The Corporate Attorney is responsible for handling all the legal issues and projects of our firm. He/She is responsible for the legitimacy of business transactions and advises the senior administration on a variety of legal issues. The Corporate Attorney advises clients of their rights, responsibilities, and duties under the law.
- Ensures that their clients’ business transactions are in compliance with the law
- Executes necessary and precautions measures in order to protect company from any legal risks
- Represents the company in legal proceedings (administrative boards, court trials etc.)
- Prepares and audits legal reports and other supporting legal documentation.
- Helps clients create the framework for how a firm is directed and controlled,
- Advises corporate directors and officers on their rights and responsibilities and other policies used to manage the company
- Executes necessary precautions and measures with a specific end goal to shield the organization from any legal risks.
- Ensure the legality of commercial transactions, advising corporations on their legal rights and duties, including the duties and responsibilities of corporate officers
- Manages different types of contracts, legal reports and supporting documentation
- Bachelor’s degree in Law, Political science and other related courses
- Proven 3+ years of experience as a Corporate Attorney, Corporate Lawyer, Legal Counsel or similar position.
- Must obtained a Lawyer’s Board certification
- Legal research skills
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills
- In-depth knowledge about laws and regulations
Skills needed for this role
The Corporate Attorney must have a varied skill set, including business and financial acumen. It is crucial for corporate lawyers to understand the business effect of any legal decisions they make.He/She must be proficient in legal research to ensure that their clients are in compliance with the most recent rules and regulations. He/She must also be excellent writers to communicate with clients and, if a client becomes embroiled in litigation, the court. Finally, corporate lawyers must be skilled negotiators because they need to bargain on behalf of their clients.
More than 4 Years Experienced Employee