Weber Gallagher is a Mid-Atlantic region law firm with more than 105 lawyers and 17 civil practice areas in 8 offices allowing us to offer our clients a full-service firm experience. We provide legal counseling and representation to local, national, and international businesses, financial institutions, and insurance companies. Our clients include construction companies, restaurants, retail stores, healthcare facilities and companies, universities, trucking companies, and span the gamut from small family-owned businesses to multi-national conglomerate corporations.
Weber Gallagher seeks an Associate to join our growing general civil litigation group in our Delaware office. Our Delaware practice has experienced exponential growth over the last year and we are searching for another great addition to our team. Successful candidates will have recently graduated from law school or have up to two years of law practice experience, and will have excellent analytical and research capability, strong written communication skills, willingness to learn, and a comfort level with oral advocacy. Candidates from Judicial Clerkships, Attorney Generals, and potential new Delaware bar admittees are welcome to apply. Candidates must be admitted to practice in Delaware at the time of hire.
Weber Gallagher offers a friendly and flexible office environment, competitive benefits package including 401(k) and medical benefits, free parking, and focuses on mentoring Associates to achieve long term success through our professional development programs.
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