Stinson LLP is seeking an Associate with three to five years of experience to join the Corporate Finance Division in our Dallas office.
Qualifications Required: Active Texas attorney license required. Qualified candidates will have three to five years of relevant experience (as described below), possess excellent academic credentials, and have strong writing, analytical, organizational, leadership and communication skills.
Relevant experience includes experience in connection with (1) mergers and acquisitions, (2) securities law compliance/capital markets, (3) venture capital, (4) private equity, and (5) corporate governance. More specifically, candidates should have some experience with the following:
• Serving in a junior associate or mid-level associate capacity with respect to merger and acquisition transactions,
• Serving in a junior associate or mid-level associate capacity with respect to venture capital investment transactions,
• Serving in a junior associate or mid-level associate capacity with respect to private equity investment/leveraged buy-out transactions,
• Reviewing and providing advice with respect to Forms 10-K, 10-Q and 8-K, as well as proxy statements,
• Providing advice on corporate governance matters,
• Serving in a junior associate or lead associate capacity with respect to public and/or private offerings of equity and debt securities.
Please upload a resume with your law school class rank listed if available, cover letter, unofficial law school transcript, and a writing sample. For questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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