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The Boston office of Hogan Lovells seeks an outstanding M&A lawyer with a minimum of four years' experience to join our active and growing M&A practice representing public and private company clients on cross-border and domestic transactions in a broad range of industries, with an emphasis on transactions in the technology, life sciences and healthcare sectors. The ideal candidate will have in-depth experience in: drafting and negotiating purchase agreements and other transaction documents relating to acquisitions of privately held companies; overseeing due diligence investigations of acquisition targets; and interacting effectively with sophisticated client management teams. Applicants should be familiar with the application of the federal securities laws to M&A transactions and with Delaware jurisprudence relating to directors' responsibilities in the M&A area. Experience in working with technology and life sciences companies is also desirable. A strong work ethic and comfort working and interacting with large deal teams on complex transactions is required. Associates at this level are expected to be prepared to devote substantial time to continuing to develop their transactional M&A skills and expertise and to training junior M&A associates. A strong desire and ability to integrate into a collegial team environment is critical.

Alternative work arrangements are available for this position, including a flexible hybrid working arrangement.

A resume or CV is a must for our application system. We also encourage you to include a cover letter to tell us why you are interested in this position and a law school transcript (or the equivalent). Candidates for lawyer opportunities in the U.S. must have a law degree from an ABA-accredited law school and be a member of the Bar in the United States.

Hogan Lovells is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, genetic information or protected Veteran status.