Attorney Job Description
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Attorney Job Description
An attorney, who is a specialist in legal studies, is a person who acts as an advocate for individuals in legal disputes.
An attorney may represent a client in court or in out-of-court negotiations.
An attorney may be referred to as an advocate, which is a legal term that describes someone who represents another person or party in a legal dispute.
Attorneys in the United States, for example, are regulated by the state bar association.
Both state and federal laws govern the practice of law, which vary from state to state.
Attorneys receive training from law school, which can last three years for a Juris Doctor degree and three years for a Master of Laws degree.
We’re looking for an Attorney who is passionate about justice and helping those in need. Someone who is not afraid to stand up for what is right and fight for the underdog. Someone who is intelligent and knows the law inside and out. Someone who is creative and can think outside the box to come up with solutions to complex problems. If this sounds like you, then we want you on our team!
- Provide legal advice and counsel to company executives on corporate matters
- Represent the company in matters before federal and state courts, administrative agencies, and other tribunals
- Research and draft legal documents
- Appoint outside legal counsel as necessary
- Develop and maintain relationships with key industry contacts
- Advise management on regulatory issues, compliance, and litigation
- Appraise and manage a variety of legal cases, including litigation, appeals, and mediation, recommend and implement strategies to obtain client goals
- Develop, review, and revise litigation and claims strategy as well as settlements, or prepare deposition summaries, pleadings, motions, and other legal documents
- Perform legal research, drafting, and negotiating
- Establish and maintain relationships with clients, attorneys, judges, and other relevant parties
- Supervise other attorneys and legal staff
- Perform other duties as required
Requirements And Skills:
- Strong legal research and writing skills
- Knowledge of real estate and zoning laws, as well as construction and real estate contracts
- Knowledge of corporate real estate matters, including negotiating leases, managing property portfolios, and resolving disputes
- Ability to effectively communicate legal information both verbally and in writing
At [Company Name], we believe that diversity and inclusion are key to success. We are committed to building a team that reflects our values of equality and respect for all. We encourage applications from people of all races, religions, national origins, genders and ages, as well as veterans and individuals with disabilities.