Goldberg Kohn's Litigation & Alternative Dispute Resolution Group has a reputation for possessing great depth of knowledge, being highly tenacious and producing excellent results. The firm's litigators combine professional aggressiveness with legal creativity. Goldberg Kohn has served as Illinois, Midwest and national litigation counsel to clients ranging from private to Fortune 100 companies, as well as domestic counsel to companies headquartered throughout the world. The efforts of Goldberg Kohn’s litigators foster long-term client relationships and recognition at the local, state and national level for outstanding litigation achievements.
We require a law degree from a top 25 law school with a minimum 3.2 GPA and 1-3 year's of experience in commercial litigation to handle significant and sophisticated matters. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package, a collegial and professional environment, intellectually challenging work, and the opportunity to work with wonderful people. Please submit your cover letter, resume and transcript using Goldberg Kohn's online application system. Only resumes of interest will be contacted. Goldberg Kohn is an Equal Opportunity Employer: Disability/Veterans.
Law firms seem to be obsessed with getting bigger and richer, modeling their growth after the global accounting firms. Principals don't know each other and mergers combine unlike cultures and inconsistent standards. Goldberg Kohn has been charting a different course for over 40 years, one lawyer, one client and one matter at a time and has built a reputation for great work, for being great to work... with and great to work for.
Every day Goldberg Kohn earns and reaffirms its reputation for skill and integrity by competing with the largest and most recognized firms in court rooms and conference rooms throughout the world. The firm gets more than its share of top legal talent, first class clients and outstanding results. Increasingly, both talented lawyers and frustrated clients are turning to Goldberg Kohn to escape from impersonal and numbers-driven mega firms.