Litigation Fellow – Baltimore, MD
Sanford Heisler Sharp a national public interest law firm with a focus on game-changing employment discrimination cases, seeks a Litigation Fellow for its Baltimore office to start early fall 2022 or as soon as
possible. Fellows will focus on representing plaintiffs in individual and class action employment discrimination matters. In addition, Fellows will assist the Firm’s world-class team of attorneys on a range
of high-stakes, sexual assault cases, Title IX lawsuits, qui tam and whistleblower matters, wage and hour actions, and financial services cases.
Sanford Heisler Sharp has represented thousands of individuals in some of the most significant class action cases before the courts, including numerous female partners in BigLaw firms. We have secured landmark victories through trial and settlements and have a number of cases currently before
the district and federal appellate courts that raise novel issues of law. We are currently litigating cases against major law firms Jones Day, Ogletree Deakins & Nash, and Morrison & Foerster and against universities such as Harvard, Columbia, and Yale.
Litigation Fellows will work with case team members and clients in settlement negotiations, mediation, arbitration, and litigation. Litigation Fellows are expected to conduct factual and legal research; draft legal documents (including pleadings, motions, briefs, legal memoranda, mediation statements, discovery requests and responses, and settlement agreements); participate in discovery; provide legal advice to clients; assist and participate in depositions, mediations, arbitrations, trials, and court proceedings;
and attend industry, networking, and community outreach events. Our Fellows are expected to learn quickly from the firm’s more experienced attorneys and are given as much responsibility as they can handle.
Applicants should have:
- commitment to civil rights;
- interest in litigation;
- strong academic credentials;
- excellent writing and communication skills;
- strong analytical capabilities;
- initiative and energy to see projects to completion; and
- the ability to work effectively in a team environment.
We are committed to EEO principles and value a diverse workplace. We strongly encourage people of color, LGBTQ, all genders, all ages, differently abled, and other minority applicants to apply.
This position in Baltimore is available as soon as possible or no later than early fall 2022.
Applicants seeking consideration should email a one-page cover letter, a current resume, a law school transcript, three references, and two writing samples of not less than ten pages to [email protected] Please include “2022 Baltimore Litigation Fellow Application” in the subject line of the email.
Qualified applicants are encouraged to submit their application immediately as decisions are made on a rolling basis.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Sanford Heisler Sharp has been a firm that has demonstrated flexibility and concern for the well-being of our employees and our communities. We were among the first law firms in the nation to publicly announce that we were moving to a remote work environment and to mandate the COVID-19 vaccine for employees. The firm will continue to rely on the science to guide its decisions in 2022 and beyond.
Sanford Heisler Sharp employees must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, including obtaining the COVID-19 boosters within the time frame recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). If you accept an offer from the firm and choose not to get vaccinated for religious,
medical reasons, or other applicable legal requirements, you may seek a reasonable accommodation.
Sanford Heisler Sharp welcomes applications from individuals with disabilities. If you require reasonable accommodations during any part of the hiring process, please send your request to us by email at [email protected] or by mail to the following address:
ATTN: Anita Youngkin, Senior Human Resources Director
Sanford Heisler Sharp
700 Pennsylvania Ave SE, Suite 300
Washington, DC 20003