Fisher Phillips
Posted Jan 27
Full Time
Washington, District Of Columbia

Fisher Phillips seeks an attorney with 5+ years of employment law and litigation experience to work primarily on administrative charges and employment litigation for the firm’s EPLI clients under the supervision of partners and alongside other attorneys and paralegals in the firm. The ideal candidate will have both employment and insurance defense experience. Since much of the work will be California-based, candidates for this position must have an active license to the California Bar.

This role is fully remote and comes with a reduced billable hours requirement. You will have the opportunity to work on interesting matters without the demands of a partnership-track position. This role does not require extensive non-billable hours or any business development expectations, allowing you more flexibility and to concentrate on what you do best – serving our clients with excellence.

At Fisher Phillips, we embrace diversity and inclusion. We are committed to providing an empowering environment where your talents flourish. We recognize the value of a work-life balance and offer this flexibility, including remote work and reduced hours, to support your professional journey.

Join us in shaping the future of legal practice in a dynamic and supportive environment.

We are NOT accepting resumes from search firms for this position.

Benefits : Fisher Phillips offers a comprehensive benefits package for employees that includes medical, dental, and vision benefits, generous paid time off, paid parental leave, 401(k) and carve out election, profit sharing, life insurance, long-term disability, and an employee assistance program. We also offer optional benefits such as critical care, accident and hospital indemnity insurance, a student loan refinancing program, life insurance for dependents, and pet insurance.

The yearly salary range for this position is $130,000 – $140,000. Actual base pay within this range will be determined by several components, including but not limited to, relevant experience, internal equity, skills, qualifications, and other job-related factors permitted by law.