Job Details

Staff Attorney

Company name

Council On International Educational Exchange Inc. (CIEE)

Organization Type

Public Interest

Job Type


Years of Experience

5-10 yrs required


Boston, MA

Date Last Verified

Jan 29,2018

Posted on

Oct 12,2017
Practice Area
Corporate >> Corporate - General
Contract Law >> Contract Law
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Staff Attorney The candidate will draft, review and assist in negotiation of company contracts, including university agreements, agent agreements, leases and technology/licensing agreements. Assess, monitor and ensure legal compliance for all company operations in the US and 44 foreign countries. Advise internal business clients, domestic and international, on legal and regulatory issues, risks and compliance. Maintain the company’s legal entity and compliance database for its 42 legal entities and 23 branch offices across 44 countries. Conduct research and analysis of specific legal issues and prepare memoranda and opinions setting forth research results, recommendations and conclusions. Work closely with and manage outside legal counsel, domestically and internationally. Must be admitted to and in good standing with a state Bar Association (all states will be considered). Should have 5 - 10 years of experience as an attorney in a law firm and/or in-house law department. International experience is required.

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
Council On International Educational Exchange Inc. (CIEE)
300 Fore Street
Portland, ME 04101

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