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£110K+£120K+Benefits & Bonus$400,000- $480,000 + Benefits & Bonus                    

 NYC or Washington DC    

Ref: 4016D


Our Client is a Top Tier International law firm with offices in Washington, D.C. and New York City and a rapidly growing corporate governance practice, highly regarded for its depth of expertise and proactive approach to addressing complex regulatory issues. It is now seeking to recruit a high calibre Of Counsel with the remit to; 

  • Provide expert advice on corporate governance matters to clients
  • Interpret and apply securities laws, stock exchange corporate governance standards, and proxy advisory firm policies
  • Draft and review bylaws, governance policies, and codes of conduct
  • Stay abreast of developments in corporate governance best practices and regulations.


You must have a JD from an accredited law school and admission to the bar in Washington, DC or New York (or have the ability to waive in) with 8 or more years of experience in corporate governance from a major National or International law firm (sorry, not small firm or in house however relevant). This must include a strong understanding of securities laws, stock exchange  practices & regulation, corporate governance principles and codes of conduct (please ensure your resume includes full reference to demonstrable experience of such)   

So, if that sounds like you, then please send your details to our MD, David Symes FCA at (including a contact number &  email) however please note we cannot reply to all applications, so only successful applications will be contacted (although under no circumstances are your details ever passed on without your specific permission).



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