Employment Associate - Mid-Level - Los Angeles
The Los Angeles office of Davis Wright Tremaine LLP seeks to hire an associate with a minimum of two years’ experience to join its growing California and national employment law practice. The ideal candidate will have employment litigation experience and a broad understanding of federal and California employment laws and regulations. Preferably, the candidate should come from a big, prestigious defense firm in Southern California or have a majority of experience in an employment practice group, or a smaller firm that handles employment defense. The associate’s practice will focus on employment litigation, including single plaintiff and class action matters, but will include providing advice and counseling to clients concerning employment law issues, drafting policies, handbooks, employment agreements, wage-hour, leave of absences, investigations, etc.
The candidate must be a member or pending member of the California State Bar. This is a great opportunity for a confident, self-motivated person with a desire to build a comprehensive employment practice in a collegial environment.
To apply, please upload a cover letter addressed to Shumi Brody, Attorney Recruiting Manager, resume, a copy of your law transcript, and a brief writing sample.
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