation or religion. We encourage applications from all qualified and highly motivated individuals.