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Mergers and Acquisitions Attorneys

Advancement Prospects

Associate mergers and acquisition attorneys with three or more years of experience successfully handling mergers and acquisitions transactions may advance to become full attorneys. After years of taking the lead in corporate mergers and acquisitions, attorneys assume senior roles, overseeing and managing staff and handling more complex transactions. Well-seasoned attorneys may eventually become partners in their law firm. Those with this level of experience focus on developing new business as well as maintaining relationships with current clients. Some mergers and acquisitions attorneys leave full-time jobs to start their own law firms and consultancies. Others may teach in colleges and write for law journals.

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