The Washington, DC office of Baker McKenzie LLP seeks associates with two to five years of antitrust experience.
At Baker McKenzie LLP, we are different in the way we think, work and behave - like no other firm and few other businesses. With more than 4,100 locally admitted lawyers in 78 offices worldwide, we have a passionately collaborative community of 60 nationalities and are committed to world-class career development. Baker McKenzie can offer you both the uncompromising commitment to excellence expected of a top firm and a distinctive way of thinking, working and behaving - as a passionately global and genuinely collaborative firm.
Our Global Antitrust and Competition Group is the world’s largest antitrust practice, with over 300 antitrust attorneys worldwide. We annually are honored as a Top Five “Global Elite” antitrust law firm by Global Competition Review, with a deep bench of antitrust experts in every major jurisdiction that has active antitrust enforcement. In the United States, the antitrust attorneys are also part of the 160-lawyer North America Litigation and Government Enforcement group. Baker McKenzie’s North America antitrust team has recently been growing to meet client demands.
The vibrant practice, centered in Washington, DC, has an expanding portfolio of antitrust litigation, merger clearance matters, cartel investigations, and cutting-edge counseling and advisory work. We are engaged on antitrust matters for some of the world's leading multinational clients.
The ideal candidate will have two to five years of experience in antitrust, either in a law firm or government environment. We welcome candidates with experience and interest in antitrust litigation (governmental and private), cartel defense, and/or merger control. Prior federal judicial clerkship experience is a plus.
Please include a cover letter, transcripts, a writing sample and resume with your application. The candidate must have the ability to function smoothly in a global team environment with culturally diverse team members. Must be admitted to and a member in good standing of the Washington, DC bar or eligible to waive in to the Washington, DC bar.