Associate, Antitrust Litigation

Practice Area

Law Firm


New York, San Francisco, Washington, DC

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Do you zealously aspire to advance your legal career in antitrust litigation? Are you a resilient attorney energized by resolving intricate antitrust concerns for your clients? If your dedication to excellence resonates with our vision, we invite you on an enriching journey filled with professional growth and outstanding opportunities.

Our client, an Am Law 50 firm, seeks antitrust litigation associates with 4-7 years of experience to support its rapidly expanding practice. Join a globally top-ranked antitrust and competition practice representing some of the world's leading multinational companies. You'll play a pivotal role in coordinating clients through the labyrinth of global antitrust mechanisms, ensuring their mergers receive the requisite approvals while successfully addressing any objections from lawsuits and enforcement agencies. Benefit from the firm's innovative strategic solutions, known for handling multifaceted antitrust issues with accuracy, detail, and distinctive proficiency.

Don't miss out on this opportunity to become part of a thriving practice within one of the world's largest, highly esteemed law firms.

The ideal candidate will possess the following required skills and experiences:

  • Minimum of four years of antitrust litigation experience.
  • A strong understanding of antitrust laws and regulations, including specific provisions and applicable court rulings.
  • Outstanding analytical and research skills to effectively evaluate complex legal issues, identify antitrust violations, and develop winning strategies for clients.
  •  Superior writing and communication skills to draft clear and persuasive legal documents, such as complaints, motions, and briefs. Ability to effectively present arguments in courtroom settings or negotiations.
  • Sound strategic judgment to construct effective legal procedures for skillfully guiding investigations, litigations, and merger reviews.
  • An astute business insight, familiarity with antitrust issues' commercial backdrop, and a robust understanding of economic principles and industry norms to deliver prudent legal advice to clients.