Reputable firm’s Dallas or Houston office are seeking to hire an associate to join its Real Estate practice. Responsibilities will include without limitation all facets of a sophisticated real estate practice: drafting and negotiating transactional documents and attendant due diligence responsibilities such as reviewing title, survey and other due diligence deliverables and coordinating with title companies, surveyors and other third party due diligence providers. Exposure to real estate purchases, sales, financing, and leasing is preferred. As an associate in the real estate practice, you will be an integral member of the department, and will gain meaningful experience working with the firm's attorneys and the fortune 500 clients. The associate chosen for this position will work with one of the most experienced Real Estate Groups in the United States. The two most senior partners in Texas are members of the prestigious American College of Real Estate Lawyers and other team members have worked on some of the most iconic real estate projects in the United States. The firm's Real Estate Group is known for its teaching and mentoring of young lawyers and is committed to continue this tradition with all team members.
Seeking an associate with 3-6 years of experience to join the Real Estate Development and Investments practice group in Houston. The ideal candidate will have prior law firm experience and will have a broad practice including development, acquisitions, multi-family, financing and commercial leasing. Strong academic credentials required.
Seeking a Real Estate associate to join an established firm's Houston office. The ideal candidate will have 2-4 years of experience, preferably in a large law firm setting, in handling a wide variety of sophisticated commercial real estate transactions including purchases, sales, leasing, development, management and ventures. Candidates must possess strong interpersonal, administrative and organizational skills; must be detail-oriented and have the ability to prioritize and manage workload; and must be able to work independently as the firm as part of a team. Candidates should possess a strong academic background and the ability to take on significant project responsibility.
Real Estate Associate (Transactional) – Mid-sized transaction and litigation law firm focused on development: the development of affordable housing, special purpose districts, business and private wealth. For over 30 years, the firm has provided legal counsel to businesses, governmental entities corporate and high-net worth clients across the U.S. and internationally. The firm was recently named to the 2019 Best Law Firms list by Best Lawyers and US News & World Report and was named as a Leading Law Firm by Chambers USA. The firm's rapidly growing real estate development practice is currently seeking candidates for an Associate position in the firm Houston office. This is an excellent opportunity for an associate who has the desire and ability to become the “go to” attorney for many existing clients and develop a book of business from Directors (Partners) who currently have very intense workloads. Responsibilities include: Representation of homebuilders; subdivision developers; and developers and owners of commercial, income producing properties including, but not limited to setting up entities for the ownership of those owners and developers; and A wide variety of other real estate transactional work. Representation of homebuilders; subdivision developers; and developers and owners of commercial, income producing properties including, but not limited to setting up entities for the ownership of those owners and developers; and A wide variety of other real estate transactional work. Job Requirements: D. from ABA accredited law school; Currently licensed to practice law in Texas; 2-3 years (4-5 year preferred) of directly job-related, substantive legal experience; and The desire and ability to take the reins on projects and client relationships. D. from ABA accredited law school; Currently licensed to practice law in Texas; 2-3 years (4-5 year preferred) of directly job-related, substantive legal experience; and The desire and ability to take the reins on projects and client relationships. Compensation is competitive based on experience.
Prestigious firm has an immediate opening in Houston office for a Public Law Associate with two to fthe firm years of experience. The ideal candidate will have experience working with governmental entities and with the Public Information Act, the Open Meetings Act, and all phases of public law litigation (such as condemnation and Civil Rights Litigation) including, but not limited to, experience conducting investigations and discovery, preparing pleadings, taking depositions, participating in mediation, and communication with clients. Experience in both state and federal court is preferred. The candidate will work primarily with attorneys in the Texas public law practice. The candidate must have an excellent academic record, superb writing skills, strong interpersonal skills with the ability to work the firm with a team, superior judgment, the ability to effectively handle multiple projects, and the ability to articulate legal strategies and courses of action. Federal judicial clerkship experience is preferred. Candidates must have a Texas bar license or commit to obtaining one as soon as possible.
HOUSTON - REAL ESTATE AND FINANCE ASSOCIATE. Seeking qualified candidates for an Associate position with the established firm's Finance, Banking and Real Estate Department, to be based in the firm Houston office. This person would be part of the firm Real Estate and Real Estate Finance Practice Group. The firm's ideal candidate is an associate with 4-6 years of experience in Real Estate Secured Loans and Commercial Lending. The candidate must be admitted to the bar in Texas and have excellent academic credentials. Essential Functions Candidates for Associate positions must be able to provide effective and reliable legal services to clients and supervising attorneys. Associates are routinely required to: Provide thorough factual and legal research and analysis; Draft necessary agreements and documents with efficiency and clarity; Manage projects from commencement to closing; Competently and professionally communicate with clients and supervising attorneys; and Complete tasks efficiently. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required: Leasing experience; Experience representing financial institutions, mortgage lenders, or borrothe firm's in secured transactions; Ability to prepare and negotiate transactional documents generally including: Purchase and Sale Agreements, Loan Documents, Leases, and related agreements; Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing; Ability to work effectively under pressure and to meet deadlines; Strong organization and matter management skills; Ability to work professionally and effectively with Clients, Partners, Associate and Support Staff; Ability to work effectively with others as part of a team; Clear and effective drafting skills; Exceptional project management skills; Ability to effectively manage junior associates and others; Requirements Juris Doctor. Qualified candidates must be and remain licensed to practice law and in good standing in Texas.