If you like working on high-profile cases to rein in corporate misconduct and obtain justice for consumers, come join us!

We are a boutique plaintiffs' class action law firm with an outsized influence, having initiated some of the biggest cases of recent times, including the nationwide case against Juul for hooking minors on nicotine vaping. We have successfully attacked food mislabeling (Bertolli "extra virgin" olive oil), unlawful membership fees (Ticketmaster's "Entertainment Rewards" program), undisclosed charges (AT&T international roaming tariffs on unanswered calls), advertising fraud (Netflix's "unlimited DVD rental" campaigns), and much more. Our attorneys graduated from top law schools and worked at prestigious national defense firms before joining us. Please visit our website for further information about our lawyers and our work before submitting your application.

We are looking for a skilled lawyer with 2 to 5 years of litigation experience. We give preference to lawyers who have completed a clerkship and have worked at a top tier defense firm or plaintiffs' class action firm. The candidate must have superior academic credentials including graduation from a top law school.

The associate will have direct involvement in all aspects of litigation. She or he will develop cases, work with clients, research and draft pleadings, participate in oral arguments, oversee discovery, take and defend depositions, assist in forming case strategies, work with experts, and examine witnesses at trial. She or he must be self-motivated, responsible and confident.

Our offices are in San Francisco, but we strongly support remote offices and flexible schedules. You must be a member of the bar in at least one US state. California bar membership and Bay Area residency are preferred but not required.

Women and persons of color are especially encouraged to apply. We are an equal opportunity employer.

To apply, you must provide a resume and writing sample. The writing sample should be entirely your own work. It should demonstrate your ability to conduct research, analyze facts, and apply and distinguish case law.