Department Attorney, Commercial Litigation (Non-Track)

August 10, 2023
Application ends: May 18, 2026
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Job Description

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Cozen O’Connor is seeking a commercial litigation attorney to join the firm’s Philadelphia office as a department attorney. Ideal candidates will have experience litigating matters involving catastrophic casualty claims, premises liability, dram shop, commercial and residential construction and property disputes, transportation & logistics, product liability, insurance, and other complex torts and business disputes. The candidate will have experience defending individual, insurance, and corporate clients. Qualified candidates will have at least three years of law firm commercial litigation experience and will be able to demonstrate proficiency in written and oral advocacy skills and excellent academic credentials. Deposition experience preferred.

Based on the experience needed for this position, including deposition experience, motion practice experience and (although not necessary) trial experience, the candidate will be expected to independently handle matters. This is a non-partnership track position offering the opportunity to work on sophisticated litigation matters and a reduced-hours schedule. Opportunity for promotion to partnership track based upon performance available.

One of the country’s most successful litigation firms, Cozen O’Connor has been winning complex commercial trials for more than 50 years. With more than 300 highly respected litigators, including numerous fellows of the American College of Trial Lawyers, we are a go-to firm for sophisticated clients with complicated and consequential business litigation and received a National Tier 1 ranking in the 2021 U.S. News – Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms” rankings. Our clients include public and private companies, startups, corporate boards and committees, directors and officers, nonprofits, trade associations, and government entities.


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