Atlanta office of established firm is seeking a Real Estate Staff Attorney with at least three years of general real estate experience, including due diligence review of titles, surveys and leases. Exposure to large portfolio transactions is a plus. This is an off-track position and we are open to a reduced hours schedule. Excellent academic credentials, analytical skills and verbal and written communication skills required. As one of the five largest real estate practices in the U.S., our team of over 120 attorneys has helped clients close some of the largest, most notable transactions over the last several years, and is recognized for bringing creative structures to highly complex, sophisticated commercial real estate transactions, helping our clients maximize the value of each deal. Closed more than $40 billion in transactions since 2018. Among the five largest real estate practices in the U.S. Handled real estate transactions in all 50 states Represent four of the top 15 largest direct commercial real estate lenders of 2018 as ranked by National Real Estate Investor Represent three of the top 10 mortgage originators among insurance companies of 2018 as ranked by Commercial Mortgage Alert, Handled more than 400 million square feet of leases over the last decade on behalf of some of the largest landlords and tenants in the U.S. Handled several of the largest single-property industrial and office transactions of 2018 as ranked by Real Estate Alert this Real Estate practice has a tremendous breadth of expertise, and is routinely recognized within the industry, praised for being “fully attuned to the needs of the client.” Among the top 15 most powerful Real Estate practices in the nation according to Commercial Property Executive and Multi-Housing News (2017) Recognized as a national leader in real estate for nine consecutive years by The Legal 500 (2011–2019) Recognized as a Tier 1 national Real Estate practice by U.S. News & World Report (2019) The Best Lawyers in America© named 25 real estate attorneys as leaders in their fields (2019)
AmLaw 100 firm seeks a commercial real estate paralegal for its Atlanta office. Responsibilities include: closing documents, including closing statement generation assisting with the drafting of purchase and sale agreement amendments, leases and other transaction documents due diligence reviews of property documents and leases contract administration and management, including reviewing and analyzing contracts and lease documents pre-closing and closing management, including preparing binders reviewing title and survey documents Compensation commensurate with experience. Attractive benefits package. BA/BS degree preferred. 3 -5 years commercial real estate experience in law firm environment preferred. Must have strong writing, communication and interpersonal skills. An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Pro Disabled and Veteran Employer.
The Atlanta office of an established firm is seeking an associate with at least 3 years of experience in commercial real estate or real estate finance. Experience with commercial mortgage backed securities is a plus but not required. The firm's national practice provides the opportunity to represent lenders, servicers and investors in all aspects of commercial real estate transactions to be a part of a team that is a market leader in the CMBS industry. This firm is looking for individuals with superior academic credentials, solid experience in the real estate and/or real estate finance area and a strong desire to excel and contribute to the firm practice. This firm is a full-service, international law firm with more than 600 attorneys who work with forward-thinking clients in established and emerging industries to solve their most business-critical matters. This firm's attorneys are fully engaged in the success of its clients and delivers results-oriented counsel for corporations at all stages of the growth cycle, from the challenging demands of financial transactions and securities to the disciplines of intellectual property management. A close collaboration between practice areas ensures that the firm is positioned to serve all of the clients’ needs. The firm serves clients around the world from offices in California, Colorado, District of Columbia, Georgia, New York, North Carolina, Texas, Washington, China, and Japan. Value is placed on the firm-client relationships and are committed to learning and furthering the business, and legal goals of each company it works with. The firm strives at every level to develop beneficial relationships built on trust and mutual respect and partners with senior executives and internal counsel of the firm corporate clients, integrating and sharing tasks as appropriate. The firm takes pride in the fact that clients who hire us once, typically hire us again. The firm's success is measured by the results achieved on behalf of its clients, and commits without reservation, to the overriding objective of client satisfaction. An equal employment opportunity for all persons, regardless of race, color, religion, sex or gender, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other basis prohibited by applicable law. *Please do not include the Date of Birth or Social Security Number in the firm application documents.
