Description:

Are you an experienced Real Estate Attorney with a proven track record and extensive real estate transaction and litigation experience? Our busy firm is growing, and we need a skilled professional to provide counsel, attend closings and litigations, draft and review legal documents, and represent our clients effectively. If you have 3 years of real estate litigation, a current license, and excellent negotiation and communication skills, apply today.

Responsibilities:
  • Represent clients in court or before government agencies
  • Prepare and draft legal documents on behalf of clients
  • Advise clients on business and legal transactions
  • Negotiate settlements for legal disputes
  • Comply with all legal standards and regulations
  • Perform administrative and management functions related to the practice of law
  • Handle residential and commercial landlord-tenant-related disputes with the potential to handle corresponding litigation disputes
  • Consider all legal aspects of clients' circumstances and desired outcome to provide sound legal advice to them
  • Draft and review contracts, probate and trust documents, leases, financing statements, purchase and property management agreements, as well as title abstracts, summaries, and commitments, as required
  • Oversee support staff such as paralegals and clerks
  • Complete thorough due diligence and inspect legal documents, title examination, and closing binder for legal risk, completion, and accuracy
  • Appear on behalf of your clients at real estate closings, in real estate disputes, and real estate litigation

Qualifications:
  • J.D. (Juris Doctorate) degree required from an accredited law school is required
  • Working knowledge of title insurance, land use, business law, property management, and residential and commercial real estate law, including litigation
  • Computer proficiency is needed
  • Outstanding research, negotiation, networking, and communication skills are necessary
  • Be a member of your local bar association and hold a current law license in the state