How to Write a Corporate Attorney Job Description
Here are a few corporate attorney job description templates:
- Developing and maintaining current client relationships and developing their own original work over the short, or long-term, horizon.
- Representing clients in complex transactional matters including structuring, drafting and negotiating commercial and corporate documents. revising agreements, proposing strategic language and negotiating with opposing counsel.
- Representing and counseling clients in connection with mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and reorganizations and related due diligence and document preparation, business succession planning and corporate governance.
- Significant expertise in advising clients on diverse business law.
- 6+ years of experience in corporate, business and transactional law. The preferred candidate has mid-to large law firm experience with immediately transferable skills.
- JD degree required and admission to the New Jersey & Pennsylvania Bar required. New York Bar is a bonus.
- Strong time management, prioritization and organizational skills.
- Ability to communicate clearly and effectively in oral and written form with strong attention to detail. Strong drafting skills required.
- Ability to work independently and efficiently.
- Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work professionally with clients, staff and attorneys, and to maintain effective working relationships.
A regional law firm is seeking a corporate attorney to join their group in Rochester, NY. Candidateshould have 1-3 years of corporate experience. This is a great opportunity to work on a broad range of transactions in different industries. The firm prides itself in a very collegial and collaborative work environment.
- Some experience in corporate and other transactional matters.
- Background or demonstrated interest in corporate tax or finance is a plus.
- Excellent analytical and writing skills.
- Member of the NY bar, or willing to sit for it shortly after being hired.