Seeking a litigation associate with one to three years of experience to join our Westwood office.

 

Pasich LLP is an award-winning boutique law firm, founded in 2017 by a group of former Big Law attorneys.  We focus on representing insureds in complex insurance coverage disputes against insurers, insurance brokers, and insurance agents.  We represent individuals, Fortune 500 and other public companies, privately held entities, and charitable organizations.  Our clients include energy companies and utilities, manufacturers and retailers, restaurants, hotels, Broadway production entities, motion picture studios, record companies, professional sports franchises, publishers, television companies, actors, musicians, and athletes. We have a friendly and informal environment, with an “open door” policy for all attorneys.  The firm offers competitive salaries and a suite of benefits, including health and dental insurance, life and disability insurance, and a 401k plan.  The firm also has family friendly policies, 3-day weekends every month, no minimum billable hours requirement, no set minimum partnership track, and no dress code.

 

We offer a unique opportunity to join our team.   We are seeking a litigation associate with one to three years of experience to join us in our Westwood office (just two blocks south of UCLA), with opportunities to spend time in our Manhattan Beach and New York offices.  Our ideal candidate will be a motivated individual with excellent academic credentials, strong writing and analytical skills, the ability to work both individually and as part of a team, and with an interest in representing insureds in a wide range of complex insurance disputes.   This position has room for growth within our firm, and the right candidate can expect to handle legal research, pleadings, motions, discovery, and depositions, and gain trial and domestic and international arbitration experience.  Applicants may submit their cover letter, resumé, and law school transcripts to THeiden@pasichllp.com for consideration.