AM100 firm seeks a highly qualified associate attorney to join its Real Estate Practice Group in the firm’s Atlanta, GA office. This position involves a wide range of challenging and complex issues, including real estate development acquisitions and dispositions, commercial leasing and real estate lending. In this practice, the attorney will be representing private developers, companies which have real estate needs ancillary to their primary business, and large landowners. The successful candidate will possess the following: 3-5 years of experience in the areas of commercial real estate development, land use development, leasing and mortgage lending. Demonstrated understanding of real property law. Excellent drafting, negotiation & communication skills Demonstrated ability to handle significant responsibility & client interaction. Desire for & ability to work effectively in a collaborative team environment Excellent academic credentials, oral and writing skills and references Active Georgia bar license, or the ability to waive into the bar at the earliest opportunity. This firm is committed to leadership in attracting, developing, and retaining a diverse workforce of highly talented professionals. Please attach a resume, transcript, and cover letter on the application screen. An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Pro Disabled and Veteran Employer.
The Atlanta office of this firm has an immediate opening for a Real Estate Finance and Investment counsel with 10+ years’ experience and a background in real estate finance and investment. The ideal candidate will have excellent academic credentials and interpersonal skills. Cover letters required. Applicants: please click below to be considered for this position.
Atlanta law office seeking an associate with 3+ years’ experience to join our real estate practice group. An associate in the Atlanta real estate practice group will work with partners, associates and clients in a very busy real estate practice, involving a wide range of types of transactions and projects, including: Review and analysis of title commitments and land surveys, including preparation and resolution of objections contained in title and survey comment letters Review and managing of due diligence deliveries for pending transactions Preparation of real estate transaction documents, including purchase and sale agreements, easements, deeds and closing documents Coordination and facilitation of closings, follow-up with post-closing matters Preparation, review and analysis of loan documents Interacting with and communicating with client representatives and negotiating with opposing counsel. An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer committed to sustaining a culturally and ethnically diverse working environment and to principles that promote inclusive practices. All qualified applicants receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, creed, ancestry, national origin, religion, sex, age, marital status, domestic partner status, pregnancy, caregiver status, gender stereotyping, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, AIDS/HIV status, handicap or disability, or status as a Vietnam era or special disabled veteran, or any other legally protected category. The firm will provide reasonable accommodation for individuals protected by Section 503 of Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974, and Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.
A top Am Law 100 firm, is seeking a highly motivated, well qualified junior to mid-level associate (two– ten years) to join our nationally recognized Real Estate practice in Atlanta, Charlotte, Miami or New York offices. The ideal candidate will have experience in the following: Commercial real estate finance, lender representation. Excellent written and communication skills, superior analytical skills and the ability to manage client expectations. Strong work ethic and ability to manage multiple priorities and assume a high degree of responsibility. This firm is a global law firm with 32 offices in 11 countries, and a platform of 1,400 lawyers, placing it among the largest in the world. The firm is known for its relationship-driven, collaborative culture, diverse legal experience, and industry-shaping innovation and offers clients one of the most active employee benefits, M&A, real estate, financial services, litigation and corporate risk practices in the world. Thee firm values a diverse workforce and we believes people perform at their best when they can truly be themselves at work. The firm is committed to recruiting, retaining, rewarding and developing our people with regard to their abilities and contributions and without reference to their background, gender, gender identity or expression, ethnic origin, age, religion, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, political belief, disability or any other protected characteristic. Mansfield Certified Plus firm for 2019 Signee to United Nations’ Global LGBTQ* Standard of Conduct for Business.
Seeking a mid-level Real Estate Associate Attorney to join our expanding Real Estate practice in Atlanta, Georgia. The ideal candidate will have 5 to 7 years of commercial real estate litigation experience in a law firm environment, with excellent client relationships and interpersonal skills. Duties and Responsibilities: Handle real estate related litigation matters Draft commercial leases and other related documents as requested Review documents with excellent attention to detail Interface with clients in a professional manner Bill a minimum of 1850 hours per year Qualifications: Minimum of 5 years of commercial real estate experience in a law firm environment Strong writing and analytical skills Experience with commercial real estate litigation work Experience with or interest in commercial transactional real estate work, including drafting commercial leases Top academic credentials Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with a team approach Must be admitted to practice in Georgia.
