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Litigation Analyst

Overview
Susquehanna Financial Group, LLLP (SFG) is the institutional broker-dealer member of SIG. SFG combines bulge bracket resources with a boutique culture where research, sales, and trading are integrated to provide differentiated value to the institutional investment process.
Due to growing client demand, we are adding a litigation attorney to our team. This attorney will assist our senior Litigation Analyst (former trial attorney) by analyzing current litigations and legal issues which are relevant to our institutional trading clients. The analysis will be shared with our clients as part of our initiative to provide deeper market insights. Working closely with our research and sales teams on a variety of current, topical legal issues will provide you with direct, daily involvement in all sectors of the U.S. equity markets (i.e., energy, consumer, financials, TMT and healthcare). Additionally, this role plays an important part in allowing us to broaden the scope of our cases under review, directly impacting our growth.
This role is not an "in-house" attorney position; rather, it is a litigation analyst role within a Wall Street financial firm.
This is an ideal position for someone who is looking for a career change from a traditional law firm setting to a dynamic, private Wall Street financial firm. The attorney will be using their legal skills in a "non-traditional" legal environment, while gaining exposure to the financial services sector.
Day to Day Responsibilities/Requirements
Monitor complex litigations and court dockets
Provide succinct, real-time summaries and legal analysis of complex legal issues
Occasional travel to monitor trials and hearings in a variety of jurisdictions
Ability to work both independently and as part of a dynamic, collaborative research/sales team
High level oral and written communication skills
What we're looking for
Qualifications:
The ideal candidate will have 1-3 years of experience at a major law firm. Federal clerkship is preferred. Candidates coming directly from a federal clerkship will be considered. Diversity in practice areas would be ideal (experience in a variety of areas: e.g., commercial litigation, patent, bankruptcy, corporate matters, and securities).
About Us:
Susquehanna Financial Group, LLLP (SFG) is the institutional broker-dealer member of SIG. Our approach combines bulge bracket resources with a boutique culture where research, sales, and trading are integrated to provide value to the institutional investment process. SFG's sector verticals deliver a multi-discipline approach from research through trade execution. Our sales force delivers solutions that demonstrate a deep understanding of market and company fundamentals along with market filters such as volatility, credit, macro, and non-fundamental analysis.

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