Arnold & Porter's dynamic and growing Technology Transactions Practice Group is seeking mid-level to senior associates for its San Francisco, Silicon Valley, Denver, and Los Angeles offices.
The Technology Transactions practice handles complex, innovative technology transactions for prominent technology, life sciences, consumer products, and entertainment companies.
Qualified applicants for this position must have a minimum of three years of experience handling transactional matters with a focus on intellectual property and technology transactions; strong research, writing, and analytic skills; an ability to work independently and creatively; and an ability to work successfully as part of a team. Applicants with technology or life sciences sector experience are preferred. An undergraduate or advanced degree or work experience in computer science, electrical engineering, or other technology-related fields of study is strongly preferred. This opportunity is ideal for the intellectually curious applicant who enjoys working on cutting-edge technologies and wishes to further their career in a collegial environment. All applicants must have excellent academic credentials and references.
Our technology transactions group is dynamic, close-knit, flexible, and welcoming. Partners in the group put in the effort to elevate associates and provide them with opportunities for growth. Applicants must currently be licensed, or eligible to become licensed, to practice law in the jurisdiction(s) where they apply.
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