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Junior Litigation Associate
The candidate... should have 1-3 years sophisticated commercial litigation experience. Candidates must possess strong academic credentials. Major law firm experience preferred....
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Junior Real Estate Associate
The... candidate must have 1+ year of general commercial real estate experience, preferably with a large law firm. Relocation candidates are welcome to apply and must be admitted to practice in Florida....
Junior Corporate Counsel I
The... candidate will be responsible for preparing and negotiating contract documentation with commercial clients of the company, principally financial institutions and sophisticated entities in the financial services and payments industries. Will be providing legal advice and...
Duties: Responsible for... all aspects of a client's case including communicating with clients and other counsel, drafting and reviewing probate pleadings from the initial Petition for Administration to the Petition for Discharge, preparing for and attending court hearings,...
Orlando office of our client seeks junior to mid-level attorney with... 1-5 years of litigation experience. The candidate will be responsible for assisting with all aspects of litigation matters through trial and on appeal....