WilmerHale is a leading, full-service international law firm with 1,000 lawyers located throughout 13 offices in the United States, Europe and Asia. Our practice includes more than 500 litigators with deep trial, appellate and US Supreme Court experience; a preeminent securities law practice with more than 200 lawyers; a regulatory practice that includes more than 100 lawyers who have held high-level government positions; an intellectual property practice enriched by the experience of more than 100 lawyers and technology specialists who hold scientific or technical degrees; nearly 200 seasoned corporate lawyers and business counselors; and lawyers who focus on bankruptcy, environmental, labor and employment, real estate and tax matters. Most importantly, our firm stands for a steadfast commitment to quality and excellence in everything we do—a commitment reflected in the continued success of our clients across the globe.
We are committed to recruiting, retaining, developing and promoting the best legal talent. Accordingly, the total compensation package—base salary, bonus and benefits—for all lawyers at the firm is highly competitive with that of other major law firms.
Our Litigation Department is looking for candidates with strong writing, analytical and legal research skills as well as 3–4 years' litigation experience managing the discovery process and teams, involvement in taking/defending depositions, and motion practice. Ideal candidates will also have a technical background and/or experience in litigation in the life sciences, computer sciences or electrical engineering areas. Experience with inter partes review and/or ITC proceedings is also a plus.
Our IP Litigation Practice features a premier litigation team backed by the academic and industry experience of more than 120 lawyers and technology specialists with scientific or technical degrees.
WilmerHale is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin or ancestry, age, disability or veteran status, or other protected status.