Lateral Associate – Law Firm Defense (SF)


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Title :

Lateral Associate – Law Firm Defense (SF)

Location :

San Francisco

Job Summary

We are seeking an associate in law school class years 2017 to 2020 to join our respected law firm defense team. Ideal candidate should have a strong interest in and/or prior exposure to law firm defense matters, including claims for legal malpractice and breach of fiduciary duty and defense of disqualification motions. Our firm has abroad, cutting-edge law firm defense practice, representing law firms in state and federal courts across the country. District court or appellate court clerkship preferred but not required. Primary responsibilities include researching and drafting motions and briefs, participating in all aspects of discovery, case/client management, mediation and arbitrations, and trial practice.

The annual compensation range for this position is between $310,000 and $420,000. The salary offered within this range will depend upon qualifications and other operational considerations. Benefits offered for this position include health care; retirement benefits; paid days off, including sick time, and vacation time; parental leave; basic life insurance; Flexible Spending Accounts; as well as discretionary, performance-based bonuses.

Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP is committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity for all partners, employees and applicants and, in accordance with the applicable federal and state laws, does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, creed, color, religion, matriculation or political affiliation, national origin, alienage or citizenship status, ancestry, age, marital status or partnership status, family responsibilities, disability, medical condition, personal appearance, genetic information, predisposing genetic characteristics, sexual orientation, military status, status as a victim of domestic violence, stalking and sex offenses, arrest or conviction record, or on any other basis prohibited by law.