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Location Washington - Seattle
Job ID VS86184238
Litigation - General/Commercial
Seattle office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks associate attorney with litigation experience. The candidate should have completed a federal judicial clerkship.
This firm's massive team of nearly 800 attorneys specializes in areas of law including Healthcare, Sports Litigation, Entertainment & Media Law, Cyber Security and more. With over 20 offices around the world in places like Brussels, Paris, Chicago, Moscow, Silicon Valley, Munich and more. This large firm was founded nearly three decades ago.
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