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Associate Attorney (general Civil Litigation, Contracts, Entertainment And Sports)

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Law Firm

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Aug 15, 2021

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Nov 28, 2021

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Jul 15, 2019


Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Contract Law >> Contract Law
Entertainment and New Media >> Entertainment and New Media
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Associate Attorney (General Civil Litigation, Contracts, Entertainment and Sports)
The candidate work on Litigation, arbitration, mediation, settlement conference, contract procurement and contract review. Interpersonal communication skills are a must, as there is substantial interaction with clientele. Marketing of the firm to prospective clients will be encouraged under the mentoring of top level management. Applicants that have participated in one of our previous Internship programs are highly encouraged to apply.

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Law Offices of Amir Sam Dibaei
12121 Wilshire Blvd
Suite 525
Los Angeles, CA 90025


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