International Trade Associate Attorney Job in Washington, DC - 213007 | BCGSearch.com

International Trade Associate Attorney

Type Full-Time

Location District of Columbia - Washington

Job ID 7GZS213007

Skills International Trade

2021-06-07 23:33:09

Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks associate attorney with 1-5 years of experience. The candidate should have interest, through either coursework or workplace experience, in administrative law, international trade, and/or litigation.

The candidate should have strong writing and quantitative skills.

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