Saber Law Group is a boutique employment law and litigation firm based in San Francisco’s financial district. Its brand of client service is in high demand, so we need to expand. Join us!
At Saber, you will find a team that values each member.
Your well-being is our priority.
Saber expects the best and gives building blocks to the top.
Saber has competitive benefits including medical, dental, vision, 401K, paid holidays and vacation, plus:
Our expertise covers all aspects of the employee-employer relationship. Our clients range from “mom and pop businesses” to Fortune 500 corporations and non-profit organizations in a wide range of industries.
At Saber Law Group, we are committed to maintaining diversity among our team and encourage candidates of all backgrounds to apply. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.
Saber is seeking seasoned employment law attorneys who enjoy working directly with clients from beginning to end on a case. If you are looking to build your own practice, and work with a team on sophisticated advice and counseling, compliance and transactional work, and litigation matters, Saber wants you.
Help us build out and strengthen our employment law practice, including:
If you are licensed to practice in California, have at least three to five years of experience, and are well versed in the law regarding arbitration agreements and wage and hour law, we invite you to submit your resume, cover letter and a writing sample. Compensation for this position includes an annual base salary from $165,000 to $245,000 and the possibility of earning productivity and merit-based bonuses as well as bonuses for business development. Saber Law Group offers competitive benefits and a collaborative, hybrid work environment. We look forward to meeting you!
Are you a litigation attorney with a minimum of three years litigation/trial experience who wants a diversified practice including employment, fair housing and complex business and personal injury litigation? At Saber Law Group, you will have the opportunity to work both with our experienced litigation and trial attorneys, and to manage your own clients and cases in a dynamic and team-oriented environment.
Help us build out and strengthen our existing practice in employment litigation and complex business litigation. We defend multi-party and single plaintiff actions in state and federal court against claims involving:
If you are licensed to practice in California, have at least three of experience in litigation, and are interested in learning more about joining the Saber Law Group team, we invite you to submit your cover letter, resume and a writing sample. Compensation for this position includes an annual base salary from $165,000 to $245,000 and the possibility of earning productivity and merit-based bonuses as well as bonuses for business development. Saber Law Group offers competitive benefits and a collaborative, hybrid work environment. We look forward to meeting you!
A boutique law firm located in downtown San Francisco’s financial district is looking for a Legal Secretary to join our expanding practice! This full-time position provides direct litigation and executive assistance supporting shareholders and at least one other attorney on our litigation team. The ideal candidate should have 5+ years of working experience as a litigation legal assistant. This position offers a broad range of responsibilities requiring litigation and administrative skills. Responsibilities will include court filings, creating and editing pleadings, and litigation client file maintenance. You will also assist in maintaining all aspects of the attorneys’ practices through effective communications, prioritization, calendaring, phone coverage, records management, time entry, and coordinating meetings and travel. Strong organizational skills, high customer service focus, proficient technical skills (including WORD, EXCEL, and PowerPoint), and the ability to multitask are essential. The ability to be a flexible team player and work with different levels of employees, as well as clients, is a must. Working well under pressure, a professional demeanor, good judgment, self-starting, and excellent written and verbal communication skills are necessary, as well as reliability, punctuality, and good attendance. Compensation is $45-58/hour, depending on experience. This position requires two days per week in-office work, with remote work available the other three days after the initial training period. If you are interested in applying for this position, please submit your resume and a cover letter.
A boutique law firm located in downtown San Francisco’s financial district is looking for a Paralegal to join our expanding practice! This position provides direct support to attorneys and legal staff. The ideal candidate should have 8+ years of working experience as a paralegal or legal secretary. This person should also have a thorough knowledge of legal terminology, legal principles, practices, and research techniques. The ideal candidate is expected to be able to assist our legal team with calendaring, court filings, online legal research, document productions, and preparing shell documents for pleadings, discovery, motions, and other documents as needed. Good interpersonal skills, reliability, punctuality, and good attendance are also necessary. Knowledge of Westlaw and one or more document review platforms is required. Compensation: $50-70/hour, depending on experience. This position requires an individual to have a paralegal certificate, to be able to efficiently multi-task, be detail and results-oriented, have excellent organization and time-management skills, and will require being in our office at least two days each work week with remote work up to three days after the initial training period. If you are interested in applying for this position, please submit your resume and a cover letter.
Saber Law Group is looking for two to three highly qualified rising 3L candidates interested in litigation and/or employment law for our Summer Program (10 weeks, June through August). In our Summer Program you will be given substantive research and writing assignments in a variety of practice areas including employment law, commercial litigation and employment advice and counseling, as well as opportunities to participate in client meetings, negotiations, court hearings, depositions, and other real-world law firm work experiences.
We believe in cultivating the talent of tomorrow. As a result, while we have a hybrid work model, Summer Associates should plan to be in office at least three days each week for mentorship and collaborating with attorneys and staff. Candidates will also be considered for part-time law clerk positions for the remainder of the school year. Those graduating candidates who have completed our Summer Program may also be considered for full time associate positions following passage of the bar examination. Summer Associates receive a $30,000 stipend paid over the course of the 10-week program. Part-time law clerks are paid an hourly rate of $70.00.
Candidates must have excellent law school and undergraduate academic credentials. Strong writing, analytical and communication skills are required. Law review, journal participation, moot court and/or demonstrated relevant employment experience are preferred. Candidates should have demonstrated connections or interest in starting their legal career in Northern California. Please submit your cover letter, resume, entire 1L and 2L first semester transcripts (unofficial is acceptable) and a brief writing sample. In your cover letter, please explain your interest in litigation and/or employment law.
We accept applications each Fall.
For all positions, submit your resume with a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org, with title of position in the Subject line.
Depending on the role, the actual base pay offered may depend upon a variety of factors, including without limitation, the qualifications of the individual applicant for the position, years of relevant experience, level of education attained, certifications or other professional licenses held, and if applicable, the location in which the applicant lives and/or from which they will be performing the job.