Litigation, Associate (4th - 5th year) - SFO
Greenberg Traurig has a full-time opportunity for a fourth- to fifth-year Associate in the Litigation Practice of our San Francisco office. We offer competitive compensation and an excellent benefits package.
Candidates must have experience analyzing, researching and drafting briefs addressing sophisticated legal issues on complex litigation, ranging from state and federal court motions to dismiss, summary judgment and class certification motions, writs and appeals. Experience with trials, taking and defending depositions, and attendance of hearings are preferred. Federal Court of Appeals, District Court, and/or law school law review experience are also preferred. Candidates should be ranked top 20% from a top tier school and be already admitted to the California State Bar.
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