Description:Job Description Summary:
Fenwick's corporate group provides services to technology and life sciences companies at all stages of development, from early start-ups to global publicly traded corporations. We have one of the premier technology mergers and acquisitions practices in the world and were recently honored as the 2022 Technology M&A Law Firm of the Year by Global M&A Network. Chambers USA recognizes Fenwick among the top M&A practices nationwide, and further Fenwick is also ranked in the highest tier nationally for middle-market M&A by The Legal 500. In recent years, the firm has completed over $750 billion worth of transactions, including effecting significant acquisition programs for leading serial acquirers, as well as successful strategic exits for prominent unicorns.
We are seeking a mid-level associate corporate attorney with substantial M&A experience for any of our offices in the Bay Area (Silicon Valley or San Francisco), Seattle, Santa Monica or New York. Ideal candidates will have 3-4 years of M&A experience at a leading corporate firm. Candidates must be an active Bar member of the jurisdiction in which they will be working. Superior academic credentials and excellent oral, written and interpersonal skills are required. Experience with, or affinity for, technology and/or life sciences companies is a positive.
CA bar preferred, but not required. Please apply online and include a cover letter, resume, deal sheet, and law school transcript.
By applying to this job requisition, you are applying to the San Francisco office only.
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Benefits and Compensation Details:
At Fenwick, we believe that our partners and employees are our most important asset. Helping you and your families achieve and maintain good health - physical, emotional, and financial - is the reason we offer a comprehensive benefit program. We provide benefits to eligible employees under plans such as Healthcare, Life Insurance, Health Savings Accounts, Flexible Spending Accounts, and Wellbeing.
The anticipated range for this position is:
$250,000 - $295,000
Depending on the role, the actual base salary offered may depend upon a variety of factors, including without limitation, the qualifications of the individual applicant for the position, years of relevant experience, level of education attained, certifications or other professional licenses held, and if applicable, the location in which the applicant lives and/or from which they will be performing the job.
A discretionary bonus for eligible employees may also be available based on performance. Additional information about employee eligibility for benefits and discretionary bonus will be made available upon request.