Summary: The Associate attorney will be responsible to develop relationships with clients as they establish legal needs, provide counsel, help them understand their legal options, and represent them in court and negotiations. The Associate Attorney must possess exceptional negotiation, research, and communication skills. This position will also conduct research, prepare legal documents, and perform other duties to ensure that clients receive the best service. Supervisory Responsibility: None
Assisting individuals and businesses to prevent, navigate, and resolve complex legal issues.
Assisting and advising individuals and businesses on establishing their company's structure, policies, objectives, and procedures for their business operations.
Ensuring all relevant laws and outcomes are understood and obeyed by businesses.
Researching and resolving legal disputes through the analysis of relevant laws, argument development, evidence collection, and legal representation.
Drafting, reviewing, completing, and filing legal paperwork
Examining and reporting any potential or existing legal issues to the relevant authorities.
Negotiating contract terms, transactions, and settlements on behalf of the individuals and businesses involved.
Ensuring all business processes, strategies, and actions comply with all relevant local, state, federal, and international laws.
Managing multiple clients, cases, and legal activities that carry varying deadlines.
Commitment to abiding by local, state, and federal laws and behaving ethically.
Ability to work independently or with a team of attorneys to develop case strategies.
Strong critical thinking, interpersonal, public speaking skills.
Ability to negotiate, research, and communicate verbally and in writing effectively.
Adaptability and attention to detail.
Education and Experience:
Bachelor's degree in a related field.
Juris Doctor degree from an American Bar Association accredited law school.