Knowledge Management Attorney - Private Funds
The New York office of Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP is seeking to hire an experienced private funds attorney to develop and maintain the knowledge strategy for the Private Funds practice group and implement projects to meet the group’s knowledge management and development needs. The Private Funds Group KM Attorney’s responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, the following; create, develop, and maintain the practice group’s collection of precedents and research materials; monitoring developments in the legal and business environment in order to keep the practice group and clients up-to-date and identify opportunities for practice and business development; manage database of fund terms and trends; manage knowledge-related awareness and training initiatives within practice group; seek out and test technology solutions for client work and knowledge management; work with practice group members and related business support functions to support business development opportunities. The ideal candidate will have a JD or LL.M. or equivalent, at least 5-8 years of experience, and is a self-starter.
Mid-Level Associate - Debt Finance
The New York office of Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP is seeking to hire an associate for our Debt Finance Practice. The ideal candidate will have 3-6 years of relevant work experience, the ability to manage complex borrower-side financing lending transactions for high grade and/or leveraged borrowers, as well as excellent credentials.
Mid-Level Associate - M&A
The New York office of Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP is seeking to hire a stellar mid-level associate for our Mergers & Acquisitions practice, focusing on acquisitions, divestitures, mergers and joint ventures, private equity funds, and financial institutions. Candidates should have experience as a lead associate managing transactions and drafting definitive agreements as well as knowledge handling all other aspects of a transaction. The ideal candidate should have a minimum 3 years of M&A experience, be admitted to the New York Bar, and have excellent credentials.
Mid-Level Associate - Private Funds
The New York office of Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP is seeking to hire an associate for our Private Funds Practice. The practice is one of the most well-regarded funds practices in the world, including being recognized as a leading firm by industry publications such as Chambers, Legal 500 and Law360, and its rapid but steady growth provides significant opportunities for associates to grow within the firm. The group represents a broad range of clients, including some of the most elite and sophisticated GPs and LPs as well as mid-market firms, entrepreneurs and other new entrants in the field. The practice is involved in all aspects of private funds, including fundraising, co-investments, secondary transactions, and other fund-related matters, providing associates with a well-rounded experience and strong foundations for future success. In addition to its reputation, strong client base and diverse practice, the group is warm and welcoming, with a focus on culture, collegiality and associate well-being. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 4 years of experience representing Private Fund sponsors and LPs in fund formation as well as excellent credentials and be admitted to practice in the state of New York.
Mid-Level Associate - Tax
The New York office of Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP is seeking to hire an associate for our Tax Practice. The ideal candidate will have 4 or more years of relevant work experience with significant transactional experience including M&A and Private Equity tax work, as well as excellent credentials.
The New York Office of Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP seeks to hire a Pro Bono Attorney. Working as part of the firm’s dedicated Pro Bono team, including the Director of Pro Bono – U.S., the Pro Bono Immigration Attorney and other pro bono specialists, the Pro Bono Attorney will assist in the overall management and development of the firm’s pro bono program. Additionally, the Pro Bono Attorney will support the development of the firm’s litigation-focused pro bono projects, casework and knowledge management resources. The individual will work closely with relevant stakeholders internally and externally to manage existing pro bono litigation initiatives and launch new initiatives that build on the core strengths of the firm in the New York and D.C. offices, bring those initiatives to successful execution, and provide support and guidance to volunteer attorneys and partner supervisors along the way.
The ideal candidate will have a minimum of five years of litigation experience in a law firm and/or legal services organization (and preferably both), with strong and demonstrated experience in litigation (unrelated to immigration work) that is germane to the firm’s pro bono practice. Expertise/experience in racial justice work a plus. Applicants must demonstrate a willingness to engage with clients, volunteer attorneys and staff and pro bono partners with compassion while advancing cases and causes that improve quality of life, pursue individual and collective justice and result in impactful change. A J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school admission to the New York Bar is required.
Staff Attorney - Private Clients
Lawyers in the firm’s private clients practice appreciate our clients’ complex and highly personalized needs. We help our clients protect and administer family wealth and plan for the transmission of wealth to family members and charities. The firm prides itself on the ability to provide sophisticated but practical tax advice integrated into sensitive, confidential estate plans reflective of our clients’ family, charitable and business objectives.
Our practice includes:
- Estate and tax planning
- Administration of trusts and estates
- Family businesses
- Premarital and marital agreements
- Family law – separation and divorce
- Family disputes
- Planning for retirement and disability
- Private investments
- Transactions involving residential real estate, art, boats and aircraft
- Family charities and charitable giving
Job Responsibilities: Estate and trust administration and basic estate planning - including the preparation of probate and administration proceeding papers, estate administration including collection and valuation of assets, payment of debts and bequests, preparation and filing of federal and state estate tax returns, preparation of informal estate and trust accountings, administration of ongoing trusts, including distribution requests, income tax payments, review of Form 1041’s prepared by outside accountants, preparation of receipt and release agreements, fiduciary appointments and tax planning, preparation of basic estate planning documents such as wills and trusts. As the candidate’s experience grows the responsibilities of the job will also expand.
Required Qualifications: The ideal candidate should have 5 or more years of trusts and estates experience and be comfortable with using math and excel. Must have a J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school and be admitted to the New York Bar.