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Job of the Week: Securities Law Heats Up in the District

As the Feds continue to crack down on corporate bribery, corruption, and fraud, many of the top firms have seen big growth with their Securities teams. The need to navigate complex securities laws and rules of corporate governance is no easy task, which is why the best of the best are sought after by some of the nations biggest and best firms. Whether it’s issuers, private companies, accounting firms, hedge funds, or a variety of other market participants, experienced lawyers are sought to counsel and advocate for a firm’s clients on proceedings initiated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). If you’re a top attorney with experience handling complex matters involving the SEC, both domestic and international, and looking for a new and exciting opportunity, this week’s Job of the Week may be the one you’ve been waiting for.

Position: Senior Securities Enforcement Partner

Description: The Washington, D.C. office of an Am Law 100 firm is looking for a Senior Securities Enforcement attorney to head the practice for the entire firm. Ideally, the candidate has held or currently holds a high-level position at the SEC and has extensive experience with both domestic and international matters. The firm works with some of the world’s most respected and well-established banks and businesses, as well as start-up visionaries, governments, and state-owned entities. Profits per equity partner are an impressive $1.5 million.

Location: Washington, D.C.

This opportunity is brought to you by Larry Latourette, the Executive Director of Partner Practice. To apply for this opportunity, please register at Lateral Link. You can also reach out to Larry directly via email at If you are a Lateral Link member already, see position #13146.