Job Details

Commercial Litigation Associate

Company name

Organization Type

Law Firm

Job Type


Date Last Verified

Sep 14,2019

Valid Through

Dec 28,2019

Posted on

Jul 03,2019

Years of Experience

3-4 yrs required


Washington, DC, United States

Employment Type



Practice Area
Litigation >> Litigation - General/Commercial
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Commercial Litigation Associate
The candidate must be a mid-level associate with 3-4 years of experience. Should preferably have experience in managing document productions, and preferably have some experience either first, or second-chairing depositions. Experience in antitrust litigation, false advertising, or financial services litigation, or investigations will be a plus. Strong writing skills are important. Should preferably have graduated from a top-25 law school.

Additional info

Send resume, law school transcript, cover letter, and writing sample.

Company info

Rebecca Newberger
Mayer Brown LLP
1999 K Street, N.W.
Washington, DC 20006-1101


"Law Firm with Good Management"

Current Employee - Reviewed on December 16, 2017

There needs to be a focus on offering employees a varied work schedule. Management should work towards improving in the area of treating the support team with more respect.

Pros : The law firm offers a salary that is in the same area as other firms. The firm does pay attention to the office and its employees. Employees are shown recognition for what they do for the firm.
Cons : The law firm falls short in offering a varied work schedule for people who struggle with balancing work. The support team is not treated with the same respect as others.
Current or former employee? : Current Employee

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