Tucker Ellis LLP is seeking an Associate Attorney

Tucker Ellis is seeking an Intellectual Property Litigation Associate with approximately 4-6 years of experience.

This is a full-time, permanent position in Los Angeles, CA. The firm’s nationwide practice will provide the candidate with an active and multi-faceted experience in Intellectual Property litigation, especially trademark enforcement, domain name, and cybersquatting matters.

Requirements:

Being committed to developing into a top quality lawyer is required. Strong academic credentials are required. Excellent writing, research and analytical skills are required. Being a good person who others want to work with and around is also required. The ideal candidate will have 4-6 years of experience with Intellectual Property litigation matters in federal court. Prior experience with Internet enforcement and domain name matters would be very helpful. Candidates from demographic groups historically underrepresented in AmLaw 200 law firms are encouraged to apply.

Interested Candidates:

Interested candidates are asked to submit their cover letter, resume, law school transcripts, and writing sample via email to the Director of Human Resources, Denae Wunderle.

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About Tucker Ellis LLP:

Founded by 90 lawyers in 2003, Tucker Ellis LLP has strategically grown to more than 215 lawyers serving clients nationwide from six locations: Chicago, Cleveland, Columbus, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and St. Louis. We aspire to two simple but lofty goals: to provide everyone we encounter with a better law firm experience and to make a career for everyone who works here.

We are proud to serve a Fortune 250 list of national litigation clients, national and international intellectual property clientele, and sophisticated business clients. Our firm is structured to build and maintain the strongest and deepest internal and external relationships, foster true teamwork with our clients and one another, and continuously work to improve every facet of what we do. Having no billable hour requirement means that we reward our lawyers for their accomplishments rather than the number of hours they bill, giving us more freedom to work under mutually gratifying non-hourly fee arrangements, train and mentor our lawyers and staff, and focus on getting work done. Similarly, because we do not track origination or source credit for our lawyers, we are uniquely able to collaborate fully and collegially to benefit our clients.

At Tucker Ellis, we understand our clients want counsel who inspire trust and confidence and take their best interests to heart. Our culture of excellence, service, teamwork, diversity, and loyalty to our clients, communities, and one another is what sets us apart and drives us each day as we aspire to vastly improve the manner in which legal services are provided.

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