Litigation - Associate (Mid-Level) - SAC
Greenberg Traurig, a global law firm, currently has an excellent full time employment opportunity for a Litigation Associate in the Sacramento office. We offer competitive compensation and an excellent benefits package.
Ideal candidate should have 4 to 5 years of commercial, governmental and business litigation experience, including consumer class actions, preferably in a large law firm setting.
Skills & Competencies
Candidate must possess strong interpersonal, administrative and organizational skills, must be detail-oriented and have the ability to prioritize and manage workload; must be able to work independently as well as part of a team. Candidates should possess a strong academic background, superior drafting and research skills, negotiation skills, and the ability to take on significant project responsibility. Also, candidates should be diligent, detail-oriented, proactive, supportive, and team-oriented. Candidates must be admitted to the California Bar and should be willing to participate in community and professional organizations as part of professional development. Judicial intern/extern/clerk experience a plus.
Candidates should submit a resume, transcript, and recent writing samples, all in PDF format.
Submissions from search firms will only be accepted through our web portal for third party submissions; for access, contact Sara Tye.
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