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Part-time Corporate/transactional Attorney

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Organization Type

Law Firm

Job Type

Attorney

Years of Experience

Min 1 yrs required

Location

Charlotte, NC

Date Last Verified

Nov 14,2017

Posted on

Sep 15,2017
Practice Area
Corporate >> Corporate - Private Equity
Finance >> Finance - General
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Part-time Corporate/Transactional Attorney The candidate will review non-disclosure agreements for an international alternative asset manager in connection with their private equity and finance transactions. Must have strong academic credentials and transactional experience (particularly experience with non-disclosure agreements).

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Review:

"Productive Law Firm having excellent work environment "

Current Employee - Reviewed on July 21, 2017

You'll have opportunities to learn and upgrade your skills but you need to be flexible and a quick learner. The challenge is to maintain work-life balance.

Pros : Variety of work available and you can choose whatever you like. I would say I had diverse experience while working as an attorney at this law firm. Great people and support from across the board to help you progress with your career.
Cons : At times I felt that project deadlines are unrealistic. At time I felt that promotions tend to be based on relationship not merit.
Current or former employee? : Current Employee

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