Labor & Employment Associate

Seyfarth Shaw   •  

San Francisco, CA

Industry: Legal & Accounting

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5 - 7 years

Posted 61 days ago

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Seyfarth Shaw LLP's premier Labor & Employment Department has an exciting opportunity for an outstanding Associate in its San Francisco office. The ideal candidate will have 4 - 8 years of significant broad based experience in employment litigation, including 2 or more of the followings areas: discrimination and wrongful discharge employment litigation, wage-hour matters, or class and collective actions, and should be able to handle routine employment litigation with minimal supervision. Excellent academic credentials, analytical skills and verbal and written communication skills required. We offer a collegial environment and an excellent opportunity to continue to develop strong skills and grow with a national firm. This career growth opportunity provides the ability to work alongside top industry leaders with a firm that has a high profile national platform. Candidate must be admitted to the California Bar.


Our Labor & Employment Department is consistently ranked at or near the top in labor and employment law rankings across multiple practice areas in the United States and internationally. Chambers USA ranks Seyfarth among the top L&E firms nationally, and we are one of only three firms that have been ranked by The Legal 500 in all six national Labor & Employment categories. We are routinely recognized by Law360 as an "Employment Practice Group of the Year," and our employment litigation capabilities have earned us recognition in the annual BTI Litigation Outlook as a "Standout" Employment Litigation Practice. Our Labor & Employment Department continues to be recognized regionally, nationally and internationally by Chambers, The Legal 500, Law360, U.S. News & World Report: Best Lawyers, The National Law Journal, and BTI Consulting Group. We invite you to discover why Seyfarth is recognized worldwide for its innovation. Come experience the Seyfarth difference.