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Banking Associate - Can be resident in our Denver, Los Angeles, New York, Baltimore, or Washington, DC offices, Junior to Mid-Level

Located  in the world’s key financial hubs, Hogan Lovells’ Finance practice operates one of the leading global practices with more than 450 lawyers located in 30 offices. Our multi-jurisdictional teams combine industry experience to provide an integrated service and capability to our clients, which include the world's leading financial institutions and companies. Our US banking team is a fully integrated cross-office national practice that represents lenders, private equity sponsors and public and private companies, both domestically and abroad, in all aspects of syndicated and direct lending transactions, including acquisition finance and asset-based lending. We seek a motivated associate with strong interpersonal skills and a commitment to excellence to join our highly successful US banking team.

Corporate Associate - Executive Compensation and Employee Benefits - Can be resident in our Washington DC, New York, or Silicon Valley Offices

Hogan Lovells Executive Compensation and Employee Benefits Practice (ECEB) practice seeks an associate with between one and four years of experience to join its practice in either DC, NY, or Silicon Valley.

Denver Office - Corporate/Securities Associate, Mid-Level

The Denver, CO office of Hogan Lovells seeks an outstanding mid-level securities lawyer with a minimum of two years of law firm experience.

Denver Office - Environmental Associate, Junior Level

The Denver office of Hogan Lovells seeks a junior level environmental associate with a minimum of two years law firm experience in environmental litigation, environmental counseling and/or environmental transactional matters.

Life Sciences Transactional Associate - Can be resident in our New York, Philadelphia or Boston Offices

Hogan Lovells seeks an associate with experience at a large law firm and/or in-house legal department to join us as a Life Sciences transactional associate. Successful candidates should have experience drafting and negotiating licenses and commercial agreements for pharmaceutical, biotech or medtech companies.

Los Angeles Office - Corporate M&A Associate, Junior Level

The Los Angeles office of Hogan Lovells is seeking an attorney with three to five years of corporate transactional experience with an emphasis on mergers and acquisitions. Candidates should have a range of experience, including mergers and acquisitions, equity and debt financings, private equity-sponsored transactions and joint ventures in a broad cross-section of industries

Los Angeles Office - Finance/Banking Associate, Junior to Mid-Level

Located in the world’s key financial hubs, Hogan Lovells’ Finance practice operates one of the leading global practices with more than 450 lawyers located in 30 offices. Our multi-jurisdictional teams combine industry experience to provide an integrated service and capability to our clients, which include the world's leading financial institutions and companies. Our US banking team is a fully integrated cross-office national practice that represents lenders, private equity sponsors and public and private companies, both domestically and abroad, in all aspects of syndicated and direct lending transactions, including acquisition finance and asset-based lending. We seek a motivated associate with strong interpersonal skills and a commitment to excellence to join our highly successful US banking team.  

Los Angeles Office - Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Associate, Junior to Mid-Level

The Los Angeles office of Hogan Lovells seeks a junior to mid-level associate to help support the firm’s pharmaceutical and biotechnology regulatory practice.

Louisville Office - Patent Agent

Hogan Lovells US LLP seeks an experienced patent agent to join our Intellectual Property, Media and Technology practice in our Louisville office. Applicants must have excellent writing skills and academic credentials. Undergraduate degree in electrical engineering, computer engineering, applied physics, computer science or equivalent required. Patent Bar membership or ability to qualify for the Patent Bar required.

Medical Device and Technology Associate - Can be resident in our Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Denver, or San Francisco Offices

The Medical Device & Technology practice in the U.S. offices (Washington, DC, Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco) of Hogan Lovells seek a junior to mid-level associate to join its Food Drug, Medical Device and Agriculture practice.

New York Office - International Arbitration Associate, Mid-Level

The New York office of Hogan Lovells US LLP is currently seeking a mid-level (class of 2014 or 2015) International Arbitration associate. Candidates should have experience in international commercial and investor-state arbitration (both are required). Strong writing skills a must. We seek candidates who are self–starters, take initiative, and have strong organizational skills.

