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Junior Real Estate Associate Attorney

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San Diego, CA, United States

Junior Real Estate Associate Attorney

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BCG Attorney Search

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1-6 yrs required

Full-time

No

A law firm in San Diego, CA, is seeking a Junior Real Estate Associate Attorney to manage a diverse caseload of real estate cases, including broker and agent defense litigation, transaction litigation, foreclosure defense, property disputes, and easement/land-use matters. The candidate will represent clients in various legal proceedings, develop and implement discovery plans, and provide exceptional legal representation. Additionally, the role involves guiding and managing tasks for team members, meeting billable hour requirements, and utilizing law firm technology and software tools.

Duties:

  • Manage a caseload of real estate cases, including broker and agent defense litigation, transaction litigation, foreclosure defense, property disputes, and easement/land-use matters.
  • Represent clients in court hearings, mediations, and depositions, ensuring exceptional legal representation.
  • Develop and implement discovery plans, draft pleadings, respond to discovery requests, and bring, oppose, and argue dispositive motions for assigned cases.
  • Communicate with clients to provide updates on their respective cases.
  • Guide and manage tasks for staff members, paralegals, and legal assistants on the team.
  • Meet and exceed billable hour requirements.

Requirements:

  • . degree from an accredited law school.
  • Admission to the California State Bar.
  • 2-4 years of relevant civil litigation experience, preferably in real estate law.
  • Proficiency with law firm technology and software tools, including Clio Manage, GSuite, Zoom, and DialPad.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office, Word, and Excel.
  • Familiarity with California State and Federal Courts.

Skills:

  • Trial experience in state or federal bench/jury trials, administrative hearings, mediations, and/or arbitrations (desired).
  • Experience in real estate transaction litigation/failure to disclose or real estate broker insurance defense litigation (preferred).
  • Business and/or transactional experience (asset).
  • Prior experience working in foreclosure defense or representing creditors or loan servicers/investors (ideal).

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Feb 08, 2024

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1-6 yrs required

Full-time

Legal

Feb 08, 2024

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A law firm in San Diego, CA, is seeking a Junior Real Estate Associate Attorney to manage a diverse caseload of real estate cases, including broker and agent defense litigation, transaction litigation, foreclosure defense, property disputes, and easement/land-use matters. The candidate will represent clients in various legal proceedings, develop and implement discovery plans, and provide exceptional legal representation. Additionally, the role involves guiding and managing tasks for team members, meeting billable hour requirements, and utilizing law firm technology and software tools.

Duties:

  • Manage a caseload of real estate cases, including broker and agent defense litigation, transaction litigation, foreclosure defense, property disputes, and easement/land-use matters.
  • Represent clients in court hearings, mediations, and depositions, ensuring exceptional legal representation.
  • Develop and implement discovery plans, draft pleadings, respond to discovery requests, and bring, oppose, and argue dispositive motions for assigned cases.
  • Communicate with clients to provide updates on their respective cases.
  • Guide and manage tasks for staff members, paralegals, and legal assistants on the team.
  • Meet and exceed billable hour requirements.

Requirements:

  • . degree from an accredited law school.
  • Admission to the California State Bar.
  • 2-4 years of relevant civil litigation experience, preferably in real estate law.
  • Proficiency with law firm technology and software tools, including Clio Manage, GSuite, Zoom, and DialPad.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office, Word, and Excel.
  • Familiarity with California State and Federal Courts.

Skills:

  • Trial experience in state or federal bench/jury trials, administrative hearings, mediations, and/or arbitrations (desired).
  • Experience in real estate transaction litigation/failure to disclose or real estate broker insurance defense litigation (preferred).
  • Business and/or transactional experience (asset).
  • Prior experience working in foreclosure defense or representing creditors or loan servicers/investors (ideal).

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