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Years of Experience
Qualification and Experience
The candidate should preferably be a Graduate from an accredited law school with admission to practice before the Michigan Supreme Court and active membership in the State Bar of Michigan and 5+ years of experience with a law firm and/or in-house position providing legal services for sophisticated/complex health care and corporate transactions. Knowledge of fundamental law, research procedures, preparation of pretrial briefs and arguments and trial of complex cases required. Ability to speak, write and present arguments and ideas clearly and effectively needed. Ability to use judgment, tact and discretion, provide and assist in providing wide range of legal services, assimilate data, analyze facts and draw logical conclusions and provide and assist in providing wide range of legal services required. Knowledge of litigation and corporate transaction practices needed. Ability to identify potential legal issues required. Strong interpersonal, writing and verbal communications skills must. Strong organizational skills and the ability to work under pressure, meet deadlines, and able to work independently and as a part of a team to prioritize responsibilities, take initiative and self-motivate/self-manage work and time. Openness to the emerging workforce in community mental health, including people with lived experience, their family members, allies and fictive kin. Healthy respect for the needs and interest of the individuals who receive services. Knowledge of, or have had personal experience with behavioral health issues is desired.