Administrative Careers: Washington, D.C.
Providing outstanding client service has cemented Cleary Gottlieb’s reputation as a top law firm.
Our outstanding professional staff have worked closely with our lawyers to maintain this status for 70 years. If you are looking to join an exceptional group of professionals, Cleary is the place.
If you are interested in joining the professional staff in our Washington, D.C. office, please view our Current Opportunities, or send your resume and cover letter to:
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