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Experienced Transactional Entertainment Attorney

BCG Attorney Search - Beverly Hills,CA

JOB REFERENCE NUMBERTL1J147447LOCATIONCalifornia - Beverly HillsCOUNTRYUnited StatesBoutique entertainment transactional law firm is seeking an attorney with 3+ years of experience at either a law firm or entertainment related company. Candidate will......


Entertainment Associate

Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP - Los Angeles,CA

The Century City office of Sheppard Mullin is currently seeking a transactional entertainment associate to join its internationally-recognized Entertainment and Digital Media group. Our Entertainment and Digital Media group......


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