2021-11-15"1">Positions AvailableATTO
Experience: 3 years
Location: Chicago Loop
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Area of Practice: Labor, Employment

MID-LEVEL ASSOCIATE: LABOR & EMPLOYMENT LITIGATION


The Chicago office of Epstein Becker & Green is seeking an attorney to work at the level of a mid-level associate in its growing national management-side Employment, Labor and Workforce Management practice.

Candidates should have a minimum of three years of relevant experience with federal and state labor & employment law ( e.g., trade secret law, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, ADEA, FMLA, ADA, FLSA, and similar state laws) and litigation experience in these areas. The ideal candidate should have the ability to handle certain aspects of litigation with minimal supervision such as interviewing witnesses, reviewing electronically stored documents, drafting pleadings and various motions and briefs, conducting and defending depositions, interacting with clients and opposing counsel, and attending certain court appearances. Experience providing advice and counsel on workplace law issues, including employment including employee relations, mitigation of risk, ADA and other workplace accommodation, FINRA arbitrations, employment agreements, reductions-in-force, and employment-related policies is also beneficial. Candidates must possess strong academic credentials and have excellent oral and written communication skills.

Candidates must possess strong academic credentials, and have excellent communication and writing skills.
Juris Doctorate degree required, and admission to practice law in Illinois is mandatory.



Please submit your cover letter, resume and transcript using the link above.

Please reference the Chicago Employment Litigation position in your cover letter.



Epstein Becker Green is an equal opportunity employer.



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