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The progressive law firm Handley Farah & Anderson is seeking an associate committed to economic justice to join its antitrust, consumer and whistleblower practices. The associate may be located anywhere in the country.
The attorney will be responsible to:
• Litigate antitrust class actions on behalf of a range of plaintiffs—from workers to small businesses to farmers—who were harmed by price-fixing, wage-fixing and other antitrust violations;
• Litigate consumer class actions against large corporations or governmental entities that have defrauded or overcharged consumers through false advertising, sale of defective products, or breach of warranties;
• Investigate and draft complaints regarding the claims of whistleblowers who allege that corporations have defrauded or bribed governments; and
• Work effectively with nonprofit organizations to develop and investigate potential matters.
The ideal candidate will possess the following skills and qualifications:
• Demonstrated commitment to, and passion for, economic justice;
• Strong research skills with the ability to efficiently draft compelling briefs;
• A minimum of three years of litigation and/or judicial clerkship experience;
• Excellent interpersonal and oral and written communication skills.
To be considered, please submit a cover letter, resume and writing sample send to email. Please indicate “Associate” in the subject line.
Handley Farah & Anderson
About Handley Farah & Anderson PLLC Handley Farah & Anderson is a public interest law firm dedicated to fighting corporate and government wrongdoing. We litigate cases around the country on behalf of victims of such abuses, including workers deprived of wages, consumers deceived about products, tenants denied access to housing, farmers mistreated by processors, parents deprived of adequate parental leave, investors who were defrauded, small businesses harmed by antitrust violations, persons with disabilities denied access, whistleblowers who uncover fraud, and women and communities of color subject to discrimination.