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Litigation Associate

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Organization Type

Law Firm

Job Type

Attorney

Years of Experience

2-3 yrs required

Location

San Jose, CA

Date Last Verified

Nov 15,2017

Posted on

Nov 13,2017
Practice Area
Litigation >> Litigation - General/Commercial
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Litigation Associate The candidate responsibilities will include: Drafting and preparing pleadings, motions, and other litigation documents; Conducting legal research, analysis and writing; Managing discovery. Must have 2-3 years of personal injury/catastrophic injury litigation experience. Should have exceptional research, writing, analytical and litigation skills.

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Review:

"Lots to Learn"

- Reviewed on September 09, 2017

Make room for associates that work very hard to become senior employees at some point, instead of the stagnant or non-existent system that is currently at play.

Pros : Working at this firm was very enjoyable, while I was there. There is always someone to learn from and upper management is quite friendly with everyone, making it a great place to be around.
Cons : I do not feel like there is much room to move up and get into another position and that is why I left. It was a good stepping stone, but this is about it for me, while I was there.

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