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Mid-level Litigation and Enforcement Associate Attorney

Washington, Dist. Columbia   |   Expired

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Job Description


JOB REFERENCE NUMBER 1ZCC168016
LOCATION
District of Columbia - Washington
COUNTRY
United States

Washington D.C. office of an AmLaw firm seeks mid-level litigation and enforcement associate attorney with 3-5 years of experience in internal and government investigations, anti-corruption and international risk matters, matters involving white-collar, money laundering, fraud, risk assessment and regulatory work, and/or complex commercial litigation matters. The candidate should preferably have experience with global anti-bribery laws, including the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977 (FCPA), UK Bribery Act, trade sanctions, export control, anti-money laundering, and private equity or sovereign investor transactions. Should be highly capable of managing a broad range of internal and external investigation tasks, including conducting interviews, interfacing with clients, advising on strategy and managing associate teams. International travel is expected. Large law firm experience is preferred. "This firm loves its Harvard Law graduates and has the pedigree and New England roots to prove it. Most well known for its corporate practice, this firm has established and developed a DC practice that truly expands the areas of expertise among this firm's cities. Known for being more formal than other firms, the associates are very well compensated and receive good work. Partners get mentoring and providing opportunities for client contact. If you can get through the door here, this opportunity, especially for front page mergers and acquisitions and securities work, is unmatched. Known as the best firm in Boston, you'd better have a high GPA, or you're wasting your time."Additional Skills: The candidate should have superlative academic credentials. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including fluency in Spanish and/or Portuguese, is required.