FDA Associate

December 3, 2019


Foley Hoag’s Food and Drug (FDA) and Government Strategies practices are seeking an Associate for our Washington, DC office with 2-3 years of relevant experience in the federal government, an FDA-regulated company, or in private practice.  A bachelor’s or advanced degree in science or medicine would be particularly useful.  We seek candidates with strong academic credentials, demonstrated research and analytical proficiencies, and effective verbal and written communication skills.

We staff our clients’ regulatory matters leanly, affording associates meaningful opportunities for direct client engagement, significant responsibilities, and excellent career development. Associates typically work one-on-one with partners and gain extensive experience in a wide range of regulatory and legislative strategies, handling FDA compliance and enforcement actions, and working closely with clients with complex development programs and legal issues.  Associates in the FDA and Government Strategies practices also work with partners and associates in other practice groups to provide a full range of legal services to Foley Hoag’s life sciences clients. Such experience has contributed to the firm’s consistently excellent rankings in various national satisfaction surveys and industry recognition lists.

How to Apply

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