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Transactions Senior Associate/Junior Partner

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Organization Type

Law Firm

Job Type


Date Last Verified

Feb 19, 2021

Valid Through

Jun 04, 2021

Posted on

Jun 21, 2019

Years of Experience

5-10 yrs required


Memphis, TN, United States

Employment Type



Practice Area
Corporate >> Corporate - M&A
Corporate >> Corporate - Securities and Capital Markets
Real Estate >> Real Estate
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Transactions Senior Associate/Junior Partner
The candidate should have 5-10 years of corporate and securities experience (M&A, financings) commercial real estate transactional experience. Should be able to pass TN bar. Should be graduated in the top 15% of their law school class and have a strong interest in doing transactional work. MBA or a couple of years or more of work in a business setting between undergrad and law school is preferred.

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Company info

Hiring Coordinator
Wyatt Tarrant & Combs LLP
The Renaissance Center
1715 Aaron Brenner Drive , Suite 800
Memphis, TN 38120


"Treating Everyone Like Family"

Current Employee - Reviewed on September 09, 2017

The firm is successful and I hope it continues to be so, however it might lose some of the charm it has if it doesn't stick to the goals given to the staff. I think that dividing up multiple goals among the staff might help in the long run of making us all not run around at times trying to figure out what we should be doing.

Pros : Everyone here has a chance to succeed. There are so many opportunities that the attorneys give to any staff interested in to grow and learn under them. It really is refreshing to be able to learn more skills and have staff that works here supporting you with pride as you learn. We are all like a family here and it shows when attorneys treat staff and clients like family.
Cons : The firm can be a little wish-washy with goals. Sometimes the goals will be one thing with a case, then get changed an hour later making it hard to focus on what needs to be done.
Current or former employee? : Current Employee