Corporate Associate

Brown Rudnick - Boston/New York
28 Feb 2019

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Company overview:

At Brown Rudnick, we combine ingenuity with experience to achieve great outcomes for our clients. We 
deliver partner-driven service; we incentivize our lawyers to collaborate in the client’s best interest; and 
we put excellence before scale, focusing on practices such as life sciences, corporate restructuring, 
M&A, white collar defense, international disputes and intellectual property, where we are recognized 
leaders. We have more than 250 lawyers and government relations professionals across the United 
States and Europe, with offices in key financial centers. Beyond the United States and Europe, we serve 
clients in the Middle East, North Africa, the Caribbean and Latin America. 

Role overview:

Brown Rudnick is seeking a highly qualified mid-level (3rd – 4th year) associate to join the Corporate group in its Boston, MA and New York, NY offices. Candidates must have experience working directly with clients and managing substantial components of a broad range of corporate and transactional matters. The group represents hedge funds, middle market companies, portfolio companies of private equity and hedge funds, and both public and private clients. The ideal candidate will have sophisticated experience with life sciences clients and cross-border transactions. Work includes mergers and acquisitions, debt and equity financings, corporate governance and securities. Position offers the opportunity to assume significant responsibility and career growth potential.

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