Construction Litigation Senior Associate/Of Counsel (5 to 9+ Years)
ABOUT MEYERS NAVE
Meyers Nave began in one office with five attorneys focused on one primary area of law. The firm has since expanded across California, with attorneys advising on more than 20 complex fields of law. Meyers Nave serves public entities, businesses, non-profit organizations and public-private partnerships located throughout California, as well as clients based in other states that have interests in California. Amidst its growth and change, the essence of what makes Meyers Nave different remains the same – the firm treats work colleagues as friends and clients as family.
ABOUT THE POSITION
Meyers Nave is looking for a seasoned, California-admitted litigator to join its Construction and Facilities Group (CFG) in Oakland. Our preferred candidate is someone who loves the law, who appreciates the collegiality and support that come with firm practice and who, above all, has litigation in the blood. We are particularly interested in speaking with big-law refugees, lawyers who cut their teeth on sophisticated matters and are now looking for a position that affords greater opportunities for case management (e.g., first/second chair) and career advancement.
The lawyer who will thrive in this position has:
- excellent academic credentials (T-14 and/or near top of class)
- extensive experience in complex litigation
- experience with or an interest in construction-related disputes
- a passion for writing and research
- an entrepreneurial spirit
- a sense of humor
We will provide you in return:
- competitive compensation
- excellent benefits
- a truly collegial, team-oriented work environment
- an excellent support team
- structured training and CLE
- every opportunity to advance professionally
- a place to put down roots
HOW TO APPLY
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and law school transcript to firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you!
Meyers Nave is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of any qualified applicant’s race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, age, sexual orientation, military or veteran status or any other category protected by law.