Junior Associate – Individual Negotiation and Litigation

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Job location
601 Massachusetts Avenue NW, 2nd Floor
Washington, DC 20001
United States
Organization information
Organization name: 
Outten & Golden LLP
Street address: 
601 Massachusetts Avenue NW, 2nd Floor
District of Columbia
Job type: 
Legal - Civil
Position Description: 

Location: Washington, DC Office
Outten & Golden seeks a junior associate who will work in its Washington, DC office representing employees on individual negotiation and litigation in all areas of employment law, including cases involving discrimination, harassment, retaliation, leaves of absence, layoffs and executive compensation. The associate will have extensive client contact and the opportunity to work on cases in a variety of contexts including federal and state courts, arbitrations, mediations, and administrative agencies (e.g., the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission).
O&G encourages all of its attorneys to seek out opportunities for public speaking, publishing, and bar association activities. Diversity, inclusiveness and equity are fundamental to our work at O&G. We believe that to be effective advocates for civil rights and workplace fairness we must strive for diversity within our own workforce. We are committed to diversity among our lawyers and staff, and to fostering a collegial and supportive workplace.


Commensurate with experience.



Must have 1-3 years of experience, preferably in employment law. Applicants with judicial clerkship experience are preferred. Successful candidates will have strong analytical, writing, research and client management skills and a commitment to protecting individual employment rights.

To apply: 

To Apply:
Send letter of interest, resume, transcript, and a writing sample of no more than ten pages (not edited by anyone else), by e-mail to [email protected]. Specify in the subject line: Individual Litigation Associate Application – Washington, DC office. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

Equal Opportunity Employer
Submission deadline: 
Tuesday, July 18, 2017