Kilpatrick Townsend’s Atlanta office is seeking an associate with at least 3 years of litigation, white collar or criminal defense experience to join its Government Enforcement and Investigations team. It is preferable that the associate has prior government enforcement, white collar or criminal defense experience.  The associate must be able to work cross-office and travel when necessary. Excellent research as well as oral and written communication skills and attention to detail are required. Excellent law school credentials are preferred and current or former judicial clerkship experience is highly valued. Strong interpersonal skills and additional language proficiency outside of English are also highly valued.

Kilpatrick Townsend is a full-service, international law firm with more than 600 attorneys who work with forward-thinking clients in established and emerging industries to solve their most business-critical matters.

Kilpatrick Townsend attorneys are fully engaged in the success of the firm's clients. We deliver results-oriented counsel for corporations at all stages of the growth cycle, from the challenging demands of financial transactions and securities to the disciplines of intellectual property management. A close collaboration between the firm's practice areas ensures that we are well-positioned to serve all of our clients' needs.

We serve clients around the world from offices in California, Colorado, District of Columbia, Georgia, New York, North Carolina, Texas, Washington, China, Japan, and Sweden. We value our client relationships and are committed to learning and furthering the business, as well as legal goals, of each company we work with.

We strive at every level to develop beneficial relationships built on trust and mutual respect. We partner with the senior executives and internal counsel of our corporate clients, integrating and sharing tasks as appropriate. We take pride in the fact that clients who hire us once, typically hire us again. Our success is measured by the results we achieve on behalf of our clients, and we commit ourselves, without reservation, to the overriding objective of client satisfaction.

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