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Description: International/French/Russian

Position: Associate

Notes: Firm is seeking an associate with 2-4 years of experience practicing international law, with a focus on international arbitration and corporate business. Fluency in Russian and French is preferred.

Nationally recognized, 90+ attorney law firm operating out of three U.S. locations. The firm represents clients ranging from Fortune 500 corporations to small, privately held enterprises, both in the Mid-Atlantic Region and on a national basis in a variety of practice areas.

Years Experience: (2 - 4)

Specialty:

Bar Requirements: New York

Language: French, Russian

Location: USA - NY - New York

Date Opened: 07/14/2020

Code: 4507076

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