Snell & Wilmer’s Los Angeles Office seeks a staff attorney with at least seven years’ experience in commercial real estate transactions, with a strong emphasis in drafting and negotiating retail leases on the tenant side. Experience should include reviewing due diligence materials, including CC&Rs, environmental, title and survey, and managing the transaction through closing. Staff attorneys will be required to work exclusively for the firm. Compensation will be set based upon level of experience and agreed upon commitment with the opportunity for periodic bonuses. In addition to base compensation, the attorney will be eligible for medical benefits, depending on schedule. Work arrangements would be determined mutually, with reduced hour options. Strong academic credentials and excellent writing skills required. Salary range is $24,000 to $150,000 and is based on scheduled hours, experience, and other factors.
Founded in 1938, Snell & Wilmer is a full-service business law firm with more than 450 lawyers practicing in 15 locations throughout the United States and in Mexico. The firm represents clients ranging from large, publicly traded corporations to small businesses, individuals and entrepreneurs. Snell & Wilmer and its lawyers have been recognized by clients and peers for exceptional legal skills and ethical business practices with various distinguished awards. Snell & Wilmer is renowned for having extensive experience in a full range of transactional and litigation legal services. The firm’s range of practices include, among others: bankruptcy, bioscience, business litigation, construction, corporate, employee benefits, energy/environmental, healthcare, intellectual property, international, labor/employment, product liability, real estate/zoning, tax, and trusts/estates.
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