Job Details

Litigation Associate

Company name

Organization Type

Law Firm

Job Type


Date Last Verified

May 20,2019

Posted on

Apr 19,2019

Years of Experience

2-5 yrs required


San Francisco, CA, United States


Practice Area
Litigation >> Litigation
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Candidates should have two to five years of litigation and arbitration experience.  Candidates must have advanced research and writing skills, a successful employment history, strong academic credentials and excellent interpersonal skills.  They must currently be licensed to practice law in California and prepared to immediately jump into existing matters and assume a full caseload. 

Ideal Candidate

  • 2-5 years of  litigation experience 
  • Basic understanding of employment and financial services issues
  • Experience drafting pleadings and making court appearances
  • Experience with all aspects of discovery
  • Willingness to assume significant work responsibilities
  • Willingness to collaborate as part of litigation team
  • Federal Judicial Clerkship experience a plus
  • Securities and Exchange Commission or other Regulatory Body experience a plus

Company info

Keesal, Young & Logan

Company Profile

Keesal, Young & Logan (KYL) is a dynamic, litigation-focused law firm with offices in five cities. Recognized by the Daily Journal as one of the “Top Boutiques” in California, KYL provides exceptional legal services to major national and international clients across many industries. The attorneys in KYL’s San Francisco office litigate employment, securities, intellectual property, unfair competition, professional liability, False Claims Act, real estate and maritime cases before federal and state courts, administrative agencies and self-regulatory organizations. The office also advises clients on a wide variety of employment issues and has a robust Class Action practice. We are proud of our collegial environment, our cutting edge technology and our historic Jackson Square building.


"A Great Place, But Horrible Workers"

Current Employee - Reviewed on July 28, 2017

Have your managers actually manage the office. I'm not saying we can't socialize, but you have people getting paid and barely doing any work!

Pros : They have a great office with great benefits. I'd often stay in for lunch because we were provided with free food and beverages. The offices themselves were clean and well kept, and it was generally a very decent office space.
Cons : I really couldn't stand all the childishness that went on in the office. There was too much fraternizing and not enough work being done. Some of us had trouble working with all the joking that was going on--and this was every day! Favoritism ran wild here.
Current or former employee? : Current Employee

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