E-Verify-English
This Organization Participates in E-Verify
E-Verify-English
Esta organizacion participa en E-Verify

YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO WORK

USTED TIENE DERECHO A TRABAJAR

Search

Keywords Search Clear

Non-Partner Positions


Cleveland Corporate Securities Associate

Cleveland    Corporate T & S

Thompson Hine LLP’s Corporate Transactions & Securities practice group is seeking an associate to focus on securities law, capital markets, corporate governance, proxy contests and shareholder activism in its Cleveland office. The successful candidate will have two-three years of securities-focused transactional experience, a superior academic record, a strong work ethic and excellent drafting skills.


Columbus - Business Litigation Associate

Columbus    Business Litigation
Thompson Hine LLP has an opening in its Columbus office for a business litigation associate to join its team.  The ideal candidate will have 2-3 years of sophisticated litigation experience along with strong writing skills, ability to work independently and possess a strong, positive presence and advocacy ability. Stellar academics and research skills along with entrepreneurial drive and initiative are preferred. Ohio bar admission required.  We are not accepting resumes from Search Firms at this time. 

General Submission

All Offices
This position is for all general applicants for unspecified practice groups and offices.

Washington, D.C. - Business Litigation Associate

Washington D.C.    Business Litigation

Thompson Hine LLP is seeking an Associate with 2 to 4 years of business litigation experience to join its practice in the Washington, D.C. office.  The ideal candidate will possess outstanding academic credentials and work experience, a strong work ethic, and excellent writing and research skills.  This candidate will be involved in complex commercial and white collar litigation matters, in a sophisticated and diverse practice. Candidates must be licensed in the District of Columbia.  Admission in Virginia or eligibility to waive into Virginia is strongly preferred.