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Litigation Attorney Jobs in New York City Law Firms View Count: 647


Litigation attorneys seeking their careers in law firms consider New York City as one of their favorite options. The work is hard and the returns are still high, even in the face of rapid technological growth and the growth of alternative legal services providers.

For most candidates seeking litigation attorney jobs in law firms, New York City holds out the opportunities of learning from the best and the biggest. The competition is steep, but the training received is impeccable and good enough to take the career resilience of attorneys to new heights.

This is why New York City law firms have such an attraction for attorneys – it’s not only the money, but the amount of skills gained within a short time by living in the front lines of competition.

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According to BLS data the New York City metropolitan area has the highest level of employment for lawyers, it is among the top three metropolitan areas with the highest concentration of jobs for lawyers, and within the top three or five in the nation in mean wages. So, it is no surprise that every year we have new faces seeking litigation attorney jobs in New York City law firms – the toughest training grounds for both young and old litigators.

Traditionally, litigation is one of the hallowed areas of law practice. Every person who ever attended law school with true yearning for law in his or her heart would have, sometimes or the other, thought of becoming a litigation attorney. In fact, most lawyers who are held as legends in our culture were powerful litigators, able to sway the court with their pleadings and logic.

Though almost any kind of dispute can end up contested in the courts and require a litigation attorney, common industry practice areas in litigation include multi-district litigation, complex litigation, federal litigation, civil litigation, trial litigation, international litigation and other similar areas like defense litigation. With growth of technology, e-discovery has also become a specialized practice area for litigation attorneys.

New York City has more than 2400 law firms specialized with litigation as one of their registered practice areas and close to 10,000 organizations including corporate law departments and law firms ready to snap up litigation attorneys who exhibit merit and mettle.

Many big law firms specialized in litigation have their headquarters in New York City. Some notable law firms in this category include Skadden, Sullivan & Cromwell, Wachtell, Phillips Nizer, Robinson Brog, Otterbourg, Wolf Handenstein, Rosenberg & Estis and others. Of course, almost all national and international law firms have their offices in New York City, too.

So, if you are looking in New York City for litigation attorney jobs in law firms, click here to find them on LawCrossing.

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