At Seyfarth, we understand that great people are the key to our success, and we provide the opportunities to match. If you join us, you’ll work with state-of-the-art technology in a friendly and professional environment, and we will continue to invest in your professional development. If you want the freedom to grow at a firm that is invested in your future, keep reading.The Opportunity:
We are seeking a Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) Associate to join the firm as a member of the Labor & Employment department.
Our Labor & Employment Department is consistently ranked at or near the top in labor and employment law rankings regionally, nationally and internationally by Chambers, The Legal 500, Law360, U.S. News & World Report: Best Lawyers, The National Law Journal, and BTI Consulting Group across multiple practice areas. Chambers USA ranks Seyfarth among the top L&E firms nationally, and we are one of only three firms that have been ranked by The Legal 500 in all six national Labor & Employment categories. We are routinely recognized by Law360 as an “Employment Practice Group of the Year,” and our employment litigation capabilities have earned us recognition in the annual BTI Litigation Outlook as a “Standout" Employment Litigation Practice.
Our drive for excellence leads us to seek out better ways to work with our clients and each other. We have been first-to-market on many legal service delivery innovations and we continue to break new ground with our clients every day. This long history of excellence and innovation has created a culture with a sense of purpose and belonging for all. In turn, our culture drives our commitment to the growth of our clients, the diversity of our people, and the resilience of our workforce.The Day-To-Day:
As an associate in the FCRA practice group, you’ll have the opportunity to work on interesting, challenging, and groundbreaking cases in collaboration with senior attorneys.You Have:
- 3 - 7 years of FCRA litigation experience and/or other consumer litigation experience in federal courts.
- Top law firm experience, or a combination of law firm and in-house experience.
- Strong work ethic and ability to drive cases to resolution.
- Excellent academic credentials.
- Analytical skills, and verbal and written communication skills.