Private Practice

US-Qualified Corporate Associate

US-Qualified Corporate Associate

  • We currently have an opening for a US qualified corporate associate attorney (4 PQE) with solid experience to join our growing team in London. A good level of M&A and Capital Markets experience is essential.
  • To advance our position as one of the world’s leading international business law firms, we build close relationships with our clients in order to serve them more effectively across our global platform.
  • You should be admitted to the Bar in the USA, and have obtained a Juris Doctor from a reputable US Law School.
  • Experience in corporate M&A and capital markets is essential, including relevant experience gained within the US.
  • Experience of acting for Private Equity houses will be an advantage.

Mayer Brown International LLP

Mayer Brown is a distinctively global law firm, uniquely positioned to advise the world’s leading companies and financial institutions on their most complex deals and disputes. With extensive reach across four continents, we are the only integrated law firm in the world with approximately 200 lawyers in each of the world’s three largest financial centers—New York, London and Hong Kong—the backbone of the global economy.

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