Private Practice

US Qualified Corporate Lawyer, London

US Qualified Corporate Lawyer, London

  • Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe is looking to hire a US qualified lawyer to join the London office's Technology Companies Practice Group
  • The successful candidate will have an undergraduate degree and a J.D. from a US law school. They will be US qualified and will have gained some post qualification experience in a top Corporate practice.
  • Experience in assisting and advising emerging companies and investors in venture capital transactions, venture debt transactions, public offerings and cross border M&A is desirable.
  • The role is an excellent opportunity for those looking to build on their experience and get exposure to high level work from day one.
  • Your excellent written and communication skills with a keen attention to detail, will be matched by your excellent interpersonal and listening skills.

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