Attorney - Health Care Law Kennedy logo solid header
Harleysville, PA  (Hybrid Remote)                      

Firm Description

Kennedy, PC Law Offices, a boutique law firm with five offices throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York and Maryland, has provided legal services to the long-term care provider community since 2001.  Our growing list of clients ranges from large organizations traded on the New York Stock Exchange to small, non-profit companies operating a single site. We represent clients on a wide variety of issues, including Medicaid Eligibility Appeals, Guardianships, Collections, Survey and Licensure matters, and more.

Our firm strongly believes in providing personalized care and communicating frequently with our clients.  Our attorneys stay sharp by dedicating significant time and energy to remain current in the issues affecting the healthcare industry.  

We value our people and strive to create a positive work environment for all employees and support high levels of professional collaboration, encourage work-life balance and provide excellent compensation and benefits.  

Benefit package includes medical insurance, disability plans, life insurance, profit sharing, etc. Excellent salary DOE. 

Job Description

Great opportunity for an experienced attorney to join our Philadelphia area office in Montgomery County.  Successful candidates must have an exceptional ability to communicate, stay organized, set priorities, conduct legal research, and analyze legal issues.  Litigation experience is preferred.  

Our practice requires broad knowledge of many interrelated areas of law, so it is helpful to have prior experience in areas such as Medicaid eligibility, orphan’s court/guardianships, administrative law, estates, and/or elder law.  

This position offers a high degree of flexibility and the opportunity for a hybrid remote work environment after an initial onboarding period.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide expert legal analysis and arrive at practical solutions for clients
  • Communicate regularly and effectively with clients
  • Review and draft pertinent legal documents
  • Represent clients in court
  • Work collaboratively with our administrative and legal team
  • Conduct effective legal research
  • Review and draft pertinent legal documents
  • Obtain and organize appropriate case related materials


  • Graduate of accredited law school and licensed to practice in PA required; licensed in NJ, NY, DE, MD is a plus
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience is preferred
  • Litigation experience is preferred
  • Experience with Medicaid eligibility, orphan’s court/guardianships, administrative law, estates, and/or elder law is preferred
  • Mature and well organized
  • Strong critical thinking skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Conscientiousness with high attention to detail
  • Strong work ethic with very high standards for both quality and quantity of work
  • Self-motivated with ability to work independently and ability to manage multiple priorities and deadlines
  • Skills and comfort using modern software technology to improve efficiency, such as MS Office, and related applications

Please do not call the office or send hard copy resumes. We carefully consider every application, but we can only accept applications made through this site. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious creed, handicap, ancestry, national origin, age or sex.