International Litigation and Arbitration Associate

April 23, 2020

Offices

Foley Hoag’s internationally recognized International Litigation and Arbitration Practice has an opening for a junior to mid-level associate in our Washington, DC office to work on public international law, investor/State, and other international disputes involving Arabic-speaking and numerous other countries.

We seek applicants with a minimum of two years of experience in public international law and international arbitration disputes, written and oral fluency in English and Arabic, and demonstrated excellent writing skills.  Preference will be given to candidates with experience in cases heard by the International Court of Justice, investor/State arbitral institutions, and/or other international fora.

We staff our international litigation and arbitration cases leanly, affording associates an opportunity for significant responsibility and excellent career development.  Associates work directly with partners, gain a depth of experience in a broad range of international disputes, and enjoy immediate client contact.  Such experience has contributed to the firm’s consistently excellent rankings in national associate satisfaction surveys.

How to Apply

Candidates should click here to apply. Search firms should submit candidate materials to hiring@foleyhoag.com.

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