Exciting, internationally-focused role specialising within the capital markets division of a top US firm based in Sydney
About the companyThis leading global US firm is built on employing excellent lawyers who are keen to develop their skills and become leading practitioners in their chosen field of expertise. Their work providing advice to some of the leading publicly listed and private US, Australian and international companies means their lawyers have access to some of the highest quality work in the Australian and international legal markets. About the roleThe growing Sydney team is looking for a strong, US Qualified lawyer to join their Corporate and Capital Markets team to work on US securities, Rule 144A transactions, capital raisings (equity and debt) and cross border M&A work. You will join a high-performing, close knit and friendly team and will have access to high-quality international work under the leading partners in the market. Our client is happy to consider junior Australian qualified candidates who are not US qualified, but have worked on cross-border equity or debt deals in Australia that have included a US offer. For those individuals based in Australia, who do not hold a US qualification but would like to take the New York bar exam, our client is willing to relocate successful candidates to New York after completing two years with the firm locally in AustraliaSkills and experience
Internationally-focused Associate position within the capital markets division of a top US firm based in Sydney
Utilise your strong Capital Markets experience to support high profile clientele at a top tier global law firm.
Dynamic position available for a Senior Associate/Senior Lawyer to join a top tier firm in the corporate M&A team
Lawyers in the UK are less likely to be working flexibly
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