Litigation Associate Attorney (Bankruptcy & Creditors' Rights - Alexandria, VA)

Location
Alexandria, Virginia
Salary
Based upon experience.
Posted
Aug 23, 2017
Closes
Oct 22, 2017
Ref
609-277
Industry
Law
Hours
Full Time

Come and shine with the stars of LeClairRyan! Since its inception, LeClairRyan has grown exponentially and is now home to over 340 attorneys with offices in 16 states and the District of Columbia. LeClairRyan is currently seeking a Litigation Associate Attorney who will contribute to overall success and help secure the bright future of the Firm. 

Our Alexandria, Virginia office is located at 2318 Mill Road near historic Old Town Alexandria and conveniently located near the United States Patent and Trademark Office (“USPTO”) and across the street from the Alexandria Division of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia (“EDVA”), popularly known as the “Rocket Docket” for having the fastest time to trial of any court in the country!  A benefit of our great location is easy access to public transportation as the Eisenhower Metro Station is 2 blocks away and the King Street Metro Station and Amtrak/VRE Station is a 10 minute walk or very short cab ride from the building. This office location, established in 2010, is home to approximately 30 attorneys whose practice areas range from Intellectual Property and Technology, white collar, business litigation, employment litigation and consumer financial services litigation. 

With the growth of our Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights team, we are looking to add an associate attorney. This is an exciting opportunity for an associate to handle all facets of commercial litigation/workouts and bankruptcy matters from inception through trial.

Required Skills

Candidates will have 2 - 3 years of experience. Candidates with previous clerkship experience preferred. Superior communication and organizational skills. Exceptional analytical and writing skills. Excellent attention to detail. Confidence to work directly with clients and colleagues in a fast-paced environment. Virginia bar admission required. Admission to Delaware, D.C., Maryland and/or West Virginia is a plus.