Current Openings


Wolf Global has an immediate opening for an experienced bookkeeper or accounting specialist in its Downtown Miami office. The bookkeeper will be responsible for bank reconciliations, credit card reconciliations, client billing, accounts payable and accounts receivable. Candidates applying for this position should have experience with law firm billing and accounting software, such as Elite 3E, ProLaw, PCLaw or Abacus. Candidates with extensive experience using QuickBooks for law firm accounting purposes, however, may also be considered. Candidates must have exceptional written and verbal communication skills. The bookkeeper will also assist with office management and will support activities of the CEO. Preference will be given to candidates with law firm experience.


      • Setting up new client matters in the firm’s billing and accounting system.
      • Generating prebills and invoices according to a firmwide schedule.
      • Bookkeeping and accounting functions, such as accounts payable, accounts receivable, and posting transactions in the firm’s billing system.
      • Assisting with the preparation of client proposals that conform to the firm’s standards.
      • Preparing budgets.


      • Either a 4-year college degree or equivalent work experience as a bookkeeper or accountant in a law firm, management consulting firm or accounting firm.
      • Must have billing and accounting software experience.
      • Must have excellent writing and communications skills.
      • Must be able to work independently and under pressure in order to meet tight deadlines for projects and requests.
      • Must be meticulously attentive to detail.

      How to Apply

      Qualified candidates may submit a resume and cover letter via e-mail to

    Investigations and Disputes Intern

    Wolf Global is seeking an investigations and disputes intern for its Miami office. The ideal candidate will combine investigative research skills, litigation skills and legal writing skills.
    The investigations and disputes intern will work in the firm’s Investigations and Intelligence practice. Specifically, the investigations and disputes intern will conduct research to legally gather information from open sources, public records, news media, court records and databases. He or she will then analyze that information and draft confidential reports in an appropriate format, discussing the evidence, how it is relevant and how it may be used by the client.
    Exceptional investigative research, analytical and writing skills are required.
    Law school students with the appropriate qualifications are encouraged to apply.


    How to Apply

    Qualified candidates may submit a resume and cover letter via e-mail to

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