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Seeking a Mid-level Litigation Associate with 2-3 years of litigation experience. Must have experience conducting complex discovery, drafting complex motions and appellate briefs, and assisting in trial preparation in state, federal, and administrative courts. Federal court or appellate clerkship experience is a plus. Must have a J.D.degree from an ABA-approved law school and be an active member in good standing of the Bar.
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Duties: Litigate a case from beginning to end. Develop significant new cases in a strategic fashion. Work closely with the Managing Attorney. Oversee the work of Associate and Senior Associate Attorneys. Collaborate in team problem solving, litigation strategy, litigation management and trial work. Lead and perform all aspects of the litigation process, including factual and legal investigation, working with clients, and drafting and editing briefs and oth...
Senior Law Clerk - District Court
Duties: Work involves considerable interpretation and judgment in the analysis of broadly diverse legal issues brought before the court. Working relationships are established primarily with judges, other law clerks, the Clerk and secretarial staff within the court. Work is performed under the direction and general supervision of a Judge and is reviewed in progress as required and upon completion.