Corporate M&A - Associate (Mid-Level) - MIA

Attorney Miami, FL


Description

Greenberg Traurig has an excellent opportunity for an M&A Associate to join the Corporate Practice of our Miami office. We offer competitive compensation and an excellent benefits package.

The ideal candidate will have 3-5 years of significant experience in corporate transactions with an emphasis on public and private M&A, including private equity.

Candidates must have a strong working knowledge of acquisition agreements and the other documentation used in complex M&A and private equity transactions and proficiency in drafting the same. This position requires a candidate with strong interpersonal skills, a high degree of maturity and a proven willingness to accept significant responsibility and manage a challenging workload within a fast-paced environment. Strong academic credentials and writing skills are essential.

Additional requirements: Well-versed in the mechanics of leading an M&A transaction from inception to closing; experience leading due diligence teams; general corporate and corporate governance experience; ability to work effectively as part of a team across practice areas and a willingness to train junior associates. Candidates must be admitted to the Florida Bar or eligible for admission to the Florida Bar.

For consideration, please submit your resume, official transcript(s), and one or two writing samples in PDF format.

*Submissions from search firms will only be accepted through our web portal for third party submissions; for access, contact Joan-Liz Painson.

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