Established firm is seeking an Associate to join its Real Estate practice group in the firm Phoenix or Tampa offices. About the Practice: Ranked as one of the top fifteen law firms by Commercial Property Executive, the firm's global 235-member team provides comprehensive, results-driven legal services to guide clients in all real estate sectors: office, retail, industrial, multi-family residential, health-care and hospitality through all aspects of commercial real estate activity. Responsibilities: The individual hired for this position will support and work directly with senior level attorneys in Phoenix, Tampa, and other US offices handling complex commercial real estate development and purchase and sale transactions, financing (representing both borrothe firm's and lenders) and leasing (representing landlords and tenants). Responsibilities will include, but not be limited to: Drafting and negotiating purchase and sale agreements, easements, declarations and other development related documents, Drafting and negotiating loan documents, Preparing and negotiating leases in all sectors, Closing acquisition, sale and financing transactions, Working through complex title insurance issues, Supervision of junior associates. The position offers the opportunity to assume significant responsibility in a collegial work environment with competitive compensation and benefits. Academic and Professional Qualifications: Possess a JD from an accredited law school Strong academic record Admitted to a US State Bar and in good standing. Admission to the Bar in the state of the primary office is expected if not currently admitted. Knowledge, Skills & Experience At least 3-6 years of relevant current experience working in a law firm in a transactional practice, Strong organizational, reasoning and analytical skills, Excellent written and verbal communication abilities, Flexibility, composure and the ability to prioritize and handle urgent tasks and requests simultaneously with a high level of competence and accuracy; the ability to remain composed and professional under stressful circumstances; commitment to ethical and confidentiality requirements; strong client service skills, Ability to work without constant supervision, demonstrating initiative in seeking work and managing work load; active in formulating and recommending projects or alternative ways to complete projects that will benefit the case/client. Resumes should be accompanied by unofficial law school transcript and a recent writing sample (10 pages max). Please include a cover page with the firm writing sample that describes the piece you are submitting and how you may have modified it from its original format.
Description: Established firm's Tampa office is seeking an associate to join their busy Real Estate Practice Group. The ideal candidate must be conscientious, detail-oriented and have exceptional analytical and writing skills. Listening to and understanding the client’s business objectives then achieving those objectives within appropriate transaction documents is a requirement. Top academic credentials and 1-3 years of commercial real estate experience preferred, including property sales, leasing, loans and other real estate transactions. This is a great opportunity to become an integral member of a highly regarded and dynamic commercial real estate practice where one can gain responsibility and client interaction.
Reputable construction law firm is seeking full time construction attorneys with 2-4 years of legal experience in the firm's Tampa, Orlando, Tallahassee, Charlotte, and Denver offices. This firm is seeking attorneys in various practice areas including immigration law, worker’s compensation employer defense, and construction law. Construction industry experience is preferred. To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, and a writing sample. Qualifications: Compensation is commensurate with experience. Benefits include PTO, health, vision & dental insurance, short & long term disability, life insurance, paid holidays, and 401k with matching.
Seeking a motivated associate with one to two years of real property litigation experience and excellent client service skills. Excellent academic credentials and demonstrated writing skills are also required. Law Review or Clerkship experience preferred. The ideal candidate will be admitted to practice in Florida, have strong interpersonal and communication skills, and the ability to work effectively as part of a team, while being able to work individually, on client matters in an environment where drive and client service are valued. Equal Opportunity Employer/Disabled/Veterans.