New York Office - Litigation Associate, Mid-Level

The New York office of Hogan Lovells US LLP seeks mid-level associate to join our Litigation practice. Ideal candidates should have a minimum of three years of litigation experience, including drafting pleadings and written and document discovery. Strong research and writing skills, excellent academic credentials, strong interpersonal skills and a commitment to excellence are required. Qualified candidates must be admitted to the New York Bar.

Patent Agent - Can be resident in Louisville, Washington, D.C., or Boston Offices

Hogan Lovells US LLP seeks a patent agent with at least 2 years of experience in patent preparation and prosecution to join our Intellectual Property, Media and Technology practice in our Louisville, Washington D.C. or Boston offices.

Philadelphia Office - LAE Non-Partnership Track Attorney

Hogan Lovells US LLP Litigation Arbitration and Employment (LAE) practice seeks a non-partnership track litigation attorney to work on a variety of litigation and investigation matters with an emphasis on research and analysis relating to insurance and other complex contract matters and support for governmental investigations. While Hogan Lovells' LAE practice is broad and varied, an ideal candidate will have attorney experience working in a law firm or governmental agency. This position will be located in the firm's Philadelphia office.

San Francisco Office - Junior Patent Prosecution and Counseling Associate, Junior to Mid-Level

Hogan Lovells US LLP seeks a junior patent prosecution and counseling associate with at least two to three years of experience in patent prosecution to join our IP practice in our San Francisco office. Applicants should have an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering, computer engineering, applied physics, computer science or equivalent. Registration to practice before the United States Patent & Trademark Office, or ability to qualify, required. California Bar required. 

Silicon Valley Office - Corporate, Mergers & Acquisitions Associate, Mid Level

The Silicon Valley office of Hogan Lovells, which houses one of the largest and most sophisticated transactional M&A practices in California, is seeking a mid-level associate with a minimum of three years of M&A experience to support the office’s strategic growth plan.

Washington Office, DC - Communications, Internet, and Media Regulatory Associate

Hogan Lovells’s Communications, Internet, and Media practice group seeks a mid-level to senior regulatory associate, preferably with 4-6 years of communications regulatory experience.

Washington, DC Office - Knowledge Lawyer - Corporate Practice Group

Our corporate lawyers cover the full spectrum of corporate transactions, governance matters, and capital raising that is critical to business in today’s global marketplace. Consistently achieving Top 10 rankings, both globally and in our local markets, we combine deep regulatory underpinnings, industry knowledge, and a practical problem-solving approach to deliver new, innovative, and practical solutions. We handle many of the most complex transactions and significant business matters on behalf of leading companies and financial institutions around the world. Our high volume of complex transactional work affords us a deep understanding of the issues that confront our clients. We focus on teamwork and can leverage the substantial resources of Hogan Lovells to provide the specialty areas needed to support our top-tier corporate practice for the benefit of our clients.

Washington, DC Office - Knowledge Lawyer – Energy Regulatory & Environment and Natural Resources

The Washington, D.C. office of Hogan Lovells is seeking applicants for a lawyer position to support the knowledge management and business development initiatives for our Energy Regulatory and Environment and Natural resources groups. The Knowledge Lawyer will contribute to the current awareness and thought leadership of the groups, while supporting the development, implementation and communication of the groups’ knowledge strategy. Applicants should have a minimum of three years’ experience in a law firm, government or in-house.

Washington, DC Office - Knowledge Lawyer – Regulatory (Including Education, Government Contracts, Government Relations, Transportation)

The Washington D.C. office of Hogan Lovells is seeking applicants with a minimum of five years of experience for a lawyer position to support the knowledge management and business development initiatives of the Government Regulatory Group including Education, Government Contracts, Government Relations and Transportation practice areas. Although law firm experience is preferred for this role, in-house or government experience is also acceptable.