Seeking eperienced Commercial Real Estate Paralegal to join Atlanta office. This role will service a wide range of transactions and support an active commercial real estate practice. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 5 years of commercial real estate experience, strong organization and multitasking skills, and will embrace a team mentality. The firm is a full-service firm providing legal and business solutions to corporate, individual and nonprofit clients worldwide for more than 184 years. The firm has earned the loyalty of many longstanding clients with deep understanding of their businesses and broad skills in corporate transactions, high-stakes disputes, and complex regulatory and compliance matters. People come to this firm to do great, challenging work and they provide the resources and training for them to succeed and develop professionally. Working together from offices in the U.S., Europe and Asia, the firm is dedicated to diverse perspectives, impeccable service, and innovative delivery of practical, business-minded solutions. Tasks include reviewing and negotiating title insurance commitments and coverages and reviewing and summarizing exceptions for potential problems Reviewing and negotiating surveys Ordering and reviewing UCC and tax lien search reports Reviewing Purchase/Sale Contracts Review of Commercial Leases, estoppel certificates and SNDAs Preparing and maintaining closing checklists and timelines Coordinating and organizing documents for multi-state and multi-asset transactions Preparing and negotiating escrow closing instructions Minumum of 5 years of expereince as a real estate paralegal Ability to think clearly, respond positively, evaluate situations and determine appropriate action and act decisively under pressure.
Now accepting resumes for a full-time real estate fund formation and joint venture attorney to join either our Atlanta, Washington, DC or Raleigh-Durham office. The ideal candidate will possess top academic credentials and writing skills, and have 4+ years of experience with real estate fund formation matters as well as documenting equity investments in real estate transactions, particularly including the drafting and negotiation of joint venture agreements, partnership agreements and operating agreements. Tax background is preferred. Large law firm experience or relevant in-house experience is strongly preferred. Very competitive benefits package and great opportunity for professional growth.
Seeking Staff Attorney to join our Real Estate Group. This position supports the Retail Team’s clients, focusing on handling SNDAs, estoppels, lease abstracts, and lease amendment drafting and review. Please click below to apply. Please, no headhunter submissions at this time.
Atlanta office of a national, AmLaw 100 law firm is seeking qualified applicants for an experienced Commercial Real Estate Paralegal. Ideal candidates will have experience in a law firm setting handling all aspects of commercial real estate sales, acquisitions, and loans. Responsibilities Tasks performed may include: Review and abstracting of purchase agreements with attention to critical dates and closing conditions; Review and analysis of title, survey and due diligence, including zoning reports, site plans and similar materials; Drafting title review memorandums and title objection letters; Review and mark up a title commitment; Review closing statements; Possess strong working knowledge of formation and basic governance of entities for use in review and preparation of organizational and authority documents; Organizing and fulfilling conditions necessary to satisfy title requirements; and Researching real property tax and ownership information. Qualifications: Ideal candidate will have a 4-year degree from an accredited college or university and a paralegal certificate from an ABA approved paralegal program; however, work experience may be substituted for education; Highly developed organizational skills and the ability to meet deadlines; Ability to work under pressure to meet strict deadlines; Familiarity with using computers for organizing and maintaining documents; Strong communication skills and the ability to document, summarize and present information to attorneys; and Ability to work independently and in a team environment, including ability to train and oversee the work of others.
EEO – Protected Veterans/Disability * This firm is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for job applicants with disabilities. If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, please contact the firm Recruiting Team. This firm (US) is a leading global business law firm. This firm is committed to attracting, developing, and retaining the best people across the firm practice and business service groups. This firm is looking for collaborative, results oriented people who enjoy working in a fast paced environment and have exceptional problem solving skills. If you are a highly talented Paralegal - Real Estate interested in working closely with attorneys and clients while performing a range of substantive case and client matter related duties, the firm want to hear from you! This position is located in the Atlanta office. Relocation is available in accordance with the firm’s policy. Paralegals are a critical part of This firm’s client service teams, working side by side with lawyers, co-counsel and clients on an array of substantive client matters. The majority of the firm paralegals are career professionals. They work independently and on teams, locally, nationally, and globally. The Paralegal Team itself includes Case Assistants, Paralegals, Senior Paralegals and Paralegal Specialists. The firm offers ample opportunities for advancement and career development through formal and informal training and mentoring, and provide many opportunities to give back to the firm communities through pro bono work. Minimum Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and/or Paralegal Certificate 5 years’ experience supporting a Commercial Real Estate practice group in a law firm environment Mortgage finance experience representing lenders Title and survey experience Electronic data room experience, Strong proficiency in Word, Excel, and Outlook Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, Strong organizational and attention to detail Preferred Requirements: Large firm experience, Experience with public/private partnerships, mixed use development, and resort development is a plus What will the firm day look like? You will assist in drafting real estate documents, preparing closing documents, conducting due diligence reviews and coordinating closings as required for commercial real estate transactions. This will include ordering, reviewing, and analyzing title commitments, recorded documents, and surveys. You will develop, monitor, and update closing and other checklists for real estate transactions. You will also assist with drafting documents for commercial, resort, and mixed use developments, as the firm as draft lease amendments for attorney review. This will require forming, partnerships, drafting organizational documents, and authority certificates and resolutions. All reporting and research will be delivered to the appropriate parties’, counsel, lenders, governmental agencies, vendors, etc. The firm offersexceptional career opportunities in an environment that is challenging, rewarding, and, the firm believe truly different from the firm competitors. The firm's employees enjoy a competitive benefits package and a dynamic and diverse environment in which they can build a long and fruitful career and reap the rewards of their success.
