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Current Openings

We welcome hearing from highly qualified candidates interested in Delaware practice.  To be considered for attorney positions, please submit your cover letter, resume, and law school transcripts to Margaret Whiteman Greecher, Director of Recruiting and Associate Development at , with a copy to our Legal Recruiting Coordinator, Stacey Funk, at .

Junior-Level Bankruptcy Associates

Young Conaway’s nationally recognized Bankruptcy and Corporate Restructuring Section seeks motivated junior-level attorneys to join its multi-faceted insolvency practice. Associates will work closely with firm attorneys, co-counsel, and clients to provide guidance, advice, and litigation support in both in- and out-of-court complex corporate restructurings. Applicants qualified for this position will possess between one and three years of transferable bankruptcy experience representing constituents in in- and out-of-court restructurings. Candidates should also demonstrate academic excellence and strong legal writing skills. Delaware bar admission is not required but is preferred, and any candidate not admitted to practice in Delaware will be required to take the Delaware Bar Exam in July 2017.

Junior to Mid-Level Commercial Litigation Associate

Young Conaway is seeking an attorney to join its expanding and busy commercial litigation section. The associate will work closely with litigation teams (YCST and co-counsel) for national and regional clients to handle complex commercial litigation in Delaware’s federal and state courts. Qualified applicants should have between two and five years of litigation/trial practice experience, including research, drafting pleadings, conducting discovery, and preparing for trial (jury and bench). Applicants should also have impressive academic credentials and a strong interest in trial practice involving complex cases, including intellectual property and related disputes. A background in biology or a related field is highly desirable. Delaware bar admission is not required, but any candidate not admitted to practice in Delaware will be required to take the Delaware Bar Exam at the first opportunity.