Hawkins Delafield & Wood LLP is seeking an associate attorney with 1-4 years of experience in one or more of the following areas: public finance, project finance, secured transactions, corporate finance, or securitization finance. The position will be in our national public finance practice group, with specialization in financings for nonprofit organizations nationwide, in addition to debt securities, bank lending, and other capital markets transactions representing government agencies, investment banking firms, and a variety of nonprofit institutions, including hospitals, health care systems and other health care organizations, cultural institutions and university, secondary schools and other educational institutions. The position will be located in our Newark, New Jersey office. Preference for candidates who are admitted to practice and in good standing with the bar of the State of New Jersey. Will consider candidates who are currently eligible for admission to the bar of the State of New Jersey pursuant to the NJ bar rules for Uniform Bar Exam Score Transfer admission and candidates whose admission is currently pending with the bar of the State of New Jersey. Additional bar admissions in New York, Pennsylvania or other jurisdictions are preferred.
All candidates should include a resume and cover letter.
Hawkins Delafield & Wood LLP is the only national law firm in the United States whose practice is devoted primarily to public finance, and is a national leader in financings for universities and colleges, secondary schools and hospitals and healthcare systems.
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