AM100 firm has an immediate opening for an experienced commercial real estate and finance paralegal in its Atlanta, GA Office. All candidates must have either a Bachelor’s Degree and/or a paralegal certificate from an ABA approved paralegal program and ten years of prior commercial real estate and finance experience. Some responsibilities include the following: Review definitive transaction agreements for acquisitions, sales, loans, and other matters; prepare lists of critical dates memo and closing checklist; prepare escrow agreements and escrow deposits; prepare document amendments under attorney supervision; form/organize entities; obtain EIN; coordinate title and survey order and review; analysis of title and survey issues and coordinate curative steps; coordinate UCC/litigation/lien searches; coordinate delivery of final title/survey products for closing; prepare closing documents and coordinate finalizing closing statements; coordinate escrow closings; prepare settlement statement; E-file closing documents or prepare and send hard copy recording package to county; be proactive with post-closing tasks (obtain satisfaction of prior loans, confirm receipt of recorded closing documents; coordinate receipt of title policies, prepare closing binders); and constantly communicate with all parties involved in a transaction (seller and its counsel, purchaser and its counsel, lender and its counsel, brokers, title agent, surveyor). Candidates should possess strong organizational, interpersonal, and communication (oral and written) skills. All applicants should have an aptitude for detail; the ability to work efficiently, and to work under pressure with or without direct supervision. Each candidate must be able to handle multiple projects at the same time and be familiar with computerized databases and on-line services. Candidates must be flexible, have regular attendance and be willing to work overtime if necessary. Must provide minimum authorization to work in the United States. Resumes accepted only for job posted. Please click here to apply. The firm is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants receive consideration for employment and all employees are treated during employment without regard to race, color, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, religion, sex, age, national origin, genetic information, physical or mental disability or veteran status.
Prestigious firm's Real Estate & Hospitality Group has an immediate opening for a full-time associate in the firm Buckhead-Atlanta office with 2-4 years of commercial real estate experience. The ideal candidate will possess hotel transaction experience, top academic credentials, strong writing and analytical skills, a business acumen as the firm as experience with large and complicated transactions. The firm offers a very competitive benefits package and great opportunity for professional growth.
Established firm’s fully-integrated US Real Estate team provides indispensable advice from local, regional, national and global perspectives at every juncture within the industry. Clients draw on the firm knowledge and resthe firmces to take a deal from concept to completion, and rely on the firm forward facing group to sit at the deal table and provide a robust menu of services across the industry. No challenge is too tough, no structure too difficult—the US Real Estate team is with the firm clients every step of the way. Learn more about the This firm Real Estate practice group. Responsibilities The Atlanta office of This firm US is seeking a mid-level associate with excellent academic credentials to join the firm highly-regarded Real Estate practice. The person hired for this position will be part of a dedicated team and will support the practice by assuming such responsibilities as: Contributing to the coordination and closing of successful real estate transactions including acquisitions, dispositions and financings, debt and equity transactions and joint ventures, Working on a broad range of complex commercial real estate transactions such as mortgage secured and mezzanine real estate financings, secured and unsecured syndicated loan facilities, assemblage and development of various commercial real estate projects--including office, retail, multifamily, student housing, energy and other product types, tax advantaged real estate transactions, and commercial leasing, Helping build relationships with clients This is an excellent opportunity to work in a dynamic and team-oriented atmosphere while enjoying the benefits and resthe firmces of a large, international law firm. Position requirements: Personal skills/attributes Has excellent written communication skills and an ability to produce written work product that is concise and effective. Possesses strong analytical skills and a deep understanding of legal concepts Has excellent interpersonal skills and is able to clearly communicate advice to clients and colleagues. Embraces teamwork and values collaboration. Technical skills 2-6 years of commercial real estate and finance experience is required. Previous law firm experience is preferred. Other requirements: Should be licensed and/or eligible to practice law in the State of Georgia and be in good standing Equal opportunities. This firm is an Equal Opportunity Employer of Individuals with Disabilities and Protected Veterans. This firm is an Affirmative Action Employer. Pursuant to local ordinances, the firm will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.
