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Mid-Level Labor and Employment Associate

The San Francisco office of DLA Piper is actively seeking a mid-level associate with at least 5 years of relevant experience for our Employment Group. The position involves complex employment, corporate, and transactional employment counseling that will support our domestic and international employment practice. The position requires substantial experience in litigation and counselling, including deep knowledge of wage and hour law. Substantive knowledge of California Labor Code required along with experience drafting handbooks, policies and counseling clients. Also require enthusiasm to address, learn, and keep up with developments in broad range of employment related areas including PAGA, arbitration, leave laws, and the contingent workforce. We seek candidates with immediately transferable skills and a strong academic background from a nationally recognized law school. We offer competitive salaries and benefits.  Must be admitted to the California bar.

Please apply online if you are a direct applicant. If you have a request for an accommodation during the application process or if you have any questions about the process, please contact Krista Waters. 


Search Firms - Per the terms of our agreement, all candidates must be submitted through our agency portal for consideration. If you have not received an email with an invitation to submit candidates for this opportunity, please send a blind candidate profile to Krista Waters (Krista.Waters@dlapiper.com). If we are interested in moving forward, we will provide you with a link so that you can officially submit candidates. Please add noreply@dlapipertalent.com to your list of safe senders.

Minimum Qualifications:

J.D., CA Bar admission and 3 + years of domestic employment experience.

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