LITIGATION ATTORNEY (Burlingame, Santa Monica, New York)
Candidate must have at least 3-5 years experience in complex litigation. Candidate should possess strong writing and analytical skills, and experience in depositions and court. A Federal clerkship is a plus.
Candidate must be detail-oriented and have excellent communication and organization skills. Excellent PC skills, must have ability to work proficiently in Word. Applicant must be a college graduate and agree to a minimum of a two-year commitment. Paralegal Certificate preferred, but not a requirement. Experience in the legal field, a plus. Job duties include extensive researching, attending and assisting at trial, depositions, motion practice, analysis and management of documents and discovery.
LITIGATION SECRETARY (Burlingame, Santa Monica)
Candidate should have excellent communication and organization skills, and be detail-oriented. Excellent PC skills, must have ability to work proficiently in Word. Candidate must be a college graduate with a 2 or 4-year degree. A minimum of 3-5 years of complex litigation experience preferred. This is a high energy position in a great working environment.
CPM offers a competitive salary and benefits package.
Please send resumes to Phyllis Lee with "CPM Employment" in the subject line.
Cotchett, Pitre & McCarthy, LLP
840 Malcolm Road
Burlingame, CA 94010
Telephone: (650) 697-6000
Facsimile: (650) 692-1112
SUMMER LAW CLERK PROGRAM
CPM’s Summer Law Clerk Program is designed to provide talented law school students the opportunity to work within our Burlingame, California law office for the summer. Candidates should possess strong writing and analytical skills. Prior law firm, court, or government experience is a plus, although it is not a prerequisite. As with attorney hires, CPM looks for summer clerks who are enthusiastic and dedicated to their chosen career in the law, and who show compassion and community involvement.
We review applications on a rolling basis starting in the fall and normally continuing into the early-spring.
We match summer clerks to practice groups within the firm. Each practice group works to integrate summer clerks into the team’s work over the summer. Clerks are provided a wide-range of assignments and experiences, including attending hearings and depositions.
In general, summer clerks start the Tuesday after Memorial Day and finish around mid-August. (We understand that some law schools have school calendars that may require a later start date.) Clerks are compensated at a competitive rate.
- Cover Letter
- Writing Sample
Recommendation letters are welcomed, but are not required.