POSITION IN JAPANESE LAW FIRM
One of Japan’s foremost law firms (Yanagida & Assoc) seeks a talented student to work for one year (starting September 2013) in its Tokyo office. The firm has a varied and interesting transactional and litigation practice representing both Japanese and foreign clients (including a number on a pro bono basis). Although not large, it enjoys an excellent reputation and employs many Harvard graduates.
The student should have strong legal credentials and fluency in English. Japanese language skill is not required, though welcomed. Recent graduates who have worked in this firm have had very favorable experiences.
Compensation and other terms are competitive.
Students interested in applying should submit their resume and a short letter regarding their qualifications via email to Professor William Alford (alford) and cc Emma Johnson (johnson) by October 22.