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New York City Litigation Openings
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Are you ready to make a job change within the legal industry? If so, look no further than LawCrossing, where there are thousands of New York City litigation openings for attorneys with varying degrees of experience.

Whether you want to work in a law firm or the legal department of a major corporation, there are plenty of job openings for you to browse through on the site.


One of the firms looking for a litigation attorney is Alvarez & Marsal Holdings LLC. This global law firm serves corporations, fiduciaries, private equity investors, not-for-profits, government agencies and foundations. The firm is dedicated to providing clients with business transformation advice and turnaround management help.

If you are interested in working for a major corporation, IAC is in need of an in-house litigation attorney. IAC is a leading media and web company that focuses on applications, search engines, online dating and eCommerce. The company has one of the largest network of websites in the world, with more than 150 different brands featured. The firm is headquartered in New York City, but has offices across the globe.

Have you ever wanted to work in the world of banking, but still perform legal duties each day on the job? Well, JP Morgan Chase & Co has an opening for an Assistant General Counsel-Subpoena Support in its legal department. This institution has been around for more than 200 years and is steeped in history.

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With so many New York City litigation openings on LawCrossing, it will be easy to find a job that matches your experience.


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