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Legal Job In The US? Someone Who’s Been There

Looking For A Legal Job In The US? Then Listen To Someone Who’s Been There – Legal Jobs Board & Law News – Working as a lawyer for a corporate law firm in New York offers many opportunities, but for Amon Nunns, senior associate at Bell Gully’s Wellington office, he’s also pleased to be back home.

Amon Nunns’ interview with provides insight into the merits and opportunities of working for a big-name Wall Street law firm. He talks about ‘quarter-backing a deal’, where a lawyer is given responsibility for running a transaction and completing the deal documentation. He also comments on the effects of the Enron collapse and subsequent legal proceedings, securities act changes and other issues that had major effects on the practice of commercial law.

He also has some sage, words of advice for lawyers wanting to work stateside. His interview can be seen at

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