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SENIOR ASSOCIATE ATTORNEY San Diego-based securities law transactional firm seeks Sr. Associate Atty. Must have 10 years of experience in federal, state, FINRA securities law matters, including corporate law and private fund formations, and be admitted to CA bar. Strong communications and writing skills essential. Partner tract oppty, competitive compensation & relocation considered. Submit cover letter, resume, salary history to SENIOR ASSOCIATE ATTORNEY Nationally recognized San Diego-based securities law firm, which focuses exclusively on corporate and securities law transactional matters, seeks senior associate attorney to immediately join its sophisticated and challenging practice. This candidate must have hands-on experience in federal and state securities law and be admitted to the CA bar. Experience in FINRA matters a plus. Outstanding communication, project management, client service, dedication to quality, strong work ethic, ability to work proactively and independently and ability to understand and communicate complex facts and legal issues are essential. This position requires extensive knowledge and focus on general business and corporate law matters, including private fund formations. Ten years of experience preferred with competitive partnership tract opportunity. Excellent writing skills required. Salary: Competitive compensation and annual bonus potential. Relocation expenses will be considered. Please submit cover letter, resume, writing sample, transcript and salary history to

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