Corporate Associate Attorney (Senior) - DE

Attorney Wilmington, DE


Corporate & Securities Practice - Associate (Senior) - Delaware

Greenberg Traurig, a global law firm, currently has an excellent full-time employment opportunity for a Senior Associate in the Corporate Practice of our Delaware office. We offer competitive compensation and an excellent benefits package.


Practice Summary:

Our Corporate and Securities Practice focuses on the business objectives of our clients. We utilize the depth of our experience and resources to help clients achieve their goals notwithstanding the constantly changing business landscape. We believe that no other law firm offers corporate clients the combined benefits of local presence and global resources. We may be next door, but our reach extends to everywhere our clients want or need to be. From raising capital, to doing deals, to complying with regulations, to managing risk, to implementing best practices, our cumulative experience is extraordinary, and our commitment to service is unmatched.


Job Requirements:

Candidates must have 5-7 years corporate experience and a strong working knowledge of general private company transactions such as merger and acquisitions, stock purchases, private equity and venture capital firm investments, as well as financings. Excellent academic credentials and the ability to concisely and effectively communicate complex matters in oral and written form are required. Prior experience working in a major law firm or reputable corporate practice is preferred. Must be admitted to the Delaware Bar.

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