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ProfileDivision Counsel The candidate will generally be expected to to practice with discretion in their areas of expertise, but will also be provided direction and supervision as appropriate. Work across industries, excellent client service, commitment to teamwork, and capacity to express thoughts clearly, both orally and in writing, is a must. Expected to bill 1,000+ hours per year; however, Division Counsel are not expected to make a significant investment of time in firm or client development (i.e., no expectation of building a book of business is required). Researching and analyzing general corporate, transactional and regulatory issues (and preparing related summaries and memoranda). Reviewing, summarizing and revising existing client contracts, leases and other documents. Performing transactional due diligence and otherwise assisting the firm’s deal teams. Handling of non-complex entity formations (including preparation of organizational documents, bylaws, simple operating or shareholder agreements, minutes, etc.). Drafting and negotiating routine contracts (including non-disclosure agreements, vendor contracts, leases and other commercial agreements). Participation in secondment opportunities within client organizations. Performance of other corporate and transactional tasks as assigned by firm attorneys. Outstanding academic credentials is required.
Ref. No.: 1658. Send resume, law school transcript and cover letter.