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Crowell & Moring LLP seeks a highly qualified associate to join its Government Contracts practice group, working from its Los Angeles, CA office.
Crowell & Moring’s Government Contracts group is one of the largest and most reputable practices worldwide. The group is well-versed in virtually every aspect of the government contracts and grants process, including litigation, counseling, investigations and transactions.
Candidates must have 3 to 7 years of experience in government contracts, specifically in the areas of general federal and/or California contracting, investigations, claims, FCA, and compliance.
All candidates should have excellent academic and professional credentials as well as highly developed writing and analytical skills. Candidates must be a member of the CA Bar.
Interested candidates should apply by submitting their resume, transcript, and cover letter using the online application system.
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Key Compensation Committee Developments: What Boards Need to Know
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