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Walsworth is a 65+ attorney law firm with offices in Orange County, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. We are a certified Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) and by the California Public Utilities Commission, and we are proud to have the largest California presence of any WBE law firm in the United States. Walsworth is also the largest California member of the National Association of Minority and Women-Owned Law Firms (NAMWOLF), and is active in the California Minority Counsel Program (CMCP). Walsworth was established over 30 years ago and consistently strives to maintain a supportive and diverse work environment with opportunities for advancement. For the seventh consecutive year, the firm earned top rankings in Law360’s Glass Ceiling Report on both “The Ceiling Smashers” list, a ranking of the best law firms for female partners, and the “The Best Firms for Female Attorneys” list. In 2021, Walsworth was rated #1 for best firms for female equity partners and in 2020 was in the top 20 for minority equity partners for firms of 100 or fewer attorneys. In addition to the firm’s focus on a diverse workplace, Walsworth offers a family-friendly and collegial culture.

Position Summary
We are seeking a motivated associate attorney for our Orange County, Los Angeles, or San Francisco office with 3 or more years of post-Bar experience litigating civil matters on the defense side, preferably including toxic tort and/or products liability matters. We offer fully remote or hybrid work options. However, applicants must reside in California and be available to make in-person appearances as needed.

Walsworth offers competitive compensation, health insurance options, and voluntary 401(k) plan. The annual base salary range for this California-based position is $110,000 – $150,000, along with the opportunity for monthly and year-end bonuses. This represents Walsworth’s reasonable estimate of the range of possible compensation at the time of this posting. Actual compensation may vary depending on several factors, including but not limited to, a candidate’s relevant experience and qualifications.

Duties and Responsibilities
Ideal candidates will work effectively both individually and collaboratively as the role will require candidates to handle cases with limited day-to-day supervision while collaborating with other team members for development of overall strategy to meet case goals. Ideal candidates will also have experience conducting discovery, taking depositions, preparing motions, and assisting with trial preparation. Experience attending mediations, arbitrations, and/or trials is a plus. Must be admitted to the State Bar of California.

How to Apply
To apply, please submit your resume by email to Candidates meeting our requirements will be asked to interview with team members via Zoom. A criminal background check will be conducted after a conditional offer of employment.

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