​New York Career Associates Openings

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Employment Law & Litigation3-5 years

Orrick is looking for a Career Associate to join our Employment Practice which would include working on high profile complex employment litigation cases, including  individual employment cases and class actions, counseling clients on a wide variety of employment issues, and taking an active role in handling cutting edge legal matters in employment litigation. The ideal candidate should have at least three years of employment litigation experience in a law firm, and should be highly motivated and creative with outstanding interpersonal skills, strong writing skills, and the ability to work independently as well as in a team. The position offers the candidate the opportunity to assume significant responsibility early on including frequent witness contact on important matters. Candidates must have strong academic credentials. Applications from search firms will not be considered for this position.

Apply for Employment Law Career Associate (3-5 years) position.


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