At this time, we are specifically seeking attorneys in the following areas.
Bankruptcy Mid-Level Associate
Strong Bankruptcy associate with two to four years' experience. Corporate restructuring and Chapter 11 experience required in addition to outstanding academic performance and excellent writing skills. Delaware or New York bar admission preferred.
Corporate Litigation Mid-level Associate
Three to five years of experience. Strong academic performance required as well as strong research, writing and oral advocacy skills. Prior experience in Delaware Court of Chancery a plus. Delaware bar admission preferred.
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, law school transcript, and a recent writing sample to Terry V. Derr at the contact information listed below. If you prefer to apply online, click on LawCruit to go to our online application.
The following guidelines have been established to ensure a consistent and efficient working relationship between Morris, Nichols, Arsht & Tunnell LLP and the legal search firms who contact our Attorney Recruiting Department. It is Firm policy that all resumes and other contacts regarding attorneys are to be directed to Terry Derr, Director of Attorney Recruiting. There are no exceptions to this procedure and a placement fee will not be paid for any resume sent to the Firm in any other manner. We will not consider any resume where the attorney is not identified by name.
We require all search firms to request and return an executed fee agreement prior to any resume submittal. Resumes received from search firms without signed agreements will not be recognized as valid submissions. In addition, we honor the first resume properly submitted to the Attorney Recruiting Department for a period of twelve months from the date of submission. We do not accept judicial clerk resumes from legal search firms without prior coordination with Ms. Derr and will not pay a fee to legal search firms that forward resumes of judicial clerks without prior written permission from Ms. Derr.
In addition to the candidate resume—with the search firm’s corporate stamp or corporate identifier on it—search firms should submit a summary sheet stating the position for which the candidate is applying and any pertinent details regarding the candidate and the jurisdiction(s) in which the candidate is admitted to the bar, as well as a copy of the candidate’s law school transcript and recent writing sample. Search firms should submit only candidates who:
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