In an effort to expand its footprint in the Providence market, A Real Estate Attorney is looking for an experienced, Corporate Associate Attorney with immediate availability. Candidate(s) should have a strong acumen for leadership and a desire to be an integral part of a growing office. The candidate must have excellent communication and administrative skills, be highly organized and detail-oriented, be able to multitask without sacrificing efficiency, be responsible, and be able to represent the firm, and its clients in ways that enhance its reputation.

Qualified candidates must have a passion for success. Strong record of academic achievement, proven research and writing skills and a talent for handling matters professionally are minimum requirements. Attorneys must be licensed to practice in South Carolina and be a member of the bar in good standing.

Role & Responsibilities:
  • 6+ years of continuous, specific, and verifiable corporate experience
  • Ability to review, draft, and negotiate commercial contracts, including equity and asset purchase agreements, shareholder, partnership and operating agreements, loan agreements, license agreements, financing agreements, service agreements, non-disclosure agreements and restrictive covenant agreements.
  • Research legal issues relating to a wide variety of business transactional issues and provide analysis within the client's budget and time constraints
  • Assist in due diligence for mergers, acquisitions, and dispositions
  • Manage high client volume and workload responsibility
  • Provide advice to clients regarding contract terms and legal implications of business operations and transactions
  • Assisting in the development of strategies to manage risk exposure and prevent legal problems from occurring

  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Knowledge of the laws and rules, as well as state and federal court procedures, forms, deadlines, filing requirements and portals
  • Ability to organize factual and legal data into clear and logical arguments
  • Ability to handle sensitive matters on a confidential basis
  • A high degree of initiative, mature judgment, and discretion
  • Organization and time management skills