Under the direction of real estate attorneys in the firm Atlanta office, the paralegal position will assist attorneys in all aspects of commercial real estate transactions, including documentation, due diligence,closing and post-closing activities for real estate acquisitions and dispositions, finance, leasing, development and construction projects. The firm's ideal candidate will have an interest in broad exposure to commercial real estate matters. Job Description • Take leadership role in all aspects of transaction management. • Order and/or review title commitments, exception documents and surveys, interfacing directly with the title company and surveyor to resolve any issuesor discrepancies. • Prepare and administer contract critical dates and closing checklists. • Prepare initial draft documents, amendments to agreements or leases and miscellaneous documents, including estoppel certificates and SNDAs, for attorney review. • Prepare clear and concise correspondence, escrow instructions letters, title and survey objection letters, open items lists, and other memoranda. • Order and coordinate delivery of containment letters. • Possess strong working knowledge of formation and basic governance of entities for use in review and preparation of organizational and authority documents. • Order and review certified entity documents, such as good standing, qualification and formation certificates. • Prepare and file UCC financing statements, order UCC lien and other searches and prepare summaries of lien search results, and record documents in various counties and states. • Prepare lease, title document and loan abstracts. • Review zoning reports, site plans and similar materials. • Prepare and review closing statements. • Prepare earnest money escrows and coordinate delivery of deposits. • Coordinate and assist with all other aspects of closings. • Attend to all post-closing requirements, including preparation of closing indices, preparation and organization of closing binders, and monitoring of all post-closing deliveries or requirements. • Must possess excellent legal research skills, including knowledge of electronic databases. • Other duties as assigned. Educational And Experience Requirements • Bachelor degree, or comparable experience preferred. • Seven years of previous experience in commercial real estate transactions/closings, including experience with acquisitions, dispositions, financings, leasing, construction and development.
Established Real Estate & Hospitality Group has an immediate opening for a full-time associate in the firm Buckhead-Atlanta office with 2-4 years of commercial real estate experience. The ideal candidate will possess hotel transaction experience, top academic credentials, strong writing and analytical skills, a business acumen as the firm as experience with large and complicated transactions. The firm offers a very competitive benefits package and great opportunity for professional growth.
AM100 firm is seeking a mid-level associate to join its School and College Law group in Atlanta. All candidates are asked to submit the following application materials: Cover letter, Resume, Copy of law school transcript. Qualifications: All candidates should possess the following credentials: Minimum of 4 years of meaningful experience in the areas commercial real estate transactions and business contracts Excellent academic credentials and strong writing, analytical, and communications skills Government/public sector land transactions and contracting experience is a plus Legal project management experience is helpful. State Bar of Georgia admission preferred.
AM100 firm currently seeking a Division Counsel to join its solutions team in South Carolina, Atlanta and Washington, DC metro area. The solutions team provides clients affordable, scalable services staffed by highly qualified attorneys. This position will allow for flexible scheduling, work-life balance, and the ability to work remotely. Division Counsel are expected to bill 1,000+ the firms per year. Work assignments may include, but are not limited to performing transactional due diligence, drafting and negotiating routine contracts (including non-disclosure agreements, vendor contracts, leases and other commercial agreements) and real estate leases, performance of other corporate and transactional tasks as assigned by firm attorneys. Candidates must have excellent law school and undergraduate academic credentials and strong writing and analytical skills. The ideal candidate will have firm or in-house counsel experience handling corporate and transactional matters. Candidates must be licensed in the jurisdiction in which they will be practicing. Please attach a resume, law school transcript and cover letter. This firm is committed to leadership in attracting, developing, and retaining a diverse workforce of highly talented professionals. An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Pro Disabled and Veteran Employer.