Job #1241

Private Equity Associate

The Chicago office of our Am Law 100 client is seeking an Illinois bar admitted associate to join their Private Equity practice group. The ideal candidate will have 4-6 years of experience (preferably at a national law firm) working on private equity-backed acquisition finance transactions, leveraged buyouts, equity investments, restructurings and workouts. This is a great opportunity to join a dynamic and growing finance practice group.

Chicago, IL

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Job #1070

Bankruptcy (Junior To Mid-Level)

The Chicago office of our international law firm client is seeking an Illinois bar admitted attorney with, ideally, 2-4 years of experience in creditors' rights, bankruptcy and related litigation. The ideal candidate will have done loan workouts, receiverships, judicial and non-judicial foreclosures, and other remedies against commercial borrowers; be familiar with Chapter 11 on the debtor or creditor side, debtor in possession financing, and general bankruptcy law; and have had substantial motion and discovery practice experience. Any trial experience a plus. This is a great opportunity to be part of a growing, collegial and well-respected bankruptcy practice group.

Chicago, IL

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