Headquartered in San Francisco and founded in 2013, Alto Litigation continues to grow as a leader in representing technology companies, executives, entrepreneurs and investors in high-stakes litigation. The firm focuses on securities litigation (class actions, derivative, SEC, FINRA), intellectual property litigation (trade secrets, trademark, copyright) and other complex business disputes. Alto’s award-winning trial attorneys also provide pre-litigation counseling service and advise on internal investigations.
2+ Years Experience
We are looking for a litigation paralegal for a full-time position. Our firm operates on the cutting edge of practice management, utilizing state-of-the art software systems for work flow management and internal communications. Our ideal paralegal must have a hunger for utilizing technology to make litigation tasks more efficient and work in a disciplined team environment. Applicants must have at least 2 years of experience (preferably at a top boutique or large law firm) and have a command of filing procedures in California state and federal courts, as well as calendaring and e-discovery. The position also entails certain administrative duties.
Applications should be submitted to Info@altolit.com, and should include: (a) a cover letter; (b) a resume; and (c) two references.
4+ Years Experience
We are looking for a driven and accomplished associate attorney. Applicants should have at least 4 years of litigation experience, exceptional research and writing abilities, and the ability to take and defend depositions, meet one-on-one with sophisticated clients, handle court appearances with minimal supervision, and work in a disciplined team setting. Do not apply if you have no ambition to first-chair trials. A stellar academic record and clerkship are pluses, but a desire to build your skills and fight for our clients is a must.
Applications should be submitted to Info@altolit.com, and should include: (a) a cover letter; (b) a resume; (c) a law school transcript; (d) two writing samples; and (e) three references.