Commercial Litigation Associate - Mid-Level - Anchorage
The Anchorage office of Davis Wright Tremaine LLP seeks an associate to join its Litigation practice group. In this role, you will work alongside experienced lawyers who are invested in mentorship and professional growth. Qualified candidates will have a minimum of three years’ experience in a law firm; experience in commercial litigation, including responsibility for substantive pleadings and motions, discovery, and court appearances is required.
Excellent writing and oral advocacy skills are required, as well as strong academic credentials. Must be an active member, in good standing, of the Alaska State Bar.
To apply, please upload a cover letter addressed to Bahareh Samanian, Director of Lawyer Recruiting, a resume, a brief (10 pages max) writing sample, and a law school transcript. We would appreciate you specifying how you heard about this opportunity in your cover letter. If you would like to learn more about this opportunity, please contact Bahareh - email@example.com to learn more.
We are accepting submissions from third-party recruiters.
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