Consumer Financial Services Transactional Associate - Mid-Level - Seattle, New York, Los Angeles, or Washington, D.C.
Davis Wright Tremaine LLP seeks a mid-level associate attorney with at least three years of experience to join its Consumer Financial Services Practice Group. The group is collegial, fast paced and provides excellent opportunities for professional development and promotion. Experience in financial services transactions, including credit card program agreements, loyalty coalition agreements, payment processing agreements, and technology and licensing agreements is preferred but not required. Qualified candidates must have experience with drafting complex commercial agreements. Excellent academic credentials are required.
The position will be for the Seattle, New York City, Los Angeles, or Washington, D.C. office. Candidates licensed to practice in Washington, New York, California, or Washington, D.C. are preferred.
To apply, upload a cover letter addressed to Bahareh Samanian, Director of Lawyer Recruiting, indicating which office you are primarily interested in; resume; law school transcript; and a brief writingsample (10 pages max).
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