In-House, Min 10 yrs required Country Legal Counsel
The candidate will be responsible for primarily providing advice and support to the company Philippines business including: general legal advisory work, contract drafting, preparing and responding to customers’ proposals, RFP/RFIs, marking-up contracts/documents, etc., contr... apply now!
In-House, 1-4 yrs required Lawyer - Commercial Contracts
The candidate will provide high quality legal advice, be a proactive client business partner and provide guidance on a wide range of commercial legal matters and issues. Will be a subject matter expert in a number of identified areas of law. Provide high quality commer... apply now!
In-House, 5-7 yrs required Legal Counsel Temporary
The candidate will provide legal support relating to drafting contracts, developing templates and interpreting complex contract terms and conditions; responding to and resolving contract compliance-related inquiries and routine legal questions; and preparing and assisting in... apply now!
In-House, 7-10 yrs required Contracts Administrator
The candidate will agree procurement and contract requirements with the Project team and submit, as purchase requisition, to the Procurement and Contracts Directorate. Will track status of purchase requisition, facilitate when necessary. Assist the Procurement and Contracts ... apply now!
In-House, 1-2 yrs required Part-time Legal Counsel
The candidate will be reporting to the Finance Director. Will review, negotiate, draft and manage a range of commercial contracts and precedent forms, plus to ensure that firm monitors and responds to changes in relevant legislation. Attend both internal and external negotia... apply now!
In-House, Min 7 yrs required Contracts Manager
The candidate reviews and negotiates contracts for design consulting services and sub-consultant contracts. Maintains template contract forms for the Asian region for all applicable entities according to current laws and regulations. Coordinates proposal template language with Pro... apply now!
In-House, Min 5 yrs required 7hit(s) Contracts Attorney
The candidate will provide global legal support for sales and services teams including negotiating, drafting and maintaining customer, business partner, distributor and OEM agreements. Will be providing guidance on competition law interfacing with remote country colleagues. Provi... apply now!
In-House, Min 5 yrs required 9hit(s) Contracts Officer
Duties: Responsible for managing and participating in all activities related to contracting, contract negotiation and contract administration. Responsible for implementing and maintaining the contract administration program and works within the organization to assess and mitigat... apply now!
In-House, 8-15 yrs required Senior Contracts Manager Information & Operational Services
Duties: Responsible for providing contract support for all of the Information and Operational Services (I&OS) Division projects. Particular emphasis is on providing contractual support to the Divisions Contract Managers/Administrators and ... apply now!
In-House, 13-16 yrs required 13hit(s) Senior Manager, Prime Contract Management
Duties: Reports to the VP or Executive Director, Prime Contract Management. Manages Prime Contract formation and administration for Fluor and its customer and any Joint Venture Agreements between company and Joint Venture Partners or provides in-depth funct... apply now!
If you are in law school or are considering going to law school, one of the areas you might be interested in working in is contract law. In contract law attorney jobs, the lawyer will represent a party on one side or the other of a case that deals with contract law. Contract law jobs can be done in private practice, as a staff lawyer for a corporation, or while working for the government or nonprofit organizations.
There are many attorney jobs available but perhaps one of the most lucrative would be that of a contract attorney. This type of lawyer is simply hired on a contract basis. In other words, it's like temporary employment. It has its advantage in that a lawyer who is not quite sure about what he wants to do can sort of, float around and try different avenues. The down side of this type of legal employment is there is no security in it. You don't know where and when your next attorney job may be. In some circles of the law it may not be considered all that prestigious either. Most attorneys in the industry suggest that a lawyer should be attached to some type of permanent law practice.
Working as a contract attorney has both pros and cons, just like any other attorney. Some of the pros include having a variety of work and having compensation that is tied to their hours. Some of the cons include a lower average salary compared to regular attorneys and less prestige than regular attorneys have.