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Selendy & Gay - Research Analyst - New York, NY

Selendy & Gay is seeking creative, resourceful individuals with excellent critical thinking and analytical skills to take part in the building of our analyst program.

Research Analyst

Analyst Program

Selendy & Gay is seeking creative, resourceful individuals with excellent critical thinking and analytical skills to take part in the building of our analyst program. This is a unique role.

Our analysts work closely with firm leadership to coordinate and collaborate on current and future cases. Analysts assist with predictive in-depth industry and client research, identifying developing issues ripe for litigation.

Candidates must be high caliber self-starters who possess intellectual curiosity and a strong desire to help build an innovative research platform. We are seeking highly motivated, bright candidates who want to become an integral part of a dynamic team and exhibit:

  • Ability to quickly assess and distill qualitative and quantitative information
  • Experience conducting all-source research and fact-finding
  • Ability to articulate complex messages and ideas simply and clearly
  • Idea generation and creative problem solving
  • Accuracy and attention to detail in a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to work both independently and as a team member
  • High degree of dedication

An optimal candidate will have 3+ years of experience in a role requiring the above skill set. Bloomberg terminal proficiency is preferred, but not required for the right candidate. All individuals with demonstrated capability are considered, though individuals with financial research or corporate investigation backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Professional knowledge of the energy sector is of interest. Compensation is highly competitive.

About the Firm

Selendy & Gay’s practice is dedicated to excellence in litigation and investigations. We have gathered talent of the highest caliber—the smartest minds, the most agile courtroom lawyers, and the most creative strategists. By re-thinking law firm structure, operations, and culture, we have also crafted an environment for our teams of professionals to serve our clients’ needs with focus and efficiency. Putting our clients first includes learning their businesses to advise proactively and to be ready if crisis strikes. It also means bringing a strongly led, tightly-coordinated combination of talent and resources to each of our client’s priorities. Through critical thinking and collaboration, we offer an unmatched plaintiffs’ practice combined with a premier defense practice.

How to Apply

Applications for the Research Analyst position should include a cover letter (300 word maximum) and resume sent to



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