Leason Ellis LLP is seeking a mid-level litigation associate to join its dynamic litigation group.
In this position, you will take the lead in drafting a variety of pleadings, motions and discovery requests and responses and managing discovery. You will liaise with clients and interact with opposing counsel. As and when ready, you will take and defend depositions and argue motions, and play a greater role in case management and overall strategy.
Description of Qualifications
You are an outstanding mid-level attorney with about three to five years of experience handling contentious work under your belt.
You understand the ins-and-outs of federal court litigation and have a demonstrable interest in intellectual property law. Your litigation experience to date includes drafting pleadings, engaging in motion practice, handling discovery matters, and possibly spending some time in a courtroom. You possess writing skills that impress, a reasonable degree of confidence, plenty of self-motivation, and a desire to grow your career alongside a team of like-minded, collegial peers. Clerkships are a plus, as is experience with trademark and/or patent prosecution.
Interested Candidates should send a cover letter (detailing relevant experience and desired compensation range) to email@example.com
About Leason Ellis
World Trademark Review states that Leason Ellis’s “lean size belies the immense talent housed here, with all its lawyers boasting stellar credentials” and IAM Patent 1000 says that “[a] central thread of the Leason Ellis narrative has been careful, judicious growth, crucial to which has been attracting the right talent and enabling it to blossom.” We tend to agree. Leason Ellis is a relatively young and growing IP firm headquartered in White Plains, New York. We launched in 2008, and now house over 30 patent, trademark and copyright attorneys under our roof.
Leason Ellis is an EOE/M/F/D/V/SO employer.
Only direct submissions from candidates will be accepted. No unsolicited resumes from third party agencies or recruiters, please.