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Antitrust Litigation Associate

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Law Firm

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Date Last Verified

Sep 16, 2021

Valid Through

Dec 30, 2021

Posted on

Nov 24, 2020

Years of Experience

4-5 yrs required


New York City, NY, United States

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Practice Area
Antitrust and Competition >> Antitrust and Competition
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Antitrust Litigation Associate
The candidate must have 4-5 years of experience. Should have experience in antitrust counseling and M&A including governmental litigation with the DOJ, FTC, and Attorneys General. Will work with attorneys in firm's nationwide litigation practice group. Must have excellent academic credentials, strong research, and writing skills. Bar admission is required.

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Submit application with cover letter, resume, transcript, and writing sample.

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Abigail Berger
Legal Recruiting Specialist
Buchanan Ingersoll Rooney PC
620 Eighth Avenue
23rd Floor
New York City, NY 10018


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