Private Practice

US Tax Associate

US Tax Associate

  • Exciting opportunity for an NQ U.S. attorney to practise U.S. tax law on the U.S. tax desk in London
  • Part of the London Tax Team, you'll be working directly with the Senior Partner in charge
  • Broad range of work, including cross-border M&A and advising institutional investors entering private investment funds
  • Applications from UK-trained solicitors with U.S. Tax LLM degree are welcomed
  • Our practice won the 'US Tax Firm of the Year in Europe' in the 2014 International Tax Review European Tax Awards

DLA Piper UK LLP

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