Davis Wright Tremaine LLP has an exciting associate attorney opportunity in the areas of employment and labor law for its Seattle or Bellevue office. The ideal candidate will have employment litigation experience and a broad understanding of federal and Washington employment laws and regulations. The associate’s practice will focus on employment litigation, including single plaintiff and class action matters and arbitrations, but will include providing advice and counseling to clients concerning employment law issues, drafting policies, handbooks, employment agreements and severance agreements; and, assisting clients in staying current on emerging employment law issues through drafting client advisories and alerts.
This is an outstanding opportunity for a confident, self-motivated attorney with a desire to grow professionally and work in a nationally recognized labor and employment practice. Candidates should have a minimum of three years of employment litigation experience, preferably at a law firm, strong academic credentials and writing skills, and excellent interpersonal skills.
Active members of the Washington State Bar preferred; will consider members of other state bars depending on circumstances.
To apply, please upload a cover letter addressed to Bahareh Samanian, Director of Lawyer Recruiting, resume, a copy of your law transcript and a brief writing sample.
We are accepting submissions from third-party recruiters.
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