Healthcare Corporate Associate - Junior or Mid-Level - Seattle
Davis Wright Tremaine’s Healthcare M&A practice is seeking associates with a minimum of two years of law firm experience in mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and other significant business transactions and interest in healthcare M&A. The ideal candidate will be able to work with our team on large and complex transactions and to second-chair smaller transactions. Experience working on M&A in healthcare services and healthcare technology is preferred.
We seek candidates who will fit well with our Healthcare M&A team, each of whom has a combination of experience in M&A, the healthcare industry and regulatory issues. Candidates should have healthcare experience or be willing to commit at least half of their practice to develop healthcare experience with the team.
Candidates must have excellent academic credentials and transactional skills. We prefer candidates with law firm experience, an entrepreneurial mindset, a strong client-service ethic and outstanding interpersonal skills. Active membership in the California State Bar or Washington State Bar is preferred. All replies confidential.
To apply, please upload a cover letter addressed to Bahareh Samanian, Director of Lawyer Recruiting; resume; deal sheet and law school transcript. Please specify how you heard about this position.
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